Stephen F. Bohen
1955 - 2020
BORN
July 27, 1955
DIED
November 4, 2020
FUNERAL HOME
Quinn Funeral Home
728 West 9th Street
Erie, PA 16502
Stephen F. Bohen, age 65, of Erie, passed away Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at home. Funeral arrangements will be announced Wednesday by the Quinn Funeral Home, West 9th and Liberty St.

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Published by Erie Times-News on Nov. 8, 2020.
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To most of his close friends, Steve was known as "Boze'. I got to know Boze after his college days. We shared laughs camping, bowling, golfing and having a few Yuenglings. He was one of the most knowledgeable and nicest guys I have ever had the honor to meet. My sincere condolences to his family and loved ones at this sorrowful time.
Tom Thaler
Friend
November 14, 2020
To Steve's Family,

My sincere condolences on your loss. Steve was a true communications professional. His work with Gannon basketball was amazing. He even has a TV show with Coach Tom Chapman for awhile, which was unheard of at that time for a Div. II program. Hope everyone remembers Steve's work on the PIAA championship games. Thank goodness he was on those broadcasts, as the guys from eastern Pa. knew very little about our Erie teams. RIP Steve.
Joe Spinelli
Acquaintance
November 14, 2020
This man had such a wonderful sense of humor. Always made me laugh. I'm sure the angels in heaven will benefit from his delightful humor
Jerri Dana Davis Whitman
Friend
November 13, 2020
Sincere condolences to the family for Steve Bohen, I enjoyed the years I worked with Steve at WLKK / WLVU Radio. He was a professional and had a great sense of humor.
Rich Peterson
November 13, 2020
An additional thought I neglected to mention - Any long-time Gannon hoops fan, like myself, will confirm that Steve is, was and always will be, the voice of Gannon basketball. Whenever I could not attend a game, Steve’s radio broadcast was the next best thing to actually being there. If there is not a dedication to Steve hanging in the Hammermill Center, there should be! A Golden Knight legend.
Dave Korn
Friend
November 13, 2020
Dear Bohen Family, specifically, Terri, fellow Gannon Class of ‘85 alum, I am very sorry to hear of Steve’s passing. He was the one Gannon faculty member I stayed in contact with through the years, as I would see him out and about, especially at Gannon basketball games. We talked Gannon hoops, baseball and The Doobie Brothers. Steve was a wealth of sports and music knowledge, and, just a nice guy. He will be missed. Dave Korn, Gannon Class of ‘85.
Dave Korn
Friend
November 12, 2020
Deeply saddened by Steve's passing. He was a mentor, a friend and one funny dude. From helping me get my first "real" job in radio to so many laughs and fun road trips with Gannon Basketball, Steve was a great guy and will definitely be missed. Patricia and I send our thoughts to the family and pray for strength, peace and comfort during this very difficult time. Rest easy, my friend.
JEFFREY ALAN WISNIEWSKI
November 12, 2020
To all who are mourning this loss, I pray that you find comfort in the memories and smiles shared with Steve. I was blessed to have known him and have him share his light and humor with me at work. He was a truly kind spirit and will be missed greatly!
SueYong Rodgers
Coworker
November 12, 2020
I'm so sorry to hear this news. Although our lives went in separate directions, Steve held a place in my heart. Sending love to the entire Bohen family.
Kelly Conaway
November 12, 2020
My sympathy to the family of Steve Bohen. I will remember Steve as the marvelous voice of the Gannon Golden Knights basketball teams. Most memorable was his play-calling of the 1986-87 men's team which advanced to the NCAA Division II national championship game. I was among the over 2,500 Gannon supporters who traveled to Springfield, Massachusetts for the Final Four. I will never forget sharing in the excitement of those two days with Steve and the many other Gannon fans. He was a true gentleman and a fine representative of sports broadcasting. He will be missed.
Jim Mack
Acquaintance
November 11, 2020
To Steve's family, and LONG list of friends and acquaintances, My deepest sympathy. I will always cherish hearing Steve call Gannon basketball games and seeing him in the radio booth. He was a true professional, who's love of sports and kindness could be felt over the air. Erie has lost another legend, but he will be remembered forever by so many.
Dan Pollock
November 11, 2020
Eternal rest grant unto him, O Lord! And let perpetual light shine upon him.May his soul and all the souls of the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.
Deacon Tom Matusiak
Teacher
November 11, 2020
Terri and Bob, I offer my deepest sympathy and am praying for you and your family during this time of grief. There are so many good memories of Steve from our days at Gannon. May your memories bring comfort and peace as you celebrate a life well-lived. May Steve now rest in the arms of our loving God.
Craig J Heuser
November 11, 2020
To Steve's Family,
I offer my sincere condolences on your loss.
Steve was a colleague at Gannon and he always had a smile.
Charlie Bennett
Charles A. Bennett
November 11, 2020
Maggie and family, please accept my sincere condolences for the loss of your brother. I will keep you and your family in my prayers, especially that Stephen be resting in the arms of Jesus as I write this. God Bless, Darleen Miller Wilkinson
Darleen Wilkinson
November 11, 2020