Konstantine Bogdanos Jr. – October 19, 2018

Konstantine “Deno” Bogdanos Jr., 60 of Hoboken, NJ passed away peacefully on Friday night surrounded by his loving family. Deno was born in Jersey City to Konstantine Sr. and Claire Bogdanos on March 30, 1958.  He graduated Don Bosco Prep in Ramsey, NJ and attended NYU Stern School of Business. Deno grew up working in the family restaurant. He later obtained his real estate broker license and opened Corporate Realty Co. in Hoboken in 1989.

He enjoyed scuba diving, skiing, cooking, and most of all being with his girls. He felt a close calling to working with those who served our country by supporting the Wounded Warrior Project, the USO, and the Marine Heritage Foundation for many years. Deno will always be remembered for his laugh, his energy, and his kindness. Konstantine joins his father in the hearts of his family’s memory as he will be cherished by his beloved wife Jeanine, the treasures of his life, his daughters, Athena, Isabella, and Hera; he is also survived by his dear mother Claire, and his three brothers Mark, Matthew, and David Bogdanos.

His visitation will be held on Monday at the Lawton-Turso Funeral Home corner of 7th and Washington St from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM. A funeral Mass will be offered on Tuesday morning 11:00 AM at St. Ann’s Church here in Hoboken (Seventh and Jefferson) with a burial immediately following at Holy Cross Cemetery, N. Arlington NJ. Please make donations to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, NY by contacting giving@mskcc.org.

Lawton-Turso Funeral Home

5 thoughts on “Konstantine Bogdanos Jr. – October 19, 2018

  1. Dear Jeanine, Athena, Isabella, and Hera:

    You are truly in our thoughts and prayers because of your loss. We sincerely hope that your memories will guide you through this difficult time. We pray that Saint Peter welcomes Deno into God’s heavenly kingdom and may peace and strength be with you and your entire family at this most emotional time. Eternal rest, grant unto Deno, O Lord please let perpetual light shine upon him. Rest in Peace.

    DAVE & Deann O’Lenick
    Don Bosco Class of 1976

  2. I extend my deepest condolences to the Bogdanos family. I was a classmate of Deno. We met at DBP our freshmen year and I enjoyed being friends with him very much. My prayers go out to the family.

  3. Dear Jeanine, Athena, Isabella, Hera, David and family:
    We are so very sorry. Please know all of you are in our prayers. May God give you the strength to get through this most difficult time. May Deno rest in peace now.
    Gerard, Charlene, Nicole and Jessica Ciandella

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss. The bible is so true when it mentions “the sting of death”. Death is truly painful for family and friends. The God of the bible Jehovah says he’s going to “swallow up death forever and bring back to life on earth all those who have died in his memory” (Isaiah 25:8). This scripture has given me comfort and I pray you receive comfort from it also.

  5. My condolences to the the family and friends, I knew him through his mother Claire. RIP Deno

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