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D-4Metro THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER W ednesday. October 16. 1991 5 Death Notices Deaf ft Notice Deafi Notices Obituaries KLUENER Robert G , beloved husband of GARTEN Carlene October 14, 1991. Survived by three children Tracy Hoover, Kenneth Garten (Be BEKiEL Mildred W. (nee Niederegger ), beloved wife of the late A alter L. Beigel Sr., beloved momer of Ws. William J. (Lois) Heu- Jeanne Kluener (nee HauS' Morris) of Hamilton, Richard feid), dear brother of Alma J. Kluener, five nieces and nephews. Suddenly Monday, October 14, 1991. Of Western Hills. bach. Waller L. Beigel Jr. and For more complete information and address of the funeral director refer to the individual death notice below. me late Mrs. Paul J. (Jean) Larue, also survived by eight Friends may call Thursday, Oc Robert Kluener, industrialist Founder of Indiana firm once owned 130 racehorses grandchildren and 12 tober 17 at John J. Radel Funeral Home, 650 Neeb Rd., Delhi great-grandchildren. Age 88. Funeral services Thursday, Oc FUNERAL HOME Twp., 9 A M. till 10 30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial, 11 TIME DATE NAMF BEIGEL, Mildred M. 1 1 00 A M. Oct. 1 7 Minges llll II II M..UJIPII, . I! I..MI... - A.M., St. Simon Church, Delhi Twp. Burial at the St. Joseph Cemetery (Old). It so desired, memorials may be made to the tober 17, at 11 AM. at St Luke United Church of Christ, 1313 Glenmore Ave. visitation at the church from 9:30 A.M. until time of service. Burial Bridgetown Cemetery, rf desired, me BRUSMAN, Hazel P. 2:00 P.M. Oct. 18 T. P. White 4 Sons COLTHAR, Robert E. 2 00 PM. Oct. 18 Mohom Garten I Bessie Starcher) of Charleston, WV, granddaughter Megan Elizabeth Hoover of Hamilton and Calvin Lucas Garten of Charleston, WV, sisters Marilyn Rawling of Charleston, WV, Merle Tiller and Dianne CHdaker of Huntington, WV, very close friend Donald Gentry and family and many other close friends. Employee of Fifth Third Bank of Cincinnati. Body donated to the U.C College of Medicine for research. Family suggests donations may be directed to the Lupus Foundation or the American Heart Association. A Memorial Mass w be held Wednesday, October 16, II A.M. at St. Peter in Chains Church, 382 Liberty Ave., Hamilton, OH. Visitation one half hour prior to Mass. Little Sisters of the Poor or Xavier University. 10:00 A M. Oct. 18 Dolben & Woodruff morials may be sent to St. Luke's Church. DAVIS, Mark H. DEW, Glenn E. 7:00P.M. Oct. 17 O R. Woodyard (Columbus. OHI LAZARON Lucy Wagner, 93 years ok) of bred horses in 1975, he began naming them after "beautiful people" he knew, according to a 1981 Cincinnati Post story. One of the horses was Smilin' Sera, named for a cancer patient with a positive attitude. Mr. Kluener eventually owned as many as 130 horses, which raced in Ohio, Kentucky and Florida. Mr. Kluener sold the last of his DiGIOCHINO, Anne I0O0A M. Oct. 17 Thomas Memorial Middletown, died Monday morning at the residence of her daughter Alice Lazaron Scian- DOGGETT, Sod'e Mae 10 30AM. Oct. 17 Schmidt-Dhonou anxio, SumervWe, OH, also survived by son James S. Lazaron EHRHARDT, Jocqueline Sue 10 00AM. Oct. 17 Neidhard BRUSMAN Hazel P. (nee Parker), wife of the late William W. Brusman, devoted mother of J. Jerry Sr. and Robert A. Sr. Brusman. grandmother of eight and great grandmother of 13, sister of Ethel Hil and Helen Peel October 14, 1991. Residence Lin-wood. Services at T. P. White & Sons Funeral Home, 7050 Beechmont Ave., Mt. Washington, on Friday, October 18, at 2 P.M. Friends may call on Thursday 6 to 9 P.M. Memorials to American Heart Assoc. 10 30A.M. Oct. 17 H.G. Shorten EVEN, Charles f. GEOHEGAN Megan L, beloved daughter of David and Joan (Harbison) FREYTAG, JomesD. 