David-Bogner-Obituary

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David Paul Bogner

Orange Village, Ohio

Mar 13, 1949 – Sep 30, 2019 (Age 70)

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FJ CORRIGAN FUNERAL SERVICES - Orange Village Obituary

David Paul Bogner, 70 yrs. old, passed away September 30, 2019 from Amyloid Angiopathy. David was home with the love of his life Kathy for 16 years and married Kathy (Di Iorio-Yuzwa) on December 31, 2012 after asking many times (She said "just keep asking") and said "Everyone should have a Dave in their life". 

Dave is survived by his wife Kathy Yuzwa-Bogner (Di Iorio), children Preston J. & Jessica L. Yuzwa and grandson Preston J. Yuzwa, II.  Brother to Donna-Rose (Harold) Schlosser. Sister In-Law Joann Schaeffer (Fred-deceased) and Brother In-Law to John Di Iorio and Rob Hupp and uncle to many nieces and nephews. Preceded by his parents Richard and Francis Bogner and In-Laws Joseph and Eleanor Di Iorio, who adored him. His entire career was at American Standard as an Industrial Engineer and Graduate of Tiffin University.  David enjoyed volunteering with Knights of Columbus, Lions Club, Robinson Memorial Hospital, United Way and Coaching kids basketball and flag football, playing golf and cards, watching OSU football drinking wine and dancing with Kathy. Everyone who met Dave commented on his bright smile, charisma and positive outlook during this last year working hard every step of the way. 


Family and friends shall be received 30 minutes prior to catholic mass honoring Dave's life on Friday, October 11th at St. Joan of Arc,  8894 Oh-14, Streetsboro at 10:00am with refreshments and lunch immediately following. 


In lieu of flowers donations in Dave's honor will be used to support other families dealing with Amyloid Angiopathy.


 

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Kathy , we are so sorry .
It was a pleasure knowing
David. He was such a jokester.

God rest you David.
we will miss you
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Thoughts about Dave.

A man of gentleness.
A man who possessed an unconditional love for family and friends.
A man of faith who truly lived the Gospel message of feeding the hungry and helping the poor.
His life of faith and caring for others is a beautiful example for each one of us.
Let us honor his life by our effort to do the same.
He lived his final year with a quiet long-suffering knowing that Kathy would be there for him. She provided the path for...

Kathy,
I'm so sorry for your loss. I pray the love of friends and family help carry you through this difficult time. God bless you and your family.

Kathy i know this is a very difficult time but i want you to know that it was a PLEASURE working with you and help take care of David. David was a sweetheart . He was funny , He loves you unconditionally and he will continue. I have a card i want to give you if you would be okay with that. I send all my prayers and condolences to you and your family but most importantly YOU. It was nice meeting you Kathy for the short time we had together.

-Rebecca (caregiver)

Dear Kathy, thinking of you during this difficult time. Please reach to us if we can offer any help

Your vivacious smile and love for life will be missed, to his beloved wife Kathy, my sister he loved you with more than his whole heart, know that and that love will not replace his arms around you but know you will meet again with our Lord in heaven, love you, Joann