Bollweg III, Henry

Bollweg III, Henry


Henry Bollweg, III, 79, passed away on March 24, 2015 in Apache Junction, AZ.  He was born in 1935 in Douglas, AZ.

Hank was preceded in death by his parents, Helen Brooke Bollweg and Henry Bollweg, Jr.

He graduated from high school in Douglas, AZ.  He immediately joined the Navy, where he served as a signalman from 1954 to 1957.

He received a Bachelor of Science from Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff, and earned a Master of Education at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

After college, he taught in Illinois for two years, two years in Ganado, AZ, two years in Bishop, CA and thirty years in Bisbee, AZ.  Hank enjoyed fishing, gardening, cooking and home repair projects.

Hank is survived by his son, Henry Bollweg, IV, and his grandson, Jonathan Henry Bollweg.

He watched the building and progress Cochise College in Douglas, AZ with interest and pride.  Memorial donations are gratefully accepted for a scholarship fund that is being organized for Cochise College.  Any donations may be sent to Henry Bollweg, 8931 E. Civano Dr., Gold Canyon, AZ 85118.

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17 responses to Bollweg III, Henry

  1. John Gribble says:

    Mr. B thoughts and prayers out to u. You are on your new journey. One on the best teachers I had. U will bi missed by many.

  2. Condolensces to his family. He was my Science teacher junior year and I liked him very well.

  3. What a very sad loss for those of us still here, but WHAT A GAIN HEAVEN received. My condolences to the family.

  4. Ramon Garcia says:

    My deepest and most sincere condolences to Mr. Bollweg’s family. He helped solidify my interest in science. His zeal for teaching and his quirky sense of humor made learning fun. He will always be remembered as one of my favorite teachers and favorite human beings. Rest in peace and teach them some good science in that big chemistry classroom in the sky.

  5. Susana Judd says:

    He was a wonderful teacher, he instilled the love of chemistry for me. He always made learning fun. My condolences to all.

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