Louis C. Boston

05/08/1956 - 01/23/2021

Obituary For Louis C. Boston

Rev. Louis C. Boston age 64 of West Chester went to be with his Lord on Saturday January 23, 2021. He was born on May 8, 1956 in Youngstown, OH the son of Lucille and the late Howard Boston. Louis pastored at many churches in Ohio, Florida, and Indiana for over 34 years. He loved music and singing. He touched so many lives with his kindness and compassion. His grandchildren were his life and he loved them dearly. He lived by the motto faithful to his God, to his wife, and to his family and he was faithful till the end. He is survived by his loving wife of over 43 years Marcella Boston; his mother Lucille Boston; two sons Timothy Boston and Justin Boston; two grandchildren Emmaliah Boston and Luke Boston; four siblings Richard (Flo) Boston, Diana Boston, Karen Boston and John (Gin) Boston. He also leaves behind other family members and close friends. Visitation will be on Tuesday February 2, 2021 at THE WEBSTER FUNERAL HOME 3080 Homeward Way at Rt. 4, Fairfield from 10:00AM until the time of the funeral at 12:00PM with Pastor Mark Andreasen officiating. Burial to follow in Rose Hill Burial Park. The funeral service will be livestreamed at 12NOON. Online condolences can be made at www.websterfuneralhomes.com

