Norman Stanley Bogiel

norman bogiel

August 14, 1937 ~ June 14, 2010

Born in: Cleveland, OH
Resided in: Lawrenceville, GA

He is survived by his wife, Sandra Bogiel; children, Teri Bogiel, Jason Bogiel, Christina Sloan and her husband, Dan; grandchildren, Tyler Bogiel, Killian McGee, Jason Bogiel, Haley Bogiel and step grandchildren, Briana and Jason Donohue. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 2 o'clock at Amazing Grace Baptist Church, 787 Paden Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30044. Those wishing to send flowers please send to the residence: 2373 Regal Court, Lawrenceville, GA 30044

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  2. I want to share something that was told to me by a friend of my mothers at her funeral. Norman my not be here in person but he is in your heart always.

    Our thoughts and pray are with you always.

    Marilyn and Hector

  3. Christi sorry to hear about your dad. Hope everything is ok. If you need anything let me know.

  4. When we are faced with such sadness and loss it is so hard to find a place to start when you want to the world to know just how special someone is to you and how devastating the loss is to our hearts. Norman was my Father and my true hero. He was an amazingly talented man and dear dear Father. He touched many lives along his way and left smiles behind him. His talents left alot of beauty in this world. Those who knew him will never forget him and will miss him. This world will not be the same without him. El duderino I will miss you until my last day!!! I love you Dad ! Christi

  5. My heart goes out to the Bogiel family…..I wanted share something about Mr. Bogiel….he had a sense of humor that I will never forget!! From the nickname he gave me Debbie doo…. making us laugh when I was over their house hanging out with Teri and Christi….from taking all of us to Halloween Haunted Houses, laughing and scaring us…to the time when Burt Reynolds was filming the movie Cannon Ball Run and they were at Mr. Bogiel’s shop in Lawrenceville…we thought that was so cool…. It has been many years since I have seen him and his family, we now live in MN…but I cherish them all and the great memories always.My heart goes out to Mrs. Bogiel and the family…bless all of you and luv you…DebbiePattersonPrasicki♥

  6. It is heartbreaking to find out your father had died via the internet – even more sad to have your memorial posting be demanded to be removed by his second wife. I am so grateful that I found him after many years and that we had the opportunity to share some laughs and quite a few tears. He explained many of the reasons that he could not be there for me and he loved me as much as his other children even though he could never share it with anyone. Please rest in peace dear father, I will forever treasure our brief time and conversation that gave us both closure and love. I am certain that this too will be removed -it is so unfortunate that at such a sorrowful time for all of us that exists such cruelty.

  7. Dearest Bogie, you were my first love and our love gave us a outstanding beautiful daughter. Rest in eternal peace my love…your first wife, Geraldine Bogiel Alexander

  8. “colonel Bogie”,My Daddy.
    A man of true honor!I have been so blessed to have had you in my life.You loved your family with no restraints.You and mom showed our family and everyone else who knew us what true love and happiness looked like-You and Mom.
    You always told us that Mom may have been your second wife,but that she was Your “Angel and the Love of you life.” How beautiful!!! “Wait till your Dad comes home” put new meaning to a weeks run of butt burn.
    I feel sorrow that in this time of such deep agony and despair that someone could be evil enough to dishonor you in your death.We all know that situation. How did you ever know people that are so evil?
    I got your back “Dearest Dad.”I promised I would not let this break our family down. It will not!
    I love you forever . You are my hero, a soldier, my Daddy.
    Daddy’s little girl and first born. I love you-Teri
    Please allow my family their grieving process. Forward any comments not pertaining to the death to

  9. Whoever you were Mr Bogiel, I hope there can be some closure between all of your children. It is pretty clear that they wanted the world to know that you were loved. These postings don’t appear to be dishonorable or disrespectful but do show a another family situation where neither will find compassion.
    My dad knew Norman Bogiel in the late 50’s when they were both very young men as they enlisted in the US Army. I heard he was a great man. My condolences to all of his family.

  10. Sorry to find out so late, Norman was my first cousin and his middle name came from my father Stanley as mine did his. My condolences to all the family!

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