Nicolas E. E. Boyd
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Nicolas E. E. Boyd
Nicolas E. E. Boyd
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WHITINGHAM- Nicolas Edward Emery Boyd, 18, a resident of Murphy Lane, died Saturday, October 19, in Rowe, MA, as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Mr. Boyd was born in Bennington on July 9, 1995, the son of Shannon Bartlett and Michael Boyd. He attended local schools. He worked for Gerry Degray Property Services. Mr. Boyd loved animals, his Chevy Blazer, and loved to cook. He enjoyed hunting and fishing, helping with children, and cherished times spent with his family. He would help and do anything for anyone.

Mr. Boyd is survived by his mother, Shannon Boyd, of Whitingham; father, Michael Boyd and stepmother, Sandy Boyd, of Westover, MD; brothers, Mike Boyd, of West Dover, Harry Adams, of Searsburg, Heath Adams, of Whitingham, John Elting, of Whitingham, Willy Elting, of Massachusetts, and Ivan Elting, of Whitingham; sisters, Catherine Stoughton, of Searsburg, and Nicole Tuttle, of Stratton; stepbrothers, Gordon Swanson, of Hawaii and Colby Swanson, of Maryland; stepsisters Karla Molina, of Hawaii, Madison Swanson, of Maryland, and Carley Swanson, of Maryland; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral services were held Saturday October 26, at Covey, Allen, & Shea Funeral Home. Pastor Doug LaPlante of the Jacksonville Community Church officiated. Interment followed in the family lot in Sadawga Cemetery in Whitingham. Memorial gifts in his memory may be made to the Windham County Humane Society, c/o Covey, Allen & Shea Funeral Home, PO Box 215, Wilmington, VT 05363.

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