OBITUARY

Veronica Diane (Tyirich) Bogan

October 17, 1943October 20, 2018

Veronica Diane Tyirich Bogan, 75, of Ellettsville died Friday, October 19, 2018 in her home. She was born October 17, 1943 in Sewickley, Pennsylvania to Stanley Tyirich, Sr. and Helen Jovanovich Tyirich. She was a retired children’s protective social worker having worked in Hamilton County.

Survivors include her two sons, Bill (former wife, Stacy) Bogan of Lafayette and Todd Bogan of Moab, Utah; a brother, Stanley Tyirich, Jr. of Harrison, Ohio; and two grandchildren, Bryce and Zoe Bogan. She was preceded in death by her parents.

Veronica enjoyed hiking, backpacking and anything outdoors.

There will be a memorial service on Sunday, November 4, 2018 at 2:00 PM in the Abe Martin Lodge at Brown County State Park. Arrangements have been entrusted to Day & Deremiah-Frye Funeral Home.

Friends are encouraged to consider making a donation in Veronica’s name to a children’s or nature charity of the givers choice.

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, November 4, 2018
REMEMBERING

Veronica Diane (Tyirich) Bogan

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Regina Cormican

October 31, 2018

I met Veronica on the shopping bus and we had a tight knit group that always rode together.
Once I moved into the same apartment complex we became closer friends. We were always there for each other. If she was your friend she had a huge heart.
She was so proud of Bill and Todd and we would out brag about our sons.
We spent any time we were together laughing and carrying on. I will miss her very much.
Riding the bus was always full of laughter and if we had debates, I was the "Googler" to settle it.
She will always hold a special part in my heart. I am very sorry for your families loss and was very glad to have had the privilege of having her in my life. It was a pleasure to meet Bill and Todd.

Alicia Graves

October 30, 2018

Veronica was a joy to have in the salon. She was always full of stories and would keep me laughing. Every holiday she thought of me and said it was cause she knew what it was like to be a single mom, have kids and think about them and forget about getting oneself something. I have this cute little ring holder from last Christmas. Its sitting on my dresser. She adored you boys and talked about you every month when she came and seen me. I am so sorry for your lost but at the same time I am so happy that she is at peace and no more pain. I loved the color she always wanted and will remember her always. God Bless you and your families.