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Neil Boyle

Neil Michael Boyle

Thursday, March 28th, 1940 - Sunday, March 29th, 2020
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BOYLE, Neil Michael, on March 29, 2020, of Voorhees NJ, formerly of Stone Harbor, NJ. Age 80. Beloved husband of the late Gloria Boyle (nee Beslanovitz). Loving father of Jeanne Boyle, Karen Hornberger (the late Edwin), Lori Phelan (James) and the late Michel Armstrong (Richard). Dear grandfather of Neil Ahern, Robert Hornberger, Megan Hornberger, Carly Phelan, Kaitlin Armstrong and Cole Armstrong. Born March 28, 1940, to John and Ellen (nee Cassidy) Boyle, he was raised in the Yorkville area of New York City, and graduated from Cardinal Hayes High School and Baruch College of the City University of New York. For nearly forty years, Neil worked for Merrill Lynch as a municipal bond trader. He enjoyed an early retirement from Merrill Lynch in 1995 as Vice President and Regional Manager for the mid-Atlantic area. He was a member of the Municipal Bond Club of Philadelphia and the Bond Club of Philadelphia. Neil enjoyed walking, biking, and visiting Stone Harbor’s beaches and restaurants and the Atlantic City casinos. He loved having his children and grandchildren visit in Stone Harbor. Neil was a member of St. Brendan the Navigator Parish (formerly St. Paul's Parish) in Stone Harbor. He was interested in the financial markets and in technology, never without his iPhone and iPad in hand, and enjoyed watching Jeopardy and Jim Cramer’s Mad Money nightly. A memorial service will be held at a later date to celebrate Neil's life.
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Sherry Pente Cornely

Posted at 05:28pm
Jeanne, Karen, Lori - I’m very sorry for your loss. Your dad was a special person who was always so kind to me and to our entire family for many years. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
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Kathleen A Giampetro

Posted at 08:12pm
Heart felt condolences to Jeanne, Karen, and Lori on the passing of your dear father I’m sure he is resting in the arms of the Lord he served during his life. Know that you are in my prayers during these difficult days ahead awund if you want to talk to me please don’t hesitate to get in touch with me. I’m here for you. Love you ❤️❤️❤️Miss G
KB

Karen Weimer Benn

Posted at 10:08pm
I am so sorry to hear about your dad. Sending love and healing prayers your way.

~ Karen Weimer Benn
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LaGeria Gulledge

Posted at 08:39am
I’m sending my prayers to Neil’s family and friends. He was a great man and I was blessed to be his friend. I learned a lot from him. My heart is broken from this all. I just seen and spoke to him. May he rest to we meet again.
SJ

Steff Jones

Posted at 09:04pm
My heartfelt condolences. Love and peace to all of you at this time.
Steff
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