Mr. Mitchell Brent Boyles
November 20, 1990 - August 11, 2020
Lori and Mike Montel
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Todd M. Boyles
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Mitchell Brent Boyles 29, of Springfield, MO. passed away Tuesday, August 11, 2020. He was born in Sacramento, CA. on November 20, 1990, to Todd and Georgia Boyles. Mitchell was a United States Army Combat Veteran of the Afghanistan War in 2012. He was a Hillcrest High School graduate of 2009, where he was a…

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Scott L. Calvin left a message on August 25, 2020:
My heart breaks for your loss. I pray God’s face will SMILE on you and your family to bring comfort and peace.
Lori and Mike Montel left a message on August 16, 2020:
We are very sorry for your loss. A simple thank you for your service isn’t enough at this time. We send our love and prayers to all the family and friends that are left behind. 💜🙏🏻💜
Aunt Laurie left a message on August 16, 2020:
In memory of Mr. Mitchell Brent Boyles, Aunt Laurie lit a candle
Todd M. Boyles left a message on August 16, 2020:
In memory of Mr. Mitchell Brent Boyles, Todd M. Boyles lit a candle
Jessica Livingston left a message on August 16, 2020:
In memory of Mr. Mitchell Brent Boyles, Jessica Livingston lit a candle
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Chelsea Ghiorso left a message on August 15, 2020:
Love you cousin. May you Rest In Peace.
Lorenna Colantonio left a message on August 15, 2020:
Mitchell I love and miss you. Having you and grandpa as my Guardian Angels I know I will be safe and protected. I know you will be missed and you have always been loved.
Gramma Esther Boyles left a message on August 15, 2020:
Mitchell I am glad we had time to spend together. You made gramma breakfast eggs and bacon, you drove me to get my haircut and waited for me, we went to Mount Scott and out on the lake and I watched you on the tube. I remember you smiling at me and you were happy. I know that you are in Beulah Land and I know that I will see you again. I love you. Gramma.
Aunt Laurie Humphrey left a message on August 15, 2020:
Mitch, I am thankful for the wonderful memory of spending time as a family in the boat and hearing you laugh and watching you hang on to that inner tube. Thank you for trusting me with parts of your story. I know that you are healed and with JESUS in heaven. I know that you are with Grandpa and I know that I will see you again someday. Until then, I love you Aunt Laurie.
Bryan Perry left a message on August 15, 2020:
Mitch will be missed. He was very instrumental in helping me the day of my accident in 2015 at work if it hadn’t of been for him I may have been paralyzed from a 30’ fall at work. With his first aid training from military he knew what to do. I will never forget him for that. Rest now my friend
Sam Malone left a message on August 15, 2020:
Mitch was good man and a good friend. Whenever he was around there was always lots of laughter and joy. He always spoke very highly of his family and he loved his two boys more than anything. This world can be cruel and unfair at times and it needs people like Mitch in it to brighten it up. Its so hard to sum a person's life up in words but I can say this, he was loyal to those he loved and would give the shirt off his back to you. You left this world too soon and we will miss you buddy.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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