Dr. Henry Bohn

East Cobb resident Dr. Henry Bohn has been an active citizen in Marietta since 1969. What you might not realize about Bohn is that, not only is he a successful veterinarian, he is also a United States Army veteran, who served duty in the United States Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Research Service and also served as the Post Veterinarian at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama. Bohn has a B.S. Degree in Agriculture from The University of Georgia, where he also obtained his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree.

Bohn has received many awards in his veterinary career. Among those are The University of Georgia Distinguished Alumnus Award and the J.T. Mercer Lifetime Achievement Award. As the owner of East Cobb Veterinary Clinic, Bohn has been immersed in Cobb County for many years. He has had perfect attendance for 37 years in the East Marietta Lions Club! He serves on the Administrative Board of Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church, was named East Cobb Citizen of the Year, and has been a member of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce for 25 years. Bohn also reaches out to others all over the world by serving on mission trips to Cost Rica and Kenya.

Bohn was in the Cobb Chamber of Commerce’s Honorary Commanders Class of 2007, and is an active participant in alumni trips and functions. He works monthly at the USO, greeting military personnel who are returning from duty or who are going back into theatre. Bohn has been instrumental in the Lion’s Club’s program of shipping boxes to military serving overseas.

Bohn and his wife of 49 years, Cindy, have 2 sons, Steven and Jimmy, and 2 grandsons. In his spare time, when he is not working or volunteering, Bohn enjoys collecting and repairing Lionel Trains. He also enjoys yard work, skiing, rowing, and hiking.

Dr. Henry Bohn has served our country and our community well and continues to be an example for those around him with his servant spirit and active participation. Thank you, Henry for your example to all of us!

Reprinted from the Cobb Chamber’s “Direct” newsletter, January 2011