James Stanley Boynton, 67 of Conway passed away Monday, January 29, 2018 at his residence. He was born May 21, 1950 in East Cleveland, Ohio.
There are no formal services planned.
Condolences may be made at www.burroughsfh.com
Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services (843.651.1440) of Murrells Inlet is assisting the family.
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My sincere condolences for the loss of your loved one. Be assured that the almighty God truly cares for the family!
May you find comfort in the promise that "... there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous" (Acts 24:15), and very soon "... no resident will say, 'I am sick'" (Isa. 33:24) because "... death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”(Rev. 21:4)
How is this possible? Visit JW. ORG and search for 'Why did Jesus die?'. Then watch the video.
Submitted by Horace on Jan 31 2018 05:44:38 PM
I'm saddened by the unexpected death of my Uncle Jim. I have many fond childhood memories him, including the time he took me to the service station where he worked. I must have been no more than five- or six-years-old. Riding in his pickup truck was fun and jumping on the hose that rang the signal bell at the station was a joy! Even farther back, I can remember being playfully tossed into the air by Jim. I can see his smiling bearded face and hear his laughter.
Jim also played a big role in the development of my love of music. I can remember riding in his truck and discussing the deeper meaning of Jim Morrison's "Rider on the Storm" lyrics, as well as enjoying the hours of bootleg audio tapes he gave my sister and I for Christmas. We laughed at the "dog without a bone" line in the Doors song.
Another great memory is playing in the waves at Myrtle Beach one time when we went to visit.
Jim was a kind uncle and I'm sorry I didn't have more time with him.
Submitted by Robert McPeak on Jan 31 2018 11:02:34 AM
I am a Christian worker and just wanted to express my sincere condolences to the family for losing such a dear beloved one. The Bible assures us that we can see our loved ones again. Jesus promised that “those in the memorial tombs will…. come out.” (John 5:28, 29) This is in harmony with God’s original purpose that those who have been resurrected will have the opportunity to live forever on an earthly paradise. (Luke 22:43) This future will be free of pain and suffering and includes perfect health and everlasting life.
I truly hope this information brings comfort to the family. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the address below.
Submitted by Ceasar Bryant on Jan 30 2018 10:08:56 PM
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