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About Denyc

Denyc Boles passion for Marion County reaches back to childhood. Growing up in rural south Salem, in the region represented by Senate District 10, she picked strawberries and worked in the local cannery in the summer before graduating from Sprague High School. She then attained a Bachelor’s degree in political science & sociology from Seattle Pacific University and a Master’s degree in Public Policy from Regent University.

Despite going to school out of state, Denyc has spent most of her life in the areas represented by Senate District 10. She now lives in the home she grew up in with her husband, fellow Sprague graduate Jeff Boles, and was the hub of many activities as they raised their three children, Maggie (23), Michael (21), and Anna (20).

Over the years she has owned and operated several small businesses, served as staff in the Oregon legislature and advocated for Salem Health. She has no illusions about the difficulty we face in our effort to improve our state, but believes that with faith, hard work, and experienced leadership we can make an impact in the legislature and our communities through positive partnerships.

She knows firsthand the power of building a community from fundraising for her child’s schools and activities to coaching at Boys and Girls Club, serving Greater Salem Young Life, and contributing as a citizen to the Marion County Budget Committee. Her years of community service paired with many years of legislative experience make her an effective member of the Legislature. She is thankful for the tremendous honor to represent you in the Oregon Senate.

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Denyc Boles
Simply devastating news tonight, the tragic death of Selma Pierce. The last text I received from Selma was this scripture from Romans 15:13, “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.” I will always treasure her thoughtful encouragement. May these words offer Bud and their children and all of us some measure of comfort. Godspeed Selma. What a remarkable woman.
Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
Just came across this. A good reminder. Took this picture in Plymouth a couple years ago.

“The real Thanksgiving story starts in 1621, in Plymouth Colony, Massachusetts. Life was hard for the Pilgrims during that first winter. Nearly all of them fell ill, and only half survived. But spring came, the crops were planted, and the first harvest was bountiful. Gov. William Bradford called a special feast to give thanks to God. They celebrated for a week, along with 100 Native Americans they invited to join them.”

Denyc Boles
Denyc Boles
As your kids become adults and cousins get married and have high risk family members you pivot (word of the year). This year we had a small table. But full of love and memories and facetime and fun. Jeff’s out delivering dinner to his dad. My brother and wife are swinging by to pick up their dinner package. What can I say? I made an 18lb turkey because free at Winco and I like to cook. Happy Thanksgiving everyone! 🦃
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Denyc Boles
New metric is rolling out in Dec. 3. More details can be found here -
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Denyc Boles
I love Thanksgiving. I love the food. I love friends and family. I love it’s simplicity. Faith, family, food, gratefulness. My heart hurts that this special holiday is being used to cause more division. People are angry because some will gather. Others are angry at those who don’t. Can we all take a collective deep breath? These are hard, complicated times. Our world has been upended and there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight. But I’m lying here trying to sleep and my son just walked in the door. He goes to school in Bend. I love him so. I’m glad he’s home. My youngest daughter is upstairs. They are likely talking and catching up. They love each other. They are 15 months apart, and didn’t always love each other. 😊 But now they do. My oldest daughter just celebrated two months of marriage and is happy. I won’t see the newlyweds on Thanksgiving, but it’s okay. These are the things that are right in my world. I invite you to look for your moments. They are there. Maybe pause...and see what is right in your world and give thanks. ❤️


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