Obituary of Charles Arthur Boehm, Sr.
It is with profound sadness and a deep appreciation for his life, that the family of Charles Arthur Boehm, Sr. announce his passing at home, on April 3rd, 2022 after a long battle with dementia and Parkinson’s. Chuck was born in Schenectady, to Charles H. Boehm and Margarita Loesch Boehm. He was the beloved husband of 62 years of the late Carolyn Gebhardt Boehm and father of the late Charles A. Boehm, Jr.
Chuck is survived by his children Christopher A. Boehm (Martha) Cynthia A. Czarnecki (Stephen) and Curtis A. Boehm (Jennifer); grandchildren Craig Czarnecki (Kasey Campbell), Stephen Czarnecki (Mae), Sandra (Matthew) Cook, Nathan Boehm (Sara), Jay Boehm and Madelyn Boehm; great-grandchildren Marley Sliker and Natalie and Dylan Cook. He is also survived by his brother in law, David F. Gebhardt’s family and cherished family friends.
Chuck was a graduate of Troy High and Empire State College. He was employed at the Schenectady General Electric plant as a computer programmer. He retired due to a disability after more than 30 years of service. Chuck and Carolyn attended Bellevue then Woodlawn Reformed Church with their young family. Chuck enjoyed gymnastics in his youth at the Schenectady Turner Verin and playing golf in various leagues and with friends throughout his life. He was an avid father, sportsman, outdoorsman, mechanic, draftsman, and builder who was always ready to learn from as well as lend a hand to others. Chuck and Carolyn built and enjoyed their camp in the Adirondacks and also winters in Sun City Center FL.
Chuck’s family wishes to thank his loyal caregivers as well as the staff at Rensselaer Community Hospice for their care and compassion.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted by the family to the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180.
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