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Jerome Turner BOMIER

Lawyer

Jerome Turner Bomier, American lawyer. Bar: Wisconsin 1951. Trustee, chairman committee Paine Arboretum and Art Center, Oshkosh, since 1988; member advisory board Neenah-Menasha Visiting Nurse Association, Neenah, since 1986. With United States Coast Guard, 1945-1946. Member Association of Trial Lawyers of America, State Bar of Wisconsin, Winnebago County Bar Association, Civil Trial Counsel of Wisconsin, Defense Research Institute.

Background

Bomier, Jerome Turner was born on June 10, 1927 in Milwaukee. Son of Turner Francis and Blanche Elizabeth (Olive) Bomier.

Education

Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, 1949. Bachelor of Laws, University Wisconsin, 1951.

Career

Special agent Federal Bureau of Investigation, Philadelphia, 1951-1953. Senior partner Di Renzo and Bomier, Neenah, Wisconsin, from 1953. Board directors Buckstaff Company, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, J.W. Hewitt Machine, Neenah, Hewitt Transmission Company, Neenah.

Achievements

  • Bar: Wisconsin 1951.

Membership

Trustee, chairman committee Paine Arboretum and Art Center, Oshkosh, since 1988. Member advisory board Neenah-Menasha Visiting Nurse Association, Neenah, since 1986. With United States Coast Guard, 1945-1946.

Member Association of Trial Lawyers of America, State Bar of Wisconsin, Winnebago County Bar Association, Civil Trial Counsel of Wisconsin, Defense Research Institute.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gardening, reading, travel.

Connections

Married Gloria Claire Rogahn, January 28, 1950. Children: Kathleen Bomier Emmerling, Jerome T. II, David W., Samuel J.

father:
Turner Francis Bomier

mother:
Blanche Elizabeth (Olive) Bomier

spouse:
Gloria Claire Rogahn

children:
Kathleen Bomier Emmerling Bomier

Jerome T. II Bomier

David W. Bomier

Samuel J. Bomier