Ross A. Lohrber

1949 - 2020

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.