In Memory


William V. O'Hair (Bunny)


Bill passed away as a result of a brain tumor at Montgomery Care Center, Montgomery, OH.

Services are pending.

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05/16/17 11:04 AM #1    

Sandra Jaffa

I send my thoughts and love to his family at this difficult time. 

05/16/17 11:14 AM #2    

Gil Schulze

"Bunny" was funny! What a great guy and always someone to brighten up a room. I was happy to know him as friend from Shroder and then Woodward and may bring a smile to a new audience in heaven.    Gil Schulze

05/16/17 04:24 PM #3    

Karen Schloss (Bunkowski (Class Of 1963))

Oh Bunny!  I was just thinking about you 2 days ago. One of the happiest, funniest, sweetest boys of all!   Everything was "cherry"....  

05/16/17 04:27 PM #4    

Judith Ach (Miniea)

R.I.P.  Condolences to your family!  Yet glad you aren't suffering anymore!


05/17/17 09:36 AM #5    

Bob Jacobs

I have been friends with Bill O'Hair since Shroder.  At one time we were extremely close to the point that I asked Bill to be in mine and Marie's wedding.  After college and our marriage Bill and I stayed close for quite some time, but like many things time changes things.  I remember retrieving Bill from Silverton police custody after he had gotten on the railroad track near his motorcycle shop in Kennedy Heights and rode on it out to where the tracks crossed Plainfield Rd.  Bill was always ready to have a good time and make the most out of some difficult situations. 

Bill's goals and mine divereged and our interests changed.  I stayed in contact with him for a long time, but really drifted apart the last 20 years.  Recently I started attending a Woodward group breakfast made up mostly of Pleasent Ridge, Kennedy Heights, Bond Hill, and Golf Manor people.  I came into contact with Bill again after a long time.  We talked about many things including the close bond that we once had.  Bill had somewhat right wing radical views and as a result alienated a lot of people who took the opposite stance.  That was Bill and you had to accept him for what he was.  

Bill was allways ready to participate in an argument and I beleive did so on many occasion just to antagonize whomever he was talking to. 

I could go on and on about things we did together, but I am sure many of you have had similar experiences with Bunny.  I will miss him and the laughter and friendship he brought into my life.  

God bless you Bill O'Hair and may you rest in the peace you always sought.

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