Brian Tyron "Choochie" Boler, 20, of Kingston, passed away February 4, 2020. He was born August 17, 1999 in Rome, NY the son of Larnell Brian Boler and Chanda Pearson. Brian enjoyed fishing, football, and was a handyman. He was a devoted father and loved his family dearly. A gentle giant, he was loved by all who knew him as Choochie. His is survived by Bryson A. Boler, Tochanna Lovlid, Eric Pearson, Heavenly Lovlid, Yatique Davis, Felix Cararess, and Princetox Boler. A host of aunts, uncles, cousins and good friends also survive. Brian was predeceased by his grandfather, Kenneth Brodhead, grandmother Roberta Savage, and aunts Lynda Cox and Barbara Boler.
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Just saw Brian last week at Walmart, waiting for his mom. He gave me a strong “Hi Aunt Diane” ( I had not even seen him, focusing on my receipt, $$$), got up and gave me a firm hug. We chatted briefly saying that “He was doing fine “. He was always engaging and loving though we did not see one another often. My belief is that in spite of his struggles, he will be resurrected on that great ‘getting up morning’ when Jesus comes to claim His own. Sleep on Brian, our “Gentle Giant” till we meet again.
To Brian's family and friends, I am so sorry for your loss. Break my heart. I was Brian's teacher at KHS and beyond. Such a gentle giant indeed. He was smart and caring and kind to those he cared about and I'm fortunate that he and I were friends. He was so close to getting his diploma and so excited to do so, but the district stopped giving the test. I just know had he gotten that piece of paper, there might have been a different outcome. I am astounded and so sad. Funny story though that Brian and I loved to laugh about...there was a fire drill at KHS one day and as I was standing outside with the kids, I saw Brian take off down the street...lol...I mean hey, with Joe Beez so close...I said to Brian, "I saw you take off and knew I'd not be seeing you for a couple of days..." Teenager antics. Pretty sure I took off during a fire drill in high school too. He was a good guy despite it all and I loved the kid and I told him so. Glad I did. RIP, B. I'll see you on the other side some day. Love, Debbie Izzo
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