George William Boyle, Jr. passed away March 19, 2021 at the age of 61. George was born August 16, 1959 to George Sr. and Carol Alfonsin Boyle in Kittery, Maine. As a Navy brat, George lived in many places as a child. He attended high school at East Central and chose to plant his roots in South Mississippi.
When his children were small, he’d take his family on camping trips on Black Creek. Some of their favorite memories are of those times. He also enjoyed grilling out with family and friends. You’ve never had a steak until you’ve had one of George’s steaks.
After marrying his beautiful wife, Janice, George enjoyed taking her camping at Flint Creek and fishing with her at her family’s ponds. They also enjoyed waking up early and driving to the coast to fish.
Since his retirement from the construction industry in November of last year, George has spent most of his time helping others. He had the heart of a servant. One of his favorite things to do was cook dinner for his wife. When he’d talk to his children during the day, he’d excitedly tell them what was on the menu that evening. He was a devoted husband, father, Grandpa, brother and friend. He will be missed by many.
He is preceded in death by his parents, George Boyle, Sr. and Carol Alfonsin Boyle; Granddaughter, Lila Jane Boyle.
Those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Janice Smith Boyle; Son, George “Billy” Boyle, III; Daughters, Kristin (Shane) Stork, Darla (Doug) Mansfield, Jayce (Eddie) Walker and Tara Nicholson; Grandchildren, Austin and Lillian Boyle, Seth and Landon Stork, Aiden and Annaleigh Mansfield, John Luke and James Walker, Serenity, Kloey and Joey Jarvis; Great grandchildren, Allyanna and Eden Jarvis; siblings, Kelly Ann Boyle and Scott (Ann) Boyle; numerous other relatives and friends.
The Visitation for George Boyle, Jr will be Wednesday, March 24, 2021 from 10:30 AM until 12:00 PM at Moments Funeral Home. The Funeral Service will follow in the funeral home chapel beginning at 12:00 PM. Burial will follow in Smith Family Cemetery.
Moments Funeral Home, locally owned and operated in Lucedale and Leakesville, Mississippi is honored to be in charge of arrangements.
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