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The Passing of Jhon Marshall

MISC_Jhon Marshallhon William Marshall, 76, passed away on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 in Cincinnati, Ohio. The son of the late Clifford and Maria Marshall, he is survived by family members Kathryn, Bill, Michael, Lori, Larry, Emily, Seth, Grace, Ava, Ben, and Michelle.

Marshall produced and directed more than one hundred plays in his years as an educator and community theatre aficionado. As an actor he performed at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, the Showboat Majestic, and several community theatre stages.

Upon his retirement from teaching, May 24, 1996 was declared “Jhon Marshall Day” in Cincinnati. Following retirement he continued to make an impact by working at the home office of the Educational Theatre Association. A member of both the Ohio and National EDTA Hall of Fame, Marshall always wanted his students to “develop a sense of ensemble, stressing that every student involved with the production in any capacity shared an equal responsibility for its ultimate success.”

Burial will be private. If desired, memorial gifts may be made to: Cincinnati Music Theatre, 1317 Mimosa Lane, Cincinnati OH 45238.

You can visit Jhon’s tribute wall here.

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The Passing of Austin Dale Moore

NKU_Austin Dale MooreThe School of the Arts fondly remembers former student Austin Dale Moore who passed away of kidney disease on Dec. 27, 2020, at the age of 25. Austin was an active participant in Music and Theatre at NKU, sharing his bright and shining spirit with all who knew him. Some may remember his ebullient personality as a barista on campus at Starbucks. “He always strived to put a smile on the face of everyone he met.”

GoFundMe has been established to help Austin’s mother with medical expenses.

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The Passing of Dave Myers

SSP_Dave MyersAdded Oct. 13:

From John Wesseling

Added Oct. 13:
I let many of you know who asked that I would share Dave’s Funeral arrangements as soon as I got them.

Sad to say, it seems that October is a busy month  for funerals.

So the Memorial Service will be Sunday October 18th from 3-5pm at Vitt and Stermer, 4619 Delhi Rd.

The funeral mass will be the next day at 11:00 AM at Our Lady of Victory 810 Neeb Rd in Delhi.

Please keep his family and his theatre family in your thoughts!

Best!
John
 

Gang,
I just got the word that we lost Dave Myers at 3:00 this afternoon [10/10]. He lost his 6 year battle with Cancer. This is a sad day for all of us who knew and loved him!

While he was not the founder of Sunset, In many ways he was the foundation of Sunset. Especially tech wise.

As many of you know he was my friend and de facto big brother ( As well as Mike Burke’s and Jerry Yearout’s). For me that relationship lasted over 50 years. Many of the good things that I am today come from Dave’s influence on me.

Sunset’s reputation as a tech group comes from his incredible talents and how he shared them and trained all of us around him.

But most of all, he was an incredible wonderful person and a gentle soul who would help anyone who needed it. If you are a person who prays, please pray for Dave and his family.

His loss will leave a hole at Sunset which will be impossible to fill!

I’ll let everyone know the arrangements when I find them out.

Best to you all!
John

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The Passing of Kirk Kremer

From Dobbling, Muehlenkamp-Srschell Funeral Homes Obituary

MISC_Kirk KremerKirk P. Kremer, 50, passed away in Alexandria, KY. He worked as Director of Finance at Price Hill Will. Kirk served 10 years on the board of the Know Theatre of Cincinnati. Kirk graduated in 1988 from Bishop Brossart High School and then went on to graduate with an accounting degree from Northern Kentucky University. Kirk was preceded in death by his father, Ralph, brother, Kurt, nephew, Brandon. Kirk is survived by his mother, Bernice Kremer of Melbourne, KY, sister, Karen (Dave) Schadler of Melbourne, KY, brother, Keith (Lisa Collins) Kremer of Alexandria, KY, sister, Kathy (Chris) Brown of Cincinnati, OH, brother, Kevin (Kristy) Kremer of Independence, KY, sister, Kristina (Nimesh) Amin of Melbourne, KY, nieces, Dr. Brittny (John), Olivia, Anna, Lucy, nephews, Michael, Chad, Damian, Alex, Jackson, and Isaac. A Memorial Visitation will be held from 9am until the time of Mass at 11am Saturday, September 26, 2020 at St. Joseph Church, Camp Springs. Guests are required to wear masks and abide by social distancing guidelines. Memorials are suggested to Price Hill Will, 3301 Price Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45205, Know Theatre 1120 Jackson Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202, and Bishop Brossart High School, 4 Grove Street, Alexandria, KY, 41001. Special condolences and memories may be given at http://www.dmefuneral.com. Dobbling, Muehlenkamp-Erschell Funeral Home caring for Kirk and his family.

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The Passing of Linda Getz

From the Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre Facebook page:

GHCT_Linda GetzIN MEMORIAM

It is with a heavy heart that GHCT bids farewell to one of our long standing members, Linda Getz. Linda lost her courageous battle with cancer on Sunday, August 23, 2020.

Linda was an active member of Greater Hamilton Civic Theatre for over 35 years. She had served several terms on the GHCT Board of Directors and took on a variety of tasks including the organizing of the 25th Anniversary backstage reception after the opening night of A Thurber Carnival in 1983.
Linda made her stage debut in The Man Who Came to Dinner in 1982. It was a small part but just large enough for her to conclude that her talents were better used backstage. From that point on Linda became one of the finest and most sought after producers that GHCT ever had. Her work ethic, organizational skills and her ability to bring a professional shine to the productions made her a director’s dream. She took her work seriously but not so seriously that she didn’t enjoy the process. In fact, one of the things that most of us will remember about Linda is her infectious laugh. What a great memory that is.

So as we come to the end of our journey together we say thank you Linda for all you did to make us look good. You were one of the best.

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