2 30P M. Oct. 16 Paul R. You 2 Geohegan, dear sister of Kyle of Cincinnati, seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren. Mass win be Thursday, October 17, 12 Noon, St. John's Chapel, Holy Family Parish, Middletown. Visitation Wednesday evening 6-8 P.M. and 10-11:45 A.M. on Thursday at the Brei-tenbach-McCoy-Leftler Funeral Home. Burial at Woodside Cemetery. GARTEN, Carlene 1 1 :00A.M. Oct. 16 Hamilton, OH GEOHEGAN, Megan I. Geohegan, loving granddaughter of Stephen and Elen Geohegan and Ronald and Rose Harbison, also survived by uncles Steve Geohegan Jr. and Warren Harbison and aunt Jeanne 10:00 A.M. Oct. 18 Middendorf-Bullock GRANT, Myrtle 1 2:30 P.M. Oct. 1 7 Jomison & Jamison Hesser. Suddenly, Monday, Oc BY ANTHONY NEELY The Cincinnati Enquirer Robert G. Kluener made every new venture, from chemical research to horse-racing, an all-out enterprise. "Anything he went into, he went into it with all he had," said Jeanne Hausfeld Kluener, his wife of almost 47 years. Mr. Kluener, chairman and chief executive officer of American Power Equipment Co., died of cancer Monday at his home in Delhi Township. He was 71. Mr. Kluener was a prominent Cincinnati industrialist and philanthropist. He founded American Power Equipment, a West Harrison, Ind., maker of paint sprayers, in late 1976. He had spent the two previous decades as head of Campbell-Hausfeld Co., a Harrison, Ohio, manufacturing firm. At the time of his death, Mr. Kluener was also chairman of Aluchem Inc., a chemical-processing company in Reading, and a board member of the Cincinnati Art Museum. He was a former board chairman of St. Francis-St. George Hospital and had belonged to many other clubs and civic organizations. "He was a self-made entrepreneur," said Jack Kruetzkamp, who worked with Mr. Kluener for 16 years. Yet, "he was very much a people-oriented individual" who made sure his workers were treated well, Kruetzkamp said. Mrs. Kluener said she would remember most her husband's kindness and generosity. "He did so many things for so many people, and things that people will never know about." After Mr. Kluener became an owner of thorough- HENNEL, Matthew Joseph 1 1:00 A.M. Oct. 17 Tufts-Schildmeyer tober 14, 1991. Residence Burlington, KY. Age 9 years. Funeral services at the Norman Chapel, Spring Grove Cemetery, 4521 Spring Grove Ave COLTHAR Robert E., devoted father of MeSssa S. Cofrhar, step-son of Virginia Cotthar. October 13, 1991. Age 64. Graveside service at Clover Cemetery, near Williamsburg, Ohio, Friday at 2 P.M. 1:00 P.M. Oct. 17 Neidhard HERB, Arnold P. nue, Friday, October 18 at 10 HQPPIE, Andrew 2:00 P.M. Oct. 1 7 Schoefer & Busby JACOBS, Clarence E. A. 11:00A.M. Oct. 16 Hodai Kluener horses at Keeneland last spring. Mr. Kluener, a Cincinnati native, was appointed to the U.S. Naval Academy in 1941 but was honorably discharged due to illness. He graduated from Xavier University in 1942 with a chemistry degree. The university later recognized Mr. Kluener with a Founders Day Award, a Distinguished Alumni Award and an honorary doctor of humanities degree. In May, 1953, Mr. Kluener joined Campbell-Hausfeld, which made iron castings, metal furnaces and air compressors; by September, 1953 he was made its president, following the retirement of Edwin Hausfeld, his father-in-law. Mr. Kluener sold the firm in 1971 but remained its president for several years afterward. Mr. Kluener also is survived by a sister, Alma Kluener, and five nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 9-10:30 a.m. Thursday at John J. Radel Funeral Home, 650 Neeb Road, Delhi Township. Mass of Christian burial will be 11 a.m. Thursday at St. Simon Church, Delhi Township. Burial will be at St. Joseph Old Cemetery, Price Hill. KAUFFMAN, Harold W. 1:00 P.M. Oct. 16 Naegele, Kleb & KtUENER, Robert G. 11:00A M. Oct. 1 7 John J. Radel A.M. Visitation at the Midden-dorf-Bullock Funeral Home, 3614 Dixie Hwy Erlanger, KY, Thursday evening from 6-8 P.M. and on Friday morning from 9 A.M. to time of service at the Norman Chapel in Spring Grove. Memorials may be made to Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, 1900 Richmond Rd., Lexington, K Y 40502. Megan was a fourth grade student at Stephens Elementary School, Burlington, KY. Neid-hard Funeral Home, Mt. Hearfhy serving the family. MCGRANE William J. Sr., loving husband of Dean McGrane, excellent father of Joan McGrane Cutlip, Kit McGrane Petricone, William J. McGrane III