In Memory

Lenny Boyd

Lenny Boyd

Posted on FB from Lenny's son in law:

It is with great sadness that I have to let everyone know that yesterday, our family suffered a devastating loss when we lost Lenny Boyd. Lenny was an absolutely beloved husband, son, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle who was a light to anyone that knew him. His sense of humor, sarcasm, and fierce love for his family was unmatched and will be irreplaceable. He was fiercely opinionated but still had an unmatched love for those in his life that he cared about. He is survived by his wife Pam Rizzato-Boyd, son Jake, daughter Jenna Boyd-Pendergraft, daughter in-law Jessica Boyd, son in-law Ryan Pendergraft, and granddaughters Neveah and Madison. He absolutely adored spending time with his granddaughters and would do anything for them or the rest of his family with no questions asked. He will be greatly missed. There will be a celebration of life at a later date to be announced. Pam will not be returning to town until the weekend if anyone is considering dropping by.

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11/12/20 10:30 PM #1    

Caren Ramsell (Castelli)

My parents moved to Millbrae Nov. of 1969.  I met Lenny in my History and Literature Class.  This was a 2 hr long class and Lenny always had something to say either funny or sarcastic in class.  It was nice getting to know him through the years - and bumping into him and Pam - not realizing we had some friends in common.  Lenny was always about family.  My heart goes out to Pam and the rest of the family.  Lenny will be missed by many.

11/17/20 12:01 PM #2    

Paul Trizuto (Trizuto)

I remember first hanging out with Lenny in the 8th grade at Burlingame Intermediate School. He was a very cool dude that tried to teach me about coolness. I will miss him. Rest in peace Brother. 

11/24/20 07:37 PM #3    

Peter Bruni

I first met Lenny Boyd when he moved here in 1966. We were both attending Burlingame Intermediate School, Eighth Grade. From the time we met to his passing, we were best friends. Geez, the times we had and the memories I have of those years we shared growing up together. We were always up to something...always over at each other's house listening to music, going on family vacations together, discovering girls! When Lenny met the love of his life, Pamela, I was honored to be asked to be the Best Man at his wedding. I will always remember Lenny and the great friend he was. He loved his family and his friends...and his baseball!

God Bless You, Brother. Love ya man.

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