Donald Michael Boles

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Donald “ Don” Michael Boles, 60,  passed away Saturday, October 7, 2017 at  Carolina Beach, NC.

Graveside Service, with Military Honors, will be held at 2:00 PM, Thursday, October 12, 2017 at Pleasant Hill United Methodist Church Cemetery, with the Reverend Brian Murphy officiating.

Don served his country in the United States Air Force.  He worked for NTA, Inc, for over 20 years as an inspector, traveling all over the world. He was dedicated and hardworking in all that he did.  Don loved his family and spending time with them was very important.  His grandchildren were the light of his world.  Being outdoors gave him pleasure, whether it was hunting, fishing, camping or four-wheeling with neighbors. Don never met a stranger and was ready with a smile for everyone. He was a son of the late Jerry and Hilda Garner Boles and was preceded in death by brother,Tony Boles.

Don is survived by his wife of 38 years, Sharon; sons: Justin Boles and Misty Smith, Tristan Boles; daughter: Whittney Crumb and husband Zachary; grandchildren: Zoe, Madison; sisters: Denise Boles, Jana Dee Boles; brothers: Harry Boles, Phillip Boles and many friends.

The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 PM on Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at Kennedy Funeral Home, Robbins, NC.

Kennedy Funeral Home is assisting the Boles family.

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  1. I am sorry to hear that you lost your dear one. Our father in heaven says, ‘Do not be afraid, for I am with you. Do not gaze about, for I am your God. I will fortify you. I will really help you. I will really keep fast hold of you with my right hand of ri

  2. May you find comfort in knowing that your dear one is safe in the memory of God, who will remember every detail about him and bring him back again. (malachi 3:16) Your loved one will never have to face the last enemy, death, ever again. In the meantime, m

  3. I am very sorry for your loss of Don. Our thoughts and prayers are with you Elizabeth, Phillip, Heather, and all the family during this very difficult time. May God give you a peace and comfort to face the tough times ahead.

  4. Thoughts, love and prayers to all of Don’s family and friends. In working with Don for the past several years he was an invaluable member of our team his passing brings immeasurable sadness. There is comfort in knowing he will now be shedding his light on

  5. I am so sorry for your loss, Don was a co-worker and one of my closest friends since i relocated out here. I will miss talking to him as well as working with him. There will always be a hole in the world now that he is gone.

    Anyone that met him, e

  6. Don will be in our hearts and memories, for anyone who had the opportunity to meet him and also work with him We felt our hearts crush when we heard about the sudden and untimely passing away of him.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and y

  7. Dear Don Boles Family,

    It was a pleasure to have worked with Don.

    He was a very approachable person, always available to help and teach others.

    I am very deeply sorry for your lost.

    He will be really missed as a co- worked


  9. I am so sorry for your loss. Don was not only a co-worker but a friend. I enjoyed our conversations so very much. He loved to tell about his family, especially grandkids, which he was so proud of. He will be greatly missed by many. My prayers are with all

  10. So sorry to hear about one of my classmates passing. Donald, as we called him in high school, was a good classmate. Yes, he was always friendly and enjoyed life. May God’s comfort and peace be with you all in the days ahead without him. May you cherish hi

  11. TRADITION AND SPLENDOR was sent by Guerdon Modular Building.

    Our thoughts and prayer’s go out to Don’s family. The entire Guerdon team will miss him very much!

  12. Sharon and family, we are so sorry for your loss. Don’s friendly smile was always sincere and made you feel like you were his best friend. We will always remember the days when Justin and Joel played baseball together, both your support for the team, and

  13. So sorry for your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

    Don was a great guy, always smiling, eager to help and a true pleasure to work with.

    He will be deeply missed.

    Dale Nichols

    SEL (US)

  14. A GARDEN PATH was sent by Dan and Lynda Crall.

    Our deepest sympathy and love, for Don gave his last to ensure that his son in law and granddaughter could continue on. Our love and prayers Dan and Lynda.

  15. John 15:13

    ‘Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends’

    Don was a fine friend and co-worker.

  16. To Don’s family, I was so sad to hear about Don. I have known him since he went to work for NTA. Don was just at our plant last week and we talked and laughed as we did ever time he came. Don was a very nice and kind person. He loved his family very much

  17. I am so sorry for you loss. Don was the best third-party inspector that I ever worked with – he will be sorely missed by everyone who has ever worked with him. I know that I am speaking for my entire team when I say that our thoughts and prayers are with

  18. I am so sorry about the loss of aur family member Don I regret so much not keeping up with him because he turned out to be a person you were privileged to .call a cousin and friend that I missed

    out on God be with you in this time of sadness and gi

  19. With Heart-Felt Sympathy and Prayers for all the Boles Family. Don was one of my classmates from 1975. He was always so kind to everyone. He would always make you smile, a fun person to be around. May God hold each of you especially close through this dif

  20. It was a shame to know about the loss of Don, we worked together many times in Sn Luis Potosí, Mexico, Don was always a gentleman at work and a man with a smile on his face for everyone. please receive my condolences which I send with all my heart

  21. There are so many good things to say about Don. He always had a smile on his face, he was so helpful, and was a very hard worker. Don would always come to Nashville and tell us about his trips to Mexico and all the new food that he was trying. He was the

  22. I didn’t know Don but he must have been an amazing man. I immediately thought of the Bible verses (Genesis other places) ‘Greater love hath no man than he lay down his live for a friend…’: In this case people he didn’t even know. May your memories and y

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