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Michael David Bohling __June 1, 1991 – Friday, July 7, 2017

Michael David Bohling, known as “Mike” to his family and friends, went to be with the lord on Friday, July 7, 2017.  Mike was born on June 1, 1991 in Phoenix, AZ and lived in Weatherford, TX
He suffered from Addison’s disease
Mike was a fun loving, quiet, and friendly young man who loved to spend time with his family, and relax at home playing video games and watching TV.
He attended Haltom High School in Haltom City, TX.
He is survived by his mother Denise Bohling, his father Jeff Bohling, his brothers Chris and Jeffery Bohling.
He will be missed by all.




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