Myron Boluch of Scituate died on August 7 at the age of 95 at the Bedford Veterans Long Term Care Facility. Myron “Mike’ loved life and lived it to its fullest. Raised in Amherst, MA he was the son of the late Anna Bohuslawska and Wasyl Boluch. He graduated from Amherst High School, and in 1944 from Amherst College where he played baseball and graduated Magna Cum Laude and was a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. He received his J.D. in 1950 from Harvard Law School. Devoted to his country, he served a total of 27 years active and reserve duty in the US Merchant Marine and US Navy. Husband of the late Louise Doyle Boluch, brother of the late Pauline Boluch of Amherst, Eleanor Utrecht of Cincinnati, Bohdan Boluch of Amherst, and Theodore Boluch of Albany, New York. Myron is survived by his beloved daughters Kathleen of Cohasset, Anne and her husband Anthony Vegnani of Scituate, and Mary and her husband Peter Kennefick of Walpole. He was predeceased by his daughter Cynthia. He is also survived by his 8 adoring grandchildren: Ariel, Michael, Jack, Olivia, William, Mathew, Allison and Sophia. Myron will be forever remembered by his nieces, nephews and extended family and dear friends. Dedicated to his country, Myron left Amherst College in the fall of 1941 to enlist in the Navy right after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. He was sent to officer training school at Kings Point Merchant Marine Academy, graduating with special honors, and soon found himself on a transport carrying 500 troops to Normandy. His next assignment was on the SS Thomas Donaldson carrying supplies with a convoy to the Russian Port of Murmansk. Half way to its destination, the ship was torpedoed by a German U boat, and Myron was one of the few survivors. When the war ended he f inished at Amherst College and one week after receiving his law degree from Harvard, he went back on active duty with the Navy when the Korean War broke out. He was discharged from the Navy as a Lt. Commander in 1953. He received many commendations including a D-day invasion medal. On October 8, 1992 he received a Bronze Medal for his actions during the deadly “Murmansk run.” In 1955 he married Louise Doyle and they resided happily in Scituate for over 50 years. Myron practiced law for 60 years, specializing in Admiralty, Railroad, Labor and personal injury law. He was Master and Arbitrator by appointment, handling cases throughout New England, including the Andrea Doria collision. He was an original member of the Harvard Law Defenders. They were considered pioneers who assisted countless defendants nearly 15 years before attorneys were appointed pubic expense to represent clients. Myron was an active member of the Scituate community. He was a member of the Conservation Committee and the Renewable Energy Committee. An avid outdoorsman and hunter, he was a lifetime member of the NRA and member and legal counsel for the Scituate Rod and Gun Club. He was devoted to his Ukrainian heritage as a member of the Ukrainian National Association and Ukrainian American Veterans, Post 31 Boston. His many hobbies included, clamming, bee keeping (Uncle Myron’s Honey) as well caning chairs. He adored his wife and his girls and was passionate about spending time with his grandchildren. Visiting hours: Monday, August 20 from 3-7 pm at McNamara-Sparrell Funeral Home at 1 Summer Street, Cohasset, MA. A funeral mass will be held on Tuesday, August 21 at Christ the King Ukrainian Catholic Church, 146 Forest Hills St. in Jamaica Plain 02130 at 10 am. Services will conclude with burial at the National Cemetery in Bourne, MA at 2:30 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Myron’s memory may be made to celebrate his love of reading by sending support to the Scituate Library Foundation, 85 Branch Street, Scituate MA 02066 or to support the families of veterans at “The Fisher House” PO Box 230, South Walpole, MA 02071.