and Robert L. McGrane, caring father-in-law of Jeffrey A. Cutlip, Dr. James D. Petricone and Sonia McGrane, awesome grandfather of Chris, Stacy, Ryan, Andrea, Megan, Brianne and Laura, brother of Rita Homan and Margaret Winters. Monday, October 14, 1991. Age 66 years. Friends may call at the Miller-Busse & Borgmann Funeral Home, 3464 Central Pkwy. at Clifton Hills Dr., Clifton, Tuesday from 5-9 P.M. and Wednesday from 5-9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at the St. Peter in Chains Cathedral, Thursday at 10 A.M. If desired, memorial contributions may be directed to the McGrane Self-Esteem Institute Foundation, 120 E. 4th St., Suite 590, Cincinnati, OH 45202. LAZARON, Lucy Wagner 12:00 Noon Oct. 17 MCGRANE, William J. Sr. DAVIS Mark H., beloved husband of Irene Davis (nee Webb, devoted father of John F. Davis, Susan Pitcher of St. Petersburg, FL and Linda Barthet-meh, dear grandfather of Kevin and Kelly Davis, Chris, Pam and Philip Pitcher, Brian Bar-rhetmeh and the late Keith Davis, great-grandfather of Ryan and Nathan Davis. Monday, October 14, 1991. Age 77 years. Funeral service Friday, 10 A.M. at the Dalbert & Woodruff Funeral Home, 2880 Bou not Ave. at Queen City. Visitation Thursday from 7 to 9 P.M. If so desired, memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or the American Cancer Society. 10:00A.M. Oct. 17 Miller-Busse & 1:30 P.M. Oct. 17 MIERS, Dole W, G 1 1 1 1 1 a n d - H o w e IGreensburg.INI 11:00AM. Oct. 18 E C. Nurre MOLITOR, Irene PATTERSON, Dortha B. 3:00 P.M. Oct. 19 Anderson, Baiter and Sohnd ROGERS, Sue E. 1 1 :00 A.M. Oct. 1 7 Argo-Bolton 8, Lunsford Beverly Marx Breadon ROZZI, MaryC. 10:30A.M. Oct. 18 Tufts childmeyer GRANT Myrtle, beloved wife of John Grant, devoted mother of Wit-Ham (Mary) Boiling, Ada (Edward) Potter, Carl (Rosetta) Bolting, Myrtle Miller, Donald (Nikla) Boning. Larry Lee Boding and Rose (Derrick) Smith and sister of Garence Irving, grandmother of 29, and numerous great-grandchildren and other relatives and friends. October 14, 1991. Friends may cat Thursday, from 11 A.M. until time of services 12:30 at Jamison and Jamison Funeral Home, 3437 Montgomery Road. Mr. Charles Hoiladay, officiating. Interment Spring Grove Cemetery. 1O30A.M. Oct. 17 Witt, Good & Kelsch SPARKE, Helen E. BY DAVE BEASLEY STEPHENS, Ruhl G. 1 :00 P.M. Oct. 1 8 Tufts Schildmeyer Oct. 17 PaulR. Youm STURGEON, Dortha Louise MIERS Dale W., age 86, of Greensburg, IN, passed away Monday, October 14, 1991. Engineer for the Gruen Watch Co. in Cincinnati. Surviving are one daughter Mrs. Robert (Marilyn) Hughes and one son Larry D. Miers both of Cincinnati, Funeral Thursday, 1:30 P.M. at the Gilli-land-Howe Funeral Home, Greensburg, IN. Visitation after 12 Noon Thursday until time of service. TOBERGTA, Henry Chos.Jr 1:00 P.M. Oct. 17 Crover-Hookom DEW Glenn E, age 31, passed away October 14, Columbus. Formerly a resident of Cincinnati. Preceded in death by mother Blanche and two brothers. Survived by son Scot E. Dew of Columbus, brother Henry (Marty) Dew of Cincinnati, nieces and nephews. Memorial service wil be held Thursday at 7 P.M. at the O. R. Woodyard Co. Chapel, 1344 S. High St. The family requests memorial contributions be made to the American Lung Association. WILSON, Dorsey H. 11:00 A.M. Oct. 18 Argo-Bolton and She had taught in several Cincinnati area schools and at the McMillan Adult Center. She visited India 14 times in search of truth and understanding. She was a sustaining member of the Mahji-kari Center in North Avondale. She also was a life member of Hare Krishna. "Her unrelenting personal touch and eauallv unrelpntincr Hp- WORKMAN, Morcello 1O30A.M. Oct. 18 JohnC. Brater YAUCH, Carl John Hodapp Death Notices Death Notices The Cincinnati Enquirer Beverly Marx Breadon of Hyde Park lived to bring physical and spiritual well-being to others through alternative philosophies and lifestyles. She learned, through readings and world travels, the spiritual paths of many beliefs, including holistic medicine and overcoming disease through nutrition. Her belief that nutrition and metaphysical healing ultimately may cure