Obit: Boehning, Bethel "Betty" (1929 – 2016)
Surnames: Hebert, Boehning, Johnson, Pascoe, Neumann, Oestreich, Zahn, Will, Gits
Source: Marshfield News Herald (Marshfield, WI) 24 Sep 2016
Boehning, Bethel "Betty" (15 MAR 1929 – 24 SEP 2016)
Bethel (Betty Hebert) Boehning, formerly of Marshfield, WI and Apple Valley, MN. She passed away peacefully in her home on September 14, 2016 with her daughters and grand-daughter attending to her.
Memorial Services at home.
Betty was born March 15, 1929 in Greenwood, WI, Clark County to Lloyd and Julia (Johnson) Hebert. She moved to the Spencer and Marshfield area in 1944, and attended Marshfield Senior High School, graduating in 1947.
She married Raymond E. Boehning on January 28, 1950 at the former St. Mathews Church which later became Faith Lutheran Church where they were members until moving to Apple Valley, MN in 1990. The couple celebrated their 50th Anniversary in 2000.
Betty worked for many years in the Marshfield School Hot Lunch Program at Grant Elementary School and later owned and operated Bette's Cafe in the Hotel Charles building.
Betty is survived by 3 children, Bruce (Shelley) Boehning of Arimo, ID; Nancy Pascoe of Houston, TX; and Kathy Boehning of Henderson, NV, with whom Betty made her home since 2004. Four sisters, Ruby (Raymond) Neumann, Lois (Richard) Oestreich, Virgean Zahn, Arlene (Ralph) Will; sisters-in-law Shirley (Virgil) Hebert and Verleen (Ward) Hebert. Eight grandchildren, 4 great grandchildren, many nieces and nephews and 3 young girls (Jamie, Alyssa, and Makenzie Gits) of Burnsville, MN that Betty cared for from birth until moving to Nevada in 2004.
Betty was preceded in death by her Mother and Father; her husband; four brothers, Donald, Gerald, Virgil, and Ward Hebert, all of the Spencer/Marshfield area. Brothers-in-law Raymond Neumann and Ralph Will; and one granddaughter, Kristina Marie Harriman.
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