In memory of
Myrtle Louise Boltz
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In memory of
Myrtle Louise Boltz
Graveside services for Myrtle Boltz will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Syracuse Cemetery in Syracuse, Kansas.  Pastor Joe Gould will officiate. Myrtle Louise Boltz, of Golden Shores, Ariz. passed away on March 25, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nev., at the age of 67. To sum up someone’s life in few words is hard to do. We have all been blessed by Myrtle’s life with us. Myrtle was the beautiful blonde haired, always smiling, baby of Art and Christie Boltz who came into the world on July 19, 1949. Three years later she became the big sister to her brother Artie. At the age of five, she started her schooling as a Kindergartner graduating in a little white cap and gown. She continued her education at Syracuse, Kan., participating in many activities such as Pep Club and singing in various ensembles. One of the jobs she had in high school was working for her Aunt Velma and Uncle Les in the Montgomery Ward Store. She graduated from Syracuse High School with the colors of orange and black in 1967. She then headed to Wichita, Kans. to graduate from Wichita Business College. Myrtle came back to Syracuse to live and work. She worked at the Pizzaria which was a center of activity for Syracuse and the surrounding area. She was able to meet people and keep up on their families and know what was going on around the area. At the Pizzaria, she worked with lots of young kids who loved playing jokes on her and Rose. Also where she earned the nickname of Myrtle Turtle, which was not the speed she went. She always loved to get in a car and go someplace to see what was happening. She particularly loved her green 1969 Mustang. She enjoyed helping and working with youngsters her whole life. Another love was to play the piano, a talent she inherited from her mother. She would go to Uncle Harold’s and Aunt Lena’s house and play the piano while Aunt Lena accompanied her on the organ. She played piano for church for many years. She moved to Golden Shores, Ariz. in 1999. Myrtle never knew a stranger, a trait she inherited from her father. With her friendly smile, she made a complete new set of friends and Golden Shores became her new home. She went to work at a daycare and then Fort Mojave Elementary School. Here she served the children as the food manager. She became involved with every part of the community. A member of the Baptist Church, Friends of the Library, Golden Shores Women’s Club, Fireman’s Board, Senior’s Nutrition Board, and Civic Board was just a few of her activities. So watch out for her car still running around town, or as you walk in to one of her favorite place you might hear someone call out “HEY GIRL!” She is survived by her brother, Artie Boltz and wife Penny of Syracuse.
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In memory of
Myrtle Louise Boltz
Graveside services for Myrtle Boltz will be held at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, April 11, 2017 at the Syracuse Cemetery in Syracuse, Kansas.  Pastor Joe Gould will officiate. Myrtle Louise Boltz, of Golden Shores, Ariz. passed away on March 25, 2017 in Las Vegas, Nev., at the age of 67. To sum up someone’s life in few words is hard to do. We have all been blessed by Myrtle’s life with us. Myrtle was the beautiful blonde haired, always smiling, baby of Art and Christie Boltz who came into the world on July 19, 1949. Three years later she became the big sister to her brother Artie. At the age of five, she started her schooling as a Kindergartner graduating in a little white cap and gown. She continued her education at Syracuse, Kan., participating in many activities such as Pep Club and singing in various ensembles. One of the jobs she had in high school was working for her Aunt Velma and Uncle Les in the Montgomery Ward Store. She graduated from Syracuse High School with the colors of orange and black in 1967. She then headed to Wichita, Kans. to graduate from Wichita Business College. Myrtle came back to Syracuse to live and work. She worked at the Pizzaria which was a center of activity for Syracuse and the surrounding area. She was able to meet people and keep up on their families and know what was going on around the area. At the Pizzaria, she worked with lots of young kids who loved playing jokes on her and Rose. Also where she earned the nickname of Myrtle Turtle, which was not the speed she went. She always loved to get in a car and go someplace to see what was happening. She particularly loved her green 1969 Mustang. She enjoyed helping and working with youngsters her whole life. Another love was to play the piano, a talent she inherited from her mother. She would go to Uncle Harold’s and Aunt Lena’s house and play the piano while Aunt Lena accompanied her on the organ. She played piano for church for many years. She moved to Golden Shores, Ariz. in 1999. Myrtle never knew a stranger, a trait she inherited from her father. With her friendly smile, she made a complete new set of friends and Golden Shores became her new home. She went to work at a daycare and then Fort Mojave Elementary School. Here she served the children as the food manager. She became involved with every part of the community. A member of the Baptist Church, Friends of the Library, Golden Shores Women’s Club, Fireman’s Board, Senior’s Nutrition Board, and Civic Board was just a few of her activities. So watch out for her car still running around town, or as you walk in to one of her favorite place you might hear someone call out “HEY GIRL!” She is survived by her brother, Artie Boltz and wife Penny of Syracuse.
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Lamar, CO 81052-2710
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