Other Obituaries

Obituaries

John E. Perin Jr. Obituary
John E. Perin, Jr.  (Son of John Perin Class of 1962)

John Eric, Jr., City Councilman of Deer Park, age 42, died suddenly on Tuesday Feb. 7, 2017. Beloved son of John Sr. and Barbara Faulkner Perin and sadly missed brother of Joan Ellen Perin (David Lewis), niece Hannah Marie Seitz. John was a 1993 graduate of Deer Park High School. He leaves a host of cousins, other family and friends to mourn his passing. Visitation is Friday Feb. 10th 5-8 pm at Staley Funeral Home 7140 Plainfield Rd Deer Park 45236. Funeral Mass on Saturday Feb. 11 at 10 AM at St. Saviour Catholic Church 4136 Myrtle Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45236. Online guestbook at www.staleyfuneralhome.com

Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Feb. 10, 2017

 

Nancy Miller Johnson (Madeira Class of 1966)
July 17, 1948 – October 30, 2016

Nancy Miller Johnson passed away on Sunday, October 30. Inoperable internal bleeding. Not suspected until it was too late. She was 68 years old.  She is survived by her husband, Bruce Johnson, two children and six grandchildren.  There will be no service or gathering, per her wishes.  She did not designate any charities or organizations for memorial gifts or donations.  The family request no flowers.

 

Linda J. Constant (Sister of Sandy Constant Reder (Maderia Class of 1965)

Linda J. Constant, beloved daughter of the late Ronald and Ruth Constant, dear sister of Sandy Reder (Madeira Class of 1965) and David (Vicki) Constant, also survived by her loving dogs Sadie Grace, Sammy and Sophie Mariana. Passed away on August 18th at the age of 65. The family will receive friends on Monday, August 29th from 10AM until the time of memorial service, 11AM at Old Armstrong Chapel, at the corners of Indian Hill Rd. and Drake Rd. The family asks that memorials be made to either Armstrong Chapel UMC, 5125 Drake Rd (45243) or Save The Animals Foundation, www.STAF.org.

 

James Robert Aspinwall, Jr.
JAMES Robert ASPINWALL, Jr. - Madeira Class of 1964
September 25, 1945 - July 12, 2016

James Robert Aspinwall, Jr. went to Jesus Tuesday, July 12, 2016. James 'Jim/Jimmie' was born in Bay Village, Ohio to James Robert Aspinwall Sr. and Velda V. (Pinkie) Aspinwall, September 25th, 1945. James graduated from The Ohio State University. In addition he went to The New York University's Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences and The University of Cincinnati, Ohio. He served our country in Vietnam as a First Lt. in the Army in the Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol during 1968 - 1969. James was preceded in death by both his parents. He is survived by Alette, daughter Anieke Aspinwall, son James R. Aspinwall III, sister Deborah Petrigala (James) and niece Lauren and nephew Scott. Visitation will be from 9-10, Saturday, July 16, 2016, at Southside Assembly of God, 4750 Cleveland Heights Blvd. The service will follow visitation. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in James' name to Southside Assembly of God Missions or Building Fund. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.heathfuneralchapel.com - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/theledger/obituary.aspx?page=lifestory&pid=180674702#sthash.dzanshSE.dpuf

   
Michael Clay Heflin -  Madeira Class of 1964
February 11, 1946 - December 2, 2015

Michael went home with the Lord on December 02,2015 at his home surrounded by his loved ones. He will always be remembered for his love towards his family.  He was survived by a daughter, Natalie Victoria Heflin.  There was no public service.

