Friday, April 14th, 1950 - Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
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Roger L. Bohn, 69, passed away peacefully at his home on April 7, 2020 following an extensive battle with cancer. Roger was a lifelong resident of Columbus and he proudly served in the US Air Force in Vietnam. Roger retired from the PNC Bank Corporation where he was a Vice President. Roger is preceded in death by his father, Frank N. Bohn, mother, Deloris L. Miller and sister, Peggy L. Clauss. He is survived by his loving husband, Daniel L. Barber, sisters, Diana Sandefur and Laura "Buckwheat" Bohn, brother, Donald (Marcia) Bohn; very dear friends, James Shankle, Eric Hardiesty, and Candy McNutt; numerous friends, nieces and nephews. Roger will be remembered for his kind heart and quick sense of humor. Per Roger's request, there will be no calling hours. A Memorial Service may be conducted at a later date. Contributions may be made to Columbus Humane in Roger's memory.
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Danny Andrews

Posted at 03:45pm
I met Roger and Dan soon after moving to Olde Town about 24 years ago. I’ve always admired them. Roger was always so friendly and kind. To his husband Dan and Rogers family I want to express how very sorry I am. The world lost a wonderful person and he will be greatly missed. Offering prayers for peace and healing.

Danny Andrews

Marianne Lannan

Posted at 12:48pm
My sincere sympathy to Dan, family and friends of Roger. At work, I always enjoyed his positive attitude, broad knowledge and energy. He had a great smile and sense of humor. May your countless happy memories comfort you now and always. Fondly, Marianne Lannan

Candy McNutt

Posted at 09:34am
Roger will be greatly missed but his warmth, kindness, and joyful spirit will be remembered forever. There has never been a better friend and he will live in my heart always.

Rest In Peace, My Dearest Friend - Candy

John Sowers

Posted at 11:03am
John Sowers I was just thinking about Roger. He was part of our April birthday group: Vicki, Bill, Roger, and me.
Roger hired me in 1984 and help shape my career. I owe him for that.
He taught me to put things in prospective. We had a big issue at work and folks were running around like the world was ending. Roger ask me if anyone was dying. I said no. He said well then it can’t be that big an issue and let’s go fix it. He said he learned to put things in prospective from his time in Vietnam where he saw actual death.
That lesson or thought process helped me throughput my life.
Thank You Roger
Dan I am so sorry. I hope you are well.
John Sowers

Rita Flesch

Posted at 09:55am
I worked many years with Roger. He was a kind, funny individual. I remember him very well. I am sad to hear of his passing.
Rita Flesch

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