many illnesses did not come to fruition to save her. She died Sunday at University Hospital at age 48 after a seven-year battle with cancer. Breadon was a self-taught publisher of a free newspaper, Inner Quest, distributed through health food stores, college campuses and churches, and a quarterly alternative-ideas networking publication, Transformation Resource Directory. "She was very bright, very intense and very caring," said her friend, Joan Vann. "She was dedicated to helping people better their lives by changing their lifestyles. "She was involved in holistic cures, yoga, meditation, Eastern and Western and Native American philosophies, and explored all religions to extract the best and share that with others," Vann said. MOLITOR Irene, dear mother of Carol Donaldson, Connie Hunter, Jeff Molitor and the late Betty Tracy, sister of Ben Bryant, Joseph Bryant and Alice Jones, also survived by 16 grandchildren. Died Monday, October 14, 1991. Age 68. Residence Amelia, OH. Friends may call at the E C. Nurre Funeral Home, St. Rt. 125, Amelia, Thursday from 6 until 9 P.M. Funeral service Friday, October 18, 1991 at 11 A.M. HENNEL Matthew Joseph, of West Chester, beloved husband of Barbara Kammer Kernel, devoted son and son-in-law of Gerald and Marjorie Hennel and Joseph and Shirley Kammer, loving father of Andrea and Christine Hennel, dear brother of Laura, Luke and Eric Hennel Monday, October 14, 1991. Age 28. Friends received at Tufts-Schildmeyer Funeral Home, Park and Riverside, Loveland. Thursday, 9-10:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Columban Church, 894 Oakland Rd., Loveland, OH, Thursday, October 17, at 11 A.M. Family requests that memorial contributions be directed to the Lukemia Society of America, 4150 Crossgate Dr Blue Ash, OH 45236. SPARKE Helen E. (nee Lafan), beloved wife of the late William A. Sparke Sr., devoted mother of William A. Jr., Karen A. and Gregory Sparke, dea' grandmother of Jonathan, Matthew and Paul Sparke. October 15, 1991. Resident of Withamsville. Visitation at the Witt, Good & Kelsch Funeral Home, 3026 Madison Road at Oakley Square, Thursday from 8:30 A.M. until 10:15 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, 10:30 A.M., St. Cecilia Church. DIGIOCHINO Anne, beloved wife of the late Louis DiGiochino, devoted mother of Mrs. James (Iris) Sawyer and the late Alfred Deege, grandmother of Joan Weber and Christine Wade, Paula Slomski, Kathleen DiGiochino and Joanne Olman, also survived by five great-grandchildren, sister of Valia Sturgis. Monday, October 14, 1991. Residence Madeira. Friends may can at the Thomas Memorial, 7500 Montgomery Road, Kenwood, Wednesday from 5-8 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Gertrude Church, Madeira, Thursday at 10 A.M. Memorials may be given to the charity of donor's choice. Breadon sjre t0 share information she gleaned from many cultures made her a catalyst for opening the minds of many," said her longtime friend, Alex Dihn of St. Petersburg, Fla. She was native Cincinnatian and held bachelor's and master's degrees from the University of Cincinnati. She operated the Far Corners Import Shop on Ludlow Avenue in Clifton for many years,. She is survived by a son, Justin Edwards, 6, and her life companion, Ramon Edwards, and an uncle, James Hay, of Price Hill. The funeral was private. There will be a memorial service at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at New Thought Unity Center, 1401 East McMillan St., East Walnut Hills. YAUCH Carl John, beloved husband of the late Jessie A. (nee Emery) Yauch, dear father of Anna Mae Davis, Carolyn Haught, Carl W. and Edwin G. Yauch, Dolores Rose Bachman, Alberta C. Meyer and Shirley E. Drumwright, also survived by 23 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. Suddenly, Monday, October 14, 1991, age 87. Resident of Lock-land. