Robert Rubin, 81, passed away Friday, May 22, 2020.  Beloved husband of Marian Rubin, devoted father of Joel (Linda) Rubin and Sara (Brian) Cox, loving grandfather of Aly Rubin, Abi and Emmi Cox, dear brother of Jerry (Judy) Rubin. A private service was held on Monday, May 25. 

S. David Freeman, who steered the nation’s largest public electric utilities with a commanding and at times uncompromising vision and was an early advocate of renewable energy, has died at a hospital in the Washington, D.C., suburbs.

Jeffrey L. Lazarus, III, PhD, passed away Friday, April 24th in Oakland, CA. He was 66. Jeff was born and raised in Cincinnati, and had close and loving relationships with his parents, Ann Ballenberg and Jeffrey L. Lazarus, Jr, who predeceased him. Throughout his life he remained close to fr…

Judith Carol Mendelson nee Rose was born in Cincinnati, Ohio on June 30, 1931 to Sylvia Alice Rose nee Klein and Jacob Herbert Rose. She graduated from Walnut Hills High School and attended the University of Cincinnati for two years.

Paula S. Bogdan, formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, passed away of natural causes on Friday, April 3, 2020 at her home in Ossining, New York. Originally from Thompsonville, Connecticut, Paula was born on August 4, 1928 to Eva Saffir Sisitzky and Philip Sisitzky. She grew up in Connecticut and New…

Stanley L. Block, a prominent Cincinnati psychoanalyst and hospital administrator died in Los Angeles on April 9, 2020. He was 96. Block was born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1923 to Julius Block, a regional manager for Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. and Sylvia Davis Block, a homemaker. 

Ivan Robert Steinberg, 92, died in his sleep on April 3, 2020, at his home in The Kenwood. He was born on February 20, 1928, in Cincinnati, Ohio to Ely and Ann (Okrent) Steinberg. He graduated from Hughes High School and then earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University o…

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Sue Ransohoff was born Sara Westheimer on December 22, 1919 in Baltimore Maryland.  She attended Smith College.  Her first husband, Michael Jacobs of Montreal, Canada, died in WWII.  Following his death, she enlisted in the RCAF and served at Gander AFB.  Following the war while on a visit w…

Barbara Ann Schwartz, 87 of Cincinnati died March 8, 2020. Mrs. Schwartz enjoyed a career for many years with Manpower. She was a true entertainer and loved performing with The Troubadours as well as being a member of The Traveling Song and Dance Troupe. Beyond being the life of the party, s…

Frances Friedman Schloss, nee Huttenbauer, age 95 passed away peacefully at home Feb. 22, 2020.  Preceded in death by adoring and adored husbands Justin Friedman and Milton Schloss Sr. Devoted mother to Jim (Meredith) Friedman and Kathy (Dr. Louis) Claybon. The one and only "GranFran" to her…

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Judge Nathaniel R. Jones, federal judge, lawyer, and civil rights activist, is remembered for his sharp memory, his intelligence, his kindness, and his courage to speak out in opposition to conventional wisdom. He was a fierce advocate for civil rights, fighting throughout his career for jus…