Bomier, Jackson McCarron
Age 94 gently passed away on May 17 at the Northridge Masonic Care Center in New Hope. Jack was born on June 22, 1918 in Procter, MN to Thomas and Isabella Bomier. At the time Thomas was serving in France with the American Army. Isabella had tuberculosis and died several days after Jack’s birth. Jack was raised by his father and stepmother Helen, uncles and grandparents. Jack worked as a farm and ranch hand eventually joining Pres. Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps for which he was always grateful. He became a welder and eventually chief superintendent of the Brown Steel foundry in Minneapolis managing several hundred iron workers. Later he owned Jack’s Distributing which distributed food throughout the metropolitan area. In 1945 he married Madeline Elizabeth Twerdal from Duluth who passed away on December 23, 2001.
Jack was also preceded in death by his stepsister Beatrice Hueffemeier.
He is survived by son and daughter-in-law, Bruce and Claudia Bomier (Anoka), granddaughter Beth Irish (St. Paul), grandson, Michael (San Diego), and great-grandchildren Jane, Thomas and Will Irish. He was a resilient, loving and beloved man. Services will be held at 11 AM Wednesday June 5th at First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1923 3rd Ave. S., Anoka. Memorials may be sent to Sons of Norway Youth Programs at Vennekretsen c/o ERC 2829 Verndale Ave Anoka MN 55303.