Vera Frances Bohne
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Vera Frances Bohne
  • February 5, 1930 - August 9, 2016
  • McGregor, Texas

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Vera "Sue" Bohne, 86, of McGregor, passed away surrounded by her loving family, on Tuesday, August 9, 2016. Funeral Services will be 10 am, Friday, August 12, at Zion Lutheran Church of McGregor, Rev. Christine Farrow presiding. The family will receive friends from 5-7 pm, Thursday, August 11, Cole Funeral Home, McGregor.

Sue was born February 5, 1930, in Lorena to Charlie and Sara Ann Moreland. She attended Lorena High School, and graduated from McGregor High School. She was employed by Texas Farm Bureau, in Waco, and retired with 35 years of service in 1990. Sue, Bill Hoover, and John Bentley organized the Texas Farm Bureau Retirees Club, and Sue served as secretary-treasurer for several years. She was a long time member of McLennan County Farm Bureau, and she also served as secretary-treasurer of McLennan County Farm Bureau Prime Timer's Club. Sue always said work was her hobby.

After retiring from Texas Farm Bureau, she decided to enter the work force again, and was employed by Norwest Mortgage, Big Red, and Darr Equipment for years. National Lloyds Insurance Company of Waco employed Sue from 2001 to 2011. At age 82, Sue enrolled in computer classes and met several new friends. One special friend was Mrs. B.J. Williams of Waco.

Mrs. Bohne married Wilbur Bohne in 1974 in McGregor. Sue's pride and joy were her grandchildren Dr. Tonya Davis and husband, Ross Caraway, and Shelley Davis.

Sue was preceded in death by her parents; husbands, Bill Plemons and Wallace Hardy; her siblings; and her precious canine BeBe.

Survivors include husband, Wilbur Bohne of McGregor; daughter, Phyllis (Plemons) Davis and husband, Ronnie, of Waco; granddaughters, Dr. Tonya Davis, and husband, Ross Caraway of Waco, Shelley Davis of Round Rock; step-sons Dale Bohne, and Keith Bohne; grandchildren, Shannon Bohne, Clay Bohne, Corky Bohne, Azure (Bohne) Mach and husband, Paul; several greatgrandchildren; and her cat Jimmy John.

Honorary pallbearers will be Texas Farm Bureau Retiree's Club and McLennan County Prime Timer's Club.