Tomlinson, Nancy Loiuse

Tomlinson, Nancy Loiuse

Female 1951 - 2020  (69 years)

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  • Name Tomlinson, Nancy Loiuse  [1, 2, 3
    Born 20 Sep 1951  Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 4
    Gender Female 
    Residence 21 Mar 2011  Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Died 4 Dec 2020  [4
    Person ID I74435  Sackett
    Last Modified 26 Aug 2022 

    Father Tomlinson, William,   d. Unknown 
    Mother ___, Lois,   d. Unknown 
    +1. Tomlinson, Nancy Loiuse,   b. 20 Sep 1951, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Dec 2020  (Age 69 years)
    Family ID F29964  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Living 
     1. Living
     2. Living
    Last Modified 26 Aug 2022 
    Family ID F29963  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map
    Link to Google MapsBorn - 20 Sep 1951 - Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 21 Mar 2011 - Stillwater, Washington County, Minnesota, USA Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Nancy Louise Tomlinson (1951-2020)
    Nancy Louise Tomlinson (1951-2020)
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  • Sources 
    1. [S543] Find A Grave ( (Reliability: 2), 26 Aug 2022.
      Memorial ID 67372917

      Dr Lowell Everett Boyum

      28 Feb 1921
      Harvey, Wells County, North Dakota, USA
      21 Mar 2011 (aged 90)
      Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, USA
      Sunnyside Cemetery
      Harvey, Wells County, North Dakota, USA

      Lowell E. Boyum, 90, Mandan, formerly of Harvey, died March 21, 2011, at Maple View Care Community, Bismarck. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 26, at First Lutheran Church, Harvey. Burial will be in Sunnyside Cemetery, Harvey.

      Visitation will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday at Hertz Funeral Home, Harvey.

      Lowell E. Boyum was born Feb. 28, 1921, in Harvey. He was one of three sons born to Manda (Martenson) and Dr. Peter Arndt Boyum. Lowell attended public school there and graduated from Harvey High School in 1939. After graduating from the University of North Dakota, Lowell received his doctorate in medicine from Baylor University of Medicine of Houston, Texas, and took his internship in Minneapolis. Lowell began his medical career in the Army stationed in New Mexico. After an honorable discharge, Lowell began his medical practice in Harvey in partnership with his father, Dr. P. A. Boyum. Lowell was once married to Rebecca Pond and they had four children: G. Peter "Pete," Thomas "Tom," Ruth Ann "Thann," and William "Bill." In 1952, Dr. Lowell Boyum, along with Drs. C.J. Beck and A.F. Hammargren, established the Harvey Medical Center. Dr. Boyum served as chief of staff of St. Aloisius Hospital. He was the "baby doctor," attending the delivery of around 4,600 babies during his career. In 1978, Lowell transferred his medical practice to the Mid-State Clinic Building. Later, he returned to Lincoln Avenue, this time as an eye doctor.

      Dr. Boyum retired in 1986 after 37 years in medical practice. As expressed by June Prom in the Harvey Centennial paper, Dr. Lowell Boyum, "is considered one of Harvey's most ?beloved sons.'" During his career, Dr. L.E. Boyum served as president of State Family Physicians Academy of N.D., president of the State Obstetrics and Gynecology Society, and board member of the N.D. Cancer Society. He served on the Harvey Park Board and the Harvey School Board and was a member of Fagerlund Sons of Norway of Manfred. He was a lifetime member of First Lutheran Church of Harvey and the American Legion. A Distinguished Service Award was presented to him by the Harvey Jaycees and Jayceettes for his contributions and service to the Harvey community.

      Significant activities during Lowell's youth included scouting, sports and part-time jobs. He attained the Boy Scouts of America's highest honor of Eagle Scout. Through the years, Lowell greatly enjoyed clowning and participating in many parades by riding his clown bike. He also served on several pastoral call committees for First Lutheran Church of Harvey. After he retired from his medical practice, he married Muriel Melby Schwartz on Dec. 30, 1986, at First Lutheran Church of Mandan. For many years, they alternated between spending time at his home in Harvey and then her home in Mandan, active in both communities. Later, Lowell sold his home, but they would return to Harvey from time-to-time. They moved to the Maple View Care Community in 2010.

