Regis H. Bohr

Born:July 17, 1939

Passed Away:November 16, 2011

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Regis H. Bohr

Bohr, Regis H. 72, of AZ formerly of PA passed away on November 16,2011 surrounded by his loved ones. The former owner of K&T plumbing was an avid Pittsburg Steelers fan,who enjoyed golf and fishing. He is survived by his wife of 54 years Loretta,son Regis D,daughter Susan Glenn,son in law James Glenn,daughter in law Lori Bohr,grandsons Zachery Bohr & Jeffrey Glenn, granddaughters Courtney Glenn,Megan Bohr & Isabel Schacherbauer,great grandson Ethan Neubert, numerous family members & many friends who became part of his family. He will always be remembered for his strength,courage & humor. He will be greatly missed. Per Regis request no services are planned. He will be interred at All Saints Episcopal Church.

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5 Memories to “Regis H. Bohr”

  1. Rudy & Eileen Thill says:

    We were introduced 5 or 6 years ago by his son, Regis. During that time Regis and I became very good friends. In fact, I would say he was my best friend. We talked numerous times each day. Our favorite topics were golf and football, but there really was no topic regarding life that we did not discuss. There were many similarities in our life’s journey and I think that is why we became so close. Regis will be greatly missed. My phone is strangely quiet without him calling several times a day to check on me, give me a hard time, or just talk. Our prayers and condolences are with the family.

    Rudy & Eileen

  2. Dan & Linda Shire says:

    Loretta and family, Our prayers are with you.

    Regis was one of a kind for sure. He was able to laugh at his self as well as others. He always had a funny story to share. He took me golfing with him twice, need I say more (twice) I gave him a few good laughs golfing. I have know Regis for over twenty- five years and I will miss him.

  3. Gary and Linda Lisciarelli says:

    Regis was a great brother-in-law. We made rockets together, went big game hunting, gold paning, and cut each others hair. Many great memories. He was always fun and very good at helping solve my plumbing problems. He loved playing high school footbal and overcame many of lifes challenges with a positive outlook. He will always be remembered.

  4. Kathi Foster says:

    Regis and Loretta became our neighbors when I was in high school in the 1960’s. Over the years they were great to my Mom and helped her out as she grew older. My daughter and son-in-law now live in the family home and have become good friends with the Bohr’s. I always enjoyed talking with Regis. He was interesting and fun. He will be greatly missed in the old neighborhood. My thoughts and prayers are with the family.

  5. Randy & Heather, Joshua, Matthew & Amber says:

    Uncle Regis is irreplaceable! We will miss him so much. He taught Randy everything he knows about plumbing, a thing or two about fishing too. We remember with great fondness all the Christmas Eve white elephant parties at Aunt Loretta & Uncle Regis home. We will treasure all the memories and are grateful for the time we had with him. We send our love and prayers to Aunt Loretta, Cousin Regis & Lori, Cousin Susan & Jim, Zachery, Megan, Courtney, Jeff & Isabel. We love you.

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