OBITUARY

Dorothy Marilynn Boggemes

August 24, 1933March 13, 2019
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BOGGEMES, Dorothy Marilynn, age 85, of Bloomfield Hills, passed away on March 13, 2019. She was born in Detroit on August 24, 1933. Dorothy graduated from Lowrey High School and went on to receive an Associates in Commerce from Henry Ford Community College. She was married to Bradley T. Boggemes on February 6, 1954. Dorothy always had a passion for her family. She is survived by her children, Neil (Sandra), Bruce (Kim), Dale and Jody Sands; her grandchildren, Adam, Stephen, Kyle, Drew, Josh, and Kayla; her great grandchildren, Jackson, Liliana, Kate, and Elliot; her siblings, Shirley Comstock, Eileen (John) Kopacko, Audrey (Tom) Shinske, Raymond (Sharon) Karbon, Mike Karbon, Dave (Betty) Karbon, and Patrick (Carole) Karbon. Dorothy was preceded in death by her husband, Bradley T. Boggemes and her sister, Marie Karbon. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 from 10 AM-12 NOON, with a Funeral Service beginning at 12 NOON, at Family Funeral Care, 2904 Orchard Lake Rd., Keego Harbor, MI. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Kidney Fund (www.kidneyfund.org).

  • FAMILY

  • Bradley T. Boggemes, Husband
  • Neil (Sandra) Boggemes, Son
  • Bruce (Kim) Boggemes, Son
  • Dale Boggemes, Son
  • Jody Sands, Daughter
  • Adam, Stephen, Kyle, Drew, Josh, and Kayla, Grandchildren
  • Jackson, Liliana, Kate, and Elliot, Great Grandchildren
  • Shirley Comstock, Sister
  • Eileen (John) Kopacko, Sister
  • Audrey (Tom) Shinske, Sister
  • Marie Karbon, Sister
  • Raymond (Sharon) Karbon, Brother
  • Mike Karbon, Brother
  • Dave (Betty) Karbon, Brother
  • Patrick (Carole) Karbon, Brother

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, March 20, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, March 20, 2019
REMEMBERING

Dorothy Marilynn Boggemes

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Richard Kopacko

March 15, 2019

Summer vacationing to Racine, WI where they lived. When we went out from NY, we took our pillows and blankets as we usually slept out camp style on the floor or mattresses in the basement. Marilyn always came down to see that we were tucked in at night and she always asked if we were ‘comfy’. Never comfortable, but always ‘comfy’. As I grew up, it came to me that this is how she let us know she loved and cared for us as part of her extended family. She always had a different way of looking at life and enjoyed conversing with her nieces and nephews in telling amusing anecdotes. She laughed easy and everyone seemed to gravitate toward her. She did enjoy a hearty pinochle game as well! It would have been nice to have a game with her, but the last few years she was often tired and opted out of playing. She will be missed and continue to be loved by all of her family and friends. God speed Marilyn and may you Rest In Peace!!! Our love for you will continue and as long as we have memories of you, you will never truly die! We love you!!!

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