Loved for her nature, and by all of Nature.
  • 84 years old
  • Born on July 15, 1931 in Little Falls, Minnesota, United States.
  • Passed away on November 22, 2015 in Sequim, Washington, United States.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Llory Boynton 84 years old , born on July 15, 1931 and passed away on November 22, 2015. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Florence Stedman on July 15, 2018
Llory comes to mind occasionally's the sweetest moment! Her political comments were on point then and still resonate. Memories are precious.
Posted by Rosie Von Engel on November 24, 2017
knowing you remain ever as Mind I say good morning,,,Thanksgiving and all my times with you remain a blessing!
Posted by Florence Stedman on July 15, 2017
Oh, Llory....sweet memories! I feel your gentle, loving nudge so often. You come to mind "out of the blue" and are always welcome. Glad we can still hang out.
Posted by Rosie Von Engel on November 26, 2016
one year for time for you at all...All is Mind and in mine you reign still as pure light! joining you now...joining you later! rosie
Posted by Florence Stedman on June 10, 2016
Dear Family/friends,
The Good Samaritan graduating nurse's class of 1953 sends sincere condolences for the passing of Llory. She was a curly headed cutie who was smart, temperate, philosophical and appealingly "different." Her infectious smile could create an attitude of "don't sweat the small stuff"...and there was plenty of that among a bunch of 20 y/o's in "lockdown". Dorm life in the 50's was very restrictive. I'm confident her remarkable, loving spirit will hover around for a loooong time. Llory was a exceptional gift and now can fly throughout the universe.
Posted by Ken Boynton on June 3, 2016
The "official" address for the memorial (it was a p.o. box when we lived there) is 806 Heuslein Road, Port Angeles, WA.
Posted by Bonnie Robb on June 3, 2016
Love all around --- Llory's life is beyond any small tribute I could ever make here. She inspired me to live fully - stay interested and always be ready for fun!!!
Posted by Jill Carel on May 25, 2016
Wonderful memories of a truly incredible woman, mother, friend. She always made me feel so loved and peaceful in her presence. Love to all the family and am so sorry for your loss.
Posted by Rosie Von Engel on May 24, 2016
that face...the instant a thought of her comes there is that smile that is pure joy...laughter expressed in her eyes...there is no way that a spirit as absolutely lovely as she can ever be gone...God still is Love and therefore Lori lives, still...right, Ms. L.?
Posted by Ken Boynton on May 9, 2016
Posted by Tim McDonald on March 24, 2016
After any visit with my aunt Llory Boynton, and it didn’t matter how long or for what reason, you just felt better. Like how you feel when you hear a beautiful song, or read some meaningful poetry. She just brought that inspired trans-formative sense out in all of us. She was my mom away from mom when I screwed up as a kid ( I’m so glad I messed up so I got to live with her, by the way ) and she survived my mom by 20 years so she became my mom away from mom again, till just yesterday. ( I think they had an agreement) But I’ve been thinking about this for a while now, this effect she’s had on all of us. And it struck me how most of us need an instrument or some form of creative medium to try to communicate this same effect, where she just brought it to us firsthand. Like some direct liaison to that beauty we all try to reach in the world. Which is how I know she’s still with us. She is it and always has been.
( She gave this superpower to all her sons as well, my wonderful cousins, Paul, John, Ken, Fred, David.)
Thank you aunt Llory. Will love you always. Tim
Posted by Ken Boynton on March 23, 2016
Memorial for Mom to be held on June 11 at the farmhouse she purchased when we first moved to the NW. The photo to the right shows a shot of the map (the old address was Rt. 2, Box 1952), and it's on Heuslein Road in Agnew. Check back for hours, but it'll likely be 12-? on that Saturday.

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