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Sally Boehm

Sally Boehm, age 83, of Glasgow, Mont., passed away on Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022, at Frances Mahon Deaconess Hospital, in Glasgow, Mont., from complications of Type II Diabetes Mellitus.

It was Sally's wish to be cremated.

Sally was the middle daughter of Ervin and Viola (Harr) Boehm. She was born on June 10, 1939, in Glasgow. She grew up on a farm near Fort Peck. Sally graduated from Glasgow High School in 1957.

Sally worked hard her whole life. She raised her four children on her own without any assistance from welfare or the like.

Sally enjoyed visiting with her dear friend, Cindy. She enjoyed spending time with her friend, Barry, when he visited from Washington. She exchanged many letters with Barry over the years. Sally loved to play cribbage and a good cup of coffee. She waited for family members who traveled to see her almost every year. She was thankful to have a friend like Cindy who did so much for her.

She had a knee surgery that left her unable to get around very easily. She was unable to get in and out of her car which left her confined to her home which was difficult and sad for Sally who wanted to be able to do for herself as she always had.

Sally was preceded in death by her most beloved first born child, her son, Curtis Duane Grimm (Curt) who she missed every day of her life. Her parents Ervin and Viola Boehm; her sisters, Izella Cook and Terri Lighthizer; sons-in-law Darrell Komrosky and Ed Rennick; and brother-in-law Glenn Cook.

Sally is survived by three of her four children: daughter Tracy Grimm, of Glasgow, Mont .; daughter Suzy (Brian) Brincks, of Iowa; son Mike (Ann) Kocher, of Laurel, Mont .; granddaughter Brandi Komrosky, of Glasgow; grandson Cade Brincks, of Iowa; great-grandson Tristan Childress, of Alabama, great-granddaughter Aurora Komrosky, of Glasgow; very dear friend Cindy Moore, of Hinsdale; dear friend Barry DeDobbeleer, of Washington State; and nephews Rick Cook and Doug Cook.

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