Donald Boling

Rev. Donald Dean Boling, 80, of Eddy, passed away Thursday, July 11, 2013 at a local care facility. Funeral services will be 10AM Saturday, July 13th at Lake Shore Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Mark Wible officiating. A private burial will follow the service. Visitation will be 6 to 8PM Friday, July 12th at Lake Shore Funeral Home, 5201 Steinbeck Bend in Waco. Thoughts and memories may be shared in the online Guest Book at www.LakeShoreFuneralHome.com.

Donald was born to Cecil and Ida (Porter) Boling August 6, 1932, in Roscoe, MO. He graduated from Butler High School, and completed 4 years of college at William Jewell College. In 1952, he was drafted into the Army, where he served 9 years and exited as an E-5 Sergeant. Later in life, he worked at Hillcrest Hospital in Waco for 18 years, serving as a Minister and a Store Room Supervisor.

He was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Nancy White-Boling; daughter, Debra Diane Boling; and a sister, Juanita Jean O’Connell.

He is survived by three sons, Daniel Duane Heath and wife Christine of Houston, Darrell Dean Boling and wife Tammy of Eddy, and David Douglas Boling and wife Diane of Austin; seven grandchildren, Samantha Heath of Houston, Zach and Emily Boling of Eddy, and Alicia, Nicole, Christy, and Casandra Boling of Austin; and brother, Norman Boling of Blue Springs, MO.

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  1. Don was a precious Christian man. I worked with him a lot at Quality Care. He never refused to come visit a resident when asked. Just a wonderful man.

  2. Cindy Fondren-Muise

    Darrell and family — I’m so sorry about your dad. We are praying for peace for you and your family during this time. Cindy and Dave

  3. I have known Don for many years. When I was fumbling around the back of Hillcrest looking for dollies or other "stuff" he was always so helpful and friendly. At church I appreciated his gentle unassuming spirit. I know he is in a better place with the Lord he loved!

  4. Floyd & Evelyn Chandler

    Darrell and Family;
    We are sorry for the death of your father. I understand the last months were hard on your father and the family. We understand your grief.
    GOD bless you and your family.

  5. Rita O'Connell

    Uncle Donald was a wonderful person. Treated roughly by life, he kept an amazing attitude and kept his family in his heart. I miss you Uncle Donald!

  6. I just found this obituary onlibe. I remember “Brother Don” fondly. He pastored 2 rural Baptist churches part-time in the Sedalia, MO area from about 1957 to 1963. He was the minister who baptized me. I began writing him some time after his boys were grown (keeping him updated on families from both churches he had known). My family & I visited him on a very hot day in July, 2005 on our way to visit family in Austin.

  7. Donald Farmer

    I just found this online. I worked with him at HBMC during the 90″s. He was my immediate supervisor. I enjoyed working and talking with him. My sincere condolences to his family.

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