Kenneth Boyd Obituary, Death Cause – At the age of 62, Kenneth John Boyd, also known as Kenny, passed away at the Harrisburg Hospital on March 30, 2023. He called the city of Harrisburg his home. Kenny Boyd was born to his parents, George W. Boyd and Angelina M. Boyd, on November 14, 1960 in the city of Hackensack in the state of New Jersey. Kenny attended both Red Land and Lower Dauphin for his high schooling, and he has prior experience working for Goodwill Industries. He currently attends Penn State University.
He was a resident at the Paxton Street Residence for a number of years, and during that time, he established a large number of friendships with the other people who lived there. He had a good experience there, particularly with the caretakers, the outings, the activities, and the overall attentive attention that he had there. Specifically, one of his favorite things to do was to bring his Walkman out onto the porch and listen to CDs there. This was one of his favorite things to do.
Kenny had a profound and everlasting love for both music and animals, in addition to the time he spent with his family, which he valued very much. He was funny, kind, and attentive, and he had a large number of close friends as a result. It brought him great joy to help others who were in need, go to the beach, take part in religious activities, and, above all things, spend time with his family.
Before he was born, his mother, Angelina M. Boyd, and his father, George W. Boyd, as well as his brothers Thomas R. Boyd, Joseph W. Boyd, Frank Milone, and Arthur Milone, all went away. His paternal grandfather was also named George W. Boyd. He is survived by his sister Linda M. Sullivan (husband Daniel), who resides in Carlisle; his sister Theresa Belowsky, who is in Florida; and his sister RoseAnn Milone, who resides in New Jersey; in addition, he is survived by a large number of nieces, nephews, and other relatives. Theresa Belowsky, his sister, currently resides in the state of Florida.
During the most difficult month of Kenny’s life, his family would like to express their gratitude to the nurses and doctors who worked in the intensive care unit (ICU) on floors 7 and 10 of Harrisburg Hospital. They provided exceptional care for Kenny during this time, and the family would like to thank them for it.