Milan George Bogdan

Born on September 4, 1941

Departed on April 11, 2015 and resided in Hendersonville, TN

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Milan Bogdan, April 11, 2015, age 73 of Hendersonville. He was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Bogdan. Survived by his children, Sherri (Vance) Vlasz, Todd (Melanie) Bogdan, Brian (Rhonda) Bogdan; grandchildren, Alexis, Justin, Zachary, Clay, Brooke, Becca and Rachel; brothers, Steve and Allen Bogdan; sister, Dianne Lamako; special friend, Joanie Pietramale. Milan was a producer and engineer in the music industry for over 50 years. He worked with many artists, and was credited with many gold records. Visitation will be at Cole & Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville Sunday from 5-8pm, and Monday from 4-8pm. A celebration of life will be held Tuesday at 1pm with interment to follow at Hendersonville Memory Gardens.

15 Comments to Milan George Bogdan

  1. Eric Richardson
    April 11, 2015 7:16 pm

    Milan was a great man! It has been a blessing to have known him. I have always considered an honor to work such a talented individual. I used to tell him that I wanted to be as knowledgeable and talented as him some day.

  2. Mike Porter
    April 12, 2015 8:57 am

    Milan will be missed. For his family, here are some collected comments from industry friends and colleagues on Facebook.
    Sad day… Milan was a huge influence on the beginning of my career in the early ’80’s and set me on a solid course to succeed. He will always be Fantastic to those who had the privilege of knowing him.
    My sincere condolences. RIP Dear Old Friend! Your FANTASTC work here is done.
    Another big loss. Milan was a good guy.
    So sad to hear. Milan always had a great attitude and was always more than willing to jump in and help out when things got chaotic setting up for a session. Milan was totally fantastic and he will be missed.
    Milan was a great friend and engineer and inventor. Engineered KC Sunshine Band hits and invented a stereo camera used in Viet Nam era aircraft. Great friend.
    Milan was a good friend, unbelievable editor on the old JVC recorders. I think he went all the way back to KC and the Sunshine Band. A good soul. He will be missed.
    So sorry to hear this…he was such a lovable person, and such a sweet soul.
    I am very sorry to hear this news also! I had great respect for Milan, both for his wonderful personality, and his many accomplishments as an audio engineer and inventor. Another very tragic loss for our Nashville community!
    Milan’s Fantastic legacy will continue through the impact he had on all of us…. I am Certainly a better engineer because of him. Job well done Sir, you will be missed.
    One of the best. He was a great engineer and mentor. He will be missed by everyone and by the industry.
    Ohhhh man .l loved him ! He tought me so much.he was a stellar man!
    News is not fantastic, but Milan was!!!! He will be missed.
    He was a gentle teacher, I learned a lot from… Rest Milan
    Sorry to hear this. I never worked closely with Milan, but any time I was around him, he was kind hearted, helpful and always supportive. When someone is gracious when they don’t have to be, that says a lot about a person, in my book.
    So sorry to hear this! He was always kind to me and I really appreciated it.
    So sorry to hear this. He was such a talented engineer. As nice and humble as they come.

  3. Sharla McCoy
    April 12, 2015 9:59 am

    one of my dearest and longest friends. There’s not a doubt in my mind that he has earned a pair of golden angel wings. Fly high my friend. Rest in peace. A true friend to all, a heart the size of Texas, a gentle spirit in teaching and a laugh that was so infectious. I will miss you dear Milan. I will always remember our talks and time working together. R.I.P.

  4. Graham Lewis
    April 12, 2015 10:32 am

    Milan you are and always will be fantastic.

  5. Kerry Kopp
    April 12, 2015 11:59 am

    I worked with Milan for many years, and enjoyed every minute of it. Well, almost every minute. Even when we disagreed about something, Milan was very straightforward, honest and fair. He was never resentful in his acceptance of my opinion. And he was always everyone’s friend. I will always love him, for that. Miss you, Milan…

  6. Jeff Giedt
    April 12, 2015 1:23 pm

    I enjoyed my times with Milan. His stories always entertained, his knowledge was deep,and he had a willingness to always teach me something new. I can’t recall any greeting that didn’t include a big smile and his trademark “fantastic “! I am sorry for our loss and am praying for the family.

  7. Larry and Jackie Kolodge
    April 12, 2015 2:34 pm

    Prayers for the family. We will miss him. But will hang on to all the memories of all the fun we have had in days gone by.

  8. Sandy Van Eenoo
    April 12, 2015 5:59 pm

    i was saddened to hear of Milan’s passing. He truly was an awesome and “fantastic” person. My sincere prayers for all his family.

  9. Angie Redding
    April 13, 2015 10:54 am

    Becca and Rachel:

    So sorry to hear about the loss of your grandfather. We will be praying for you!
    Mrs. Angie

  10. Carole Dove
    April 13, 2015 12:53 pm

    You have been such a special friend for many many years Milan and you’re going to be missed by all of us . And you have helped so many people that might not otherwise have gone where they are today and you can take pride in that too . that’s why you always had that fantastic smile on your face . This is our sad time but I know that I will see you again. The great Jackson Five in their garage, KC wanted to do another project and you are the only producer he ever had, yes and the film work behind enemy lines you were credited with. Fantastic!

  11. Kevin Holevar
    April 13, 2015 6:46 pm

    I had the pleasure of working with Milan in the the mid to late 90’s on my band’s recordings, Clinton River. We all loved & respected Milan. We will miss but never forget our friend. He will live through all the people he touched & all the music he was so very much a part. Rest in peace my friend.

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  13. Michael (Mike) Eubanks
    November 30, 2018 12:17 pm

    Milan was a legend. Still is, and will always be. One of the most intelligent, creative, and most kind souls I’ve ever known. Milan took me under his wing and gave me advice I’ll always cherish and remember. From the fun days at Emerald and beyond. Milan will always have a huge place in my heart.
    If I could speak to him now, I’d probably ask… “Hey Milan, how’s Heaven?” And he would probably reply (with a grin…) “FANTASTIC!”

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