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August Bohlinger’s obituary January 11, 2011

Posted by johnbohlinger in Uncategorized.
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May 5, 2007
Born in Billings Montana, August 28, 1987. August Bohlinger joyfully rode a cramped 1977 VW Microbus at age four to Nashville, TN, where he remained all of his life. August attended Norman Binkley Elementary, Julia Green Elementary, Walter Stokes Middle School, Montgomery Bell Academy, Hillsboro High, W.O. Smith Music School, and MTSU. From an early age August was imbued with a passion for creating, whether it was drawing, painting, playing piano, drums, guitar, bass, cooking, writing fiction, building hip hop beats, photography and making short films. Incredibly generous, August had a personal mission for feeding Nashville’s homeless community. August’s loving spirit, quick wit, generosity and insight will be cherished forever by those lucky enough to have known him. August is survived by his loving mother and father, Sherrie Love Bohlinger and John Christopher Bohlinger; his grandparents, Carl and Donna Love and John Bohlinger of Montana; eighteen aunts and uncles and twenty cousins. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to W.O. Smith Music School. The address is 1416 Edgehill, Nashville, TN 37212. PH 615-255-8355. A memorial service will be held at 530 p.m. Monday, May 7th at Edwin Warner Park Little Harpeth River Picnic Area. From West Nashville Travel west on West End (70s) out of town and through Belle Meade. Bear left onto Highway 100 at the split. At the light at Old Hickory Boulevard, turn left. Turn right at the next light onto Vaughn Road. The entrance to the picnic shelter areas 2-11 is the 3rd right turn. Shelter 11 is the last one.

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