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Larry M. Bohl

Published April 19,2021

Obituary's Biography:

Larry M. Bohl, 73, a resident of Niles, IL, passed away April 15, 2021 at Presence Medical Center in Chicago, IL.  He was born January 26, 1948 in California to Thomas and Jeannette (nee: Richlynski) Bohl.  Larry was a Vietnam Veteran, a member of the VFW, VVA, American Legion, and Elks.  He had worked as a Lithographer.  Larry is survived by his sister Donna (Fred) Berthlein of Keweskum, WI, his  sister-in-law Dee Novak, his nephew Eric Bohl, his niece Rachel (Josh) Sigfred, and his great-nieces Payton and Kaia Sigfred.  He was preceded in death by his parents, and his brother Wayne Bohl. A open house is scheduled for Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 12:00pm until 6:00pm with a prayer service at 1:00pm at the VFW #3579 6839 N. Milwaukee Ave. Niles, IL 60714.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the VFW #3579 6839 N. Milwaukee Ave. Niles, IL 60714.  Inurnment will be held at a later date.  All funeral arrangements were entrusted to Strang Funeral Chapel, 410 E. Belvidere Road, Grayslake, IL 60030.  For information, please call 847-223-8122 or visit www.strangfuneral.org.

13 replies on “Larry M. Bohl”

  1. I knew Larry when we both worked at Tukaiz Litho. He was nice and cordial everyday . Made me feel welcomed and a part of the team!
    May he Rest In Peace

  2. So sorry to hear about Larry’s passing,he was an immediate friend to everyone he met,a true Man’s Man always willing to lend a hand.My condolences to his family,he now meets his parents & Wayne for internal joy.

  3. I wish to express my deepest personal sympathies and those of the Niles Memorial VFW Post 3579 to Larry’s family, his many friends and all of his Veteran Brothers and Sisters.

    Larry was a true gentleman that left a huge void in many people’s lives. Larry was always there, he always aided Veterans and was always the first to volunteer or offer his talents. We we’re all very shocked by his passing and will truly miss “Our Brother”.

    I pray that Larry rests in the eternal Light of the Lord and that the Lord consoles his family, friends and Veteran Brothers and Sisters.

    God speed Larry, provide the overrwatch from Heaven and know that you will always be remembered!

  4. This is Al Fleming trying to get in touch with Donna or Fred. I was sorry to hear about the passing of Larry and would like to talk. Please contact me at 630-422-1076.

    1. Thank you Al,
      I will reach out to you with contact information later today.

  5. To the family of Larry Bohl – we are so very sorry for your loss of Larry. He really was one of a kind, would do anything that was needed of him. May Larry Rest In Peace – May you all know that Larry was really like and loved as a Brother in the Veteran community and did so many things. He is really missed by all of us already. May the Good Lord Hold Larry in the Palm of his hands. God Bless All of you.

    1. May God receive Larry Bohl into his open loving arms for his ultimate welcome home Rip 🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏brotherhood Nam 66-67

  6. Larry Bohl, was like a shadow, never looking to be noticed are acknowledged for the numerous task he would take on and accomplish. He was the unsung hero. Personally, I don’t remember Larry ever having a cross word or criticism of any veteran member. He was as much, very supportive to me and our VVA Chapter 242. I think what I will miss most, is his humorous emails that could keep you/me chuckling for hours. He spoke volumes about community service and service to follow Veterans without saying a word.
    Welcome Home, Welcome home – your Heavenly Home. Until we meet again,

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