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Milton Bartholomew

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Bartholomew Milton Bartholomew, age 84, of Powell, Ohio and Bonita Springs, Florida, Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Kobacker House. Veteran of the US Marines. Survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Gerry (Olson) Bartholomew; brother, Bill (Joanna) Bartholomew; sister, Tamea (Tom) Sutphen; sons, Bill (Nancy) Bartholomew of Worthington, Jim Bartholomew of Gladstone, MO, and Bob (Tammy) of Westerville; eight grandchildren; one great granddaughter; and many nieces and nephews. Born in 1929 to Don C. and Claire Blass Bartholomew in Washington Court House, Ohio, soon moved to Grandview Heights where he grew up and graduated from Grandview High School where he was a member of the Brotherhood of Rooks fraternity and FABOMA. Following high school he enlisted in the Marines and served 2 years before attending Ohio State University where he graduated Cum Laude from OSU Law School in 1954. Milt began his law career in Youngstown before returning to Columbus in 1955 to join the law firm of Knepper, White, Richards, and Miller where he became a Partner. He grew to become one of the most prominent tax attorneys in the state and had the honor of arguing cases before the Ohio Supreme Court. Milt was a charter member of Worthington Hills Country Club where he was an avid golfer and enjoyed an occasional game of Gin Rummy. He served on many committees and was President from 1979-1980. He was a private pilot, dedicated Ohio State sports fan, a world history buff, enjoyed fishing, snow skiing, traveling the world and being with family and friends. Family will receive friends from 12Noon-2 p.m. on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at RUTHERFORD-CORBIN FUNERAL HOME, 515 High Street, Worthington, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the wonderful people at Kobacker House or a .

Published in The Columbus Dispatch on Oct. 22, 2013
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