Charles E. Boardman of Bend died Sunday of natural causes. He was 86.
A private service was held for the immediate family. A graveside memorial will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Greenwood Cemetery.
Mr. Boardman was born September 25, 1914 in Kent to Charley and Emma (Hansen) Boardman. He married Frances (Florence) Boardman in Bend on August 6, 1943.
He served in the Sea Bees (construction battalion) in the South Pacific in World War II. He practiced law in Bend from 1943 to 1974, at one time serving as District Attorney and later as Municipal Judge.
Mr. Boardman was a 50 year member of the Masonic Lodge, the original Board of Directors of the Sisters Rodeo and served as Grand Marshal in 1994.
He enjoyed horses, hunting, fishing and the High Desert.
Mr. Boardman was survived by his wife; one son, David of Gresham; three daughters, Robin Moore of Grapeview, Wash., Kathy Patton of Bend, and Tamsin Looker of New York City; one brother, David of Bothell, Wash.; six grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents and three older sisters.
Memorial contributions may be made to Central Oregon Hospice, 2698 NE Courtney Drive, Suite 101, Bend, 97701.
Niswonger, Reynolds and Tabor Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Frances "Florence" A. Boardman of Redmond died Thursday. She was 86.
A memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Trinity Episcopal Church in Bend, followed by a private graveside service.
Mrs. Boardman was born April 17, 1919, in Portland to Douglas E. and Jessie Florence. She attended Bend High School, graduated from Roseburg High and married Charles E. Boardman. She lived most of her adult life in Bend, where she raised her four children. She worked as a legal secretary and enjoyed singing and golf.
Survivors include a son, David of Gresham; and three daughters, the Rev. Robin A. Moore of Grapeview, Wash., Kathleen Patton of Redmond and Dr. Tamisn Looker of New York City; six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren
She was preceded in death by her husband.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Central Oregon Hospice.
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