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Gregory Blohm

Gregory J. Blohm, age 59, passed away February 2, 2016. Born in Lyons, IL. At age 12 the family moved to northern Michigan where he graduated from Onaway area High School. After graduating, he went to Northern Michigan College in the U.P. followed by 4 years active duty as a M.A.S. H. surgical tech followed by 18 years in the Army reserves in Alaska. During his time in Alaska he very much enjoyed where he worked as a tech for one of the large oil companies. He was also an avid hunter, fisherman and water skier. He came back home to Michigan in 1999 where he built his home. In 2013, he sold his home and based himself at his sister Lyn’s home in IL where he worked extensively in the music industry for C.J. Curtsinger and C. J. Star Busses for Stars in Nashville, TN. He was the loving son of the late Wesley J. and the late Martha R. (nee Tuscher) Blohm, beloved husband of Marilyn (nee Sedeno), cherished step-father of Casper, dear brother of Lyn (Greg) Stukalo, Janis (Moe) Blohm and Peggy (Glenn) Walters, fond uncle of Amy, Katrina and Eric. He will be truly missed by many friends and co-workers. He was a man of service and character. Our loved ones go from us to God and God is very near. Visitation Monday, February 8th, 10:00am until time of funeral service, 12:00pm at Kuratko-Nosek Funeral Home, 2447 S. DesPlaines Avenue, North Riverside. Cremation private.

 

 

 

 


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I left a comment earlier, I mistakenly said 86 Evac Hospital. I Ieant to say 47th Field Hospital. ( I stayed in. Lol) Thank you.

Douglas Wood Oct 17 2020 5:09 PM

I very sad to find this out. Greg was my best friend in Oklahoma. We served together in the 86th Evac Hospital, and both of us lived in Medicine Park Oklahoma. Ive looked for him in the past, but today I found him. Like I said, very sad to hear this news. It sounds like he went on to live a great life.

Douglas Wood Oct 17 2020 11:29 AM

care is a habit of the heart. resonated for me like a thunderclap. Thank you Greg and Bill for this headline/mantrum/words of wisdom. Rest in peace on your new tour, Greg! To all those who feel his loss I send my prayers for comfort.

Shira Nahari Jun 25 2016 12:59 AM

To Dear C.J. and Terry, Your employment and friendship, especially your friendship, meant more to our brother than youll ever know. The friendship and generosity you gave to us when we met was so very heart felt and appreciated. All of us crying together gave us feelings of relief and love. Having Greg Sherwood there was another wonderful surprise that we will never forget. And, thank you to Joe for coming also. You and your circle of friends were a gift from heaven to Greg. Thank you again to all of you for the comfort and compassion you gave. Lyn, Janis and Peggy

Janis Blohm Feb 19 2016 6:45 PM

Prayers to the family and know we will miss his smiling face.

Bandish family Feb 15 2016 5:13 PM

Thank you so very much for your kind words. I am glad you enjoyed his company and words of encouragement. He was like that with all of us. Yes, he will be missed more than words can say.

Janis Blohm (favorite sister lol) Feb 7 2016 9:47 PM

I will miss Greg greatly. He will be greatly missed on the Age of Disruption Tour. I could always count on him. He took such good care of our group with safety first always.

Diane Feb 7 2016 5:05 PM

Words are hard to come when writing this about our dear friend Greg. He worked at our company CJ Starbuses as a tour bus driver. He was not only a very good driver but first and foremost a good sweet down to earth loyal friend to me and my wife and many people who knew him. We all will never be the same without him. We will all miss his presence and phone calls and text messages. Rest in peace Greg Blohm. We love you and will miss you everyday till we meet again. Your Friends, CJ & Terry Curtsinger

C j & Terry curtsinger Feb 6 2016 1:04 AM