My Brother Milton – Episode 31

Walk With Ken Boyle Podcast

The last few weeks my oldest brother has been failing. He’s been in assisted-living for a few years now and has been active and even held church services for the retired people residing at The Lodges in Springvale, Maine. He passed away on March 11. This week I remember my brother Milton.

I hope you enjoy our walk this week. Please remember to leave a comment on the website, the podcast, or send me an email at ken@walkwithkenboyle.com with your thoughts.

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In Christian love, Ken.

4 thoughts on “My Brother Milton – Episode 31

  1. Dear sweet Pastor Boyle,
    You have my deepest heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your brother. I shed a tear for your loss. May the Lord comfort you at this difficult time with his gentle love.
    God Bless you Pastor Boyle.
    Marilyn Rivet Renaud

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  2. Rev,
    So sorry to read about your brother Milton. Prayers with you and Dale. Hope you are both doing well – I keep yelling at Chris (me yell??? Haha) he keeps saying he is going to call you – and he will!

    Hugs 🤗 Nancy

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  3. Pastor, my condolences on the loss of your brother Milton. Our walk brought back memories and tears with what you spoke about with respect to parents, and specific music. I too remember singing that beautiful hymn,
    “ Bless be the tie that binds ” . We sang it at the close of service on Sunday morning at Haven United Methodist Church, here in East Providence.
    Love & Prayers to you & Dale

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