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Wednesday from 6 until 9 P.M. Private funeral service to be held at the convenience of the family. Mr. Yauch was retired from the B&O Railroad after 45 years of service. He was a member of the Elmwood Eagles Aerie 1694, Carthage Lodge 1573 F.S, A.M. and the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite. Memorials may be directed to the Shriners Burns PATTERSON Dortha B., wife of the late George A, Patterson, beloved mother of Richard C, Dr. Charles and J. Carl Patterson, sister of Carolyn Kellum, also nine grandchildren, one greatgrandchild. Memorial services wil be Saturday, October 19, 1991, at 3 P.M. at the Kelly Religious Center, Wilmington College, Wilmington, OH. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati or Onley Friends School, Barnesville, OH., 43713 or the American Friends Service Committee, 1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA. 19102. STURGEON Dortha Louise (nee Bullock), beloved wife of the late Stanley R. Sturgeon, devoted mother of Jesse Lee and Lowell S. Sturgeon, dear grandmother of Steven and Daniel Weizenecker and John Sturgeon. Monday, October 14, 1991. Residence Cincinnati. Private funeral service Thursday at the convenience of the family. Paul R. Young Funeral Home, Mt. Healthy in charge of HERB Arnold P., beloved husband of Betty (Brand) Herb, devoted father of Patricia A. and Robert C Herb, dear grandfather of Perry Ann Gates. Tuesday, October 15, 1991. Residence Mt. Healthy. Age 70 years. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Assumption, Mt. Healthy, Thursday afternoon, October 17 at 1 P.M. Visitation at the Neidhard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Thursday morning from 10:30 A.M. to time of Mass. H desired, memorials may be made to Hospice of Cincinnati, Barrett Center for Cancer Research, Room 1091, 234 Goodman Ave., 45267 or the charity of one's choice. DOGGETT Sadie Mae. Saturday, October 12, 1991. Age 83. Former resident of Winton Terrace. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday, October 17 at Mother of Christ Church, Winton Terrace. Visitation at the church from 9:30 A.M. until time of Mass at 10:30 A.M. Schmidt-Ohonau Funeral Home serving the family. Laurence Ach IWorld War I Vet Work) War II Vet Korean Veteran Vietnam Veteran Armed Forces Persian Gulf TOBERGTA Henry Charles. Jr . helnveri husband of the late Viola Kaiser 10 Tobergta and the late Alice Sexton Toberata. Invinn fnthm Monuments of Ralph and Ruth Tobergta, and Esther Hetman, grandfa the first Jewish families to settle in the Cincinnati area, Terri Ach said. In his youth, Laurence Ach attained the rank of Eagle Scout. He graduated from Harvard in 1936. His wife, Anne Rice Ach, died in 1981. Services for Mr. Ach will be at 11 a.m. today at Weil Funeral Home, 3901 Reading Road in North Avondale. HOPPLE Andrew, beloved husband of Nancy Irwin Hopple, devoted tamer of Richard McK. Hopple ther ot seven grandchildren and 12 areat-orandchilrlren. rir REDOLD FUNERAL HOME V Marker all fl Monuments ' 't- Flower Vases brother Of DelU Crhnf mnA Harold Tobergta. Services 1 of Cincinnati, OH, Bruce T. Hopple of Evanstoa fU Robert ROGERS Sue E. (nee Spur lock), beloved wife of the late Charles Forest Rogers, devoted mother of Barbara Rogers Campbell (Mrs. P. Michael) of Bellevue, WA and Paula J. Rogers Tawil (Mrs. Sam A.) of Franklin, OH, loving grandmother of Kelly, Rosalee, Margaret and Alanna Campbel and Sara Tawil. Sunday, October 13, 1991, age 76 years. Visitation Wednesday 6-8 P.M. at the Argo-Bolton 8, Lunsford Funeral Home, 100 S. Miami Ave., Cleves where the funeral service wiH be held Thursday at 11 A.M. Memorials if so desired, may be directed to the Hooven United Methodist Church or to the Miami Center Senior Citizens 3700 GLENMORE (81-6200 r.v. i nursaay, at the Belfast Methodist Church, State Rte 131, with visitation one hmr A. Hopple and Nancy A. Hopple BY NANCY FIROR The Cincinnati Enquirer Laurence Ach, former president and owner of F.E. Winstel Co., died Saturday of cancer at his home in Clifton. Ach, who operated his heating and air-conditioning business from 1946 until he retired in 1988, was 77. "He certainly put a lot of time into his business, but serving the people in the community was also important to him," said his daughter, Terri Ellen Ach of Davis, Calif. Mr. Ach