Bruce Allen BOEHNER
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Bruce Allen BOEHNER
  • June 16, 1938 - December 19, 2016
  • Pasadena, Texas

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Bruce A. Boehner, 78, of Pasadena, Texas passed away Sunday, December 18, 2016 with his



loving daughter, Cindy (Robert) Chandler of Baytown, Texas and beloved friend, Brenda



Boehner at his side. Bruce was born June 16, 1938 in Willmar, Minnesota to Roy Boehner and



Marion (Kohn) Boehner who preceded him in death. He is also survived by: one son, Bruce



“Chip” (Terri) Boehner of Boerne, Texas; three grandsons, Keith Martinez of Pasadena, Texas;



Casey Boehner of Boerne, Texas; and Cale Boehner of Deer Park, Texas; two great grandsons,



Isaiah Martinez and Kash Martinez; two sisters; Mary (Ernie) Laferney of Las Vegas, Nevada, and



Barbara (John) Miller of Kenosha, Wisconsin. He was also preceded in death by a nephew.



Bruce will be remembered as a success in everything he did. He was self employed in many



different fields most of his life. Bruce owned Bruce’s “Be Right Back” Body Shop in Pasadena,



Texas, a Mexican Import Business, Lindsey Water Softener Franchise, Big Star Drive-In in



Kenosha, Wisconsin, which he carried on from his parents who started the fast food restaurant



in 1954 and is still a family owned business, Skylark Apartments in Pasadena, Texas, and Liberty



Opry in Liberty, Texas. His passion was playing pool and restoring cars. Many will remember



him and his Model-A Pick-Up. He also had his own racing team and built winning race cars that



his son raced. He could create, build, or fix anything and he loved to share his knowledge and



expertise as well as lend a helping hand to his family and friends. He will be greatly missed by



all. His family is honoring his wishes that there will be no memorial services. Donations can be



made to Harbor Hospice of Houston, Texas or pancreatic cancer research in his honor.