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Ronni L. Boe

April 22, 1955 - December 17, 2020

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Ronni Lynn Boe, 65, of La Crosse, passed away peacefully on December 17th, 2020 as a result of complications relating to Covid-19. She was born April 22nd, 1955 to Ronald and Arlene Boe (Erickson).

Ronni earned her Bachelor’s degree from Viterbo College and became a mental health social worker for La Crosse County before retiring early due to disability. She was dedicated to her career and developed very special bonds with many of her clients. She was very proud and outspoken in her support of the Democratic party, along with advocating for racial equality and women’s rights. Ronni was an avid reader and had a special love for Stephen King novels. She also had a deep passion for 1960’s era Rock and Roll and was the biggest fan of The Beatles.

Ronni was preceded in death by her Mother, Arlene, Father, Ronald, Aunt Shari Venell (Boe), Aunt Carol Boe, and Cousins Andi Venell and John Erickson. She was the oldest of five siblings and is survived by her sister Teri (Don) Williams, and brothers Lance (Yvonne) Boe, David Boe, and Rory (Wanda) Boe, children Troy (Sara) Boe, Matthew Boe (Katie Berg), and Holly (Ed) Murray, cousins Kristi (Frank) Wolf and family, Jason True, Lori Lafler, Uncle Mark (Judy) Erickson, Uncle Gerald Boe, cousins Eric and Jeff Boe, nieces Lisa (Scott) Veglahn, Shana (Jeremy) Johnson, Kari (Keith) Allen, Rhea (Kurt) Newman, Heather (Justin) Yahnke and one nephew, Cole Boe. Most important to Ronni was her love for her 8 “Grand-babies”, Kailei, Kullen, Morgan, Lily, Raegan, Miles, Charlotte, and Chloe.

A memorial service will be planned at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate the planting of a tree in honor of Ronni, whose birthday was on Earth Day. Please follow the link to make a special dedication: www.treesforachange.com