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Robert Anthony Bohuk

Jan. 1, 2022

Robert Anthony Bohuk, 33, Nashville, left this earth on Jan. 1, 2022, the beginning of the New Year.

Mr. Bohuk was a good person, a great father, the oldest brother and the first son. His friends, all the way back to elementary school, regarded him as a fun, kind, and caring person. He loved to play guitar and have a good time with those around him (which was usually with his brothers and father.)

Mr. Bohuk is remembered as a talented musician and fantastic flat picker. He enjoyed writing in his journals, playing games, and doing anything with music. One of his biggest dreams was to be a writer. Anyone that knew him would always see him reading or writing in his journals, frequently. He believed in hard work and hard play and would’ve given anything for anyone to join him in those activities. He is also remembered as having both a deep fear and hatred for mustard. Most of all, he loved his 5 year old daughter, Fiona Mae, who was the light of his life. She had him wrapped around her little finger.

Survivors include his daughter, Fiona Mae Bohuk; brothers, Alec Bohuk, Sydny Bohuk, Nathan Hoover, Kaleb Luttrell and William Luttrell; his mother, Rachel Luttrell (Jeremie); his father, Richard Bohuk (Ronda McClay-Bohuk); his grandfather, Brad Johnson; and by Fiona’s mother, Alyssa Thompson.

A Celebration of Life will take place on Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022, at the Tipton Moose Lodge, 900 W. Jefferson Street, Tipton, Ind., beginning at 4 p.m.