 

 
Ralph A. WRIGHT   1913 - 2006
 

 

 WRIGHT Ralph A., a social studies teacher at Madeira High School from 1948 to 1972, passed away in Sun City, AZ on September 9, 2006. He was 93 and had emphysema. He made national newspapers when his 1968 political science class held a mock Republican presidential nomination and to his surprise chose him over Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Nelson Rockefeller, Charles Percy and George Romney. He reveled in telling friends that the golf team he assisted at Madeira defeated Jack Nicklaus' team. Popular with his students, the class of 1960 dedicated its yearbook to him. One of his favorite exam question was, "What cards did Wild Bill Hickok hold when he was shot in the back of the head during a poker game in Deadwood, KA - a so called "dead man's hand'? (Ans. Aces and Eights) He is survived by his wife Anne, two daughters and two granddaughters.

 Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Sept. 16, 2006

  

Ruth Mary Romano  1932 – 1965

Romano, Ruth Mary passed away at General Hospital (now University of Cincinnati Hospital) on August 1, 1965 at the age of 32.  Miss Romano was born on December 4, 1932 to John A. Romano and Mary Bowen Romano.  She was survived by her mother and brother, John Romano. 

Miss Romano graduated from Commerce Chase College (A.S.C.), University of Cincinnati (B.S.Ed) and Xavier University (M.Ed.).  As an educator at Madeira High School she taught Typing I, II; General Business; and was Ninth Grade Co-Ordinator and Guidance Counselor.  Her door was always open to her students and is remembered for her understanding smile and advice.

 

 

Francis (Frank) Lang 1921 -2015

Francis R. Lang, beloved husband of the late Marie V. (nee Vitale) Lang, passed away on March 23rd at the age of 94. Frank was born in Lowell, OH to John L. and Mary (nee Huck) Lang. He graduated from Lowell High School. He was known as "The Piano Man" as he very much enjoyed playing the piano. He served as a medical soldier in the US Army, from 1942-1945, where he was awarded five Bronze Stars for his tour in Europe. He went on to graduate from the University of Cincinnati in 1948. From 1948-1975 he had many roles that included teacher, guidance counselor, assistant principal and principal, at Madeira High School. He was also an adjunct instructor at the University of Cincinnati and Clermont College from 1976-1981. He is survived by his sister-in-law, Margherita McLaughlin and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his brothers, Carl, Leo, Lewis and John Lang, sister, Mildred Arnold and brother-in-law, Peter Vitale. Visitation will be held on Saturday, March 28th from 9:30AM until the time of Mass of Christian Burial 10AM at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church, 7754 Montgomery Rd. (45236). Interment will follow at Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Condolences may be shared at our website, ThomasJustinMemorial.com

 

Passed away July 21, 1996

Helen Swafford passed away in Bakersfield, CA where she lived with her husband Oscar (teacher at Indian Hill). They moved to CA in the early 80's and lived next to their son Dr. Albert Swafford (Al) until her passing on July 21, 1996. She had been in good health with some problems with her back that caused her a lot of pain but she lived a full life playing with grandchildren, fishing lakes in surrounding counties and touring trips in their motor home. She enjoyed Al's 3 children living just next door; watching them swim and play through the years. She taught Home Echonomics at MHS and was the sister of Lillian Coe who was also a teacher at MHS.   For more information on Mrs. Swafford Click Here.

 

Lillian Coe 1920 - 2014 

Former Teacher at Madeira High School and Mother of Jan Coe Davis (Class of 1964)

