William E. “Bill” Hohn, age 74 of Palm Bay, FL passed away October 28, 2021 at Melbourne Hospital in Melbourne, FL.
He was born August 23, 1947 in Indianapolis, IN the son of John S. Hohn & Hazel Marie (Huntley) McKay. He was reared & educated in Indianapolis, IN and graduated High School. After high school he served in the United States Army during the Vietnam era.
He worked as a nurse at the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis and was the owner/operator of a flower shop. His hobbies were painting and floral arrangement. He moved to Palm Bay, FL four years ago coming from Indianapolis, IN.
He is survived by two sisters: Terri Gilmore of Micco, FL and Jody Coleman and her husband, Ben, of Nashville, TN; also by a brother, Rick McKay and his wife, Shawn, of Indianapolis, IN. He is also survived by two nephews.
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