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Obituaries

Nicholas R. Bohrer

Nicholas “Nick” Robert Bohrer, age 39, of Surprise, Arizona passed away on May 12th, 2022. He was born in Buffalo New York on September 10th, 1982 to Richard Bohrer and Judith Stoeckl.

As the oldest of four, Nick is survived by his siblings Nina Pelc (Richard), Amy Butler (Martin), and Andrew Bohrer (Samantha). He is also survived by his three nieces and four nephews.

Nick had a love for fast cars, video games, electronics, cartoon characters, action figures, movies, and all things Buffalo. His connection to these items made him a kid at heart. He shared these passions with his friends throughout life and incorporated them into his work. Following his service in the United States Air Force, Nick remained in Surprise, AZ, and found himself sharing his love for movies, electronics, and photography as a Sales Consultant at Best Buy. He was also creative and expressed his artistic abilities through photography. He blended his love for people, photos, and a fun time while working at Westgate, where he was affectionally called “Photo Guy.” He also spent game day at Westgate and made his love for the Buffalo Bills and the “Bills Mafia” known. He wasn’t shy about sporting his Buffalo Bills gear or shouting “Go Bills!”

Nick viewed life through the lens of his camera and captured everyone’s best moments. He had a true passion for capturing the love, happiness, and joy in life. Through his photos, he taught those around him to appreciate life’s little moments. His photos will always hold a special meaning.

Nick was a loyal friend to all. He opened his arms and heart to everyone he met. Once you were a friend, you were always a friend. He had a way of making life-long friends, who quickly became family. He was a loyal friend who would show up and do anything for anyone. He had a magnetic energy that made people gravitate toward him. He was a step beyond just approachable; it didn’t matter if Nick had known you for 20 years or 20 minutes, he would greet you with a dazzling smile and the biggest bear hug. Through it all, Nick was a representation of a loyal, kind, fun-loving soul who worked hard and always made time for others.

Nick conquered many life challenges and continually pushed the limits of what he could do. He wouldn’t let anything stop him from living his life to the fullest. He paved his own path and left life on top.

Nick is survived by his parents Richard and Judith Bohrer, and his siblings. A celebration of life will be held in New York at a later date.

George Tivadar

April 20th, 1949 – May 4th, 2022

George was born to Petru and Maria Tivadar in Oradea, Romania in 1949. George was 73 years old when he went to be with our Lord after his battle with cancer for 1 year. George moved to Michigan at the age of 20 and worked for Ford Corporate Credit Division for 30 years.

George was very ambitious and had a passion for serving the Lord. He loved singing, playing the guitar and was very devoted to reading and studying the word of God. George worked on and helped complete a Christian Poetry Book called Cartea Taine De Costace loanid and also contributed in the Christian Romanian Musical Writings and Music Book by Nicolae Moldovan.

George married Silvia in 2016 and shortly after moved to Arizona in 2017. George grew to love Arizona, the weather and the beautiful scenery. George loved to travel and sightsee. He was constantly driving to Sedona, Flagstaff, and loved Prescott. He enjoyed going out on drives and strolls with Silvia weekly. George had a very close relationship to his grandsons Evan and Nolan. Evan and Nolan knew George as their grandfather and loved him dearly.

George was full of life and was always looking to learn as much as possible. He would enroll into college courses; he would take finance courses in his late 60’s and early 70’s. George always wanted to learn and encourages others to learn. George believed that limitations should not get in the way of trying new things and did not believe in excuses. George believed there are options, solutions and ways to always figure things out. George loved Silvia and spent his last years and days with his wife that he loved dearly to his last breath. George was devoted to God and his faith to the very last moment.

You are loved and missed George.

A Funeral will be held on May 12th, 2022 at 7 pm at Happy Valley Romanian Pentecostal Church in Phoenix, Address: 25435 N. 13th Ave Phoenix, AZ 85027. A Graveside Service will be held the following day May 13th, 2022 at 12 pm at the Phoenix Memorial Park & Mortuary, Address: 200 W. Beardsley Road Phoenix, AZ 85027.

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