Dr. Edwin E. Gallenstein

November 30, -0001 - April 12, 2010

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GALLENSTEIN, Dr. Edwin E. beloved husband of 56 years of Ruby Gallenstein (nee Colyer), loving father of Kath Bare and Pam Johnson, cherished pa of Edwin Obert and Jessica Johnson, dear brother of the late John Gallenstein. Ed served in the 11th Airborne Division. Ed passed away Monday April 12, 2010 at age 85. Friends may call at the Hodapp Funeral Home, 6041 Hamilton Ave., College Hill, Sunday from 1PM until 4PM. Funeral Service will take place Monday at the funeral home at 10AM. Memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital.


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Tim Hancock - Apr 21, 2010

I have nothing but respect and honor for this man that brought me into this world 46 years ago and took care of me most of my life! A true doctor in every sense of the word, and what every doctor should be today!

Amanda Tankersley - Apr 21, 2010

Dr. Gallenstein was my first doctor. He will be extremely missed. I used to see him regularly as a child, my family and I moved away, army life, and I returned to Cincinnati as an adult in 2003. I got sick and my grandmother said we needed to go to the doctor, when we got to Dr. G’s office I thought surely he wouldn’t remember me, all of the patients he has, I was sure. Sure enough he proved me wrong,he even still had my chart on a 5×7 card all of my history was on that card, and information that wasn’t was in his head. I have very fond memories of Dr. Gallenstein, he is very much a part of my childhood. I used to love going to the doctor because Dr. Gallenstein would give me the ‘pink stuff’, amoxicillin. I loved taking that medicine. My thoughts and prayers go out to his loved ones. Please know that he will live on forever in our hearts.

michael kremm - Apr 20, 2010

We are so appreciative of all that Dr. Gallenstein did for my mother, brother, sister and wife over his career. He was a wonderful, caring, compassionate man and will be greatly missed. Our hearts, thoughts, amd prayers go out to all of you. Thank you for sharing this marvellous man with all of us.

carrie oaks - Apr 19, 2010

To Edwin’s Family and beloved Wife,

My deepest sympathy to you all for your loss. I loved your dear Edwin like my own Grandfather. I’ve been seeing him since I was a child and he always went the extra mile to go out of his way for me at times. He knew my also deceased Father and we talked many times of Family his and mine. I did have the chance to tell him in person that he really meant alot to me and he will now be truly missed! Carrie

Wendell&Carolyn King - Apr 17, 2010

condolences to the family from two of his patients of over 40 yrs.

R.&A. Mingie - Apr 17, 2010

Dear Mrs. Gallenstein and family, The loss of your husband is both a personal loss for each of us, and a collective loss for our community. When my children were young, our family received compassionate care from dear Dr. Gallenstein. I enjoyed listening to his life experiences as an Airborne pilot. I will pray for your family as you mourn this precious loved one.

Pastor J. Shegog - Apr 16, 2010

HILLTOP UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
1930 W. Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45239
Jeannette Thomas Shegog, Pastor
April 16, 2010

WHEREAS Edwin Gallenstein has loved the Lord his God with all his heart, and with all his soul,
And with all his might.

WHEREAS He has kept the words that God
Commanded him in his heart.

WHEREAS he served the Lord his God and served God as God molded him to be all that he could be.

We celebrate the life he lived with the Lord.
Remember this:

“Don’t let this throw you. You trust God, don’t you? Trust me. There is plenty of room for you in my Father’s home. If that weren’t so, would I have told you that I’m on my way to get a room ready for you? And if I’m on my way to get your room ready, I’ll come back and get you so you can live where I live. And you already know the road I’m taking.”

Please know that the household of Faith At Hilltop United Methodist Church Loves You and Is
Praying with you at this time.

Jeannette Thomas Shegog,Pastor Claudia Neiman, Lay Leader

Gwendolyn Brown - Apr 16, 2010

“Hey Handsome”, gonna miss your stories.

I was always very happily surprised when you would call me by name, remember what street I lived on and where I worked.

When you see Minerva (my mom)up there, say hello for me.

Michael Sabo - Apr 15, 2010