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Karen Oscherwitz (Deutsch)

Karen Deutsch
June 3, 1947 - June 1, 2019

Karen Oscherwitz “Osch” Deutsch, loving daughter of Elaine and the late Milton Oscherwitz, rock-star mother, selfless wife, eternally loyal friend basically the greatest person to ever walk the face of this earth, passed away peacefully on June 1st, 2019.
        Karen lived life to its fullest on her own terms. She will live on in the memories of her mother, Elaine, brother Steven (Cindy) Oscherwitz, husband Jeff Deutsch, children Ryan (Rachael) Deutsch and Josh (Erin) Deutsch, grandchildren Evan, Jordan and Alex, her precious cats Grizabella and Macavity and countless other family and friends who knew and loved her so. And as Karen loved to sing, “The sun will come out tomorrow”.
       Family and friends can join in celebrating Karen’s life on Wednesday, June 5th at Weil Funeral Home, 8350 Cornell Road, at 10AM.
       Donations can be made in Karen’s name to
Shiva will be observed Wednesday, June 5, at the residence of Josh and Erin Deutsch, 7071 Overton Way, Manville , Oh., 45039 from 6-8PM
Weil Funeral Home, Inc.
8350 Cornell Road
Cincinnati, OH 45249
(513) 469-9345
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06/04/19 05:13 PM #1    

Nancy Sapadin (Paul)

I am so sad to hear the news about Karen's passing.  Karen was a shining light, a wonderful person.  We were friends when I attended Bond Hill from kindergarten through third grade.  We remained friends through Brownies and Girl Scouts (Troop 525 I think) and I have many warm and fun memories of playing at her house.  My sympathies to her family.

06/05/19 03:47 PM #2    

Elinda Fishman (Kiss)

So sorry to learn about Karen's passing. Karen was part of our car pool to Woodward, which gave me more time to spend with her on the way to school. I remember how excited she was when she got her driver's license; that was 56 years ago. Karen, we miss you.

06/05/19 09:28 PM #3    

Richard Newhauser

How sad to see that Karen Oscherwitz has died! I lost touch with her after the early years of high school, really, and knew her mainly because her parents belonged to the same group as my parents, but the news of her passing has come with a shock. As others have said better than I can, she was always full of life. Truly, we are all growing old. May her memory be for a blessing. 

06/05/19 10:09 PM #4    

Robin Sevester (Avery)


When one of our beautiful precious flowers dies in our garden all of us feel the loss.

Karen your passing leaves a void in all of us. 










06/06/19 04:09 AM #5    

Jacqueline Schwartz (Mandell)

Rembering Karen with so much love. Karen had a love of life spirit. She left us too soon. Condolences.

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