Herman “Keith” Samson Boles II

Herman “Keith” Samson Boles II

September 26, 1980 - March 15, 2021

Herman “Keith” Samson Boles II

September 26, 1980 - March 15, 2021


Herman (Keith) Samson Boles, II, “Echo”, age 40, unexpectedly passed away on March 15, 2021, in Clarksville, TN.

Keith was born on September 26, 1980, in Tyler, TX to parents Susan Beaird Boles, and Charles W. Boles.

From a young age, he has been a fan of the arts. He has always been a gifted artist since grade school. As he grew older, his curated artistry grew into a passion. He devoted his time and honed his God-given talent and skills to become the talented tattoo artist that he is today. Echo worked as a Tattoo Artist for over 20 years, creating masterpieces for each unique individual that sat in his presence. “I’m tattooing one soul at a time.”

“Each person’s tattoo is a mark of the soul.”

Keith is preceded in death by his father. Keith is survived by his mother and best friend: Susan Boles of Tyler, TX; brothers: Patrick Charles Boles of Tyler, TX; Wesley Gillespie of Oklahoma City, OK; sisters:  Vanessa Sue Behrends of Big Spring, TX and Amy Sue Lowe of Austin, TX; and Kayla Hughes of Nacogdoches, TX; six nephews; two nieces; and several aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with arrangements. You may send the family your sympathy or share your memories at cremationsocietyoftn.com.

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3 responses to Herman “Keith” Samson Boles II

  1. valeria says:

    “Chill then, inhale… Exhale…Breathe in. BELIEVE. We die only once. Then think.. Live every day!!!” That was his message to everyone.

  2. Momma says:

    I love you, son, and know that you are in God’s hands now. He said, “Time to come home…” you said..” say when, I’m there!”

  3. C.D. Shannon says:

    I’m truly sorry for your loss… Herman I’ll miss you bubba. Watch over your family and look after them. And, When the time comes, I will see you again for some more ink. Until then.

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