Marguerite (nee Zangrando) Boehm

  • Born: January 15, 1938
  • Died: November 21, 2021
  • Location: West Chester

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Broomall, PA 19008

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Tribute & Message From The Family


Loving Wife, Mother, and Grandmother

Boehm
1938~2021

Marguerite (nee Zangrando) age 83 of West Chester, PA passed away on November 21, 2021

Marguerite was born in January 1938 to Fiora and Mario Zangrando in Hoboken, N.J. and was raised on the family's chicken farm. She attended Hampton Elementary School and North Hunterdon Regional High School, followed by Cedar Crest College and Churchman's Business College.

In 1959 she married George Boehm and they had 2 children together Theodore G., and Fiora Moyer.

Marguerite was active in the Junior Women's Club participating in many drama productions. Later, the family moved to Lancaster, PA where she joined the
Red Rose chapter of the Sweet Adeline's acapella singing group and would become President and show chairperson, they participated in their Region 19 Chapter competition for advancement to the international level.

In the 80's Marguerite transferred to the 100 member Harrisburg Sweet Adeline Chapter, where she also became President and show chairperson.
This chapter also won the Region 19 competition several times to participate in the international level, finishing in the top 10 several times.

Later in life, Marguerite was a dedicated "KiKi" (grandmom) to her 2 grandsons Dante and Maximo. She made them her number one priority. One a recent
graduate of Brown University and the other in Medical School. Her joys were cooking, decorating, singing with the church choir, and spending time at her beach house.

She also was a member of several clubs, including the book club, the bridge club and an antique study group.

Survived by her beloved husband of 62 yrs. George H., her cherished children, Theodore "Ted" Boehm and Fiora Moyer (Philip); her two adoring grandchildren Dante and Maximo Moyer; and many dear friends.

All services will be private as per the family's request.

Contributions in Marguerite's name may be made to the unite for her at https://uniteforher.salsalabs.org/inmemoryofmargueritebohm/index.html
would be appreciated

A live stream of the service will begin promptly at 2PM at https://twitter.com/danjolell2811?s=09

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Condolence & Memory Journal

Marguerite was my best friend for many years. We could share our joys and disappointments and it would remain confidential. We could laugh together and cry together. Enjoying one another’s company and having fun was our main goal.
I miss her voice and our chats. I’m sure she is singing in God’s choir. Hope to join
her there in the same chorus. You are a cherished memory.

Love,

Jane Riley

Posted by Jane Riley - Lancaster, PA - friend   February 26, 2022

I was surprised and saddened to hear of Cousin Marguerite's passing. Our deepest sympathies to George and the entire family. Marguerite was always kind and sweet to me and others in my family. From all The Frederico's, condolences and love to all. Rest well dear Marguerite.

Posted by Rudy Frederocp - Oak Point, TX - Family   January 05, 2022

Dear George & Family, we are so very sorry to hear of your loss of sweet Marguerite. She was such a lovely lady always kind and friendly. We always had a fun time and good laugh's when we got together.
We will miss seeing her in the neighborhood as well as at Book Club. We have happy memories of her.

Posted by Ed & Terry Shields - West Chester, PA - Neighbor   November 28, 2021

George, Pat and I extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family. Half the fun of going to the Walnut Street Theater was spending time before and during the show with both of you. We'll always remember the time we shared at your shore home. Marguerite was warm and gracious with a wonderful sense of humor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by Ron & Pat DeColli - Wenonah, NJ - Friend   November 24, 2021

Maggie, my much loved cousin. I will greatly miss our frequent lengthy conversations of shared recipes, politics, humor but mostly our trips down memory lane together of family history, Hampton and our beloved ancestors. I'm sure you are with them now. You leave a void in my heart. Love you

Posted by Susan Vaughan - Lincoln City, OR - family   November 23, 2021


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