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Services

James Clifton Moon

November 10, 1937 ~ August 20, 2019

Services will be held: August 24, 2019

Darryl James Heuser

Dec. 1, 1953 ~ Aug. 21, 2019

Services will be held:

Betty Z. Cowing

August 15, 1922 ~ August 20, 2019

Services will be held: August 23, 2019

Oral Wise

March 1, 1952 ~ August 19, 2019

Services will be held: August 24, 2019

Joseph Rickey “Rick” French

August 28, 1945 ~ August 17, 2019

Services will be held: August 28, 2019

Martin “Matt” Willoughby

Feb. 9, 1950 ~ Aug. 6, 2019

Services will be held: September 6, 2019

Jean Carroll Kaplan

October 23, 1933 ~ August 17, 2019

Services will be held: At a later date

Bryan-Lee Funeral Homes

Brenda Kay Ward

September 3, 1945 ~ August 16, 2019

Services will be held: August 19, 2019

Johannes (John) Peter Boehm



November 19, 1939 ~ May 15, 2019

With full hearts, we are deeply saddened that John Boehm, aged 79, passed on at the UNC Hospital on Wednesday, May 15th, 2019.

John was born in Hamburg Germany on Sunday, November 19, 1939. That same year the Boehm family fled to upper Selia. Six years later in 1945 the Boehm family once again returned to Hamburg where John had to attend school in a gymnasium. In 1956 his family migrated to Lefton Illinois, and one year later they moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana. John graduated high school, and then attended Indiana University. In 1958 he began his career with International Harvester. Fifteen years later in 1973, he was able to return to Guenuburg Germany. He had switched companies and began working for Mengele until 1977. John’s greatest asset to his company was the fact that he spoke five languages, therefore was able to travel all over the world conducting business while also fulfilling his passion of traveling. In 1978, John moved to Madison Wisconsin where he finished out his career with the now merged company Krone & Niemayer Mengele. John later became a manager in marketing with an air purification company where he met his wife Dorothy. In 1995 he left the air business to pursue a renovation profession. John was an all-around handyman who later used his skills working with his wife in their renovation business until he retired.

John was a friend to all and had many who will continue to cherish him in their hearts. John is proceeded in death by his daughter Heidi. Survived by his wife Dorothy Boehm, sister Marianne Schneider, with her husband Ludwig and nephew Daniel. His son John and daughter Chrisitina. Stepson John C. Schebig, Walter Small III with wife Leanna, and stepdaughters Kim Schebig, and Cheri Small. His grandchildren, Samantha, Nikolas, Walter IV, and Mason.

In loving memory, his family and friends may smile to think of the wise, humble and golden-hearted man that was John. He was also a good Christian, a peacemaker who always acted out of kindness. Those who talked with John knew what a wonderful listener he was. One of John’s favorite quotes is by Plato, “Wise men talk because they have something to say. Fools talk because they have to say something.” John was the wise man.

Public viewing for John Boehm will be at Wake Memorial Mausoleum on Saturday, May 18th at 12:15pm followed by a service at 1:00 pm. Thoughts and prayers go out to all who loved him.


Visitation

May 18, 2019

12:15 pm

Wake Memorial Mausoleum
7002 Green Hope School Road, Cary, NC 27519

Service

May 18, 2019

1:00 pm

Wake Memorial Park Mausoleum
7002 Green Hope School Road, Cary, NC 27519

Guestbook

  1. Ebub Autry and Billy Graham

    Dorothy and family we send hugs. Sorry for your loss. May you feel love in your many memories.

  2. Jolene McGehee

    John help me with keeping up my house on Townedge Court in Raleigh. How I enjoyed talking to him and he had a special place in his heart for Dorothy. I was sorry when he retired from the handyman work . I know there is a special place in heaven for such a fine person.
    Jolene McGehee
    jolenemcgehee@gmail.com

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