      Lowell enjoyed attending First Lutheran Church of Mandan and taking part in bible studies there. He was also a member of the Sverdrup Sons of Norway Lodge of Bismarck, Harvey Wells Eagles Aerie and Mandan Eagles Aerie. Together, Lowell and Muriel enjoyed traveling, cross-country skiing, square dancing, folk dancing, and attending the Norsk Hostfest, where they participated in the Bunad Show. Lowell's interests were wide in scope and he had hundreds of books in his collection, in addition to the hundreds he had given to libraries. Lowell also enjoyed woodcarving.

      Lowell is survived by his wife, Muriel, Bismarck; two sons, Dr. Pete (Nancy) Boyum, Stillwater, Minn., and William Boyum, Cherokee, N.C.; daughter, Dr. Thann Boyum, Columbus, N.C.; and two grandchildren, Andrew and Holly Boyum. He is also survived by his stepdaughter, Wanda (Richard) Melchert, Harvey; stepson, Merlin (Laurie) Schwartz, Sioux Falls, S.D.; two step-grandchildren, Jenny Dumke and Andy (Kay) Schwartz; and two step-great-grandchildren, Caleb and Ethan Dumke.

      Lowell was preceded in death by his father, P.A., in 1962; mother, Manda, in 1986; son, Tom Boyum, in 1969; and brothers, Francis P. (Tim) Boyum, in 1985, and Arne S. Boyum, in 1998.

      Had 2 brothers : Francis P. #168598202 & Arne S. (1918-1998) military record states buried in "Carrington Cemetery, adress 281 North, Carrington, ND 58421, not yet found in Find a Grave

      Researched by Ted Smith

    2. [S2411] Minnesota, U.S., Marriage Index, 1958-2001 (Ancestry), ( (Reliability: 3), 26 Aug 2022.
      Name: George P Boyum
      Gender: Male
      Birth Date: abt 1944
      Age: 41
      Spouse: Nancy L Tomlinson
      State: Minnesota

      Name: Nancy L Tomlinson
      Gender: Female
      Birth Date: abt 1952
      Age: 33
      Spouse: George P Boyum
      State: Minnesota


      Researched by Ted Smith

    3. [S2125] Minnesota, U.S., Birth Index, 1935-2000, ( (Reliability: 3), 26 Aug 2022.
      Name: Andrew Zay Boyum
      Birth Date: 17 May 1988
      Birth Place: Washington, Minnesota, USA
      Birth Registration Date: 1988
      Father: George Peter Boyum
      Mother: Nancy Louise Boyum
      Maiden Name: Tomlinson

      Researched by Ted Smith

    4. [S1619] (Reliability: 3), 26 Aug 2022.
      Star Tribune (Minneapolis, Minnesota), 20 Dec 2020, Page B10

      Nancy Nancy Boyum?s earthly journey ended on December 4, 2020 as a result of complications of pancreatic cancer. She died peacefully at home with her family at her side. Nancy was born on September 20, 1951 in Philadelphia and was raised in the suburbs of Chicago. She was predeceased by her parents, William and Lois Tomlinson; a brother, Will; and sister, Jane. Nancy attended the University of Minnesota and graduated in 1975 from the College of Pharmacy. She worked in both retail and hospital pharmacies and also worked as a sales representative for Merck. Nancy married Dr. G. Peter Boyum in Stillwater in 1985. They raised their two children, Andrew and Holly, in their Stillwater home. Peter, Andrew and Holly all survive Nancy. Nancy was never hesitant about speaking her mind and was blessed with a rapier sharp wit. Nancy had a great intellect and curiosity. She was a voracious reader of both fiction and non-fiction and was never without a book to read. Nancy?s main hobby was fabricating intricate and beautiful beaded jewelry. She attended numerous beading seminars and became extremely proficient at this art form. She made many beautiful pieces which she gifted to friends. Though trained as a scientist, Nancy very much depended on her heart, emotions and intuition in her decision making. She had enormous compassion for others and would drop everything to attend to a friend who might be sick or injured. She was fiercely loyal and generous to a fault when her friends were concerned. Among her likes were the Virgin Islands, Barbra Streisand and fiction characters Harry Bosch, Joe Pike and Gabriel Allon. She loved her Stillwater home and chose to spend her last week there. Her friend and neighbor, Danielle, introduced her to Vueve Clicqout which they enjoyed together. Thanks to the staff of Lakeview Hospital Hospice and Home Care. They were wonderful in a time of need for Nancy and her family. Special thanks to Drs. Gene Stringer and Todd Hess for the compassionate care they gave Nancy for many years. No service is planned at this time because of the Covid-19 restrictions. Memorials may be sent to the Woodbury Animal Humane Society shelter where Nancy got all of her pets.

      Researched by Ted Smith

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