February 13, 1920 to June 23, 2014, born in Harlan Kentucky to Albert and Retha Manning Lewallen. Preceded in death by her loving husband of 68 years, James, who passed away in 2008; brother Egre Lewallen (Norma Keesey); sisters, Helen Swafford (Oscar) and Ethel Green (Richard). Lillian is survived by daughter Jan Davis and son-in-law Ernie Davis of Fort Myers, FL and Lexington, KY. She was blessed with one grand daughter, Stacy Davis, of Lexington and one great grandson, Brody Solomon, who she thought the sun rose and set. Also surviving family members are 2 nephews, Dr. Albert Lewallen (Solveigh) of Bakersfield, CA and Ernie Lewallen, (Debbie) of Cincinnati, Ohio and 1 niece, Jayna Wilson (Charles) also of Cincinnati, Oh. Numerous great and great-great nephews and nieces. A special thank you to Lillian's loving caregiver, Myrna Hatfield of Somerset who sat by her side talking and watching old TV shows for 3 summers. Attended Harlan High School and received her teaching degree from the then Eastern Kentucky State Teachers College where she majored in Business Education. Later returning to Eastern to gain both a Masters degree and Rank 1 certification that she used to educate young people for almost 5 decades in Kentucky at Harlan High School, Clay County High School and in Ohio at Madeira High School. She will be remembered for her ability to listen to students' problems and her never ending smile of encouragement to those around her. For "Ms Coe", teaching was not a job but a life's work she dearly loved and respected. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Monday at Kerr Brothers Funeral Home - Main Street in Lexington, KY by Steve May. Burial will be in the Lexington Cemetery. Visitation will be 1 p.m. until the time of the service Monday at the funeral home.

 

Gloria Jean Heitzman Gulley   03/19/45  -  01/06/14  Madeira Class of 1963

Passed away on January 6, 2014 in Clearwater, Florida from cancer at the age of 68. 

GULLEY, Gloria 68, of Clearwater, went to be with the Lord and her husband in eternal rest Jan. 6, 2014. She is survived by her sister Patricia; nieces Dawna Marie and Nichole and nephews David and Christopher.

 

Alan Wayne Authier, Class of 1964,  passed away on January 3, 2009 in Appleton, Wisconsin at the age of 62.

 

 
 Dr. Anna Mae Hern - Teacher at Madeira High School
Passed Away November 8, 2013

Former Madeira High teacher, Ann Hern, passed away on November 8.  She had been a resident of Maple Knoll Village in Springdale.  She taught at Madeira High School starting in the 1959-60 school year through the 1962-63 year.  Her three sons attended Madeira.  Roy - Class of 1961. Denny - Class of 1964 and Paul - Class of 1968.  

 Dr. Ann (nee Fluber), Professor Emerita of the University of Cincinnati, passed away Friday, November 8, 2013. She spent thirty years in the classroom as a teacher of English and Speech and she is the author of a textbook on word processing. Dr. Hern was the wife of the late Roy D. Hern who passed away in 1985. She is survived by her three sons, Roy Jr, Dennis and Paul; eight grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. After her retirement, Dr. Hern became a Bronze Life Master at Bridge and served over forty thousand volunteer hours at Bethseda North and Good Samaritan Hospitals. She was a resident of Maple Knoll Village in Springdale, Ohio. Burial will be at the Hopewell Cemetery in Montgomery, Ohio. Services will be private. Memorial contributions may be made to VITAS Hospice Care, 11500 Northlake Dr., Suite 400, Cincinnati, OH 45249. Condolences to www.vorhisandryan.com

     
Larry O'Neil Cazavan  Madeira Class of 1963
August 21, 1945 - July 7, 2013 
Larry passed away on July 7, 2013 in Greenville, Mississippi from cancer.  He was 67.  Most recently, Larry had been the General Manager at WXVT-TV in Greenville.  He had resigned from that position in 2012 due to his illness.  A graduate of the University of Cincinnati Radio-TV Department, Larry also worked for TV stations in:  Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, Knoxville, Kansas City, Detroit, Honolulu and Tampa/St. Petersburg.

