William D. FEHN
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William D., loving husband of Helen R. Fehn (nee Lippolis) beloved father of Michael (Mary), Steve (Sheila), Bill (Jennifer), Bob (Tina) Fehn and Lynda (Chris) Baird, dear brother of Joseph Fehn and Jackie Bocklett, preceded in death by brother Carl Hoderlein, grandfather of 12 and great-grandfather of 2. Aug. 16, 2011 Age 79 years. Resident of Cherry Grove. William worked for IBM, member of SAM & IBM magic groups and BSA Troop 452. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Thomas More Church, Withamsville, on Sat. Aug. 20, at 9:30AM. Friends may visit at TP White & Sons Funeral Home, 2050 Beechmont Ave. Mt. Washington on Fri. from 5-8PM. Memorials may be sent to St. Thomas More Church or a charity of your choice.


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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Aug. 18, 2011.
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August 30, 2011
Helen, we are so sorry to hear about Bills dseath. May God be with you and your family. Love and prayers, Tom and Lorri Welling
LORRI WELLING
August 19, 2011
We did not know "Grandpa Fehn" long. We met him through our daughter, Carrie, when she began seeing his grandson, Scott. What a joyous man he was! We are thankful to have known him and Helen; two truly great people.
David and Janet Kasner
August 18, 2011
Dear Helen(mom) and Family, we are so sorry for your loss. Just know, we are here for you. Love and prayers!
Craig & Analyn Heaton
August 18, 2011
Dear Helen and Family,
Jane phoned us about Bill's death. We are terribly saddened and will remember all of you in our prayers.
Love and prayers, Ed and Ada Feldman
Ada Feldman
August 18, 2011
Helen & family, we are so sorry for your loss. Bill was a fantastic mentor to our sons in scouts, and a blessing to all who knew him. He was a consummate performer, and a delight to all. Our sympathies,
Tom & Jane Kammer Habig
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