Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre

14831 28th Ave, Surrey, BC


Christopher James Boyle

July 20, 1951January 1, 2020

The world has lost a kind, decent man. I have lost my better half. Sincere gratitude to all the family and friends who supported us through this difficult journey. To my sister, Laurie, for showing up exactly when I needed her most. Thank you Chris for finding me and giving me the best 24 years of my life. Yours forever, Ann. A BBQ will be held this summer. GONE FISHING.


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Clint Smith

January 13, 2020

Chris was the greatest man I've ever known. We've shared many adventures over the years. It's a true honor to have him as both my dad and my best buddy

Sharon(Sussi) Coles

January 13, 2020

Ann, I am so sorry to hear,just today that Chris passed away, I will miss Chris so much. I always loved having conversations with him over the past years. Keep those great memories close to your heart.It will help you get through this terrible shock.


Anne Polischuk

January 11, 2020

Chris was my big brother. We have never known anyone to have a kinder or gentler soul than Chris. He always kept in touch & made me feel a part of the family. The world was a better place with Chris in it. He will be missed by everyone who knew him. Chris will live on in our hearts forever. We love & miss you Chris.
Brian & Anne Polischuk

Reg Adams

January 10, 2020

My most heartfelt condolences Ann.
Chris was a very nice guy and always seemed to be laidback. At the large family dinners, we used to get together and talk about anything and everything and he always had that calm reasoning. We thought it was funny to share the same birthday and we liked the same cake. With icing.
I know he’s fishing somewhere Ann but his heart will always be with you.

Michelle Smith

January 9, 2020

Not a day will go by that I will ever forget you. You never left my side and you will never leave my heart. I am so thankful for all the times we had together and grateful for the memories you helped create. I love you daddy & I miss you so much.

Chad Blair

January 9, 2020

Chris was like a second father figure to me growing up. I still laugh at the time he dared me, after Clint warned me,to take a French fry off his plate. He then stabbed me with his fork and taught me a valuable lesson. I must be faster. It has been many years since we spoke my friend and I'm sorry to hear that you suffered and lost your battle. You were a huge impact in my life even though you probably didnt know. You were very loved and dearly missed and we WILL go fishing and have a bbq this summer for you. Clint will share both your knowledge to teach me to fly fish. Rest in peace my brother and I'm glad your suffering is over. Part of me feels broken inside....

Gilles Lamarre

January 9, 2020

So Sorry for your loss Ann.
I only knew Chris for a few years but I always enjoyed talking to him, he was a very nice kind man. He always made me feel welcome every time I saw him. My big regret is I never had a chance to go fishing with him, I know in my heart it would have been an awesome day. What ever you need we are here for you.

Coke Silcox

January 9, 2020

How sad to hear about Chris, he was a lovely man and kind. I worked with him at Deas Dock and often would run into him after we retired. To his family he may be gone in the physical form ,but he lives on in your hearts.
May peace be with you. 🌿
Coke Silcox

Gwen Keller

January 9, 2020

Chris always had a smile on his face and never a bad word or thought came from this man 👨
RIP Chris hope you enjoy the fishing up there 💕

Gary Gerein

January 9, 2020

I am very sorry to hear about Chris, I worked with Chris at BCF-Deas. He was a good guy to work with and I will always remember his great smile and chuckle when we shared some light hearted times. I wish peace and strength to his family during this difficult time. R.I.P. Chris...
Gary Gerein