In Memory

William E. Boger

William E. Boger


1955 – 2022

It is with great sadness that the family of William (Bill) Boger shares the news of his passing. Bill was 67 years old and passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, December 3, 2022, at his home.

Bill is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Robin, two of their children, Courtney Gulyas (Scott) and Samantha Londergan (Joshua) and was preceded in death by their son, Brandon Boger. Bill was known as ‘Poppy’ to his precious grandchildren, Mckenzie, Cameron, and Riley.

Bill was born in Paris, France on February 21, 1955, to the late Eugene Boger and the late Nicole is also survived by his Aunt Mary Ann and Uncle Michael Petrilyak, his sister-in-law Hazelanne and Brother-in-law Nafiz Karabudak and his nephews and their Jacquot Boger. He also leaves behind many cousins in France from his maternal side.

Bill was a devoted and loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather. His family loved him so much and are devasted by his loss. Bill was always the first person to help if someone needed assistance. He truly was a devoted family man and a great friend to those lucky enough to know him. Bill founded a very successful CPA Accounting practice, W.E. Boger CPA and Associates, in Doylestown and enjoyed working with his wonderful accounting team and his clients over the past 40 years. Bill was an active member on several local boards including the Doylestown Health Foundation Board of Trustees. He was also a longtime member of the Doylestown Lions. He treasured being part of the Doylestown Community and cherished his many friends.

Bill’s Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, December 9, 2022, at 11:00 am at the St. Andrews Catholic Church located at 81 Swamp Rd. Newtown, PA 18940. The family will receive family and friends on Thursday evening from 6:00 to 8:00 at the Shelly Funeral Home, at 5930 Easton Rd. Plumsteadville, PA 18947.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made in Bill’s memory to The Brandon W. Boger Memorial Scholarship Foundation (c/o of Bucks County Foundation, P.O. Box 2073, Doylestown, PA 18901.) or the Doylestown Hospital

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12/08/22 11:08 AM #1    

Karen L. Martinkovic

The more you do something, the easier and better at it you should become - unless it involves the death of someone you have had the pleasure of knowing in this lifetime. That gets harder every time, with every day and every life taken from us way too soon. To me, Bill was always the "strong & silent" type. I was lucky to have shared many wonderful experiences, and the gift of song, being members of Advanced Chorus, then District and Regional Choruses. Until we all meet again,

Memories of loved ones are like songs in our soul   ~Margaret Wakeley

The song is ended but the melody lingers on. ~Irving Berlin

On our Home Page dedication, I chose a song by Celine Dion in honor of Bill's heritage. The rough French to English translation is below:

"Abraham's memory"

Just a prayer before obeying

the order of things and to our fathers

Before leaving

Just another life saved from the oblivion

Incised much better than with a sword

in Abraham's memory

The waiting for the hour is long

The sadness in our hearts is heavy

But it's so great our love and faith in You

And it's difficult to understand You sometime

What will be our destinies tomorrow further?

Some peace, love and bread

In the palm of Your hands

The waiting for the hour is long

The sadness in our hearts is heavy

But it's so great our love and faith in You

And it's difficult to understand you sometime

Lead our children to the end of time

Fill with more joys than tears

in Abraham's memory


12/08/22 03:01 PM #2    

Thomas Matyas

I always liked Bill.  He was a regular guy and was quick to greet me with a smile and lend an ear.  I was so looking forward to catching up with him at the 50th.    Truly, life is the blink of an eye.




12/09/22 10:44 AM #3    

Maryann C. Marotta

I always enjoyed catching up with Bill at our reunions and am so sorry to hear of his passing.  One of the kindest and genuine people I knew.  As a high school friend, he always looked out for others.  I want to pass on my sincerest symapathy to his wife and children.  The loss of a loved one is always devistating, when it comes without warning, it's worst.

My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and friends.

12/11/22 05:13 PM #4    

Karen L. Martinkovic

Just one more reason Reunions are so special...

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