Funeral Service will be live streamed. Memorial contributions in memory of Jack may be directed to Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Suite 200 4545 Parliament Ave. Regina, SK S4W 0G3 or to a Charity of one's Choice. John (Jack) Boehm Funeral Live Stream https://youtu.be/zxWK4XF1B_4 John Anthony Boehm (Jack) passed away peacefully at Melfort Hospital on Feb 2, 2021 at the age of 96. He is lovingly remembered by his wife Theresa of 68 wonderful years, his 3 daughters and their spouses, 4 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Jeani Fredrickson and Alex Graham, Lisa Fredrickson, Zoë & Halö Mora. Paulette Boehm and Inez Cardinal, Sherm Edwards. Lois and Maurice Heisler, Greg and Erin Heisler, Hailey, Jackson; Joanne and Rob Dudiak, Finnley and Graham. Jack is also survived by brother in laws Bernie (Dorothy) Isbister, David (Nancy) Isbister; Sister in law Jean (Edward) Groat and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by parents Teresa and Josef Boehm. Brothers, sisters and spouses. Ignatius Boehm, Teresa and Mike Goller, Mary, Elizabeth and Tony Koslowski, Anne, Helen and George Zsombor, Frank and Veronica Boyle. Sister in law and spouse Rita and Bob King. Jack was born September 3, 1924 on his family farm near Wakaw Saskatchewan. He attended school near there at the Lone Pine school until the 8th grade. His favorite thing to do as a young man on the farm was to go out with his .22 and hunt. He could tell the best stories about his youth on the farm, his horses, working on the thrashing crews, chasing pigs and countless more. He lived and worked on the farm until he met and married the love of his life on October 4, 1952. They were blessed to have 68 years together. They made their first home in Prince Albert where their 3 girls were born. Dad worked as a plumber in the earlier years while they lived in Nipawin and later in Melfort. Then in 1965 they moved to Kinistino where he built his career as the manager of the Kinistino Co-op lumber yard. They continued to live in Kinistino for the past 56 years where they raised their family watching it grow and treasuring the visits from the grandchildren and great grandchildren. Their house was always open to family and friends and welcoming them at a moment’s notice. Dad always maintained his love of farming was able to spend countless hours out on the Boyle farms and made great memories. In his retirement he loved his garden and flowers and sitting out on the deck in the mornings with his coffee and special visits from kids in the neighbourhood. As soon as he had the garden cleaned up in the fall he was already planning the next year’s planting. Dad was well known for being a Jack of all trades, giving the best hugs, telling a good story and that twinkle in his eye. He radiated love, kindness and joy making everyone he met feel loved and important. Heaven just gained a beautiful angel. ♥ To plant Memorial Trees in memory of John (Jack) Anthony Boehm, please click here to visit our Sympathy Store.
Chapel of Melfort Funeral Home Saturday, February 06, 2021 2:00 PM Email Details 111 McLeod Avenue West Melfort, Sask. S0E 1A0 Directions