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Cary M. Boshamer
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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Cary M. Boshamer Cary Mouzon Boshamer, 50, of Linden, VA, died Friday, July 9, 2010 in the Winchester Medical Center. Mr. Boshamer was born in 1960 in Gastonia, NC, the son of Henry Boshamer and the late Margaret Boshamer. He was a 1978 graduate of West Carteret High School in Morehead City, NC and earned …
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darrel left a message on January 30, 2013:
Cary was my next door neighbor in Morehead City. We were the same age and graduated from High School together. Remembering back, Cary was always into the Civil War and was a best Chess player. He was the first person to teach me how to play chess and for that I am greatful. I will miss Cary in to life but hope to see him in the next. My prayers go out to his entire family. I will be thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Cary you will be missed !! Darrel Lee
James left a message on January 30, 2013:
Cary and my son Darrel grew up together as we were next door neighbors.Cary was such a good boy and grew up to be a fine man .he will be missed ; May our Lord give you confort James Lee Morehead city NC
Meg left a message on January 30, 2013:
Cary was one of my oldest brother's best friend and was a huge part of our family . I was the youngest of four and still remember him spending the night and always telling jokes and laughing. He brought such fun times at our house. I remember when he was in High School and attending some of the high school plays he was in with my brother. He was a warm, kind , and big hearted person and always show these virtures in so many ways...His smile and kindness will always be remember....To the family I send all my love , thoughts and prayers....
Susan left a message on January 30, 2013:
My husband and I met Cary and his wife on the beach on a New Year's Day. We fell to talking and discovered we were all heading over to the same party--- at Cary's Dad's house for black eyed peas, collards, and banana pudding. Later, Cary attended a public library event about The Great Gatsby; we never knew till then he was an F. Scott Fitzgerald fan. Cary was a gracious man, and so easy to talk to. All of us here at the Carteret County Public Library extend our deepest sympathy to Cary's family especially to his father Henry, whom we all love. Susan W. Simpson, Librarian, Carteret County Public Library, Beaufort, NC
darrel lee left a message on July 13, 2010:
Cary was my next door neighbor in Morehead City. We were the same age and graduated from High School together. Remembering back, Cary was always into the Civil War and was a best Chess player. He was the first person to teach me how to play chess and for that I am greatful. I will miss Cary in to life but hope to see him in the next. My prayers go out to his entire family. I will be thinking of you during this time of sorrow. Cary you will be missed !! Darrel Lee
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James Lee left a message on July 13, 2010:
Cary and my son Darrel grew up together as we were next door neighbors.Cary was such a good boy and grew up to be a fine man .he will be missed ; May our Lord give you confort James Lee Morehead city NC
Meg Tucker-Cornell left a message on July 14, 2010:
Cary was one of my oldest brother's best friend and was a huge part of our family . I was the youngest of four and still remember him spending the night and always telling jokes and laughing. He brought such fun times at our house. I remember when he was in High School and attending some of the high school plays he was in with my brother. He was a warm, kind , and big hearted person and always show these virtures in so many ways...His smile and kindness will always be remember....To the family I send all my love , thoughts and prayers....
Susan Simpson left a message on July 21, 2010:
My husband and I met Cary and his wife on the beach on a New Year's Day. We fell to talking and discovered we were all heading over to the same party--- at Cary's Dad's house for black eyed peas, collards, and banana pudding. Later, Cary attended a public library event about The Great Gatsby; we never knew till then he was an F. Scott Fitzgerald fan. Cary was a gracious man, and so easy to talk to. All of us here at the Carteret County Public Library extend our deepest sympathy to Cary's family especially to his father Henry, whom we all love. Susan W. Simpson, Librarian, Carteret County Public Library, Beaufort, NC
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