Jack Bouman Obituary, Death – Jack Bouman of Holland, Mi, has reportedly passed away unexpectedly leaving family and loved ones in agony and sadness. Jack W. Bouman, who had spent his entire life in Holland, Michigan and had attained the age of 80 when he passed away on December 21, 2022, had his family members present at his bedside when he took his last breath. He was the son of Alvin and Hazel (Brower) Bouman and was given the name March 31st after the date of his birth. He was born on March 31st, 1942 in the city of Holland, which is located in the state of Michigan. Before he was born, all of his immediate family members—including his mother and father, his brother Paul Bouman, and his sister Judy Versendaal—had already passed away.
He continued his actions in the same manner as they did. The only members of Jack’s family still alive today are his children: Scott (Joannie) Bouman, Sheri Stroh, Christi Maki, and Jennifer (Steven) Maynard. Christi Maki, Sheri Stroh, Jennifer (Steven) Maynard, and Scott (Joannie) Bouman are the members of this group. In addition, he leaves behind eight grandchildren and one great-grandson, whose name is Colton Bronson. His grandchildren are Joe Maki (who is married to Samantha Jo Gager), Jenna Maki, Jessica Maki (who is married to Evan Schriner), Shelby Stroh (who is married to Greyson Nordeste), Alison (Andrew) VanDeWalker, Sydney Stroh, and Jackson Heglar.
His great-grandson is named Colton Bronson. Colton is the name of the great-grandson that he leaves behind after him. In addition, his devoted family includes his sister-in-law Laura Canan, his brother-in-law Lynn Bouman, Laura’s daughters Dani and Lainey, and his nieces and nephews. His sister-in-law is also his wife’s sister. Throughout the entirety of his career in real estate, Jack enjoyed a great deal of prosperity and success thanks to his efforts. Beginning his career in real estate sales in 1973 at Woodland Realty, he worked his way up through the ranks to become Sales Manager in 1979. 1973 was the year that marked the beginning of his career.
He was very pleased with his achievements, but he was always quick to give credit to those who were around him, and he delighted in the accomplishments of others. He was very proud of his achievements. Jack gave both his time and his resources to a wide variety of charitable organizations over the course of his working life. These organizations were in need of both types of contributions. A few examples of organizations that fit into this category include the United Way, the Boys and Girls Club, the Center for Women in Transition (now known as Resilience), the Outdoor Discovery Center, and the Ottawa/Allegan Wildlife Association.
These are just some of the organizations that fall under this umbrella. In addition to this, Jack contributed to the goings-on of the Christ Memorial Church for a sizeable portion of his life. Jack felt an overwhelming sense of gratitude toward the circumstances that allowed him to spend time with his family. Spending time with his family while on vacation in a warm climate, where they would typically participate in activities such as going on boat rides, playing golf, and eating delicious food, was one of his greatest sources of happiness and one of his greatest joys.
On Wednesday, December 28, 2022, at 11:00 am, there will be a celebration of Jack’s life held at Christ Memorial Church in the Sanctuary (Please use entrance C), located at 595 Graafschap Rd., Holland, Michigan 49423. 595 Graafschap Rd. is the location of the church, in case you were wondering. This is the place that you have been looking for all along. The public is invited to stop by the Langeland-Sterenberg Funeral Home in Holland, Michigan 49423 on the evening of Tuesday, December 27, 2022, from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM to pay their respects. The funeral home is located at 315 E. 16th Street. There will be no open casket viewings held at the Pilgrim Home Cemetery, and members of the public are not permitted to attend.