Born: November 3, 1927 - Deceased: April 22, 2020
Malcolm “Mal” J. Boehmer Jr., 92, of O’Fallon, IL, born Thursday, November 3, 1927 in East St. Louis, IL, passed away Wednesday, April 22, 2020 at Edwardsville Care Center in Edwardsville, IL.
Malcolm “Mal” was a Co-owner and Vice President of Estimating for Niehaus Construction Services. He was a member of St. Matthew United Methodist Church Belleville IL, Past Treasurer of Illinois Junior Chamber of Commerce, Past Board of Directors of the American Subcontractors Association, American Society of Professional Estimators Inc., Past President of Belleville Kiwanis Club and a Charter member of Rotary Club of Fairview Heights. He served in the U.S. Army.
He was preceded in death by his:
Surviving are his:
Memorials: Memorials may be made to the Rotary Club of Fairview Heights
Funeral: Private services were held. Entombment at Valhalla Gardens of Memory Mausoleum, Belleville, IL. Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Praying for you at his time of sadness.
Mal had a big heart and a tender spirit. I looked forward to his big hug on Sunday mornings at St. Matthew. Mal and Jeri were good friends with my parents, Clint and Lois Snyder – I believe high school classmates. Pretty sure there is quite a class reunion and celebration going on in heaven. Prayers to all during this difficult time.
Malcolm had 5 step-grandchildren
Larry’s 3rd Wife Debra Married to Larry for 21 year’s, has 5 Children from 2 previous Marriages
William Sydney Nesheim Jr
Amy Lynn Nesheim Joersz
Sarah Elizabeth Misuraca
Maria Francesca Misuraca
Carla Christine Misuraca
Malcolm please give Jermain hugs from me and give the Family all Kisses for Larry and I..
I want to Thank you for being a kind Father N Law.. and I’m going to miss you very much..
Love you and I’ll be seeing you when it’s time to fly home..
SORRY for your loss. God bless.
Deepest sympathy. The last time I saw Mal was at Fischer ‘s Restaurant in Belleville. Had a nice conversation with him that day. Took a while for him to remember me it had been many many years since I had seen him. Those good old days in East St. Louis. God’s blessings. Linda
My condolences to Pat and to the Boehmer family. I knew him for many years through the doctors office. He was a very pleasant man.