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LAUTERBACH, Ronald L. 71, of Las Vegas, NV passed away Sunday, December 23, 2012. He was born March 28, 1941 in Dayton, OH; the son of Eugenia C. (Reising) and Dr. Leo F. Lauterbach. Ron graduated from Chaminade High School in 1959. He was a 3 time All-City football player and in 1983 inducted into the Chaminade H.S. Hall of Fame. He was a high school All-American in baseball and a member of the 1957 U.S. Junior Olympic Baseball team. Ron graduated in 1963 from the University of Michigan with a B.S. in Education. He played guard and tackle for the U of M's football team, and was the starting catcher for the baseball team that won the 1962 NCAA College World Series and International Collegiate World Series. Ron attended graduate school at Wayne State University with a M.S. in Education 1965. He was the offensive line coach for Wayne State's football team, and assistant coach in wrestling and baseball. Ron worked for NCR, Schlitz Brewing Co., SRL, and IAMS - all in the field of Human Resources and Labor Relations and subsequently worked in real estate sales for 15 years with Irongate Realtors. Ron is survived by his loving wife of 28 years, Susan Wells Lauterbach; his son Greg Lauterbach (Carrie) of Oakwood; his daughter Muffy Herman (Rick) of Springboro; his stepdaughter Patti Wells of Boston, MA; four grandchildren Lily and Bridie Herman, and Kevin F. and Eleanor Lauterbach; brother Leo Lauterbach (Jane) of Springboro; sister-in-law Pam Lauterbach of King George, VA; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his son Kevin M. Lauterbach, brother Thomas Lauterbach, and parents Dr. and Mrs. Leo Lauterbach. Ron retired to Las Vegas 8 years ago where he made many new friends. He will be greatly missed by his loved ones and friends, both new and old. He will be remembered as a wonderful man with a great sense of humor. He loved his family and all of you very much. A memorial service will be held in Dayton - the date to be announced later. In lieu of flowers, the family requests a donation be made to the National Diabetes Association in his memory at www.donations.org/donate/.
Published in Dayton Daily News on Dec. 30, 2012