Boden Joseph Reischl
April 27, 2009 – April 14, 2021
Preceded in death by grandfather, Robert Reischl; great-grandparents: John and LaVaughn Riley, Aage and Ida Jensen, Joe and Mary Reischl, and Harry Lacy, Sr. Survived by parents, Chad and Inga Reischl; siblings: Mya, Riley, and Olivia Reischl; grandparents: Cindy Reischl, Karl and Caren Jensen; great-grandma, Naomi Lacy; aunts and uncles; eight cousins; and all our wonderful “Framily.” Boden became THE ULTIMATE HERO when he answered the prayers of others through organ donation.
VISITATION observing CDC guidelines: Sunday, April 18th from 4pm to 7pm with PRAYER SERVICE at 7pm at St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church, 16701 “S” St. MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL: Monday, April 19th at 10:30am, St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic Church. Interment: Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials will be directed by the family.
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Boden Joseph Reischl was born April 27, 2009 and left this earth on April 14, 2021. He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Robert Reischl, great-grandparents, John and LaVaughn Riley, Aage and Ida Jensen, Joe and Mary Reischl, and Harry Lacy Sr.
Boden is survived by his parents, Chad and Inga (Jensen) Reischl, siblings, Mya (14), Riley (8), and Olivia (4). Grandparents Cindy Reischl, Karl and Caren Jensen and Great-Grandma Naomi Lacy. Aunts and Uncles, eight Cousins, and all of his wonderful “Framily”.
Boden was born in Omaha to Chad and Inga. He was a 5th grade student at St. Stephen the Martyr Catholic School. Boden was a cherished son to his parents, a very special grandson, amazing brother, sweet nephew, loving cousin and a loyal friend to everyone. Boden was known as a kind hearted boy, who loved spending time with his siblings. When not playing video games, you would find him playing basketball or softball with his big sister. He loved playing Legos or stuffed animals with his little brother, or even playing Barbies with his little sister. His family describes him as an “old soul”. Boden had the biggest heart, and was a very protective brother. He was a loyal friend and valued his best friends most of all. He made a lasting impression on everyone he met. Boden was proud to be called a nerd, because he enjoyed Pokémon, was an avid reader, straight A student, organized and methodical. He always loved making scrambled eggs and chocolate chip pancakes. Boden was a jokester that most would call funny because of his quick wit and timing. He was extremely creative and a talented artist. Often, you could find him illustrating Pokémon books with Riley. Boden was a special person, who we always knew would make the world a better place. We just didn’t realize that his life‘s impact would be felt at such a young age. Boden became the ULTIMATE HERO when he answered the prayers of others through organ donation. We love you with all of our hearts Boden Joseph Reischl. You are more than just OUR, guardian angel now.
Kids are encouraged to wear their favorite superhero shirt to honor Boden’s heroic sacrifice.