 
 
 
 
Scott B. HOUSTON (1946 - 2013) - Madeira Class of 1964

Scott B. Devoted husband for 46 years to Kay M. Houston. Loving father of Brian Houston and Heather (Brad) Jones. Grandfather to Caitlin and Lance Houston and Riley, Olivia and Jack Jones. Son of the late Frank and Birdena Houston and brother to the late Lance and Frank Houston. Passed away suddenly Sunday June 30, 2013 at the age of 67. Scott loved children. In lieu of flowers, memorials requested to St Jude Childrens Hospital, Memphis, TN or Shriners Hospital for Children in Cincinnati. Services will be private. Mihovk-Rosenacker Funeral Home assisting the family. www.mrfh.com 

 Victor EFFLER (1929 - 2012) - Former Teacher at Madeira High School
 
Victor Francis, age 83, beloved husband of Vera Bergdolt Effler (nee DiMuzio).
Preceded in death by his first wife of 42 years, Evelyn (nee Foht) Effler.
Also preceded in death by three brothers, Father Herbert Effler, OFM,
Edward, and Lawrence, as well as three sisters, Mary Alfkin, Laura Rabe
 and Anita Runnels. Dear brother of Grace Heising.  Devoted father of
Teri Doyle (Alan), Jim (Debbie), Grace Comber (Robert), and Paul (Allison).
Loving Grandpa of Jessica, Janice, James, Helen, David, Elise, Mary Grace,
Jenna, Ariana, Sarah and Victor; and six great-grandchildren. Beloved uncle
of many nieces and nephews. Stepfather of Kathy Barnum (Jim), and
Sally Helmchen (Rick). Victor was born on January 3, 1929 and lived most
of his life in Reading, Ohio, where he was deeply involved in civic, community
and church life. He held elected positions for nearly two decades as Council-at-Large
and as Treasurer of the City of Reading. He served in the Marines in Korea and
his deep sense of patriotism kept him active in American Legion Post 69 and the
Reading Democrat Club. He taught Spanish at Madeira High School for three
decades, as well as at several part-time venues following that. Even when not
formally engaged in his profession, Vic was always a teacher by his wise and
practical example. He passed away on June 15, 2012 from complications of
congestive heart failure. Visitation was on Wednesday, June 20, 5:30-7:30 PM
at Schmidt Dhonau Kucner Funeral Home, 8633 Reading Rd. Mass of Christian
Burial was on Thursday, June 21 at 10 AM at Sts. Peter & Paul Church,
330 W. Vine St, Reading. Memorials may be made to the Southwestern
Franciscan Missions, P.O. Box 12395, Albuquerque, NM 87195-0395.
Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on June 17, 2012

 

Herbert Dericks - Principal (1965) and Superintendent of the Madeira City School District
 
Dericks, Herbert L. 93, passed away February 14, 2012. Herb was a lifetime educator-math
teacher, principal and superintendent of the Madeira School District. Herb is survived
by his  wife Thelma, his sister Naomi Ward, his children Jan (Myron) Achbach, Nan Strider
and Ken Dericks, 3 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Family will receive friends
Sunday, February 19th from 3 until 5 PM at the Evans Funeral Home, 741 Center Street,
Milford.  Services will be held at the convenience of the family. If so desired, in lieu of
flowers, donations may be made to Hospice of Dayton. www.evansfuneralhome.com
 
 Sylvia MAXFIELD (1944 - 2012) Madeira Class of 1962
She was the second child and oldest beloved daughter of Norma (nee Pairan) and the late
Daniel C. Maxfield. Dear sister of Daniel W. (Joan), Thomas M. (Joan) and Shirley Strong.
Died January 26 at age 68. At 16 years old, she won the Miss Madeira Title. In 1962 she won
Ms. Lawrenceburg Speedway and Ms. Deer Park. Sylvia was a food broker for over 20 years
and from 2000-2010, she was a Mason City Schools Bus Driver. Family requests memorial donations
be made to SPCA. Sylvia passed away from lung cancer and was at the Heritage Spring Health Care
in West Chester when she passed away.
 
Patricia D. Cseplo (Sloan) (1946-2010)  Madeira Class of 1964
Pat was the MHS Homecoming Queen in the Fall of 1963. As far as we know she is
only one of two queens to now be deceased since the homecoming queen process began
in the Fall of 1944.
 
