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 Boehm--Anne
Died: 06/17/2017
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Boehm--Anne

Anne M. Boehm, 91, died June 17, 2017, on Hospice Care at St. Joseph's Villa, Flourtown,, Pennsylvania. Born July 16, 1925, a proud lifelong Jersey City resident, she was the daughter of the late Anna Coddington McGuire & John McGuire.

 

Upon graduation from Holy Family Academy, Bayonne, she was a secretary for Weitz, Greenberg & Weitz, Bayonne. She then worked as a secretary, CRT operator for Western Electric Co., Kearny for 34 years. She retired as a scanner for Pavonia Medical, Jersey City.

 

Anne was head of the Liturgy Committee. a Eucharistic Minister and member of the Choir at St. Paul the Apostle Church and a member of the Telephone Pioneers of America.

 

Beloved wife of the late James Boehm. Devoted mother of Therese Bredehoft (the late James), Richard Boehm (Bernice), Bro. Jack Boehm, O.F.M. Cap., Thomas (the late Katie) & the late Mark Boehm (Cathy). Loving grandmother of 12 & great-grandmother of 7. Dear sister of Sr. Therese McGuire, S.S.J., John McGuire (Marge), Patricia Larkin & Mary Landis.

 

Visitation Fri. 2-4 & 7-9pm at GREENVILLE MEMORIAL HOME 374 Danforth Ave. Jersey City. Everyone will meet at St. Paul the Apostle Church 14 Greenville Ave. (corner Old Bergen Rd.) Jersey City for Mass on Sat. June 24, 2017 at 10am. Anne will be buried with her husband in Holy Name Cemetery, Jersey City.

 

In lieu of flowers. Donations to: Capuchin Franciscan Friars 319 36th St. Union City NJ 07087 or Deborah Hospital Foundation Browns Mills, NJ or St. Joseph's Villa 110 W. Wissahickon Ave. Flourtown, Pa. 19031

 

No Viewing at Funeral Home Sat. Morning.

 
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My deepest condolences to all of you. I feel as if I have lost someone in my own family. Anne was a great lady, and she is certainly with the Lord. May she rest in peace! Sister Mary Helen
Sister Mary Helen Kashuba
My thoughts and prayers are with all the McGuire's at this time. I am very glad to have known Anne over the years. She was a grand lady. When we were young and my parents brought us over to the Linden Ave. house we had a good time. And I am glad to have known her in my own adult years. She'll be well remembered.
Steve Lemken
Anne Boehm became my grandmother through my mother's marriage when I was one year old. She was the first to teach me how to tap dance, sing, make hot cocoa and build a snowman. She brought magic into the room with her smile. Her unconditional love remained with me all my life. Most importantly, she showed me that strength comes from within and that loving others is the way to true happiness. She was "Grandma" and her legacy lives on through her family and mine.
Ana Elkins
Dear Mary, My deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your sister. Sincerely, Judy
Judy Saal
TO the Boehm and McGuire families. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. She was a wonderful woman who was an ICON in St. Paul the Apostle church. She was a classy woman who was an influential teacher and taught me lessons that I will carry with me for the rest of my life. You were a role model in so many ways that I don't know where to begin since I was 12. Thank you for helping my mother is so many ways when she needed it and for this I am truly grateful. You will be missed each and everyday. May God guide you on your way and may you soar the heavens with those Golden Wings you have so earned. God speed Mrs. Boehm, rest in peace and please pray for us so that we may follow in your foot steps of faith and hope as we continue on our journey after you. Until we meet again. Love Geralyn
Geralyn Feniello Coviello
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