Marinus P. Boer

Sep 10, 1922 – May 1, 2015

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Marinus P. Boer born September 10, 1922 found peace with the Lord on May 1, 2015 at the age of 92 following a short illness.  Marinus was a member of Christ Church in Federal Way. Marinus worked many years as a farmer in New Era, MI then moved to the Seattle area when hired by Boeing. After working several years at Boeing, he went to work at Highline School District as a bus driver, then returning back to work at the Boeing Company where he retired as a Tool Grinder Machinist.  Marinus is an Army Veteran serving his Country in 1946 honorably.

Marinus was preceded in death by his loving wife of 62 years, Angeline (Diepen) Boer, Mother Lena (Bardolf) Boer, Father John Boer, Brothers Paul & Louie, Sisters Jennie, Marie, Dena & Lena.  He is survived by his Children Betty (Mel) Ullom, Ronald (Kathleen) Boer, Linda (George) Rackleff; Grandchildren  Ann (Brett) Wornstaff, Scott (Brandi) Boer, Sandara (David) Walde, Dan Bristol, Mike (Jennifer) Ullom, Debbra (Edward) Acker and several great-grandchildren and one great- great grandchild due in July. He is also survived by his sisters Nancy Van Andel, Ella Groman and Marge Boer.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Marinus’ name to Christ Church, 941 S Dash Point Road, Federal Way WA 98003.


Nancy Marie (Marsman) White
Kalamazoo, MI
May 25, 2015

Deepest condolences from our family to yours - hoping you find comfort in many wonderful memories...

Sandi and Howard Pettit
Seatac, WA
May 23, 2015

Our sncere sympathy during this difficult time of loss. Celebrate his life as he were here today and he will live on forever in your hearts. Our thoughts and prayers for his family.

Marc Boer
Holland, Mi
May 7, 2015

Blessings to all the family in this time of loss and sorrow yet Uncle Marinus" joy.


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