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Gene A. Boehm January 31, 1930 - February 26, 2013

Barnes Family Funerals - Brian Gribbon

Gene A. Boehm, age 83 of Sparta, MO, passed away suddenly in his home Tuesday, February 26, 2013. Gene was born January 31, 1930 in Fairview Heights, Illinois the son of August and Bertha Boehm. Gene worked for Union Electric all of his life. He attended college while working and received a Associate Degree in chemistry. He then finished his career as a chemist with Union Electric. Gene is lovingly survived by his wife, Martha, children and many other caring relatives and friends. Honoring Gene’s request his body has been cremated under the care and direction of Barnes Family Funeral Home, Ozark. Memorial services for Gene will be at a later date. Online condolences may be shared at www.barnesfamilyfunerals.com.

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    Brittany Miler says

    Granddad I will miss you! You were a great man I remember when I was just a little girl you taught me how to line dance and I have so many other great memories with you. I’m sorry we didn’t get to see each other one last time, but I know your looking down on all of us right now and I know you’d want us to keep smiling! Until we meet again I love you and R.I.P.
    P.S. Keep an eye on Reese he will be 2 this year and I know he would have loved you just as much as all of us <3

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    Susan (Boehm) Bayton says

    Even though we lived miles apart, I thought of you often and missed you everyday. You were the greatest father a child could ask for and I will forever miss you! I am glad that you were my father, its because of you that I am the person I am today! I know that you are with god now and that gives me comfort! When it’s my turn to pass, I know that we will meet again, until then I Love and miss you! Love your daughter Susan

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    David Boehm says

    So sorry that Grandpa has passed away. I know that many cared for him.

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    Bruce & Becky Boehm says

    Dad was a kind, gentle man who will be remembered for his amazing woodworking talents. The creations we have hanging in our home that were made from hands are more valuable than anything else we could possible own. They have always meant a lot but now have even more meaning. The kids all have such wonderful memories of the time spent on the lake and the amazing house you built. I will always be indebted to you for pulling David in from his fall off of the pontoon inches from him hitting the water!!! You even lost your prize fishing pole because of it.

    We love you and will miss you but see your face and hear your voice every time we see the love you gave us from your own hands hanging on our walls. We know you are with the Lord and will see you again.

    Bruce and Becky

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    Carolyn (Boehm) Miller says

    Dear Dad, I will miss you terribly. I know that you went peacefully and the way that you would have wanted to go. I love you and will call and talk to Marty to help us both through this rough time. You rest now and we will see each other again. Love you always, Carolyn

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    Robin Boehm Chick says

    Sound’s like you passed on in your sleep, thank fully it was peaceful passing. We will miss you and love you. Thank you for being our father! I am sorry we didn’t get to see you much, the picture’s you posted on facebook of you when you were little were so special, I loved them.

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    Jeffrey Bayton Jr. & Jennifer Scarnati says

    Dear Pap,
    I’m so sad that your gone. I love you and miss you. and I know your in heaven looking down on me. I’m sorry that I couldn’t come see you this past summer but I will come see in heaven one day. the rest of the family has my condolences. Love you, Jeffrey and Jenn

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    Nicole Bayton says

    Soon as you reached a better place, Still I’ll give the world to see your face. It feels like you’ve gone too soon.. The hardest thing to do is say bye.. Rest In Peace Pap ♥

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    Megan Redman says

    Upsetting that I didn’t get to go back down and visit after a couple of years ago. The new house was beautiful and we had so much fun visiting. It was the first time I was there since I was a baby. I remember my Dad always telling me how good of a cook you were and how smart. He was definitely right! Your chili was the best. Glad that you’re in a better place and went peacefully.

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    Stanley & Candice Shoaf says

    Our sadness of the passing of our dear friend Gene, and thoughts are with our dear friend Marty. Together we had so many hours of fun games, and dancing. You will still be an amazing couple that proved love can stand strong.