Cliff L. Boring, 64, of Franklin Township passed away Sunday, July 10, 2022 at UPMC Presbyterian Hospital following a brief illness.
Born May 25, 1958 in Spangler, PA, he was the son of the late William and Leona Laney Boring. He was married to Debby McKinney Boring.
Cliff graduated from Seneca Valley High School in 1976 where he was the captain of the rifle team and was in the ROTC program. In 1982 he graduated from PTI. Out of PTI, Cliff worked for over 44 years as an auto tech in several garage’s and dealerships before going to work at Pittsburgh Manheim in Butler County for over 10 years and then ending up at Jack Hockenberger Motors in Zelienople until they closed and he retired. Cliff attended the Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church. He collected metal diecast cars and loved to ride his antique 1972 Triumph Motorcycle and also enjoyed riding go-carts, dirt bikes, and snowmobiles when he was younger. Cliff also enjoyed listening to music, especially Bob Seger. He was a simple private man and loved to walk at McConnells Mills. He is now with his favorite dog Nook. Cliff cherished moments with his grandkids.
Survivors include his beloved wife of 39 years Debby; three daughters, Danielle McDowell of North Sewickley, Kayla Boring of North Sewickley and Krista Boring of Franklin Township; two sisters, Im (George) McKinney of Evans City and Sis (Jim) Petry of Renfrew; four brothers, Bill (Betty Lou) of Evans City, Eugene of North Carolina, Rob (Sally) of Renfrew, and Jake of Prospect; three granddaughters, MacKenzie and Morgan McBurney and Nikki McDowell; two grandsons, Tyler Boring and Kaiden McDowell; great-grandson, Eric Boring.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his stepfather who raised him, Dean Garver; brother Gary and his in-laws Norman and Rose McKinney.
Visiting hours will be held on Saturday July 16, 2022 from 10:00 am until the time of the Celebration of Life Service at 11:00 am with Pastor John Creekpaum officiating at the Marshall Funeral Home, Ellwood City.
Online condolences may be sent to marshallsfh.com.
I was saddened to hear of this news.
My deepest sympathies during your time of loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
He always had a smile or a positive word to say.
I truly enjoyed the time I worked with Cliff at the auto auction.
He was a good friend.
I have never left condolences, so not sure what to say.
Cliff was my best friend all through high school at Seneca, and we had some great times together, mostly up to no good! I remember us always hanging out under the hood of his car, while listening to music… on 8-track. I had been trying to hunt him down for years, but being halfway across the planet in the army made it difficult.
Saddened to have found him this way.
My condolences to his family.
He was a great friend and the closest I had to a brother.
I would really like to talk with you sometime.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Beloved Cliff.
Please keep a Faith in God and He will help you along the days ahead.
I am truly sorry for your loss, if you need anything please don’t hesitate to ask.
I’m so very sorry for your loss. Cliff was a great guy. My deepest sympathies, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.