William H. III “Bill” BOEHME, age 73, of Parma, passed away at home on Sat. Aug. 20. Beloved husband of 43 years to Dineen E. (nee Pawloski). Dearest father of William S. and Brett A. (Stephanie). Loving grandfather of Anthony and Evan. Dear uncle and friend to many.
VISITATION, THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 4-8 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD. PARMA (BETWEEN SNOW AND RIDGE ROADS). FUNERAL SERVICE, FRIDAY, AUG. 26, 10:00 AM AT THE FUNERAL HOME.
Bill was born in Cleveland on July 24, 1949 to Carmella & William Boehme. He was a Navy Vet. of the Vietnam War. Bill worked at LSE Galvanizing and retired from Mittal Steel Co. in 2010. He enjoyed breakfast with his friends at Luna’s Diner, hunting at his property with his two sons, riding his Harley Davidson and working on his motorcycles and ATV’s. Bill was always willing to help a friend in need and loved to make others laugh. He loved spending time with his two grandsons, Anthony and Evan, and grandpets, Swisher, Rousey and Louie. He will be greatly missed.
Messages of Condolence
So sorry to hear. I can’t believe it. Bill was always upbeat and funny. We knew him for 45 years. My prayers are with u at this time…
Bill you were like a brother to me and our times together. It won’t be the same without you buddy! Until we meet again. Love you like a brother!
You were a very special soul, so easy to get along with and such a humble human being. I will really miss talking to you
Dear friends I’m so sorry to hear Mr boehme passed away im lost for words I know God is welcoming him to his kingdom he was such a generous and kind and funny person I knew him for 12 years only but he was just super genuine in his personality I really hope you all find peace and know he’s in a good place he will be greatly missed I hope to stay close in contact and if you all need any help at all with the property please do not be shy to ask we are here for you
So sorry for your loss.
Your Dad will be missed not only by family but also his Fernhill neighbors
If I needed something he was always the first to help out.
Your Dad n I grew up together n I have fond memories of our
Sending lots of hugs n prayers to the Boehme family.
Dear Dinesen, Bill and Brett..
I am so sorry Bill has left us, even though he will always have a place in our hearts and memories.
I am not able to get to Zabors, but am praying for you all.
I hope you are cuddling those new babies to comfort yourselves.
Love you, Jean
Haven’t been there for most lse funerals, but, this is different, it’s bill. I am so sorry. He was more than a coworker and veteran. He was also a submariner
Dineen, Bill and Brett,
I was shocked when Paul called to tell me about Bill. We knew each other for almost 60 years. During that time we did everything from Scouting activities to card playing, with working on projects at his place down south in between. He was always ready to lend a hand if you needed his help. And he was also always ready to come up with a practical joke or crazy story, especially at our card games. I will miss him, as will all of us. But, knowing Bill, he most likely will liven up Heaven.
So sorry to hear about your loss. Praying for him and the whole family.
I am so sorry for your loss. Bill was more than a friend, my girls called him Uncle Bill. He will be missed by many. He was always there for a helping hand. Let us never forget all the practical jokes and gags. He was more than a friend, he was a brother. Bill you will be missed, but never forgotten. Welcome home brother.
So sorry to hear the loss of ur dad. Prayers and hugs to you and your family and lots of love ❤️. Ur dad was always there with a helping hand whenever someone needed something. Again I’m so sorry for ur loss.
Bill will be missed greatly, I was trained by him at LSE steel,Hvac maintenance. The calls will be missed ,Thanks for sharing your wealth of knowledge! To the family my deepest sympathy.
Wes and I are so very sorry to hear about Bill you are in our thoughts and prayers.