Myron Boeder

myron boeder
Myron Herman Boeder died on December 6, 2021 at age 77. He was born to Herman and Ruth Boeder of Sheldon ND on May 29th 1944. He is preceded by brother Virgil Boeder (Tammy) and survived by sister Lucille Roessler (O’Neil). He is also survived by his daughters from marriage to Fern Boeder - Kelly Fors (Bennett), Karen Richholt (Robert) and Emily Lynch (Greg) and grandchildren Bennett, William, and Katherine Fors; Nathan Richholt; Ella and Lily Lynch. Myron’s primary career was at NDSU as a technician for the cereal chemistry and technology department. Myron had many interests with fishing likely the highest on his list. He loved socializing and delighted in a good practical joke and enjoyed deer hunting, gardening, dogs and cats, cooking, chess and his high school sport, basketball. He loved driving his “pick’em up” truck with some Shania Twain on the player. Special thanks to Maryhill Manor staff in Enderlin for their kindness and care these last few years and to all who tended to his wellbeing.

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  1. Myron you will be missed by so many that loved and cared so much about you. Everyone at Maryhill enjoyed having you around. If you were having a bad day i will come and have a chat with you while cleaning your room and ask you “what was wrong”, “who were you mad at”, etc. Than I would ask “if you were still my friend” and your response always made me happy. Your response was “I sure hope so”. I miss you so much my best friend but you are in a better place now watching over everyone who you cared about.

  2. Myron was my neighbor so many years back in West Fargo. We had so many good times playing bridge with him and Fern and his partner Bert. He and Bert worked together at NDSU so would make plans on how to try to bid as to fool or confuse Fern and I. We put a penny in the pot for every trick you went down. Surprisingly we frequently had enough for a bottle of wine to share. It was so sad when he had his car accident and everything changed.

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