Roger Md

Roger Md Obituary


Age - 90


September 10, 2023


Newport, KY

Dr. Roger A. Haas passed away on September 7th . A life-long resident of Campbell County - except for a few years living abroad in New Zealand - Roger was born on September 10, 1933, to Elmer Sr. and Flora. A graduate of Highlands High School (class of 1951), Roger got his medical degree from the University of Cincinnati in 1959 followed by an internship at Christ Hospital and went on to practice general medicine in his private practice in Newport and Ft Thomas. While private practice was his primary career path, Dr. Haas also spent time as an emergency room physician at St Luke Hospital in Ft Thomas, supported local nursing homes, saw patients at the Newport Steel Plant. He joined the Patient's First practice in the 90's which then became St. Elizabeth Physicians. Possibly having thousands of patients, Roger gave consultation to hundreds more who came to him for medical opinions and advice. He embodied the "Norman Rockwell Doctor" making house calls well past the time that house calls fell out of fashion. Dr. Haas retired from medical practice in 2010. Roger married his high school sweetheart, Joan Wilson, in 1956 in St. John's Church of Christ in Newport, where he was an active member throughout his life. They were together for 61 years until Joan's passing in 2014. Roger is proceeded in death by his brother Elmer Jr. and survived by his other brothers Jim and Tom, and his devoted children, Karl (married to Maura Swanson) and Laura (married to Jim Breyer) and Joanna. His eldest son Ray passed away in 1975. He is also survived by his adoring grandchildren Olivia, Wesley, Lilly, and Winston. He will be forever remembered by his family as a wonderful husband, loving father, and truly original Granddaddy. A frequent visitor to the Ft. Thomas Library, Roger was an avid book and newspaper reader, and movie buff. Roger loved the theatre, a wide variety of music and traveling. Roger also spent much time in his flower garden trying to outsmart the deer that would often visit. Visitation will be on Friday, September 15 the at Dobbling Funeral Home 106 S. Ft. Thomas Ave. in Ft. Thomas from 4:00pm - 7:00pm and service at St John's UCC in Newport on Saturday September 16 th at 10:00am. In lieu of flowers, memorials suggested to the St. John's UCC, Park & Nelson, Newport, KY 41071, the Hospice Care of St. Elizabeth in Edgewood - or to a charity of one's choice. Dobbling, Muehlenkamp-Erschell serving the family. Online condolences may be made to dmefuneral. com.

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Charlotte Scholl, beloved mother, wife and community member, passed away October 3rd at Carmel Manor. She was 94 and had lived most of her life in Fort Thomas, where she was known for her strong faith, wonderful cooking and love of music. Charlotte was born at home in Cincinnati on May 26, 1929 to Lorena (Porter) and Henry Huddleston. Her sister, Joyce, was born two years later. During most of her youth, their family lived on Military Parkway in Ft. Thomas. Charlotte attended Ruth Moyer Elementary School and played the role of giraffe in the first Kindergarten Circus in 1934. She attended Highlands High School, where she met her future husband, Robert Luecke. Both enjoyed music and singing, and that was a rich, meaningful part of their whole lives. Graduating HHS is 1947, she then spent two years at Georgetown College. She sang in choirs there and was a member of Kappa Delta sorority. While at Georgetown, she befriended Harold "Dutch" Scholl who later in life became her second husband in 1994, four years after Bob passed away. Bob and Char married in July 1951 and soon moved to Elyria, OH where Bob taught and coached (middle/high school) and Char taught 2nd and 3rd grades. They returned to Ft. Thomas around 1960 and Bob became a teacher and coach at Highlands High School. Charlotte volunteered at the school in various roles while being a devoted wife and raising their three children. Her Christian faith remained strong throughout her life. She and Bob, were among the founding members of Highland Hills Baptist Church. She held several roles within the church, including working as church secretary for many years. In their second marriage, Char and Dutch were blessed with 20 years together. They treasured many fun times with beloved family and dear friends. This included singing in the choir and participating in Life Partners at St. John's UCC Newport. For several years, they spent a winter month in Siesta Key. Char was the epitome of a gifted, gracious hostess. She was well known for her excellent cakes and often-requested "Char's Green Beans". She thoroughly enjoyed entertaining family and friends at their home on 3 Riverside Parkway. Another special part of her life was travel. Char was blessed to visit several U. S. states and to travel internationally. She took a Caribbean cruise, spent time in the UK (with the NKY Community Chorus) and made two journeys to Europe. Above all, her most beloved destination and second home was Lakeside, OH. , where she and her family spent many summers. For the past 11 years Char lived among caring friends and neighbors at the Highlander apartment building in Ft. Thomas. She greatly enjoyed dinner outings, playing cards and sharing food with her neighbors. Char's other hobbies included decorating, birdwatching, playing Bridge, attending Cosmopolitan Club gatherings, reading, and sunbathing on the Dock at Lakeside and at Bay Point beach. Char was preceded in death by: parents Lorena and Henry Huddleston, husband Robert Luecke, husband Dutch Scholl, brother-and sister-in laws Herbert and Marjorie Fuldner and John and Mary Luecke, and brother-in-law Robert DavisShe is survived by: sister Joyce Davis, daughter Linda (Rod) Weller, son Tim Luecke, daughter Lisa Luecke; nephews David Luecke, Tom Fuldner, Jim Fuldner; nieces Barb Loudon, Pam Luecke, Cindy VanHoose; grandchildren Chelsea Weller, Austin (Katheleen) Weller, Ryan (Kristen) Weller and great-granddaughters Malina and Gianna WellerThe family wishes to thank the amazing and devoted caregivers from Connecting Hearts Home Care and Heaven Sent Care. They are also immensely grateful for the excellent care she received from St. Elizabeth Hospital/Hospice and Carmel Manor. Visitation will be on Tuesday, October 10th at St. John's United Church of Christ in Newport where family will receive guests starting at 11am. The memorial service will be at Noon with a luncheon reception following in the undercroftDonations in Char's memory may be made to The Salvation Army (SW Ohio/NKY division), 340 West 10th Street, Newport, Ky 41071 or Matthew:25 Ministries, 11060 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242. Online condolences can be made at dmefuneral. comShow more

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