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2
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10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Webster Funeral Home funeral at 12:00PM
3080 Homeward Way
Fairfield, OH 45014
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Today What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful man of God. My heart is so sad for all that knew him and for those that will no longer be lead to Christ by him.. My family and I have our very own special memories that we shared with Pastor Lou and each one of us will hold them very near and dear to our hearts. He touched everyone of us and we loved him. We will miss you. We thank you for your Ministry, kindness and friendship. Rest In Peace Pastor Lou Boston We Celebrate you home Until we see you again friend, Jimmy, Jeannie & Michael Gilbert James and Amanda Turpin
- Jeannie gilbert
May you Rest in Peace Uncle Louie. Your kind words and joy will be remembered by many. You lived everyday up until your last serving the lord. You have helped so many people. You will forever be missed. I love you.
- Tessa Boston
Pastor Lou was a very wonderful person. He gave great hugs and always had a kind word. Will be missed.
- Rachel kimber
Jane and I will truly miss our Brother-in-law, Lou. He was a man of faith who loved his God, family, and country. We will never forget the great times spent in church ministry together(choir), on the ball field, on the basketball court, around tables filled with food and laughter, and around the piano for a family sing worshiping the Lord, just to name a few. He now is present in the presence of Jesus, his Lord, May the Holy Spirit comfort Marcella and family in their loss.
- Jerry Barth
My deepest condolences go out to each member of the Boston family. I know how much Lou's jovial personality and compassion for others will be missed. Sending love and hugs to all.
- Michelle Pittman
Pastor Lou. What a truly amazing man of the Lord you have always been and will continue to be in that great big beautiful home in the sky. Your laughter and smile will live on in all our hearts forever to that day we meet again.. Heaven truly brought home one of its most precious children. Thoughts, prayers and love to Marcella and the boys. Also prayers to my Aunt Lu, Diana, John, Karen and Richard. You will all be in my hearts in the coming days...
- Stacey Stoudt
Lou always made me smile and I think every single time I got the pleasure to see him he would have me laughing about something. He was my buddy and will be missed. Many prayers to Marcella and family.
- Jaime Jackson
Pastor Lou was my dear friend for the past 11 years, working with him in the Pantry and hanging out with him socially. He often told me I was his right arm. We spent most of the week together for all those years. He was the best, kindest, caring, loving Pastor I've ever had in my life. If you needed an answer about the Bible, someone to tell your problems and worries over, he always was there to listen and help you in any way he could. Pastor Lou was so great to be around, always making you laugh and knowing he truly cared about you, and I know he loved me as I did him. I will keep him in my heart, thoughts and prayers and will miss him terribly! I know the Lord must have needed him there with him, and the angels are hearing him singing right now! Prayers and Blessing to Marcella, Timmy, Justin, Emmaliah, Luke, John & all other family members
- Ron Allesi
I meant Pastor Lou and Marcella, along with the kids at the Assembly of God's church camp in Big Prairie ,Ohio. Our church was looking for a new pastor and he was looking for a new church. Most the church was at Big Prairie so we got to know Pastor Lou and his family. He came to the church to become or pastor , they got 100% of the vote and was made pastor of the church. Pastor Lou told the church that he ask God to confirm him at 100% of the vote to know that he and his family was God putting him in as pastor, that was so awesome. He not only became my pastor but my friend and considered part of the family . I learned a lot from Pastor Lou about life and about the word of God. He was there for me when there was some ups and downs . He was there for our whole congregation as well. I haven't seen Pastor Lou for a few years the last time was at a special service at Pastor Mark Andreasen church. It was so awesome to see him and the family there. We have lost a great man of God, but we will see him one day soon. I believe our days are short in these times. Condolence to you Marcella, Tim,Justin and the whole family. I pray that Jesus sends the Holy Spirit to comfort you all. He has no pain,his body is now perfect in all ways and he gets to talk to Jesus, that is awesome. Myself and my family sends our love to you Marcella and the family, if there is anything we can do please fill free to let me kmow.
- Michael Gerth
I don't even know where to begin but I'll start with this, Pastor Lue was one of the sweetest men I have EVER met! He always made me and my family feel loved, welcomed and like we were his family. I moved out of state but when we came to visit he always had the biggest smile and was so happy to see us. He helped me get threw some of the worst times of my life. It breaks my heart that he is gone but I know he is dancing with our lord Jesus Christ. Rest in paradise Pastor Lue. You will definitely be remembered and missed so much!
- Amy Nesmith
Cousin Louie, words can't begin to say how much you meant to me, we had great times growing up from staying at grandma and grandpa house to me living at your mom and dad during the summers.. You always had a smile and a fun sense of humor, love and miss you every day! You lived a short life but it was a lasting love forever! love you cousin! will cherish all memories!
- Debra Kale
I remember the first time I met lou. Working the pantry to sign clients for SNAP. He sang to everyone treated everyone like they were family. His smile lite up the room. Marcella I am sorry for your lost. I can't make the visitation. I live in Westerville. Ohio near my daughter and granddaughter. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family
- Gloria Bateman
I love my Pastor Lou. I work with him for many years at TCA CHURCH. I LOVED HIS SINGING LAUGHTER AND TELLING. US WHAT HE WANTED TO BE DONE NEXT. I WORK WITH HIM KIDS SUMMER CAMP THE FOOD PANTRY. HAD MANY COMMUNITIONS VISITS WITH PRAYERS. I DEARLY LOVE LOU AND MARCELLA. IM A GOOD FRIEND WITH HIS NEICE Juli Knott. He's in a better place than I am now. I will see him again in heaven. Rest peacefully my dear friend. Deb Ervin
- Deborah Ervin
So so sorry about your loss. Our family will be praying for all of you an your family. Pastor Lou was very well loved by many in our small town community. He will be missed by all. Hope Collins and Diana Harsh
- Hope Collins
Pastor Lou, you are one never to forget! We shared so many great moments working the food pantry. My daughter was talking about how much she will miss your Donald Duck voice. You are a very special person and I know you left a huge impact. Thank you for your prayers and support when my dad was sick. You provided my family with so much love and comfort. Until we meet again my friend!
- Lona McClain
In the deepest and darkest times of my life Pastor Lou Boston was there for me and my family. He helped carry me through those times and was a major influence on the man that I am today. He seen the good inside when most others had given up on me and helped to mold me into a better husband and father. Without Lou's help my marriage may never have happened and this family may have been broken forever. Lou helped give me purpose and recognized the value and self worth I had all along. At the same time, he taught me about humility and being a thankful servant to God almighty. I owe a debt of gratitude to him for all that he has done for us. I love you Pastor Lou and I will never forget you. I will do my best to pass on the lessons you taught me to my sons and others in need.
- Todd Westerbeck
I will always remember being the presidents car !and driver ! RIP my friend !
- Scott chepke
Lou, I can't even begin to find the "right" words to explain how much I have grown to love you in such a short time. The smile on your face when we would come walking through the door to the tears being shed when we had to leave. I'll never forget bringing you your grandmas cookies to you this Christmas. You were a great man with a huge heart! Im Gonna miss you dearly! Fly high my friend!!
- Gin Boston
My Brother, my friend, my conrad... my family life line call for the right answer . Your voice will be missed from you singing to joking around. RIP Brother the world knows you have earned it!! You will walk with us everyday!
- John c Bosron
So sorry for your loss. May God grant you and the whole family His special peace.
- Penny Wheatley
Lou was one of the dearest friends and Pastor my husband and I have had throughout our years of growing in our Christian faith. The memories of the years working to turn the bowling alley into a beautiful Assembly of God church is something that will forever inspire me! He would work from sunrise to sunset on Saturdays and many days during the week. Our city of Galion was greatly impacted by this man that took a vision of a burned out Bowling Alley be and built it to be a place of worship. Our wonderful trips to Gatlinburg with other church families are also wonderful memories I will forever cherish.
- Vickie Adams
Pastor Lou was more than just a pastor- he was a friend- someone I would consider family! We love you all bery much! I am sure that he and my dad have been hanging out the last few days!
- Melissa Motter

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