Donald Keith Boylan

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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To Bonnie -
We will all miss Don so much. He was synonymous with Orono High School and Calvin Church. He was a very cordial person, always showing care and concern. I will really miss seeing him in church.

So sorry for your loss. He was a gifted teacher and a man I looked up to...only had him breifly for an algebra class..decided it was more than I could handle but I do remember he commanded respect and in most cases received it.

My condolences to Don's family. I was fortunate enough to have him for math at Orono and he started me on a lifetime love of the subject. Orono class of 1968.

Bonnie-I don't know if you remember me but I remember you and Don. You and Beverly were always so nice to me. My sympathy to you and your family. What a great teacher and man Don must have been. We are still thankful for our St. Charles roots.

To Bonnie and family,My deepest sympathy gos out to you all. Don was a stand up man. Never complained and was always a soft spoken and respectfull man.He will BE MISSED.Bonnie and family my prayers are with you always. Also Bonnie, thanks for your support for Ken an I when you were going through some very difacult times. You always had an positive thing to say. I thank you for that! So keep well and my God bless you all. Sincerly, Jennifer @ Hillcrest.

Sincere condolences to the Boylan family on your loss. He was a wonderful teacher and I have enjoyed meeting him here and there at different functions over the years. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Carol Anderson

HI Bonnie,
I am so sorry to hear of Don's passing. My heart goes out to you and your family. I know he will be deeply missed. Thinking of you.
Mary Goman

I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

I first remember Mr Boylan from sophomore algebra in 1962. Somehow he got me through two years of it and I learned to like it. He was a tireless worker and proponent of Calvin Church where we were members and I respected him so much that even as an adult I couldn't draw myself to call him 'Don' until a couple of months ago. We were in Scotty B's in Mound and Jeff Brown approached me and said he was having breakfast with Don. I talked to him and for the first time (at 64 yrs old) I called him...


Donald's Obituaries

Donald Boylan passed away in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on November 15, 2012, and Globe Gazette on November 21, 2012.