|Birth: ||Jul. 24, 1932|
|Death: ||Feb. 16, 2004|
Anchorage resident Burton Elmore Bohall, 71, died Feb. 16, 2004, at Providence Extended Care Center in Anchorage of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. A service of remembrance will be at noon Friday at Muldoon Community Assembly with the Rev. Kent Redfearn officiating. Mr. Bohall's cremated remains will be interred at Fort Richardson Cemetery. Mr. Bohall was born July 24, 1932, in Denver. He was drafted by the U.S. Army in December 1952, and served first as a cook and later as a television cameraman, in Korea. In June 1964, he transferred into the U.S. Air Force and served as a communication technician, a scoutmaster in the Philippines, and was also stationed in Vietnam. He served in 1st Mobile Communications in the Philippines, 33rd Communications Group at March Air Force Base and the 1931st Communications Group at Elmendorf Air Force Base. In June 1973, he moved to Alaska. After his military service, he worked at Auto Electric before working for S/4 Janitorial, which he later owned. He then worked at Alaska Auto Electric. He was the general manager at Rug Doctor for the last six years. He was a member of Muldoon Community Assembly, where he also served as an audio/visual technician; a president of the Ostomy Society; and a member of the American Cancer Society. Mr. Bohall enjoyed fishing and computers. Mr. Bohall and his wife, Anna, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary June 15, 2003. Survivors include his wife, Anna Bohall of Anchorage; sons, Albert Bohall of Chugiak, Randy Bohall of Seattle, Seth Bohall and Kevin Bohall of Anchorage, and Larry Bohall of Kenai; daughters-in-law, Mary Bess Bohall of Anchorage, Maggie Bohall of Kenai and Jennifer Bohall of Seattle; grandchildren, Jason Bohall of Denver, Krystal and Brandie Bohall of Chugiak, Annette and Dharma Bohall of Kenai, Grant and Cameron Bohall of Seattle; brothers, Gerald Bohall of Virginia, Frank Bohall of Arizona, Virgil Bohall of California and Cecil Bohall of Denver. He was preceded in death by his sister, Marge Young.
Note: Korea, Vietnam
Fort Richardson National Cemetery
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