George-Vesper-Obituary

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George Joseph Vesper Sr.

Sharonville, Ohio

Jun 5, 1930 – Feb 3, 2018 (Age 87)

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VESPERGeorge Joseph Vesper Sr., beloved husband of 59 years to Mary Gloria Vesper (née Ricketson). Loving father of George J. Vesper Jr., Catherine Vesper, and Patricia (Thomas) Ewing. Cherished grandfather of Jerrod (Jaime Jenkinson) Ewing, Elizabeth Ewing, Joseph (Kelly) Ewing, and Robert...

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Gloria,
Covering your family with prayers for strength, peace and love. Our deepest sympathies to everyone.
We have treasured our friendship through the many years ...
Fondly,
The Reynolds' Family
Karen, Chad et al

George Vesper Sr. must have been a very remarkable and accomplished man during his long life. Our daughter, Jaime Jenkinson, has been married to George's grandson, Jerrod Ewing, since last August. We are proud to now be a part of the extended family of George and Mary, and offer our greatest sympathies to this wonderful family. It is hard to know you've lost one of your beloved. May George rest in peace.
Kirk and Linda Jenkinson

I remember George when we worked together at A.M. Kinney Consulting Engineers in Cincinnati in the 1970s. Geaorge was a really nice guy, a fine gentleman. My deepest condolences to his family.

Gloria and all. I am so sorry to hear of George

Gloria and family,
Theresa and I send our most heart felt condolences. George was not only a great guy but a leader in the church community and a role model. May God bless you and your family.
Skip & Theresa Borgman

I am so sorry for your loss, Gloria. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God bless you.

In thought and prayer

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Gloria, my thoughts, prayers, and sympathy are with you and your family. I fondly and gratefully remember your devotion to Saint Bartholomew Parish when I became the pastor. May the Good Shepherd lead George into the heavenly kingdom where no one ever says goodbye.