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Boese, Herman (1909-1966)

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Salem, Ore. &#8212; A head injury suffered in a fall from a ladder while painting a house proved fatal here to Herman Boese, 57, Salem building contractor. He died Sept 16 in a local hospital.
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Mr. Boese formerly farmed near Henderson, Neb., moving to Oregon in 1946. He was married in Nebraska to Evelyn Loewen, who survives with their two daughters and two sons.
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''Mennonite Weekly Review'' obituary: 1966 Nov 24 p. 12 <br>
 
''Mennonite Weekly Review'' obituary: 1966 Nov 24 p. 12 <br>

Revision as of 10:25, 16 November 2021

Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Sep 29 p. 3

Birth date: 1909 Jun 29 text of obituary:

Fall From Ladder Fatal to Salem, ore. building Contractor

Salem, Ore. — A head injury suffered in a fall from a ladder while painting a house proved fatal here to Herman Boese, 57, Salem building contractor. He died Sept 16 in a local hospital.

Mr. Boese formerly farmed near Henderson, Neb., moving to Oregon in 1946. He was married in Nebraska to Evelyn Loewen, who survives with their two daughters and two sons.


Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Nov 24 p. 12

text of obituary:

HERMAN BOESE

Herman Boese was born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boese on June 29, 1909, at Henderson, Neb. He passed away to be with the Lord on Friday afternoon, Sept. 9, 1966, at the Salem Memorial Hospital, 48 hours after receiving a skull fracture in a fall from a scaffold. He reached the age of 57 years, two months and 11 days.

He spent his boyhood with his parents on a farm near Henderson. In 1935 he moved to Madrid, Neb. where he engaged in farming until the fall of 1945.

On Oct. 20, 1935, he was united in marriage with Evelyn Boese at Alsen, N. D. This union was blessed with five children. One daughter, Frances Carol, preceded him in death at the age of six.

Mr. Boese with his family moved to Salem, Ore. in January 1946, where he took up the building trade in which he was engaged until the time of his death.

In the spring of 1936, the Holy Spirit through the Word of God convicted him of his lost condition and he received Jesus Christ as his personal Saviour from sin. He was baptized upon his confession of faith that same year. On Dec. 5, 1948, he was accepted into the Kingwood Bible Church, where he was a faithful member and devoted worked until the time of his death. For a number of years he served on the Board of Trustees and was also a member of the building committee during the time the church constructed its new sanctuary.

Those remaining to carry on the word he has laid down are: his wife, Evelyn; two sons, Dale and Max, both of Salem, Ore.; two daughters, Sheryl, Mrs. Clayton Steinke of Eugene, Ore., and Bonnie, a student at Colorado Women's College in Denver; two brothers, Henry H. of Denver, Colo. and Benjamin F. of Alexandria, Va.; one sister Minnie, Mrs. Rudolf Reimer of Monmouth, Ore.; and two grandchildren, Todd and Lori Boese, both of Salem. The Family.


Mennonite Weekly Review obituary: 1966 Dec 22 p. 12

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HERMAN BOESE

Herman Boese, 57, Salem, Ore. building contractor, died Friday afternoon, Sept. 9, at a Salem hospital from injuries suffered in a fall Wednesday, Sept. 7.

Mr. Boese, of 1980 Margaret St. NW, incurred a head injury when he fell from a house he was painting.

He farmed in Nebraska and came to Salem in 1946. He was a trustee of Kingwood Bible Church for many years. The church is establishing a memorial fund in his memory.

He was married in Nebraska to Evelyn Loewen who survives. Also surviving are sons Dale and max of Salem; daughters Sheryl Steinke of Eugene and Miss Bonnie Boese of Salem; brothers Henry of Denver, Colo., and Benjamin of Alexandria, Va.; sister Mrs. Minnie Reimer of Monmouth, ore., and two grandchildren.

Services were held Sept. 13 at 2 p.m. at Kingwood Bible Church with Rev. Leonard Vogt officiating. Interment was at Belcrest Memorial Park.

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