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Fred Bohmer

August 13, 2011

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Boulger Funeral Home, Fargo.

Fred Bohmer

August 13, 2011

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16 responses to “Fred Bohmer”

  1. Tom and Lea Bohmer says:

    Omaha NebraskaWhat can we say about Fritz? He was the most lovable father, husband, brother, grandfather and unkle ever. His humor was unmatched by anyone. Glady, Nancy, Cindy, Tim, Kari, Dan and John our prayers are with you always.

  2. John Bohmer says:

    Faribault MN
    Thank you dad for all the wonderful years you gave us. I miss you so much and wish you could have stayed forever.

    Love you,

    John

  3. rich Unterseher says:

    Fargo n dI would like the family know
    how sorry I am for their loss.

  4. Marla Bopp says:

    Wahpeton N DMY DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO YOUR FAMILY
    SINCERELY,MARLA BOPP

  5. Toni Planteen says:

    Love you Fat Grandpa!

  6. sandra finley says:

    hARRISBURG OrMy dearest friend

    My prayers go out to all your family, I Love you nancy and as we both know our dads are actually in a better place and at peace. My dad will be gone 2 years in Dec and yes we were all so sad because he is missed so much b ut hes at peace and free finally. If you need to talk you know my number give your mom a big hug for me.

  7. Krystal Wallace says:

    Early txMay God Bless you as I know He has, I am greatful for the time he allowed us to have you on Earth, the stories, laughter,and memories we each have, the wonderful wife, children greatchildren you have will continue to keep your memories going I love you You will be missed,
    ‘quote that was given to me hope it will help you all as it has me more times then you know” Your Dad/Husband has not left you…He has only relocated…waiting for all of you in the future….Love Krystal

  8. Sheryl Swanson says:

    Gladys & family, so sorry to hear about Fred. I’m thinking of all of you and the good times I had at your house. If I came over when Fred was home, he would always give me that stern, kind of scary look, and say “what are you here for?” He scared me at first, but then I realized, that was Fred being welcoming! In true Fred form, the last time I saw him, at Nancy’s 50th birthday party, he walked up to me and said “what are you here for?” It’s so painful to lose your husband or Dad. We have been through it in my family, and time takes some of the pain away, but there’s not a day that goes by even 11 years later that I don’t think of my Dad and miss him. It will get easier, but it takes a lot of time.
    My Mother, Mary Chezick would also like to extend her sympathy to your family.
    Please know we are thinking of you.

  9. Carla-Jo Bohmer Mummey says:

    Ralston NEDear Aunt Glady and family. My heartfelt condolences to you. The last few days I have been remembering all of the fun times that I had with all of you when I was little. I will miss Uncle Fritz very much. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love, Carla-Jo

  10. Tracie Bohmer Fick says:

    Papillion NEAunt Gladys, Nancy, Cindy, Tim, Kari, Dan, and John, I just wanted to tell you that I love you all, and I am so sorry for the loss of your husband and dad. I loved him with all of my heart as well. Uncle Fritz was an amazing person who brought so much joy to my life growing up. I’m take comfort in the fact that he is at peace. Thank you for all the love you showed me and my family over the years. My thoughts and prayers have been and will continue to be with you. Love, Tracie

  11. Glenn &Marlene Rolstad says:

    west fargo nd Glady and family, We were sorry to hear of your loss, we will be thinking of you at this diffacult time.

  12. Bonnie Christopherson says:

    Dilworth MN
    Glady, Love and Hugs for you. You are in our prayers. Bonnie and Roger.

  13. Bonnie Klitzke says:

    St Cloud MN
    Fritz was a cantankerous old fart who loved giving you a hard time but could take it too! He loved his family and all though he was not a real demonstrative man, when he talked about his kids you could see and hear the pride in his voice. He love PBR and he could blow that harmonica! He took pride in his work and worked hard, for his family. He didn’t sugarcoat things, but he had integrity and his word of honor was his bond.

    Gladys, you and the family are in our thoughts and prayers. You have many memories to keep him near you. He will be missed and he won’t be forgotten. Our love to you all –
    Erik & Bonnie Klitzke

  14. rita lattimore says:

    Thinking about you little lady -loved all the wonderful stories you shared about “Fritz”.

  15. Joanne Hanson says:

    Moorhead MnGlady,

    Just want you to know I am thinking of you, be looking forward to seeing you soon.

  16. Nancy Bohmer Planteen says:

    Forman ND
    Thank you dad, i love you so much, we will all see to it that mom is always ok!

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