Earl Boor, age 91 of New Richmond, WI, died on Thursday, May 25, 2023 at the St. Croix Health Center in New Richmond. Earl was born the son of John and Marie (Tschimperle) Boor in New Richmond, WI on November 10, 1931. Earl grew up in New Richmond and graduated from New Richmond High School. He served in the Army during the Korean War. He was married to Gertrude Habig in January of 1955. Earl was a police officer for the New Richmond Police Department for 15 years, serving as Police Chief for 6 of those years. He spent the next 25 years with the security department at 3M. His first job in high school was with Bernard’s Northtown and his last job in retirement was with Bernard’s. Earl enjoyed fishing, hunting, golf and woodworking. He liked keeping his yard and telling stories. He was an easy going, friendly guy with a good sense of humor. He was preceded in death by his parents, John and Marie Boor; son, Alan Boor; brother, Kenneth (Waverly) Boor; brother-in-law, Harry Olson; and sisters-in-law, Irene and Josephine Boor. Earl is survived by his wife, Gert Boor; children, Joseph Boor, Diana (Chris) Armstrong, Mark Boor, Aaron Boor; grandchildren, Drew Boor, Russell Boor, Kayla Johnson; great-grandson, Hunter Guerrero Boor; siblings, Jack Boor, Mary Jane Olson, Leo (Mary) Boor, Jim Boor; and many nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. A Memorial Gathering was held on Saturday, June 3, 2023 from 1-4 pm at Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services 728 S Knowles Avenue New Richmond, WI with Military Honors at 4 pm. Arrangements are with Bakken-Young Funeral & Cremation Services.
So sorry about Earl passing. It was so great that the 4 guys got to play cards together one last time. Take care. Love, Mitch and Sue Kittel
You sometimes made me angry when you with your long
arms held me offf when I was trying to slug you when we
were growing up. But you always protected me from the
bullies. Now, great brother, you are in the loving hands
of the real GREAT PROTECTOR!! No more struggles.
So sorry about uncle Earl’s passing. I had not seen him since he and his family came to visit us in Pensacola in the 70’s. I thought the rv they came in was so cool. We only traveled in our station wagon .
So sorry about Uncle Earls passing. I had not seen him since the 70’s, He and his family came to visit us in Pensacola. I thought the rv they came in was so cool. We only traveled in our station wagon.
Diana, Chris and Families, I am sorry to hear the passing of your dad. I hope the days ahead will bring you peace and comfort.
So sorry about Earls passing he was a wonderful man. You will be missed. We had slot of good times over the years on the north side. Please accept our condiinces.
To Diana and family, I have many fond memories of Earl He had the loudest whistle we knew when he whistled. It was time to come home going up next to the Boor family was great times.
I am very sorry for your loss. He lived a long, good, kind life. May God fill your thoughts with fond memories. May your tears turn to smiles as you remember the good times.
Earl was a great guy, many thoughts and prayers to all,
As another 3rd Street Northsider, I was well aware of Earl’s whistle…it was time for his kids to come home. The Boor children brought new adventures to the neighborhood. My sincere sympathy to all of his family.
I had the pleasure of working with Earl at 3M. At one point he was my supervisor. I enjoyed his sense of humor! My condolences as I know he will be greatly missed even though he is in good hands.