Gilbert Edward Stehlin
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Gilbert Edward Stehlin

Gilbert Edward Stehlin, beloved husband of Helen Stehlin (nee Hammond), loving father of Dennis (Paula) Stehlin, Deborah (Bill) Young, Timothy (Tina) Stehlin, and Teresa (Mark) Deutsch. Grandfather to David Young, Ross Young, Christa Wolf, Lisa Quintanilla, Troy Stehlin, Tara Steed, Erin Guiliano, Robbie Guiliano and Nick Guiliano. Great-grandfather to Kate, Claire, Will, Avery, Ella, Macie, Olive, Luna, Campbell, Larkin and Quinn.

Gilbert is preceded in death by his grandson, Douglas Young. He is brother to the late Wilbur Stehlin and the late Vera Wheeler.

Gilbert is fondly remembered as "Gil the Barber" and was a part of the Pleasant Ridge community for over 70 years. He will be missed by generations of first haircuts and good stories.

Gil passed away on October 13, 2020, three weeks shy of his 96th birthday. A mass of Christian burial will take place at St. Saviour Church, 4136 Myrtle Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45236 on Monday, October 19th at 10 am. Condolences can be made at hodappfuneralhome.com




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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from Oct. 14 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 19, 2020
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Lisa Quintanilla
October 18, 2020
Service is almost never convenient and Gil has always been there to serve my mom when she needed help. They were very close and she thought of him as another brother. Gil was always genuinely concerned about what was going on in my life And always willing to share his skills and knowledge whenever given the opportunity.
John Fisher
Family
October 18, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Cathy Cordes
Neighbor
October 18, 2020
Dennis and family and co workers

I’m sure you’re going to miss a great Farther and co worker greatly

My prayers are with all y’all (as we say in SC)

Now Gil and Bill W can talk over all the toy models

Gil was a leader in the P Ridge business community-the glue that kept it going and growing

May he Rest In Peace

Jim Mullaney
Jim Mullaney
Friend
October 18, 2020
A great asset to Pleasant Ridge. Our son who is now 43 got his first haircut at Gil’s when he was three years old fond memories. The Coffey family
Sandy coffey
Neighbor
October 17, 2020
Gil will be missed by all the Guliano family. He was a friend to all who knew him and a legend in his time. We love you Gil
Bron Guiliano
Family
October 17, 2020
It is very sad when a parent of a dear friend passes away. Mr. Stehlin ("Gil") was always very pleasant with me and all of Denny's friends ever since I first met him when I was in high school. He was always interested in what I was doing and how I was doing - genuinely interested. He was just a very nice person in every way. My condolences to my friends Denny, Debbie, Tim, and Teresa and the entire family. It is a big loss.
Mike Duffy
Friend
October 16, 2020
Rest in peace, Uncle Gil. You'll be missed and loved always.
Bobbi Henson
Family
October 16, 2020
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October 16, 2020
Gil presided over a wonderful barber shop that became part of the fabric of Pleasant Ridge. He set the tone for a place always characterized by tenured barbers, good service, reasonable prices and a loyal clientele. A great guy. May he Rest in Peace, a well-deserved promotion.
Jim Hagerty
Friend
October 15, 2020
Gil was a great neighbor when we moved onto Sagamore. Both of my boys had their first haircut at his shop. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this very difficult time. He will be missed. Rest is Peace Gil.
Meg & Duff Sharp
Neighbor
October 14, 2020
Please give Wilbur a hug when you see him. Love you both !!!
Diane Starrett
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