Captain Charles Edward Boldt, affectionately known as Eddie
In Loving Memory
Born:June 11, 1979
Orlando, FL
Died:June 29, 2005
New Plymouth, Idaho
Captain Charles Edward Boldt, affectionately known as Eddie, was born June 11, 1979 in Orlando, FL. Being a navy kid, Eddie grew up around the water in Florida, San Diego and Huntington Beach, California and New Port Rhode Island. He graduated from New Symrna Beach High School, New Symrna Beach, FL. After high school, Eddie went on to graduate from Florida State University where he was Cadet Commander of the Army ROTC Program. Upon graduation, two events occurred in Eddie's life that changed him forever. First, he was married to Crystal, the girl of his dreams and second, he was commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the infantry. He then completed Officer Basic Course and Ranger School. Eddie was assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division where he served as a platoon leader, company XO, and , and battalion S-4. He served a tour in Afghanistan and Iraq. While in Afghanistan, Eddie was awarded the Bronze Star for meritorious service. Eddie completed the Army's Captain’s course and had recently begun training with the Special Forces. Eddie had a sincere heart and always put others first. He loved his motor cycle, the army, his friends and family. Eddie was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident on June 29, 2005. Eddie is survived by his parents, Charles and Bonnie Boldt, of New Plymouth, ID., his younger brother, Staff Sgt. Timothy Boldt, of Anchorage, Alaska, Jan Sparks, grandmother, and a host of fellow soldiers.


Crystal & Eddie
Added by Dad & Mom
Eddie Boldt.jpg
Added by Uncle Jim and Rosalie
Eddie....A Son, Grandson, Brother, Husband, and Nephew.
Added by Mom & Dad (Bonnie & Charles)
Eddies big catch.JPG
Added by MOM (Bonnie Boldt)

 Personal Notes

I never met Eddie, but feel like I knew him because of his wonderful family. Sounds like I missed meeting a wonderful human being. I feel truly blessed to become part of his extended family.
Added by Rosalie

We Will Ride Together Soon!
Added by Tim

I've searched & searched for an answer to why someone with so much promise and quality as my nephew could be taken from us so young ...... Only thing I could come up with is Pop must've needed help watching over me . We All Miss You Eddie
Added by Uncle Jim

Oh, my son, words could never say how very much I miss you. I will always love you, cherish your memories, and long for the day when we will be together again, in glory. Meet me at the gate.
Added by Mom
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