was on the Clifton Senior Center's board of directors and he was a member of many of Cincinnati's civic and fine arts organizations, his daughter said. She said her father's love for Cincinnati had evolved through generations of strong ties to the community. He was the grandson of Samuel Ach, who became Hamilton County treasurer in 1926, and a descendant of the Workum family, which was among EHRHARDT Jacqueline Sue (nee Balsijer), beloved wife of John (Jack) Ehrhardt, devoted daughter of Dale and Neoma Meisle Balsiz-er of Woodvile, OH, dear sister of James, Jeffrey and Jane Balsizer, Janine Evener, Jorma Ottney and Jean Shoemacker, daughter-in-law of Elmer G. Ehrhardt and me late Caroline Ehrhardt. Suddenly, Sunday, October 13, 1991 at Key West, FL. Residence Springfield Township. Age 43 years. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of the Assumption, Mt. Healthy, Thursday, October 17, 10 A.M. Visitation at the Neid-hard Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy, Wednesday evening from 6-8 P.M. If desired, memorials may be made to the donor's choice. before the service. Craver- Ach Hookom Funeral Home, serving the family. both of Cincinnati, also leaves four grandchildren, brother of Helen V. Tuerck of Deerfieid Beach, FL, Dorothy R. Buchholz of Oxford, OH and a twin brother Rowland Hopple of Cincinnati, OH. Monday, October 14, STOMECRAFJ 921-8446 f40 321-W90 Granite Bronze HAWCns STMTMO O StJGI.ES DOUBLES 5250. 380. Senflc id al CflfWpnos 1991. Funeral service from WILSON Dorsey H., beloved husband of Etta M. Wilson (nee Gabbard), devoted father of Mrs. William (Betty) Harter of Huntington, IN., Mrs. Randy (Linda) Hol- In addition to his daughter, he is survived by a son, David Laurence Ach of Palo Alto, Calif.; another daughter, Carol Ach of Cottage Grove, Oregon; and five grandchildren. Memorials can be made to the Workum Scholarship Fund, co the National Council of Jewish Women, 6200 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati, 45213, or to a local, community-oriented organization. Armstrong Chapel United Methodist Church, 5125 Drake Rd at Indian HHI Rd., Thursday, October 17 at 2 P.M. If so desired memorials may be made to the Armstrong Chapel United Methodist Church or the comb of Indianapolis, IN. and ROZZI tne late Eugene Wilson, loving 20 Marv C. (net nprHM M Announcements Loveland, wife of the late Ar Andrew Hopple Memorial A.C. DOBBLING & SON thur Rozzi, dear mother of Joseph and the late Paul Rozzi, Grandmother of 13 nrwvirhiL Fund. Co Deaconess Hospital. FT. THOMAS BELLEVUE 441-1730 491-4500 Schaeter and Busby Funeral grandfather of Michelle West, Roxanne Schmidt, Jackie Barker, Danielle Combs and James Parker Wilson, also survived by seven great-arandchildren, dear brother of Mont Wilson of Kings Mills, OH, preceded In death by six brothers and three sisters. Tuesday, October 15, Home, in charge of dren and 11 great-grandchil- J.J. GILLIGAN & SON 2926Woodburn 281-1311 Robert J. Elfers mi. Age 84 years. Visitation oren. Monday, October 14, 1991 in her 9 1st year. Friends received at the Tufts Schildmey-er Funeral Home, Park S, Riverside , Loveland, Thursday 6-9 P.M. Relatives and friends tre invited to attend Mass of Christian Burial. St. Columhan ELDEN A. GOOD 2620 ERIE AVE. 871-3433 JACOBS Clarence E.A., beloved husband of Helen A. (nee Spaeth) Jacobs, dear father of Ralph C and the late Harold C Jacobs, grandfather of Brenda and Jay Thursday, 6 until 8:30 P.M. at the Argo-Bolton and Lunsford Funeral Home, 100 S. Miami EVEN Charles F beloved husband of Elva Even (Kroger), devoted father of Marcia Kehrli, Linda Esenbock, Monica McCoy and David Even, dear brother of Norine Weitmarscher, Ceal Corsmeier, Dorothy Issen-mann, Paul Even, Mary Field and the late Henry Even and Janet BareswHt, also survived by four grandchildren. Visitation wil be private. Mass of Christian Burial wi be celebrated at St. Susanna Church on Thursday at 10:30 A.M. Donations, if desired, may be made to the St. Susanna Building Fund H G. Shorten Funeral Home, in charge of Ave., Cleves, where the funeral Church, Loveland, Friday, Oc- Hall and Jordan FUNERAL CHAPELS 761-8881 863-2907 Jacobs, suddenly, Sunday, Oc service wil be held Friday at 1 1 A.M. Memorials if so desired, rooer ig ai iirjo a.m. