Reverend Douglas Wohn

Born: 02/18/1941 Passed:

Reverend Douglas Wohn, age 79, passed away on January 11, 2021 Doug was born and raised in Chicago. He earned his Master of Divinity degree from Hamma School of Theology in Ohio and was ordained as a Lutheran minister. He served numerous churches in north and central Ohio. After retiring from the ministry, he worked at Allstate Insurance in Hudson, Ohio.

He was preceded in death by his parents, daughter, Heidi Wohn and brother, George Wohn.

Survivors include his wife, Martha (Marti) Wohn; daughter, Heather (Kevin) Dean; grandchildren, Miranda Dean and Ethan Dean; sister, Sandra (late Sigi) Beyer; his children acquired through marriage, Keith (Nancy) Dishong, Jason (Michelle) Dishong, Michele (Nick) Hunter, 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.

At his request there will be no calling hours or funeral service. To honor the kind, generous and loving man we all knew, we would ask that if an opportunity arises, reach out to someone who could use some joy. Doug taught us to appreciate life and count our blessings.

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9 Tributes to Reverend Douglas Wohn

  1. Verna Mitteer says:

    So proud & privileged to have known you Doug! You captured my soul with your loving Smile & Care you shined on all who knew you! I will so miss that genuine gentleman & kindness we sadly see so little of in todays world! You truly are the most humble man I have ever met & Marti was so very lucky to have you.. as you were her! Two beautiful peas in a pod! ❤️
    I will miss you Little Dougie.. My Buddy! 💔
    Love your Friend, Verna Mitteer

  2. Mrs. Browning says:

    Doug, You will be missed! It surely was a blessing to know you. I will never forget the nickname that you always called me…“cutie pie”! Love and prayers to the family! ❤️🙏

  3. Linda Parks says:

    Doug was a favorite coworker of mine at Allstate several years back. When I found out he and Marti were dating, I was ecstatic. Two great people that made an amazing couple. He called me ‘spicy meatball’, an endearing name from an endearing man. Rest in peace my Friend.

  4. Marge Behrendt. says:

    Doug was my best friend in high school. He had a good ear for listening and always had good advice. After I was married Doug would often visit my husband and our children. My deepest sympathy to his family. A wonderful man like Doug will be deeply missed.

  5. Carol Banks says:

    Doug was a good friend to many, always a kind and caring word of encouragement. He was a wonderful Christian man who lived his faith! He will be missed by many. Condolences to his wife , Marti and his family

  6. Emily Belknap says:

    He was such a kind person! He is going to be missed by many. I will never forget how nice you were to me!

  7. Bernie LeMasters says:

    So sorry for your loss. I knew Doug and the girls at E. Market St. Church. Prayers are with you all.🙏🙏🙏❤️

  8. George Hunt says:

    Pastor Wohn married my late wife and me in 1987. My wife was living in Akron and I in Bellflower Ca. My wife did marriage instruction with him while I had my instruction with my pastor in Ca. After marriage we moved to Ca. where we lived until moving to Oregon in 2006. I moved back to Akron in December of 2014. I tried to locate Pastor Wohn at the Church on E. Market when I returned but no one I spoke with knew where he was. I will ALWAYS be thankful that he worked with us (me) long distance so I could marry my beautiful girl.

  9. Ann says:

    Happy Birthday in heaven, Doug.

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