BOSCHEE, Benjamin (Ben)

Ben Boschee passed away July 19, 2023 from heart failure at Holy Family in Spokane.  He was born in Wishek, North Dakota.  Raised on the family farm with his 10 brothers and 5 sisters.  Ben went into the service 1951-1953 and was awarded Korean Service Medal, Bronze Service Star. U.N. Service Medal, and many more.

Ben moved to Spokane, graduated from Spokane Falls Community College with a degree in Industrial Mechanics and worked for Electro Magic Sales Inc for 30 years.

Ben met his sweetheart, Mary, in 1978 at Casey’s Restaurant on Monroe St., Spokane. They were married May 26, 1979, 44 years.

Ben loved God, nature, his family, friends, and had a great sense of humor!   His pastime was dedicated to being an AVID Golfer and the good friends who joined him in his passion. 

All are invited to attend Ben’s Mass at St Mary Presentation Church in Deer Park, WA at 11am, August 3, 2023, followed by a reception in the hall.  

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