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Family r0fiuc tober 13, 1991. Age 88 Friends may cal at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 7401 Vine Street, Carthage, Wednesday from 10 may be directed to the First Baptist Church of Cleves memorial contributions be di Muehlenkamp-Erschell 261-8093 Newport, Ft. Thomas. Dayton A.M. unM time of funeral serv rected to St. Columban Church Building Fund, 890 Oakland Rd Loveland, OH 45140 or the charity of one's choice. WORKMAN Marcella (nee Otto), beloved wife of the late Walter (Buck) Workman, riear mnthar nf tfcA ice at 11 A.M. Memorials may be directed to the Norwood First United Methodist Church, 2100 Elm Ave., Gnti OH 45212 BY WILLIAM A. WEATHERS The Cincinnati Enquirer Robert J. Elfers, a retired Westwood businessman who founded and operated his own commercial kitchen service, died Sunday at his Westwood home. He was 83. Mr. Elfers worked as a welder for the John Van-Range Co. before founding his own business, the RJ. Elfers Co., in 1962. The business installed stainless steel and kitchen equipment for commercial kitchens. He retired in the mid-1970s, turning the business over to his son. Mr. Elfers decided to start his own business after John Van-Range Co. went out of business, said his wife, Henrietta Herman Elfers. "He said he was too NURRE BROS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 241-6929 old to look for another job," she said. In his spare time, Mr. Elfers enjoyed traveling and boating on the Ohio River and was active in knothole baseball. Other survivors are a son, Paul of Westwood; a daughter, Marilou Waller of Delhi Township; and two grandchildren. Mass will be held at 11 a.m. today at St. Catherine Church, Westwood. Visitation will be 9-11 a.m. Wednesday at B.J. Meyer Sons Colonial Funeral Home, Price Hill. Entombment is in St. Joseph Old Cemetery Mausoleum, Price Hill. Memorials may be made to St. Francis Soup Kitchen, 14 E. Liberty St., Cincinnati. late Janice R. Workman, devot ed sister ot the late William otto, dear friend to many. Tuesday. (Vtnhor K tool KAUFFMAN Harold W., beloved husband of Selma B. Kauffman (nee STEPHENS Ruhl G. Of Deerfieid Township. Beloved husband of Bettv ut. VORHIS Funeral Home Lockland Sprmgdw Norwood 821 0062 7712594 631-4884 Residence Harrison, OH. Age Weiss), devoted father of Wil dox Stephens, loving father of i j. rneras may can in tne John C. Brater Funeral Hnma liam H. Kauttman and the late Sharen Stephens, dear grandfather of BiX and Tara KNiffmnn. Rosemary wiison, Koger, David, Richard and Randall Stephens, dear brother nl ntti Broadway at Vine Streets, M!NERM. HONK 1 SMI RMDING SO dear great-grandfather of Billy Myers, devoted grandfather of narrison, om., Thursday, from 6 to 8 P.M. with J. B. Yeager Post 199 American Leaion Auv. FREYTAG James D devoted father of Justin Alien, Jessica Marie and Matthew John Freytag, beloved son of Walter H. and Jacqueline (Black) Freytag, dear brother of Peggy Sue Sargent, Melissa Sue, Albert, Ricky, Larry, Michael, Walter Jr. Freytag and the late Matthew Freytag. Monday, October 14, 1991. Residence Hamilton, OH. Graveside service Arlington Memorial Gardens, Mt. Healthy, Wednesday, 2:30 P.M. Paul R. Young Funeral Home, 7345 Hamilton Ave., Mt. Healthy in charge of 35 miu ouooy au"man, Gear brother of Elmer Kauffman. Saturday. October 12. 1991 six granocmidren and the late Nicole Stephens. Tuesday, October 15. 1991. Aae 61 Friend Hiary and Duwel Post 7570 Florists Residence Carthage. Memorial wil be received at Tufts Schiid- v.c.w. Auxiliary combined service at 7:30 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in the M inhn services at me Huside Chapel 525 Dixmvth Ave . Wednesdxv meyer Funeral Home, Park and Riverside, Loveland, Thursday. 