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BOHACH, Katherine “Kae”

BOHACH, Katherine “Kae”


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Condolence Messages
  • Apr 18, 2019
    To my cousins and families, I am so sorry for your loss of your parents in such a short period of time. They will be in each others loving arms forever. I remember your mom in her quiet way welcoming everyone into her home. She was always at work; whether it be baking, cooking sewing or outside clearing underbrush from in front of their beautiful home in Honeymoon. My father Leon always spoke so highly of his sister Katie. I will remember them both fondly.
    Theresa Bryshun
    Saskatoon, SK.
  • Apr 14, 2019
    Dear family of Kae & Bud Bohach. Your parents have will now be together in Eternity. Their lives have touched mine as they lived at Northwoods. Their smiling greetings with friendliness and participation in activities was special They had a way of spreading a quiet, but welcoming joy to any occasion. The past few months have been very trying for all of you, but your love & Faith have seen your through ALL of it. May each and everyone of you treasure your remembrances in the special way they have showed you. Love & God's blessings, Betty Yarrow
  • Apr 14, 2019
    We would like to express our condolences to all the Bohach family whom we got to know when Bud and Kae were our neighbours in Rutland. Bud and Kae became our best friends and great neighbours as we got to know them over the 16 years. They became like family, with visits, dinners and many get together's over food, drink and much laughter. Kae's love and quiet mannerism was felt on each occasion as she brought out the delicious prepared food. Bud's humour and desire to please with jokes, beverages (of the good kind) made every occasion a pleasure. We will never forget the good times we had with love, food, drink and their never ending generosity.
    Love Loretta and Sam Swarchuk
  • Apr 13, 2019
    To the Bohach Family, our condolences. We knew of Kae and Bud through my parents: Mike and Ollie Proch. They worked together at the Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, travelled on the same trip to the Ukraine, visited back and forth for suppers and coffee. They enjoyed each others company. There was always a Bud and Kae story when we came to Kelowna! Bud delighted our Dad with stories about Honeymoon, Saskatchewan. Mom and Kae shared a friendship based on their work at the church making paskas and kolaches, and keeping those lovely Ukrainian traditions alive. Doug and I know all of you in the Bohach Family will miss your parents and grandparents. We also know that the memories you hold close to your hearts will help you with the loss.
    Elaine Proch Schierman
    Calgary, AB.