Kenneth G. Boles, Jr.

January 11, 1956 - July 23, 2006

Ken Boles, age 50, of Plano, Texas, passed away July 23, 2006, in Plano. He was born January 11, 1956, in Dallas, Texas, to Kenneth George Boles, Sr. and Doris Evelyn Holley. On June 7, 1974, he married Sonja Tilley in Plano. He will be remembered for his sense of humor, fondness of animals, and his love and devotion to his family. He is survived by his wife, Sonja Boles; daughter, Heather Hangen and husband, Chris, and son, Daniel Boles and wife, Stephanie; grandson, Riley Hangen; parents, Kenneth Boles and Doris Alexander; sisters, Linda Arnold-Day, Paula Chambers, and Kelly Hensley. A memorial service will be held at 10:00 A.M., Wednesday, July 26, 2006, in the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Collin County SPCA, 8411 FM 720, McKinney, TX 75070. (972/562-7297)

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I am very sad to hear about Ken. He was always a pleasure to work with and he always went that extra mile with a smile. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. Kimberly Anderson, July 31, 2006 Kenny was my soul mate. For 32 years, through good and bad times, we made it. I must admit, I do feel cheated by the short time I was allowed to be with Kenny. All of this is still a little unbelievable. I just can't imagine my life without him. I thank all of you who have offered your condolences. I have felt the power of your prayers over the past few days and I can't tell you how much appreciate that. We will all remember Kenny and I will always love him. Sonja Boles, July 29, 2006 My experience in working with Ken these past few years has been a good and helpful one. Ken was always willing to take time to assist me with any issue I brought to him. In talking with him I could tell his love for his family was endless. My extreme and heartfelt thoughts go to is family in this time of loss. James Strauss Jr, July 28, 2006 As a fellow Unisource employee I offer my heartfelt sympathy to the Boles family.May the Prince of Peace bring comfort and care to your entire family. Tony Caccamisi, July 27, 2006 Sonya, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I am so sorry to hear about Kenny. I remember him as being very personable and always smiling. Jeanice (Barton) Lewis, July 27, 2006 I just think of Ken and Kevin everyday walking by my desk to go outside. They were always together, we will miss him here at work. He was very nice always. Cheryl L. Fernandez, July 26, 2006 Ken always had a story to keep me smiling. I will truly miss him and the laughter he brought into our lives. Jerry Perez, July 26, 2006 I didnt know Ken well but whenever passing by him, he was always wearing a smile. My thoughts are with you at this time. Ciana Hart, July 26, 2006 Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. John 14:1-6. Chris and Diana Barton, July 26, 2006 Kenny was the best of cousin-in-laws, and could always be counted on to bring bat, ball and mitt to every family reunion, and drawing all the kids into a game. My love and prayers to Sonja and the kids through this difficult time. Michelle & Ken Oestreich Chris, Kelci, Mallory & Riley Oestreich Michelle Barton Oestreich, July 26, 2006 I'll always remember Ken as a kind and happy man. He walked around the office with a smile on his face and was friendly towards everyone. I had the opportunity to once work closely with Ken on a project and found him to be so thorough and accurate in his programming skills while always maintaining a pleasant attitude. He will be greatly missed by his Unisource friends. Our prayers go out to his family. Karen McCready, July 26, 2006 For over 3/4 of my life, Kenny was part of my life as my brother-in-law. We played tennis, volleyball, fished, went to dinner, and spent a lot of wonderful family time together and I will miss that a lot. Kenny was the "brother" I never had. He raised 2 kids who turned out to be amazing adults he should be very proud of. He was the most intelligent and witty person I ever knew. I consider Kenny a valuable addition to our family and I not only lost a friend, I lost a brother. May peace be with you brother. Although I never told you this, I do love you David Tilley, July 26, 2006 Ken has been more then a co-worker, but also a friend. During the past 3 years of working together, even being in seperate cities (Minneaoplis), we always enjoyed a good laugh especially when times were tough. Professionally, Ken will be missed by Unisource, but personally myself and many other will miss the friendship and laughter that he provided everyday. I am sadden for your loss and my thoughts and prayers go out to Ken's entire family. God Bless Pete Abell, July 25, 2006 I was very sorry to hear of Kens passing. I never had the chance to work with Ken very much at Unisource. However, I did spent a fair amount of time with him outside of the office, most recently he attended my going away party when I left Unisource. I appreciated that very much. Ken and I had some amazing discussions, he was a very friendly guy. We shared a lot of laughs together. I could tell he was an intelligent person who never seemed to get riled up, very easy going. I'll always remember Ken as a guy with lots of funny jokes and comments. I will definitely miss his company. My condolences. I will keep the family in my prayers. Steve J Fatula, July 25, 2006 I was priviledged to meet Kenny when his sister Paula married my brother. I shall remember his uncommon sense of humor, whimsical smile, and quick wit. Kenny has left a fond memory on my heart. My condolences to all those who loved him. J'Net Chambers, July 25, 2006 Ken took great personal pride in his work. He was steady, knowledgeable, helpful to others, and consistently cheerful regardless of the circumstances. It has been a true privilege to work with Ken the past three years and to enjoy his cameraderie. We will miss him tremendously at Unisource IT. John Butzow, July 25, 2006 Sonja, my heart goes out to you and your family. May God wrap his love around you in this terrible time. Nancy Tilley Pelton, July 25, 2006 I will always remember him at work. Whenever you saw Ken you knew Kevin Knight was right beside him. They were always outside talking and he was always smiling. Augustine Mejia, July 24, 2006