Eleanor Carol Boyle, 82, passed away at Fairfield Park Retirement Residence on April 27th, 2023 after a lengthy battle with Parkinson’s disease
Eleanor was born on February 6th, 1941 to Thomas Lawson and Pauline Lawson (Harrison). She was raised in Dundas along side her brothers David Lawson, Brent Lawson and her step sister Eleanor.
She remained in Dundas for the majority of her life, raising her son Scott McIntyre and daughter Lisa Boulton (McIntyre), working and retiring from McMaster University financial services and meeting Bert Boyle who she spent some of the happiest years of her life with.
Eleanor was someone who would always put others ahead of herself. During times of crisis, those in need could always rely on her. Family was always a priority to her and her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren will miss her deeply.
Services will be held at Grove Cemetery in Dundas, May 2nd at 2pm. In lieu of flowers the family has requested donations be made to Parkinson Canada
Eleanor was a special friend, we shared many happy times and she was there to help during the rough times. She was always available to help friends in need. Her family was her pride and joy. She enjoyed many happy years with Bert. She will be missed.
My condolences to Eleanor’s family. She was such a strong, kind, and generous woman. I am certain she is proud of everything you did for her Lisa. Sending you strength and love.
God speed Eleanor Hope you and Dave and Bert (the 3 redheads) are having a darn good party up there. Miss you and will never forget all the fun times we had together. Love Cheri xo
I am so sorry to hear about Eleanor’s passing. She was one of my favorite people to work with at McMaster.
My dear sweet Auntie Ner….
I will never forget you and all the wonderful memories you have left me with. You will always be apart of me and I will carry you with me in my heart. You will always be my special Angel.
I worked with Eleanor in Financial Affairs and have fond memories. She was always a happy, upbeat person who went out of her way to help. Her loved talking about her kids and grand kids.
A w0nderful neighbour and caring friend at Central Park.
My deepest condolences to Eleanor’s family. Aunt Eleanor will be greatly missed. Cherish the memories.
My deepest sympathies to Eleanor’s family. I always enjoyed working with Eleanor and hearing her family stories.