Patricia “Pat” Sloan, 64, returned to spirit state Friday, Oct 15, 2010. Service: A celebration
of Pat’s life was on Friday, Oct. 22. Please email her daughter, Celeste Bergin, at
 celestebergin1@gmail.com for details. Memorials: in lieu of flowers, the family requests
that donations be made to one of Pat’s favorite charitable causes, the Tarrant Area Food Bank
or the Presbyterian Night Shelter. Pat was born June 15, 1946. She married David Sloan on
July 8, 1967, and subsequently gave life to two beautiful daughters. After receiving her masters
of fine arts degree at the University of North Texas, she conducted her own graphic design business
as Pat Sloan Design. From 2004 to 2010, she served as a full-time faculty member in the School
of Art at TCU in the graphic design program. She lived life to the fullest and passed on her zest
for life to all who knew her. Pat was predeceased by her loving father, Bill. Survivors: Loving
husband of 43 years, David Sloan; devoted daughters, Samantha Sullivan (Andy) and
Celeste Bergin (Kyle); adoring grandchildren, Madeline (14), Decker (10), and Sloan (7);
loving mother, Beatrice; sister, Peg;  and brother, Bill.
Jack Trefzger  
Passed away January 4, 2012 - Madeira Class of 1063

Jack was the brother of Patsy Trefzger Kulesza from our Class of 1965.

Jack Bartlow beloved son of Stewart W. Trefzger and the late Alice (nee Puckett) Trefzger;
loving father of Mark (Lindsay) Trefzger and Alison (William) Mason; Grandpa of Grant
& Elizabeth Trefzger and Katie Mason; dear brother of Patricia Kulesza and Stewart Trefzger.
January 4, 2012. Age 66. Residence Kenwood.

 

 
Nancy McCarthy Meyer  
Passed away on August 22, 2011 - Madeira Class of 1966
  
Nancy Lynn McCarthy. Beloved mother of Thomas (Beverly) Edward Meyer &
Jeffrey (Brandy) Allan Meyer. Nancy, also survived by 6 grandchildren &
2 great-grandchildren, passed away Monday, August 22, 2011 at the age of 63 years.
Visitation will be held Saturday, August 27th from 2 pm until time of Funeral Service
 at 4 pm at Gwen Mooney Funeral Home (513-853-1035). Nancy will be laid to rest
 at Spring Grove Cemetery. Memorial contribution can be made to the Ruth Lyons
Children's Fund Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on August 23, 2011

 

 
Kathleen Reif (nee Friedrichs) 
Passed Away February 28, 2011 - Madeira Class of 1964
 
Kathleen "Cathie" Reif (nee Friedrichs), loving wife of Dale B. Reif, precious sister
of Ginny Friedrichs, dear daughter of the late William and Helen (nee Fricke) Friedrichs,
also survived by her aunt Loraine Brown and many caring cousins. Passed away
Monday, Feb. 28, 2011, age 64. Visitation at Abiding Word Lutheran Church,
8470 Landen Dr., Maineville, OH 45039, Thursday, March 3, from 10 a.m. until the
funeral service at 11 a.m. Hodapp Funeral Home, West Chester, serving the family.

 

      
Coach Robert Jacoby 
Former MHS basketball coach, Bob Jacoby died February 15th.
 
As you might remember, Coach Jacoby came to Madeira for our
junior year (1963-64) and the Mustangs won the Eastern Hills League
Title. As I recall, he was a great coach, playing the theme from the Globe
Trotters (Sweet Georgia Brown) during practice warmups, being super-positive,
and I think he took the leading players fishing, once. Below is a link to a site
with a short biography. "Add some notes in the Message Forum on the site
if you have some more memories".
Originally published 9/9/2010

 

