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George W Bogdahn

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Westbrook, ME, USA
Death: Died in Biddeford, ME, USA
Place of Burial: Goodwins Mills, ME, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Anton W. Bogdahn and Evelyn Hunter Bogdahn
Husband of Mary L Bogdahn; Janice B Bogdahn and <private> Bogdahn (Moore (McLaughlin))
Father of Kim Alan Bogdahn
Brother of Alfred J Bogdahn; Dorothy Miniutti; Madelyn R Letourneau; Phyllis Duranceau/Bourke; Frank Bogdahn and 3 others

Occupation: retired business owner
Managed by: Private User
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About George W Bogdahn

Bride: Moore, Phyllis C

 Residence:Dayton, Maine

Groom:Bogdahn,George W

 Residence:Dayton, Maine

Marriage Date: August 25 1984

Place of Marriage: Maine

Certificate: 8406496

Bride: Smith, Mary L

 Residence:Kennebunk, Maine

Groom:Bogdahn,George W

 Residence:N Kennebunkport, Maine

Marriage Date: October 26 1946

Place of Marriage: Maine

Certificate: 0

Bride: Tasker, Janice B

 Residence:No Kennebunkpor, Maine

Groom:Bogdahn,George W

 Residence:No Kennebunkpor, Maine

Marriage Date: December 24 1951

Place of Marriage: Maine

Certificate: 0

Portland Press Herald (Maine)

January 30, 1997, Thursday,

GEORGE W. BOGDAHN;

EMPLOYED BY WOOD STRUCTURES FOR 10 YEARS

SECTION: LOCAL & STATE, Pg. 11B

LENGTH: 208 words

DATELINE: DAYTON

George W. Bogdahn, 74, of Route 5 died Tuesday at Southridge Living Center, Biddeford, after a long illness.

He was born in Westbrook, a son of Anton W. and Evelyn Hunter Bogdahn, and attended Saco schools.

During World War II, Mr. Bogdahn served with the Army.

In 1955, he moved to Springfield, Mass., and for 30 years, owned and operated George's Transmissions. He moved here in 1979 and worked for Wood Structures for 10 years, retiring in 1990.

On Aug. 25, 1985, he married Phyllis Moore in Dayton.

Mr. Bogdahn enjoyed carpentry and built his own home here in 1981.

Surviving, besides his wife, are four sons, Richard of Oregon, Kim of Biddeford, and Joseph and David, both of Springfield; a daughter, Kathy Bogdahn of Springfield; three stepsons, Thomas Small of Connecticut, Robert Small of Springfield and James Small of Biddeford; a stepdaughter, Cynthia Nason of Dayton; three sisters, Madaline Letourneau and Beatrice Illiscavitch, both of Florida, and Dorothy Miniutti of Saco; two brothers, William of Dayton and Anton of Casco; three grandchildren and seven stepgrandchildren.

A funeral will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Hope Memorial Chapel, 480 Elm St., Biddeford. Burial will be in Goodwin's Mills Cemetery.

Enlistment Record of George W. Bogdahn


Name: George W. Bogdahn Army Serial Number: 31217898 County of Residence: York Date of Enlistment: 17 Dec. 1942 Place of Enlistment: Portland, Maine Year of Birth: 1922 Nativity: Maine Marital Status: Single, without dependents Race and Citizenship: White, citizen Education: Grammar school Civilian Occupation: Semiskilled welders and flame cutters Source of Army Personnel: Civil Life Component of the Army: Selectees (Enlisted Men) Grade: Private Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law. Card Number: # Box Number: 0410 Film Reel Number: 3.132



            
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George W Bogdahn's Timeline

1922
February 22, 1922
Westbrook, ME, USA
1953
May 21, 1953
Age 31
1997
January 28, 1997
Age 74
Biddeford, ME, USA
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Goodwins Mills, ME, USA