ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Fred M. Boncy.  We will remember him forever. May he be in peace now.  Gone too soon!


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Fred's Celebration of Life was held  on April 22, 2019  at Santa Barbara Catholic church, Austin TX, 78724.  Thank you to everyone who attended the event. 







Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on August 11, 2020
I miss you so much that my heart is broken in many pieces. Not sure how to spend the rest of my life without you.
Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on July 28, 2020
I do not know how I should continue on living without you. I miss you terribly, I cannot stop crying and it is hard for me to move on.
Posted by Claudine Calixte on April 11, 2020
Greetings Shirley,
I pray that all is well for you and your family. I am well aware how difficult it is to keep moving on after the loss of a love one. Keep in mind that only Jehovah can give us that strength.
Your best friend from elementary school
Claudine
Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on April 10, 2020
"When life seems a blur,
And I can't quite believe
That I'm living without you
And you were taken from me,

I sit back and think
Of the memories we shared,
All the laughs that you gave me
And the times that you cared.

'Til death do us part.
That's true in our case.
I miss you so much,
Your voice and your face.

Time is a healer.
I can't say that it's true,
But life does go on,
Which means without you.

When it all gets too much
And I wish you were here,
I feel thankful that I met you
And I hold you close, my dear.

'Til death do us part.
That's true in our case.
I miss you so much,
Your voice and your face."

I miss you my love, I cannot wait to see you again.

Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on April 5, 2020
I miss you terribly and I cannot believe it is almost a year since you are gone to the other side.  I will love you always. My Fredodo.
Posted by Ashloyd Rodriguez on August 18, 2019
Still thinking about you everyday. Miss you!
Posted by Wilda Harper on April 22, 2019
I'm going to miss you my neighbor of 11 years. Thanks for all the pears you let me pick from your tree. Always a caring soul. #RIH
Posted by ERIKA WILKINS on April 19, 2019
Thank you Fred for being a light at work. RIH.
Posted by Indira Martino on April 12, 2019
Rest In Peace, for one day there will be no more pain, no more tears, no more sorrows. Until then, let there be peace in our heart, peace in our home, and peace on earth. Hold on, and be strong, for the kingdom of God is near.
May you find strength and comfort through Christ Boncy family, and God bless!
Posted by Claudine Calixte on April 12, 2019
Rest in peace
Posted by Ashloyd Rodriguez on April 11, 2019
Fred, thank you for being an amazing father figure to me these past 12 years. I know you’re in a better place and that you’re watching over us.
Rest easy
Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on April 11, 2019
Honey, you will not suffer anymore.

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Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on August 11, 2020
I miss you so much that my heart is broken in many pieces. Not sure how to spend the rest of my life without you.
Posted by Sherley Gateau boncy on July 28, 2020
I do not know how I should continue on living without you. I miss you terribly, I cannot stop crying and it is hard for me to move on.
Posted by Claudine Calixte on April 11, 2020
Greetings Shirley,
I pray that all is well for you and your family. I am well aware how difficult it is to keep moving on after the loss of a love one. Keep in mind that only Jehovah can give us that strength.
Your best friend from elementary school
Claudine
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Humble and always thinking of others

Fred always has an advice for each person in his surroundings, friends, coworkers, relatives, and other loved ones. During his last moment, he was concerned about his family.  I believe that you will watch upon each of us and be our angel in heaven.  Keep thinking of us and stay humble in the heaven garden.

Always in our hearts

Fred Michel Boncy passed away at 4:30pm on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 after battling a disease like a fierce fighter, in Austin, Texas. Fredo headed to heaven and he has been saved from his sufferings. He worked as a Signal Maintainer Engineer for Union Pacific Railroad  and devoted 26 years of his life to the railroad industry. He was a humble, caring,  and a good adviser.

Psalm 23, verse 4

“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for you are with me. Your rod and your staff, they comfort me.”

Psalm 51, verse 7 – 8

“Cleanse me with hyssop, and I will be clean; wash me, and I will be whiter than snow. Let me hear joy and gladness; let the bones you have crushed rejoiced.”

Corinthians 15, verse 53- 57

“The sting of death is a sin, and the power of a sin is the law.But thanks be to God! He gives us the victory through our Lord, Jesus-Christ.”

Fred is survived by his wife Sherley; his daughter Rachel; his sons: Ralph, Fred Jr., Ricardo, Ashloyd, and Raphael; his sister: Sandra; his brothers: Ralph Pascal, Ernest (Guito), and Patrick; his so many nieces and nephews; and his two dogs: Bean and Lucky.

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Love Never Dies

Shared by Sherley Gateau boncy on December 6, 2020
Together we were light that shines on everyone.

Together we had fun loving each other.

Together we lived in harmony with ourselves and with the universe.


Missing you!!!!!

My born comedian

Shared by Sherley Gateau boncy on April 30, 2019

Cracking jokes and making fun of me was your passion. I miss you every second my love.