George E. Boller & Dixie L. Boyer

Following the Flight of a Hawkeye.

George Edward Boller

May 11, 1921 – April 3, 1994

Dixie Lee Boyer

January 1, 1923 – December 31, 1990

You would think that writing this part of Our Boller Story would be the easiest, simply because most of the records are fairly recent and certainly my brother, Eric H. Boller and I have the best memories of our parents of anyone living in the Boller family today. Yet I find this chapter very hard to write simply because I don’t want to bore you with lots of stories, yet I want to give you enough information to allow you to walk away with a sense of knowing how special our parents were. So, here’s their story…the fifth generation of Bollers in America…George E. and Dixie (Boyer) Boller.

1921-1930 – Introducing The One And Only – George & Dixie.

George’s Big Chicago Adventure – The 1933 Chicago World’s Fair.

Henry County to Iowa City – The Red Ball Route.

The Boyer Family Of Trenton Missouri.

1930-1942 – Blessed Despite The Depression.

1942-1946 – The Heart Mountain Years.

George & Dixie – The 1945 Love Letter Connection.

1946-1957 – The Wayland Years.

1957-1966 – The Mt. Pleasant Years.

The Daily Iowan – The Newspaper For Hawkeyes.

George Boller: A Hawkeye Football Nut.

The Christmas Letters – 1948-1991.

1966-1994 – Finishing Strong in Iowa City.

May 11, 1921 – One Hundred Years Ago Today.


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