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Joan A. Boville
Joan A. Boville, 81, Suamico, passed away Thursday, March 20.
Born Nov. 17, 1932 in Milwaukee, daughter of Francis and Adeline Dupuis, she graduated from Beaver Dam High School and Marquette University with a degree in Dental Hygiene. She married Dr. David A. Boville on June 28, 1952 and they opened their dental office in Green Bay shortly thereafter. They resided in Green Bay for 39 years. Dr Boville was a former Coleman resident.
She enjoyed quilting, skiing, reading, singing, music, gourmet cooking, fishing and hunting. A Life Master in the American Contract Bridge League, she was active in her faith and parish activities and earned a degree in Healing Ministry from the University of Chicago.
She is survived by her husband of 61 years, Dr. David Boville; four children, Sylvie (William) Radunz, of Rockford, Ill., Daniel (Nixia) Boville, of Boquette, Panama, Mitchell (Shelley) Boville, of Seymour and Elizabeth (Bette) Barrington, of Mequon; a brother, Michael (Judy) Dupuis, of Travellers Rest, N.C.; a sister, Bonnie Onesti, of Prairie du Sac; 10 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren and a good friend of the family, Paul Onesti.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Visitation was held Tuesday, March 25 at Nativity of Our Lord Catholic Church from 4 p.m. until a Mass of Christian Burial at 6 p.m. Father Willard Van De Loo officiated with Inurnment in St. John's Cemetery in Coleman. A memorial fund has been established in her name.
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