OBITUARY

Stanley C. Boho

April 28, 1929February 16, 2021
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Stanley Charles Boho died February 16, 2021 at Center for Hope Hospice in Scotch Plains, NJ after a recent hospitalization. Stanley was born April 28, 1929 in Newark, NJ and lived in Newark and Irvington before purchasing his first and only family home in Union in 1965. He attended Ann Street School and graduated from East Side Commercial and Technical High School in Newark in 1946, where he played the violin for two years in the Symphony Orchestra. He immediately went to work for Western Electric (later AT&T) in Kearny, NJ. Stanley spent his entire 43 year career at Western Electric and advanced to the level of Senior Draftsman and Associate Engineer. Stanley attended night school from 1949-1950 at Essex County Vo-Tech, receiving a certificate in Mechanical Drafting/Elementary Drawing I. He retired in 1989 at age 60. Dad jokingly said he never went to “Kinnygarden” as he called it, and was still a success. Stanley and Martha (Hodulich) were married in 1955, and were together almost 52 years until Martha’s death in 2007. Stanley was at one time an accomplished target shooter and enjoyed playing pinochle with his wife Martha and their friends. He and Martha loved to go out polka dancing, often wherever Walter Lesniak and his Orchestra were playing. Stanley bravely served his country in the US Naval Reserve. Stanley was pre-deceased by his parents Anthony “Anton” and Frances (Wolcz) Boho, and his beloved wife Martha. He is survived by his three children; June (Boho) Roser and her husband Gregory who was Stanley’s primary caregiver for 5 years before his death, and their daughters Christine and Victoria, Steven Boho and his wife Isabel and their sons Andrew and Jason, Stanley “Stash” Boho and his companion Ada Funes and his sons Nicholas and Matthew. Stanley was also pre-deceased by his older brother Walter, and nieces Barbara (Boho) Creighton and Linda (Boho) Eorio. He is also survived by his nephew Joseph Boho and his niece Nancy (Boho) Raimondi. Visitation will be Sunday Feb. 21 from 3 to 7PM at McCracken Funeral Home, 1500 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ. The funeral will be Monday Feb. 22 at 10AM at the funeral home, with interment at Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 225 Ridgedale Avenue, East Hanover, NJ. In lieu of flowers, donations are encouraged in Stanley’s memory to NJ Institute for Disabilities, 10A Oak Drive, Edison, NJ 08837 www.njid.org.

Services

  • Visitation

    Sunday, February 21, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, February 22, 2021

  • Burial

    Monday, February 22, 2021

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Stanley C. Boho

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Susan Bogdanowich-Knipp

February 19, 2021

Our deepest condolences go out to June, Steven, Stash, Greg and family. Although we were not related by blood to Uncle Stanley, he felt like family to us. Growing up, I always looked forward to extended family gatherings and being able to watch Aunt Martha and Uncle Stanley along with his brother Walter and wife Margie polka! Those found memories will live in our hearts forever.

With sincerest sympathy,
Susan Bogdanowich-Knipp and family (Greg, Christopher, Jeremy and Ryan)

Jason and kim Richards

February 19, 2021

Dearest Stan, we are so sorry for the loss of your father. We know how close you were with him! Our thoughts and prayers are with youXO love Jason and Kim

Gregory Roser

February 17, 2021

Though I was Stanley's son-in-law, through the 5 years I was his primary caregiver he always treated me like his own son. I will always treasure the time we spent together, and he told me many times how he appreciated my efforts to keep him in his own home to the very end. Despite some hospitalizations over the years, he never ended up in a nursing home. Dad spent his final 7 days in a hospice care facility where he had 24 hour care and made him as comfortable as possible in his final days. June & I have been married almost 40 years, but I have known Stanley for almost 50 years. He treated me like a part of the family from the very first day we met when June & I were 15 years old. He lived a good life and is now with his beloved Martha.

Loraine Henry

February 16, 2021

June and family,
Please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of your Father.

May he Rest In Peace.

Loraine Henry

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