6 P.M. -9 P M whera urv. the Baptist Church, Harrison, Fred G. Bassman Jr. at 1 P.M. Memorials mav be OH., Friday. October 1 at VI v1 Funeral Flower directed to the American Lung 10:30 A.M. Interment r.lon u. ven Cemetery. Memorials may ices wil be held Friday, October 18, at 1 P.M. Interment Rose Hil Cemetery, Mason, Ohio. Association, naegeie, Kieb & Ihlendorf Funeral Home, In charge of arrangements. oe maoe to ine Harrison 961-6622 City Wide. 7 Day Dcthwry Well-liked officer faces suspension Division, violated denartmpnt nnlt- Commission cites cy through neglect of duty and failure of good behavior. "There is no question he is one of the city's best officers, but there is no question in our minds he did what he was accused of," said Richard Guggenheim, chairman of the panel. ments, but ones he lived in." Todd Bassman said his father renovated at least 12 houses and remembers one in particular. "When I was in the sixth grade it was the last day of school a friend of the family had to pick me up and take me to the new house," Bassman said, because he didn't know where the family had moved while he was in school. Mr. Bassman was a veteran of the U.S. Air Force, serving in Europe during World War II. In addition to his son, Mr. Bassman is survived by his wife, Betty Kramer Bassman; one daughter, Donna Sprinkle of Atlanta; one brother, Earl Bassman of Dayton, Ohio; his stepmother, Mildred Bassman of Westwood; a stepsister, Carol Mack of Cameron, Wis.; and two grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. today at the Bridgetown Cemetery, 4337 Bridgetown Road, Bridgetown. There will be no visitation. Memorials can be made to the Cheviot Life Squad, Harrison Avenue and Lovell Street, Cheviot 45211. Minges Funeral Home in Harrison, Ohio is in BY MIKE TURMELL The Cincinnati Enquirer Fred G. Bassman Jr., 70, a retired senior manager at the Rollman Psychiatric Institute, died Monday at the Hillebrand Nursing Center in Cheviot after a long illness. Mr. Bassman joined Rollman in 1983 after leaving St. Francis-St. George Hospital, where he was associate administrator for 12 years. The Cheviot native, who was a longtime resident of that west side community, graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Pharmacy in 1950. He became a sales representative for Parke-Davis Pharmaceuticals and then district manager for Pfizer Laboratories before going to St. Francis Hospital in 1971. He stayed with the hospital after it merged with St. George Hospital. After retiring, he remained active in the Oak Hills Kiwanis Club, of which he was a life member, past president and 6th District lieutenant governor. He also was a member of the board of trustees of the Bridgetown Cemetery Association. Away from work, Mr. Bassman enjoyed remodeling houses. "He liked to buy houses, fix them up and sell them," said his son, Todd Bassman. "Not as invest- Armstrong was on the ground. They also said Armstrong was struck by Ficker twice in the head with the officer's police radio while the suspect was being handcuffed. Armstrong later offered a no-contest plea to the theft charge at Walgreen's. Ficker, who was promoted to specialist in 1986, has five pages of commendations from his superiors and from citizens, according to personnel records. It is the first time he has been disciplined. Commission members say they expect Ficker to appeal the panel's ruling to Hamilton County Common Pleas Court. Two fellow officers told alleged 'stomping' of robbery suspect BY RICHARD GREEN The Cincinnati Enquirer One of Cincinnati's most highly regarded police officers should serve a five-week suspension after allegedly beating a robbery suspect last year, the city's Civil Service Commission has ruled. The three-person panel unanimously upheld a decision made in late April by city investigators who determined that the conduct of Specialist Dennis Ficker, a 20-year member of the Cincinnati Police city Carl officials Ficker roughed up Armstrong, a suspect in a robbery tn at the Walgreen Drug Store Corryville. where Ficker was working off-duty as a plainclothes monitor. Officers testified that Ficker kicked Armstrong in the head and stomped him three times in the back of the neck while charge arrangements. 1. V

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