“Goodbye Germany”: cult emigrant Werner dies – “RIP, my love”
The n on Monday the sad news: Werner Boesel died at the age of 62.
“Goodbye Germany”: mourning Werner Boesel
“I am a bon vivant who lives my dream.” This is how Werner described himself. He has also radiated this joy since 2015 in the TV format “Goodbye Germany”.
This is “Goodbye Germany”:
- “Goodbye Germany” accompanies several emigrant families on their big journey into a new life
- Other episodes also introduce people who have lived abroad for many years
- The docu-soap has been broadcast on Vox since 2006
- Famous emigrants are Konny Reimann, Jens Büchner and his wife Danni Büchner, Daniela Katzenberger and Jannine Weigel, who achieved celebrity status beyond the TV format
- In 2011 the television program was even nominated for the German Television Award
The new episodes are available on TV Now
Together with his wife Christine he opened a restaurant in the USA. “Joe’s German Restaurant” was the couple’s pride and joy. However, things went downhill as early as 2019.
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The restaurant was sold to a couple who also came to America from Germany.
On Monday, the broadcaster VOX announced the death of the emigrant. Werner died of blood cancer on Sunday evening. “A man with a backbone and poise.” That is how most people remember him.
Heartbreaking words from the widow
The news from his widow is particularly heartbreaking. Christine mourns for her husband: “With a broken heart I have to inform everyone, my sweet Werner died tonight. RIP, my love. “
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And the fans of Goodbye Germany will also miss the American by choice. “Oh how terrible. I am very sorry about that. My condolences to the family and a lot of strength, ”someone comments. Other expressions of condolences are addressed to Werner’s wife: “My condolences to Christine! A lot of power. “(Neb)