Michael A. Boemmel, 56, passed away suddenly on June 10, 2022.
Michael is survived by his wife Peggy Boemmel (nee Sullivan) and their children Zander and Megan Boemmel. He was a loving husband and devoted father. He is also survived by his loyal companions Beemer and Sammy and will be reunited with Durgin, Sydney and Max (pets). In addition, he is survived by his son David Boemmel.
He was also survived by his sister-in-law Anne Marie Lasky (James), predeceased brother-in-law Michael Sullivan (Mary), nephews Scott, Brian and Christopher Lasky and Timothy (Jacqulyn), Michael Sullivan and great nieces Keltyn and McKenna Sullivan.
Michael was born on June 19, 1965, in Baltimore, MD. He was a truly remarkable man, extraordinary husband, loving father and will be remembered for his commitment and devotion to his family and friends.
Michael started his career in healthcare finance at Ernst & Young where he met his one true love Peggy. He went on to become the Chief Financial Officer at several healthcare organizations. He was a talented and dedicated executive who always went the extra mile and made many lifetime friends throughout his career.
More than anything in the world, Michael enjoyed spending time with his family. He cherished family vacations and was an avid sushi enthusiast. Some of his greatest pleasures included taking long walks with Beemer, going on adventurous outings with Megan, trying new microbreweries with Zander and ending the day drinking wine with Peggy.
Michael was known for his dry sense of humor and love of all music. Some of his favorites included Pink Floyd, Metallica, Nine Inch Nails and Tool. You could always find him rocking out to one of his favorite songs. He also enjoyed hiking, SEALFIT, watching movies and war documentaries.
Michael will truly be missed by many.
The family will be holding calling hours at Donaldson Funeral Home of Clarksville, P.A. in Clarksville, MD on Saturday, June 25th from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm. A time of remembrance will start at 12:00 pm. This will be a time for friends and family to share cherished memories and stories about Michael. The family request donations to The Humane Society of the United States in lieu of flowers.