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Sarah Elinore Boyle
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Obituary for Sarah Elinore Boyle

BEVERLY- Sarah Elinore (Nicoll) Boyle, age 26 died Sunday September 24, 2017. Wife of Brian Boyle. Born in Beverly to Mark and Jackie (Femino) Nicoll. She was a graduate of Hamilton High School class of 2009 and Salem State University for social work. Sarah was a kind and gentle soul. She had a passion for nature which Sarah expressed by snowboarding, kayaking, and taking nature walks. Sarah's love for her family was unsurpassed. Sarah was a comfort in times of strife and a joy in times of celebration. Everyone who came to know Sarah was blessed with a relationship that they will never forget. Surviving Sarah in addition to her husband and parents is a brother, Brian Nicoll of Hamilton, Father and mother in law Jim and Annmarie Boyle of Topsfield, aunts and uncles, Mickey Femino, Marion Young, Helen Duncan, Margee Lawrence, Joanne Huggett, Louise Femino, Suzanne Femino, her niece and nephew, Brian's six sisters and two brothers their spouses and fiance and many cousins and friends. Sarah was predeceased by an Aunt Patricia Cobb. A Funeral service will be held at the First Church in Wenham, 1 Arbor St., Wenham, on Friday, September 29, 2017 at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Arrangements by the Campbell Funeral Home, 525 Cabot Street,Beverly. In lieu of flowers donations may be in Sarah’s memory to the Seven Hills Foundation 81 Hope Ave, Worcester, MA 01603 or www.sevenhills.org Information, directions, condolences at www.campbellfuneral.com .


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Friday

29

Sep

1:00 PM
First Church Wenham

1 Arbor Street
Wenham, MA 1984

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