Ross A. Lohrber

1949 - 2020

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Ross A. Lohrber, 71 of Kenton passed away on Thursday, November 19, 2020 after complications from COVID-19. He was born in Indianapolis, IN to the late Albert and Emma Jean (Ray) Lohrber. Ross married Susan Fissel on July 12, 1968 and she survives along with two children; Kimberly (Chris) Hays of Greenville, OH and Jeffrey (Sophia Urbrieta) Lohrber of Huber Heights, Ohio. He is also survived by two grandchildren; Elise and Joel Hays, brothers; Paul (Susie) Lohrber of Kenton, Jerry (Kay) Lohrber of Seymour, TN and a sister, Lynne Hermanson of Chandler, AZ. He was preceded in death by brothers; Albert Lohrber, Jr, Grady Lohrber and sisters, Jeanette Damer and Denise Davey. He served his country proudly in the US Navy Construction Battalion "Sea Bees" during the Vietman War. Ross worked in building sales for many years, working for Moriarity Buildings, Wickes, Morton Buildings and retired from Golden Giant Buildings. Following retirement, he worked part time for the TRC. Ross enjoyed classic Rock and Roll music and baseball, particularly the Detroit Tigers. He was a past Master of Latham Lodge #154, past High Priest of Scioto Chapter #119, member of Kenton Console #65, member of St. George Commandery, member of the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, member of Valley of Toledo Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, member of Zenobia Shrine Columbus, Ohio, past President of the 10th Masonic District, Second Vice President of AASR Hardin County Association and a member of the Hardin County Shrine Club, Kenton Elks Lodge #157, Amvets Post 1944, American Legion and VFW. Ross was also a member of the Masonic Lodge. A family graveside service will be held at a later date and he will be buried in Grove Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Schindewolf-Stout-Crates Funeral Home. Memorial contributions can be made in memory of Ross to the Amvets Post 1994 or Shriner's Hospital. Online condolences can be expressed to the family by visiting stoutcrates.com.


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To : Sue and Family
Date :Monday, November 23rd 2020
From : Chad Heydinger Family
Very sorry to hear about the loss of Ross, he was a great man and am honored to have known him.



To : Sue
Date :Monday, November 23rd 2020
From : Beth Wetherill
Sue,
I am so very sorry about Ross. I only knew him for a short time, but I will never forget his smile. My heart aches for you. Know you are in my prayers. 🙏




To : Sue
Date :Monday, November 23rd 2020
From : Ralph and Nancy Brim
Sending our deepest sympathies for your loss!




To : Sue and family
Date :Monday, November 23rd 2020
From : Roger and Julie Crowe
Sue and family - we are so very sorry to hear of Ross' untimely passing. We pray you will find comfort and peace in the loving memories you shared together.
Our deepest sympathy-
Roger and Julie Crowe



To : Paul and Sue
Date :Tuesday, November 24th 2020
From : Angie Gray Ralston
Thinking of you both. It is never easy to say good bye to the people we love. Please accept my sincere condolences.



To : Sue and family
Date :Tuesday, November 24th 2020
From : Suzanne jordan
So sorry for your loss. Ross was a friend and co worker. I have many stories from TRC while I was a driver with him. Even after I had moved to a different department he would say hi and talk whenever he seen me. Thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time.



To : Sue and family
Date :Wednesday, November 25th 2020
From : Bruce Michel
I am saddened to hear of Ross's passing. He was a good man to with. You have my deepest sympathy.



To : Sue
Date :Wednesday, November 25th 2020
From : Kaarin Sheehan Valkyrie Putnam and Hilma Ries
Just letting you know we’re thinking of you at this time. Take care of yourself. Always here to listen if you need a friend.

Prayerfully,
The Robinson Girls



To : Susan Jeff and Lynne
Date :Wednesday, November 25th 2020
From : David Dulin
I am so sad to hear of Ross's passing. I had the pleasure of working with him at TRC, and as I got to know him I had nothing but the greatest respect for him and his strength of character. To know him was a pleasure. Please extend my condolences also to Jeff, who I got to know at TRC; and Lynne, who I knew well in high school. We will lift up you and your family in prayer. Take Care; David



To : Sue and family
Date :Wednesday, November 25th 2020
From : Penny Elliott
I was so sorry to hear of the passing of Ross. I worked with him and Jeff at TRC. He was such a sweet and wonderful man. He was a joy to work with. My prayers are with you and your family.
Penny Elliott



To : Sue and family
Date :Saturday, November 28th 2020
From : Rebecca and Gary Braun
Dear Sue and Family,

We were sorry to hear about Ross. So many have been victims of this horrible disease. Again, we are sorry.



To : Sue and family
Date :Saturday, November 28th 2020
From : Rebecca and Gary Braun
Dear Sue and Family,

We were sorry to hear about Ross. So many have been victims of this horrible disease. Again, we are sorry.



To : Sue and family
Date :Monday, November 30th 2020
From : Cindy Keller
I cannot tell you how very sorry I am. I am heartbroken for you. You are in my prayers.



To : The Lohrber Family
Date :Monday, December 28th 2020
From : Tom and Brenda Keller
Dear Paul, Lynne and Family,
We want to extend our sympathy to all of you in the loss of Ross. May God comfort you in your grief.
Love,
Tom and Brenda Keller



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