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George Joseph Bohdan

George Joseph Bohdan, 66, of Laramie, Wyoming passed away unexpectedly at his home, and is now jammin in the heavens. George was born in 1952 in Elizabeth, New Jersey to Boleslaw and Aleksandra Bohdan. He attended Linden High School and Kean University while living in New Jersey. Throughout his life, George also lived in Pennsylvania, Virginia, California, Ohio and Arizona, until he settled down in Wyoming.


After many years George retired from the University of Wyoming IT department as a network and telecommunications specialist. In his free time George loved fishing, hiking the trails and climbing the mountains near his home. He was an avid sports fan, self-taught guitarist, song writer and poet. He was also a member of the Jacoby Golf Club Board.


Preceding him in death are his parents; sister and brother-in-law Mary and Stanley Kaziewicz, and nephew Charles Dzugan.


Surviving are his siblings Danuta Bak, Josephine (Stefan) Rudnicki, Agnes (Edward) Plotkin, Theresa (Steven) Schiffman, John (Wendi) Bohdan, and Lily Ann (Martin) Reiman. George is further survived my many nieces and nephews.


Memorial contributions can be made in George’s name to the Laramie Animal Shelter, 1064 N 5th St, Laramie, WY 82072.

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#1 Comment By Patti Sanchez On June 21, 2019 @ 7:27 pm

George was always such a kind and gentle man. He will be truly missed. Our condolences to all his family.
Bob & Patti Sanchez

#2 Comment By Brett Williams On June 22, 2019 @ 9:32 am

George took a lot of pride in his work in IT at the University of Wyoming. He always could be relied on when you needed something. Being at the golf course was always a good time when George was around. He will be missed. Condolences to his family and friends.

#3 Comment By Bonjavanni Mark A. On June 22, 2019 @ 9:04 pm

Most of my childhood and teen memories include George (Hersh). My heart goes out to entire family. I truly unique soul.

#4 Comment By Agnes On June 24, 2019 @ 3:33 pm

Yes Mark, I totally agree that Hersh was a unique individual. He is at peace but we miss him.

#5 Comment By Steve Casares On June 23, 2019 @ 2:45 pm

Uncle George was one of the most kind hearted men I knew. He loved his family, had a happy attitude, and of course, loved his dog Zeke! My grandmother will now be accompanied by George in heaven.

#6 Comment By John Murdock On June 26, 2019 @ 11:12 am

George will certainly be missed. I always enjoyed playing golf with George. Win or lose he always enjoyed the game and the camaraderie after the round. A salute to George, one of the nicest guys I have ever met. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

#7 Comment By Terri Schiffman On July 10, 2019 @ 8:12 pm

Still think about you every day and miss your quiet and kind-hearted disposition, especially during your visits when you would put a smile on everyone’s face just walking in the room, like when you played Santa for the kids. And Steve misses your “spirited” football discussions. We found so many family photos and those of your camping trips which will remind us of all the fun you had but we still miss YOU – forever. Love you brother!