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Eileen Boorman, 70, passed away on April 27, 2018 at her sister’s home in Orange, California. She was born on November 26th, 1947 to the late Clarence A. and Marie E. Anderson.
Eileen was a 1965 graduate of Menominee High School. She worked at the Ansul Chemical Company in the 1970’s. She married Gary H. Bero of Menominee and was divorced and later she married Charles Boorman and moved to California where Charles adopted her 2 boys, Shawn and Jason, and later they had another son Aaron.
Eileen enjoyed buying antiques and collectibles and selling them on Ebay, She also loved spending time with her family and grandchildren. She was also known as the Red-White and Blue lady as she loved collecting and displaying many Patriotic memorabilia, and was very respectful of the military and the U.S of A. She attended the Cottonwood Church in Los Alamitos, California.
She is survived by her sons Shawn Boorman of Las Vegas, Jason (Alex) Boorman and grandchildren Nash, Jaxon, Jayden and Ava of Valencia, California, and Aaron Boorman of Buena Park, California and granddaughter Cassidie of Utah. Three (3) sisters Carolyn Jean Beland-Dolliver (Roger) of Menominee, Doris (Don) Hofer of Orange Ca., Joyce (Fred) Reidell of Menominee, 2 brothers, Roy (Madeleine) Anderson of Concord N.C., Donald P. (Sue) Anderson of Menomined, along with many nephews and nieces. Two Aunts; Agnes Campbell of Sauk Centre, MN and Mary (Sis) Hayward of Florida.
Special thanks to niece Lynn Hofer for keeping the family and friends posted during this difficult time. Eileen was preceded in death by her parents, her brother Roger, and special friend Conrad Willbanks.
The family plan is a California memorial service in June and then Eileen will make her beloved trip with Don and Doris (sister) Hofer to her hometown in Menominee, Michigan. There she will have another memorial for family and friends with final burial in the Riverside Cemetery.
A special Thank you to the Hospice Touch of Orange County California, for their caring and helpful support, they were all wonderful people to Eileen and the family.