Frances P. Boylan

April 2, 1919 - October 27, 2017

Frances P. Boylan, 98, of the Holmstad Retirement Community in Batavia passed away October 27, 2017, at Michealsen Heath Care in Batavia.  She was born April 2, 1919, in Hilo, Hawaii the daughter of Ernest and Jadwiga (nee Patrochenko) Pushkarsky.  She was united in marriage to Bernard P. Boylan on September 3, 1938 in Chicago.

She is survived by her two sons; Bernard F. (Jeannine) Boylan, of Bolingbrook, and Michael (Eileen) Boylan, of Geneva, four grandchildren; Christine Boylan, Elizabeth (Leonard) Cyranek, Michelle (Paul) Sullivan, and Bernard Boylan, eight great-grandchildren, one great-great grandchild, and one sister Pauline Cable, of Eau Claire, WI. 

She is preceded in death by her husband Bernard and many six brothers and sisters.

Visitation will be held 4:00 P.M. until 8:00 P.M. Monday, October 30, 2017 at Moss Family Funeral Home 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL. 

Funeral services will begin 10:00 A.M. Monday, October 31, 2017, at Moss Family Funeral Home before preceding to Holy Cross Catholic Church 2300 Main Street to celebrate Mass at 10:30 A.M.  Interment will follow in Queen of Heaven Cemetery in Hillside, IL. 

Memorial contributions may be directed to Holy Cross Catholic Church 2300 Main Street Batavia, IL 60510. 

Guest Book

  • Nora I'm so sorry for your loss. The pain and grief of loosing someone we love can seem unbearable. Something that can be comforting is God's word. As 1 Corinthians 1:3&4 says; ...the God of all comfort, who comforts all in our trials...The Bible helps us to understand how God feels about death. Isaiah 25:8 says God will defeat our enemy death, and it will be gone forever. -More comforting truths can be found in a book called "What Does the Bible Really Teach". I hope you will look into this subject further. I know it will bring you comfort and peace as it did me. Sincerely Nora
  • Frances Dorough I am glad to be the first one to write in this guest book. Aunt Frances was so special to me in many ways too numerous to mention. First of all, I am her name sake. She took care of me as an infant because my parents were so involved with my frail older brother's medical problems. We have been together at many family gatherings and the photos bear this out with pictures of my parents, grandmother, cousins, aunts, uncles and of course my wonderful Uncle Bernard who treated her like a princess. She lived a wonderful life as exhibited by the joys shared with her children and grandchildren. May she rest in peace now that she has joined him along with the many others who have gone before her. We all miss her dearly but know the family rejoices in remembering her remarkable life. Niece, Frances Dorough