Robert J. Ohlsen

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Robert J. Ohlsen, age 69 of Olmsted Falls, OH passed away peacefully on Thursday January 18, 2024 in the presence of loving family. He was born May 21,1954 in Cleveland, OH to Robert J Ohlsen, Sr and Barbara (nee Heydorn) Ohlsen. He married his beloved wife, Linda on March 22, 1982. Where they settled in Brunswick, OH and grew their family and made lots of wonderful memories. He is survived by his two children, Abby Ohlsen, Nick Ohlsen, daughter in law Azure Ohlsen and 3 grandchildren; Dearest brother to Sue Kinder, Laurie Demchak and Ralph Ohlsen.

He was a devoted Father, husband, grandfather, and brother. He loved to see his family happy, and adored time spent with his grandchildren. We’ll always imagine him singing his Frank Sinatra especially “My Way” and cheering on the Cleveland Browns, Guardians and the Cavs. Robert will be missed every day. His memory will live in the hearts of all those who knew and loved him.

A Celebration of Robert’s life will take place at the Yurch Funeral Home, 5618 Broadview Road, Parma, OH 44134 on Friday, February 2, 2024, from 11:00 am – 12:00 pm with a Memorial Service to follow at 12:00 pm.

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  1. Leah Marincovich says:

    Bob was a gem of a colleague as we worked together at TE&M(America’s Network) years ago. He always had a great disposition and made the job fun. A true gentleman and always so proud of his wonderful family..Sympathy to his family and may his memory be eternal

    • Ronald Wilinski says:

      I couldn’t of asked for a better brother-in-law. I will always remember when we were visiting his family when they lived in Texas. My nephew Nick was on the Dallas Mustangs Baseball Traveling Team and Bob said I would have a chance to see him play because they were just playing next door. So I said yes, great and we went. What I found out that in Texas talk playing next door meant a two hour drive to the game. A bit surprising to me but well worth the drive. My other memory was being with Bob seeing his daughter Abby perform. Wow, she has a god given voice. And he was so happy with his wife Linda who raised such wonderful kids! God bless you Bob!