OBITUARY

Ethel J. Bohne

March 30, 1931March 27, 2014
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Age 82 Of Woodbury Died on March 27, 2014

Passed away at home after a 6 month bout with leukemia. Ethel is preceded in death by her Parents, Herman & Edith; Brothers, Robert and Lee; Sister, Jean Elmore; Niece, Carolyn. She is survived by her Nephews and Nieces, Robert, Jr., Scott, Linda, Marilyn, Tom and Kay; Special Companion, Sara; Great-Nephews & Nieces; Great-Great-Nephews & Nieces; Many Cousins; and Many Great Friends. Funeral service 11AM Tues. 4/1/14 at Divinity Lutheran Church, 1655 E. Cottage Ave., St. Paul. Visitation 2 hours prior to the service. Interment Union Cemetery, Maplewood. Special thank you to her neighbors and friends for their never-ending support.

Services

  • Visitation Tuesday, April 1, 2014
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, April 1, 2014
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Julie Michalski Marden

April 1, 2014

Ethel was quite a lady! I grew up next to her, Edith and all of the kitties on a leash. I enjoyed her travel stories and her sense of humor. I stopped to visit her a number of times with my grandbabies and always had nice chats. I remember once running into her at WalMart and she showed me the teddy bears. What a great memory. She was a very thoughtful and loving lady. My sympathies to your family.

Nancy Michalski

April 1, 2014

Edith and Ethel were my next door neighbors in 1965 for about 20 years. What wonderful friends they were. We had dinners and long chats and traded kitty sitting for each others pets. I called Ethel recently and we chatted for quite a while. She was struggling and I tried to cheer her up. I sent her a birthday card and was planning to call soon to check on her. Just heard of her passing and am shocked she left us so soon. Am so sorry I can't be there for her funeral. My thoughts and prayers are with her beloved nieces and nephews.

Grace Jaeger

March 31, 2014

Ethel and the Vogel family go back many years. We have lots of memories of their time living in Cleveland and we always enjoyed seeing her again when she visited the area. We will miss her caring attitude and her wonderful sense of humor.

March 31, 2014

To All of Ethel's nieces and nephews. We know that Ethel must have told you of her annual visit to her cousin's farm in eastern Washington. She came usually every fall.
We looked forward to her, and her beloved cats, visits and all the interesting adventures they had had thru out the year.
Ethel was so filled with interest in everything and everyone. On her last visit she got to ride on the big red combine { a new addition to the farm}, along with a ride in the wheat truck to the elevator with "little" Austin. She absolutely loved that experience!!!
She spoke of all of you till we felt we knew you. The only one we actually met was Scott and his wife.
We write this with a heavy heart, she is missed dearly!!! We know she is free of pain and suffering and in her eternal home.
Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers.
A letter is on the way to ALL of you, sent to Ethel's address as that is the only way I have of communication.
With much love to you all.
Bernita and son Bryan Teel. Davenport, WA

March 30, 2014

We learned to know Ethel and her family 50 plus years ago thru her cousin and our dear friend Kathryn. We spent many hours together, including a trip to Europe. Thanks to her family and friends for being Angels sent to care for her. She will be missed by many.
Gerty & Eddie Free, Cleveland, WI

Gretchen (Bohne) Lambries

March 30, 2014

Ethel was a sweet, kind, woman who will be greatly missed. My father was her cousin.

March 30, 2014

I was privileged to have Ethel as a neighbor and friend for over 20 years. My grandsons adored her and I would always find them at her house visiting with her. She was full of life and cared about everyone. So thankful for the years of memories.
Robin Weihrauch (Woodbury, MN)

Jodi Bartley

March 29, 2014

My family had the privilege of meeting Ethel through my aunt, Karen (Ethel's neighbor and dear friend.) We knew Ethel to be a beautiful woman with a beautiful, vibrant soul. Karen sent Ethel on a hot air balloon ride with my daughter, Amanda - what an experience. Ethel had so many wonderful adventures and I know her memory will live on in so many. Much love and many prayers to all who love her.

Shirley Carlisle

March 29, 2014

I had the privilege of meeting Ethel when she came to Washington to visit with Claire in 2013. We had a good visit exchanging Kitty stories. We exchanged a few cards and letters and I always enjoyed getting her cards. Even though I only knew her a short time I will miss her.

Shirley

March 29, 2014

From the pictures it looks like she had a full, happy life.