Kenneth Boehm

 Kenneth Boehm of Arlington, Virginia died on Friday, April 13, 2018 at age 68 of cancer. Ken was co-founder and chairman, then chairman emeritus, of National Legal and Policy Center, where he happily worked until he passed. Previously, Ken was counsel to the board of Legal Services Corporation, lead The Fund for a Conservative Majority to become the third largest political action committee in the country, and was chief of staff to Representative Chris Smith of New Jersey.

Ken will be remembered as a devoted dad and doting grandfather who was dedicated to fighting corruption and always had a great sense of humor. 

He is survived by his daughter, Christine, her husband, and their children, his sister, Janice, his sister, Linda Weller, and her husband, Craig, and his brother, Martin, and his wife, Manizheh.

Family and friends are invited to his visitation from 7:00 -9:00 pm on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 and  his funeral, which will be on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 11:00 am at Advent Funeral Home in Falls Church, Virginia.

4 Responses to Kenneth Boehm

  1. Marcia says:

    I am so sorry for the family’s loss. I hope you find comfort in one another as well as in God’s promises for the future. Revelation 21:4

  2. Terry Wear says:

    Dear Christine,

    I’m so very sorry to learn of your Dad’s passing. I had known he was ill for some time, had been thinking about him for the past month, but did not get around to calling him until today.

    I know he loved you and your family very much. He really was one proud papa (and deservedly so) and kept me updated on you and your family every time we had a chance to visit.

    May God comfort you and your aunts and uncle in your loss.

    God bless you and the other members of the family.

  3. Zenia says:

    Ken was (and, in my mind, still is) a wonderful friend whose kindness and humor will always be remembered. He happily made a tight orbit around his family and work. An outstanding man – I’m grateful to have known Ken. Please accept my condolences.

  4. Harvey R. Udell says:

    A good man who encouraged honest public virtue.

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