Ashley Laughlin-Felstein Boyll Memorial

Memorial contribution page for Ashley Laughlin-Felstein Boyll

Ashley Laughlin Felstein Boyll, 33, passed away on March 28, 2016, in San Diego. She was born in Terre Haute, on July 29, 1982, to Sara Laughlin and David Felstein. She was married on May 7, 2013, to Andrew Justin Boyll, who currently serves with the United States Navy on Coronado Island.

Ashley is survived by her husband; parents; stepmother, Allison Felstein; mother-in-law and father-in-law, Tanja and Robert Boyll; brother-in-law, Tanner Boyll; half siblings, many aunts, uncles and cousins; as well as her cats and precious Yorkie.

She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Russell and Laura Rigney Laughlin; and paternal grandparents, Allen and Millie Felstein.

Early in life Ashley embraced the fundamentals of a creative, compassionate and inquisitive life. Her hands held paintbrushes, ink pens, flowers, car keys, and most commonly her iPhone. Her arms hugged dogs and cats, trees and friends. Her feet left footprints on beaches and were tickled and tattooed. Her legs climbed rocks in California and temples in the Yucatan and stood on surfboards off Coronado's coast. Her body hung from a circus camp trapeze in Eleuthera and a tire swing in her childhood backyard. She was carried by a hot air balloon in Arizona, a roller coaster at Cedar Pointe, elevators at the Plaza Hotel and canoes in Sugar Creek. However, her greatest joy was being held by those who loved her.

In accordance with her wishes she served as an organ and tissue donor. LifeSharing of the University of California at San Diego made arrangements and called her a hero for her willingness to share with others. Her life continues with those who have benefited from her generous gifts.

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