Obituary of BOYNTON, Stephen R.

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BOYNTON; Stephen R.~ Peacefully on December 28, 2016 at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre at the age of 82. Stephen Boynton was the beloved husband of Anna E. Boynton (nee Manley). Loving father of Murray (Colleen), Tim, and Patty Thompson (Jim). Loved papa of Pam, Darren, Rachel and Ian. Dear brother of the late Dan (survived by Jean). Uncle of Danelle (Frank), Carol, Valerie (Dave) and Scott. Stephen will be remembered by many other relatives and friends.

Service Information

Memorial visitation will be held at the Millbrook Christian Assembly Church, 71 King St. W., Millbrook, on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 from 12 noon until the time of the Memorial Service at 1 pm. Members of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 402 and visiting comrades may gather at 12:30 pm for a 1:00 pm Legion Memorial Service, followed directly by the Funeral Memorial Service. A private family interment will take place in the spring at Gardiner’s Cemetery, Millbrook. In memory of Stephen, donations to the Saint Elizabeth’s Home Health Care would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Benson-Shields Funeral Homes, 35 King St W., Millbrook (705-932-5300). Online condolences may be made at


So sorry for you loss. Steve was an awesome person. We enjoyed talking to him at the Legion. He was also a great bus driver. I know our son Jay will miss him. He liked having him as his driver when he went to Kenner some time ago. Our prayers go out to you and your family Anna.

Jim and Debbie Turrell

Aunt Anna, Murray, Tim and Patti and their families, Saddened to hear of Uncle Steve's passing, he was one of those people who's personality was so big, that it lit up whatever room he walked into. He left us with many memories to treasure. So please accept my and Mallory's condolences on your loss and know that we are thinking of you all. Darlene and Mallory Remus

Darlene Remus

Dear Anna and family.....i so enjoyed the last few months....coming to visit Steve .....he was a character ...! I will miss those times.....i hope i brought a bit of sunshine into his life .....wishing you peace and healing with time.....Love Terry (Hospice volunteer)

terry seeley grove

Bill,Wendy and Heather Johnston