Walter Boland Obituary, Cause Of Death – With his daughter by his side, Walter Douglas Boland passed away in a calm and dignified manner and entered glory. After spending his formative years on Pinchards Island, he moved to Gander and then settled down in Paradise. His wife Florence Boland, his parents Jesse and Jane Boland, and his siblings Evelyn, Bernice, Steward, and Samuel, as well as his niece Judy Hazel, all passed away before him.
Those left behind to celebrate his life and mourn his passing are his daughter Olga (and her husband Alain), his sons Don (and their wives Patty and Susan), his grandchildren Matthew (and his wife Cait), Lucas (and his wife Joanna), Jesse (and his wife Olivia), Alex (and his wife Madison), Leah, Amy, Anna, and Sarah, and his two great grandchildren:
Smith and Mahoney, in addition to an extraordinary new addition on the way There are many people who will miss Walter very much, including his very close friend and partner Marjorie Aitken, his nephews Bill Blackmore and Larry Blackmore (Gail), as well as other members of Walter’s extended family and friends, including Dave Youden, Dania Decker, and Dave Hobbs. Jim McClean, a longtime friend of yours who currently resides in New Brunswick.
For their compassion, care, and support, I would like to extend a heartfelt thank you to the personnel working on the seventh floor of St. Clare’s Mercy Hospital as well as the Palliative Care team at the Miller Center. Because Walter had such a strong devotion to the Lord, he never missed a service on Sundays, which was also his favorite day of the week. Both preaching the word and going out on the water were really fulfilling activities for him.
Fishing and tinkering with broken things were two of his favorite hobbies. It is well known in the area that he made his neighbors smile by whistling a cheerful melody as he was working in his garden. There will be no visitation at this time per Walter’s wish. On March 3, 2023, at 12:30 p.m., there will be a memorial ceremony held at the Conception Bay South Corps of the Salvation Army to celebrate the life of Walter. The family invites you to attend.
The service will be live broadcast, and anyone who are interested in watching it can do so by going to the Facebook page of The Salvation Army CBS Corps or to the channel for the Salvation Army Conception Bay South Corps on YouTube.