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Colton Ryan James Boke

Colton Ryan James Boke, age 23, of Hollister, Missouri, passed away suddenly June 28, 2019. He entered this life June 4, 1996, in Springfield, Missouri, the son of Robert Blunt and Amy Boke. His father has preceded him in death. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Cremations of the Ozarks.

Colton Ryan James Boke

Colton loved kids and animals and always had a big kind heart. He was always making people laugh. He did pretty well at rapping whether he wrote the lyrics or just did free style. Colton enjoyed cheering for the Golden State Warriors and watched all the games he could, taking road trips, looking at all kinds of cars, sketching and drawing, and hanging out with friends at the lake. He had a big personality and loved many people. To those closest to him, he gave the best hugs, loved hard and was fiercely protective. Colton loved the family dog Zero as well as his faithful companion, Hitachi. Rest easy and fly high, our beautiful Colton Ryan-James Boke.

Colton is survived by his mother, Amy Boke of Nixa, Missouri; sister, Montana Palan of Branson, Missouri; sister, Autum Wormington of Seymour, Missouri; half-sister, Emilie Rayburn of Casper, Wyoming; half-sister, Heather Johnson of Nashville, Tennessee; grandparents: Patricia Boke of Nixa, Missouri and Roy Boke of Rogersville, Missouri.

A celebration of life will be Sunday, July 7, 2019 at 3:00 pm at Cedar Hill Farm, 4320 New Hope Rd., Fordland, Missouri 65652. Friends and family are welcome to join in a fun and enjoyable celebration of Colton’s life. Burgers and hot dogs will be served, and family is asking for anyone attending to please bring a side dish. Please bring pictures, videos and memories you have of Colton. The family would like to thank Matt Schreiner and his wife for allowing the celebration of life to take place at their farm. Memorial contributions may be made to Rescue One in Springfield, Missouri (www.rescueonespringfield.com). To leave an online condolence, please visit www.cremationsoftheozarks.com.

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