BUCHY, Charles - Former Teacher at Madeira High School
1933 - 2010
BUCHY Mr. Charles E. Buchy, age 77 of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away Sunday, August 29, 2010, at 9:15 a.m. at Bethesda North Hospital in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born April 3, 1933, in Greenville, Ohio, to the late George J. and Amba (Armbruster) Buchy. Charles graduated from Greenville High School in 1951 and Wittenberg University in 1955. He spent a 30-year career as a chemistry and physics teacher at Madeira High School in Cincinnati. After retiring from teaching, he worked for Procter and Gamble as an analytical chemist for 12 years. He was an active member for over 40 years at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Cincinnati and sang in the choir. He was a member of the Greenville Masonic Lodge for 56 years and a very active member of the Valley of Dayton Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite. Charles also served as trustee and chairman of the board for the Dayton Masonic Learning Center for Children. He was a member of the Antioch Temple Shrine in Dayton and also participated in another Shrine organization called the Jesters. Charles was coroneted an honorary 33rd Degree Mason in Pittsburgh, Pa, in 2000. He loved music, reading, sports of all kinds, especially golf and Standard-bred horses. He was a giver and a great teacher. He is survived by his wife, Lindsay (Chichester) Buchy. He is also survived by his brothers Robert (Phyllis) Buchy of North Hampton, Ohio, and Jim (Sharon) Buchy of Greenville, Ohio, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A memorial service will be held at a date to be determined at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Cincinnati. For the date and time, please call 513-891-1700. Memorial contributions may be made to Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7701 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45236 or Dayton 32nd Degree Masonic Learning Center for Children, PO Box 932, Dayton, Ohio, 45401-0932.

Charles Buchy, longtime teacher, volunteer
By Krista Ramsey • kramsey@enquirer.com • September 10, 2010
SYMMES TWP. - Teacher, chemist and community volunteer Charles E. Buchy was a man of many interests, talents and admirable personal traits, but no single word better sums up his character than devoted.
He was known for his constant care of his wife, Lindsay, his decades of commitment to his church and Masonic lodge and his 30-year career as a Madeira High School teacher.
The Symmes Township resident, 77, died Aug. 29 at Bethesda North Hospital of a lung fungus.
"He was really a happy person. He knew what his life was about, knew his values and enjoyed life," said Steve Marsh, a friend and fellow church member at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Kenwood. "He was a model of what it means to be a Christian."
A faithful choir member and financial supporter of his church, Mr. Buchy maintained an equally steady commitment to his volunteer interests.
He was a 56-year member of the Greenville Masonic Lodge in his hometown of Greenville, Ohio. He followed his grandfather and father in his Masonic work. Both he and his brother Jim Buchy of Greenville, were coroneted a 33rd Degree Mason, the group's highest honor. As chairman of the board of trustees of the Dayton 32nd Degree Masonic Learning Center for Children, he managed the physical site and provided significant financial support.
"His philosophy was that you made a commitment to your community, and you participated," his brother said. "He was a giver."
A 1951 graduate of Greenville High School and 1955 graduate of Wittenberg University, Mr. Buchy began his teaching career in Bay Village, Ohio, taught at a college preparatory high school, the Mid-Pacific Institute in Honolulu, then moved to the Cincinnati area after marrying his wife, Lindsay, a teacher in Norwood City Schools.
He taught chemistry and physics at Madeira High School from 1955 to 1985. His signature personality traits - a fine intellect and approachable, unassuming manner - made him popular with both students and the youth at his church.
He was a man of strong values and opinions, yet respectful and accepting of those who did not share his views. When his wife chose to join the Catholic rather than Lutheran faith, he was wholly supportive of her choice. On church boards, he had a talent for keeping groups and discussions focused and productive.
His wife, who suffered from a back injury, remembers his patience and constant concern. "I never had to do any lifting - he took such good care of me. He always put me first," she said.
After retiring from education, Mr. Buchy spent 12 years working as an analytical chemist for Procter & Gamble.
Throughout his life, he also poured his interest and energy into a variety of favorite pastimes. He loved harness racing and was a co-owner of a number of trotters at Midland Acres horse farm in Bloomingburg, Ohio. An avid golfer, he worked as a starter and ranger at Sharon Woods Golf Course. He also played baritone and French horn, sitting in on Sunday evening municipal band concerts in his hometown of Greenville and Madeira High School musicals.
In addition to his wife and his brother, survivors include another brother, Robert Buchy of North Hampton, Ohio.
His family plans a memorial service at a later date. For details, call Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at 513-891-1700.
Memorials: Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 7701 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, OH 45236; or Dayton 32nd Degree Masonic Learning Center for Children, P.O. Box 932, Dayton, OH 45401.
 
