In Memory

Ansel L. Boiter

Ansel L. Boiter

Ansel L. Boiter jr, 67, went to be with his Lord on November 28,2020 at PENNYBYRN at Maryfield.
He was born in Fairfield,CA to the late Major Ansel L. Boiter and Mary R. Boiter Carter.
Ansel was a Grimsley H.S. Graduate. In 1976 he graduated fro UNC Chapel Hill and also suffered life altering injuries from a motorcycle accident.
He is survived by his 2 sisters, Suzanne B. Rimbert (FL), Jennifer B. McFadden(George T. Hyatt jr) Greensboro, 1 niece and 3 nephews.
The family would like to express their appreciation to AuthoraCare Hospice of Greensboro, to the loving staff at PENNYBYRN at Maryfield, and to each of Ansel’s wonderful caregivers over many years.
There will be a private internment.

Triad Cremation and Funeral Service is assisting the family.

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12/16/20 05:41 AM #1    

Gaines Hunter

Ansel was a really smart friendly cool guy. I got to know Ansel while being a student at Carolina. He was a roommate of Bill Stafford his freshman year and that was when i met Ansel. I remember Ansel liked to read and seemed to be able to meet and go out with the ladies and be at ease. My prayer is for Ansel to be at peace and whole again in Heaven.

12/27/20 03:42 PM #2    

Bill Stafford

I got to know Ansel in Exchange Club at Grimsley. We were room mates in Granville Towers for our Freshman and Sophomore years at Carolina. Ansel was a great roommate and we had so much fun together. I will always remember the big smile that was almost always on his face. Life certainly dealt Ansel a blow in 1976 when he had a motorcycle accident that changed his life forever. I always wonder what he would have become if not for that accident. RIP Ansel.

01/02/21 06:02 PM #3    

Jeffrey Alan Thompson


Just like Gaines and Bill I was both a Grimsley and a Carolina classmate of Ansel.  He was a ray of light.  Full of engery and one of the smartest persons I have ever met.  Because of his personality and wit he was always engaging and never met a stranger. 

The motorcycle accident cut his life short.  There is no telling what Ansel could have achieved.  Ansel, you will be missed but somewhere there is another bright light shining because of you. 





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