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In Memory

Tim Boyle

Tim Boyle

Timothy J. Boyle

1942 - 2017

Timothy J. Boyle went to be with his heavenly Father on May 10, 2017, surrounded by his loving family.

Tim was born on Dec. 13, 1942, the son of the late Robert and Kathleen (Fulmer) Boyle. He attended St. Mark's and St. Thomas Grade school and he graduated from Bradford High in 1961. He then graduated from Gateway Technical with an Associate Degree in Marketing.

On April 28, 1962, he married the love of his life, Linda DeAngelis.

Tim worked at the Kenosha News in advertising for 40 years, retiring as senior accounts manager. After retirement, he worked as a Ranger for eleven years at Bristol Oaks. He also ushered at St. Marys Catholic Church. He was also involved in the Rotary Club of Kenosha. He played city league softball and basketball, neither very well. He also played golf, again not well. He thought practice meant what doctors went into (his words). He loved reading, bird watching and singing along to his favorite barbershop music although he could not carry a tune (our words). He was an avid Green Bay Packer fan attending many Packer games all over the U.S.

Tim was known for his sense of humor and loved to make people laugh. He was making everyone laugh including his Hospice nurses who were known as his angels that took care of him until his last days here on earth. He was a devoted husband to his wife Linda and they enjoyed traveling after his retirement. His favorite place to go was Marco Island, Fla. He loved his children and grandchildren with all his heart and loved spending time with them. Tim had so many friends and treasured each one of them. He was so grateful for all who took the time to visit. He really loved that.

Tim will be truly missed by his wife, Linda; his children, Jeanne (Mark) Mercier, Laura (Jeff) Heath, and John (Kim) Boyle; his grandchildren, Nicholas, Jake and Katelyn Mercier, Hailey and Tyler Heath, and Noah, Alex and Seth Boyle; great-grandson, Caleb Mercier; his brother, Dan (Nancy) Boyle; as well as many special nieces, nephews, brothers-in-law, and sisters-in-law.

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05/14/17 09:24 PM #3    

Cherie Krohn (Ketchum)

I'm so sorry to hear of Tim's passing.  I didn't know him well in school, but he and is family lived aroun the block from my and my family.  I became friends w/Linda and our daughters became friends, played together, and went to McKinley School in their early years. It seems unbelievable, each time we lose a classmate, that this can be happening to us - it's too soon!!!  Condolences to Linda, Jeanne, Laura and John.  The worst is over for Tim.

05/15/17 10:00 AM #4    

Gary Ladousa

Sincerest condolences to Linda and family.  There's a dark spot on the earth where a bright light used to shine.  It will never be replaced.  Rest in peace, my friend.  

05/15/17 10:52 AM #5    

John Sturino

Another classmate gone all to soon.  My condolences to his family.

05/15/17 05:53 PM #6    

James Szantor

Tim lived about three blocks from my house, and we walked to and from St. Mark's School together, if memory serves, from 1st or 2d Grade through 8th.  The walks always seemed to pass more quickly when Tim was along, and I'm sure all who knew him valued his company and lament his passing.  I have to add him to the list of people I wish I had kept in touch with but, sadly, didn't.  R.I.P., Tim.


05/15/17 08:07 PM #7    

Mary Irving (Jurgaitis)

Beautiful obituary. Great summary of a good life. May peace surround his family.

05/16/17 07:23 AM #8    

Georgia Gauss (Lindow)

Tim was the most friendly guy, a smile a kind word to everyone, My sympathy to his family.

05/16/17 09:30 AM #9    

Milton Hagopian

Sorry to here of Your lost. May Tim rest in peace.

05/17/17 01:06 PM #10    

James Engelson

Dear Linda & Family, so sorry to hear about Tim.  I had the chance to golf with Tim & Jerry Hubbard at 2 of our class reunions.  I had a great time and enjoyed talking with Tim.  My prayers are with you and your family and we will all see Tim in heaven.  Sincerely, Jim Engelson

05/20/17 11:39 PM #11    

Priscilla (Peppy) Crow (O'Neill)

My deepest condolences to Linda and family on their sad loss.  Tim was a second cousin of mine, but since I didn't see him very often when we were growing up, it was great fun to get to know him a bit better in high school.  He possessed such an easy smile and a wamt personality, which always made me proud to know that we were related, even in a slightly distant way.  I wish your family peace and the glow of happy memories.

05/21/17 08:02 PM #12    

Rita Martino (Ginocchio)

Tim's obituary portrays a wonderful human being I'm sorry I never got to know. Reading the details of his life made me aware that he worked along side my brother in law Frank at the Kenosha News, who also recently passed away. I have no doubt they are now reminiscing on the other side. It's obvious Tim made his mark in the world and will be dearly missed by many persons. My sympathy to his wife Linda and family.

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