Brian Edward Boyarin, 38 year old of Fort Lauderdale, Florida passed away on October 15, 2021. Brian was born and raised in Glenville, New York on June 5,1983. He was a South Florida resident for eighteen years. Brian graduated Burnt Hill-Ballston Lake high school, SUNY Canton, Barry University and Nova University.
Brian was a board-certified physician assistant and practiced in the speciality of infectious disease for eleven years.
He loved all things nature from Adirondacks Mountains to the beach and ocean of the Florida Keys. Brian loved hiking, snorkeling, walking on the beach, spending time at Sacandaga Lake and Wolf Lake. He loved working on his yard and proud of all his plants.
Brian made everyone laugh, he was silly, funny, and constant jokester. A connoisseur of trinkets and Knick knacks. He loved all 80s memorabilia especially gremlins, horror films, Scooby doo, Miami Vice, and Magnum PI. His favorite holiday is Halloween. Working out and fitness was a way of life and always part of his life. For the last two years he was devoted to Jiu Jitsu, and recently obtained his blue belt. He was very proud of his extensive tattoos.
Brian was a devoted dad, husband, son, nephew, uncle, cousin, and friend. He survived by his wife Cara, his loving daughter Autumn, and his parents Paul and Juli. He is also survived by his Aunt Susan (Bill) Lamont, Uncle Jeffrey (Cheryl) Lasak, and his cousins Sean and Jeremy, his Aunt Faith ( David) Waldman and cousin Maleana, his mother and father in-law Susan and Rich Simoes, his sister-in-law Heather Perrin and her son Hunter, his late grandparents Rudolph and Dolores Lasak and David and Lillian Boyarin, and also extended family, friends and his precious pets Timber, Gidget, Cosmo, Mini and fish.
In keeping with his wishes there will be a private viewing for family and invited friends.
A celebration of his life will be held Friday October 29, 2021, at 6pm located at Dr. Von D. Mizell-Eula Johnson State Park (John Lloyd Park) for all family, friends and coworkers.
In lieu of flowers the family asks to please donate to Brian's favorite charity : Everglades Angels Dog Rescue https://evergladesangelsdogrescue.org
Published by Sun-Sentinel on Oct. 21, 2021.