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Carol Ann Boyack
  • Passed away on October 31, 2022

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Carol Ann Boyack, 81, passed away unexpectedly on Monday, October 31, 2022.

Carol was born on January 17, 1941 in Jersey City, New Jersey to William and Olga Griffin. She was a graduate of Albany High School (NY) and attended college at SUNY New Paltz before marrying the love of her life, Robert Boyack, on May 12, 1962. Carol and Bob had two children, Michael and Sharon and called many places home while raising their family, among them Rochester, NY and Minneapolis, MN. Carol and Bob enjoyed a long retirement in Boynton Beach, Florida; New Bern, North Carolina; and Lady Lake, Florida where Carol continued to reside until her passing.

Carol loved her family and friends and had nothing but kind words for everyone. She was a lifelong boater and belonged to many boating organizations with Bob including the Harris Chain branch of the US Power Squadron where she remained deeply involved after Bob’s passing in 2020. Carol loved living in Florida, spending time with friends, and rooting for the Buffalo Bills! She had a deep impact on those around her with her quiet grace and gentle nature.

Carol is survived by her children Michael (Melissa) Boyack of Rochester, New York and Sharon (Craig) Myers of Cuba, New York; two grandchildren: Casey and Patrick Boyack, and many friends who will miss her kindness, grace, quiet strength and infectious smile.

A memorial service will take place on Thursday, November 10, 2022 at 11am at Baldwin Brothers, 3990 East State Road 44, Wildwood, FL 34785. Contributions in her memory can be made to the American Cancer Society.



Visitation

Times:
November 10, 2022
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM



Location:
Baldwin Brothers Brownwood
3990 E SR 44, Wildwood, FL 34785
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  1. Mara Boyack Schneider says:
    10 Nov 2022
    Carol was a beautiful person and will be greatly missed. She was always so positive and had a smile for everyone. I have wonderful memories of her that I will cherish. We’re lifting up prayers of peace and comfort for you. We’re sorry we won’t be there but you are in our thoughts. Big hugs!
    Sending much love,
    Mara and Jeff Schneider

  2. Mara Boyack Schneider says:
    10 Nov 2022
    Michael, Sharon and family, we are lifting up prayers of peace and comfort for you all. Your Mom was a great lady. She was always so positive and had a smile for everyone. I have wonderful memories of your Mom. She will is missed greatly.
    Much love,
    Mara and Jeff Schneider

  3. Leslie Lambert says:
    08 Nov 2022
    I am very sad for your sudden loss, dear family. Mother to Mike, Mother-in-law to Melissa, Grandmother to Casey and Patrick… all Mothers whose influence and love live on in us forever. May she rest in peace, and blessings on her family.

  4. Joe Lisuzzo says:
    05 Nov 2022
    Mike and I met in big school and I was at Mike’s house frequently. Mrs B and Mr B we’re always great to anyone that came over. Very offering and always fun and ready to talk. Great people and great parents to Mike and Sharon.

    You can shed tears because they are gone, or you can smile because they lived. You can close your eyes and pray they will come back, or you can open your eyes and see all that they left for you. Your heart can be empty because you can't see them, or you can be full of the love you shared. You can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday, or you can be happy for tomorrow because of yesterday. You can remember only that they are gone, or you can cherish their memory and let it live on. You can cry and close
    your mind and feel empty,
    or you can do what they would want. Smile, Open your heart, Love..
    and go on.
    Elizabeth Ammons
    lessonslearnedinlife.com

  5. Carol and Greg Brown says:
    03 Nov 2022
    Carol was one of the sweetest and kindest women I have ever known. She and I shared a beautiful granddaughter, Casey. My memories of Carol will always include her beautiful smile. She was a true lady and the loveliest person anyone could ever know. She will be deeply missed by all of us who knew her.

  6. Barbara Doloris Mikat posted an image:
    03 Nov 2022
    Taken at one of our many Power Squadron functions in 2014   Bob and Carol were cherished friends.
    Taken at one of our many Power Squadron functions in 2014 Bob and Carol were cherished friends.

  7. Nancy Padden says:
    03 Nov 2022
    Such a beautifully written memory of Carol. I will always treasure the friendship Tom and I had with Bob and Carol in Lady Lake. As sad as it is today, the memories will bring a smile to my face. RIP dear Carol.

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