Catherine Jane Perin (Smith) - Madeira Class of 1964

Catherine Jane Perin (Smith)

Information from John Perin:

Deceased:  Sept. 6, 2005......59 years old

Cause of death:   Breast Cancer

Classmate City: Brown County, OH
Survived By: Roger Smith, Nicholas A. Smith, John Eric Perin

 

Steven Charles Keeton - Madeira Class of 1964

Steven Charles Keeton

Passed way on November 25, 2002 at the age of 58.

Enquirer Obit on 11/27/2002 -   KEETON Steven C. beloved husband of Karen Keeton (nee Bokelman) devoted father of Kathy (Andy) Manbeck and Kelly (Scott) Lutz, loving grandfather of Harrison and Mackenzie Lutz and Bekah Manbeck, dear son of William J. Keeton and Dorothy Carmell, dear son-in-law of Robert and Johanna Bokelman, brother of Jon Keeton, also leaving behind many loving relatives and friends. Suddenly November 25, 2002. Age 58 years. Steve was a US Navy Seal, a retired Cinti. Police Sergeant, and the Director of Maintenance for Fath Management. Steve will always be remembered for his unique wit, hard work and devotion to family and friends. He will be truly missed. Service at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home 2050 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington on Monday, December 2 at 11 A.M. Friends may call on Sunday from 4-7 P.M. In lieu of flowers and family prefer donations to the Steve Keeton Memorial Fund c/o Bank One 822 Delta Ave. Cinti. 45226 for his grandchildren's college fund. ww.tpwhite.com.

 

 

Robert Edward Stouffer - Madeira Class of 1964

Robert Edward Stouffer

Per John Perin research:
Date of death: July 30, 2001, Hamilton Co., Ohio

Enquirer Obit: 8/1/2001

STOUFFER Robert E., beloved husband of Jeanett (nee Sterwerf) Stouffer, devoted father of Julie Jones and Lisa Stouffer, dear grandfather of Travis, Destinee and David Jones, dear brother of Ann Drennan and David Stouffer, loving son of Richard and the late Katie Stouffer. July 30, 2001. Memorial service 1 P.M., Friday at the Madeira-Silverwood Presbyterian Church, 8000 Miami Ave., where friends may call from 7-9 P.M., Thursday. Contributions may be directed to the American Parkinsons Disease Assoc., 231 Bethesda Ave., Suite 4005, Cincinnati 45229. Vielhauer-Clepper Funeral Home, 731-1944 serving the family.

 

(Marcia) Ruth Klerks (Odom)  - Madeira Class of 1964

(Marcia) Ruth Klerks (Odom)

 Passed away on July 29, 2000 of Cancer at the age of 53.

           

Marcia Ruth Klerks (Odom) died from Cancer on July 29, 2000.  She is buried at the Rose Hills Memorial Park in Whittier, California. 

 

 

Bruce Alan Reich - Madeira Class of 1964

Bruce Alan Reich

Date of death per John Perin's research:

DOD: Aug. 14, 1982
Age: 36
Residence: Montgomery, Ohio, USA
Survived by: Wife Kathleen, Children, Jeffrey Alan,
& Sherri Ann, and Mrs. R.N. Reich
brother, Wayne E. (MHS '57)

Sandra Jo Fite (Rogers) - Madeira Class of 1964

Sandra Jo Fite (Rogers)

Deceased November 8, 1978, in Clinton County, Ohio at age 32