About Rob Bohning Photography

              8/7/1969 - 3/16/2015

This website is dedicated in honor of my husband, Rob Bohning. 

My husband, Robert J. Bohning, went home to be with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on March 16, 2015. 

Rob was diagnosed with Medullary Thyroid Cancer in 2012 and fought like a warrior until his time was complete here on earth. 

During the season of cancer, we have met the most amazing people.  We have truly been blessed beyond words.  Our desire is to continue to share Rob Bohning Photography with others and bless others with his eye for God's beauty. 

Medullary Thyroid Cancer is a rare cancer.  It makes up 3% of all thyroid cancer cases.  Early in the disease it spreads to neck lymph nodes, and then to distant metastasis in the liver, bone, brain, spine, and adrenal medulla.  As of today, there continues to be little public knowlege of MTC and funding toward finding a cure for this rare disease.  We want to continue to educate others and to help in finding a cure.

In honor of Rob, we want to continue Rob Bohning Photograpy.  Andrew and Olivia have a heart to do something to help others who are affected by MTC.  It is very personal to us and we will always be a part of this amazing group of people.   

My son, has raised over $11,000 with the summer triathlons, and is looking forward to training for this summer's 2017 triathlon.   My daughter, Olivia, is taking orders for Olivia's Naturals, which includes; natural room sprays, lip balms, bath salts, and hand creams.  All used with organic and essential oils. 

A percentage of earnings will go to Thyca (Thyroid Cancer Association), specifically, Medullary Thyroid Cancer, to help with research or the specific needs of others with MTC. 

As a widow, I am in connection with other widows and I hear the same thing.  There needs to be more support for widows, especially during the first years of their grief.  I envison resources and other means (beyond monetary) to empower my fellow widowers.  Pray with me, as the Lord directs what is in my heart and guides me to what that passion might look like.  I know that God uses the traumas of our past to grow the passions of our heart. 

Please pray for those individuals that have MTC and also their caregivers and family members.  When one person is diagnosed with cancer, the whole family needs support and prayer.  As a caregiver with two children, we very much appreciated everyone that came along side our family.  

We are thankful that in Christ, ultimately, there is always victory. 

Lori, Andrew, and Olivia Bohning