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Obituary | Paul Chetwoode Bossemeyer

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Paul Chetwoode Bossemeyer, best known by his friends and family as andamp;#8220;Woode,andamp;#8221; passed away in Loyalton, Calif., on March 28, 2012. He was 93. He was predeceased by his parents, Paul and Corinne Bossemeyer, his wife Eleanor Clark Bossemeyer, and his oldest daughter Elaine Bossemeyer Powder. He leaves two daughters Joanne Bossemeyer Roubique, and Carol Ann Bossemeyer, three grandchildren, Ian Paul Burruss, Christopher John Burruss and Kathie Michelle Shedarowich, along with three great-grandchildren. Woode was born in Kansas City, Mo. on Nov. 2, 1918. He studied architecture at the University of New Mexico, and designed several buildings at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. Throughout his career he sold drafting/engineering supplies, survey equipment, and blueprint machines for Keuffel andamp; Esser, Neely Blueprint, Patton Harris, and Blu-Ray, Inc. Later he purchased Blu-Ray making important advancements in the blue print, radiology and the well logger industries. He was a member of a Connecticut manufacturerandamp;#8217;s association, a board member with the National Blueprint Association and a 32nd degree Mason. He served as a member of the Office of Strategic Services, while in the United States Army during World War II.He deeply believed in helping others. He loved his country and his family and helped give many a new start.


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