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“Rose so sorry to hear of John's passing. John coached our son in football at St William 30 years ago. He was a very knowledgeable coach and the boys...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Mike and Kathy Owens - North Bend, OH

“TV ball, Doctor Johnnie Deitsch. Loved to bowl, play softball and ref. What a great guy. ”
2 of 4 | Posted by: Tim Meyer - Cincinnati, OH

“Great times with Bulls going to the Elder Football and basketball games. After the game hoisting a few celebratory quarts while riding around with...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Tom "Chico" White - Melbourne, FL

“What a good guy. We reffed a bunch together. He loved the three point call.what a showman ”
4 of 4 | Posted by: Joe Niemeyer Niemeyer - IN


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DEITSCH, John M. Beloved husband of Rose M. Deitsch (Nee Funk) for 41 years. Loving father of Kathryn (Marc) Simon, Todd, Bradley (Roxanna) Deitsch and Amber (Steve) Marcum. Devoted grandfather of Mason Deitsch, Ryder, Harper Simon, Samantha, Victoria, Isaac Deitsch, Aubrey, Zane and Ellie Marcum. Dear brother of Linda (Ron) Corson, Connie (Mark) O'Brien, Gary (Laura) Deitsch and the late Steve Deitsch. Brother in law of Marcia Deitsch. Also survived by his many nieces, nephews, other family and friends.
John "Doctor D" "Bulls" was a loving father, grandfather and husband. You could always catch him at some type of local sporting event either as a coach, an umpire, a referee, a parent or a grandparent. Even before he had children of his own to coach, he was a coach for many teams at St. Williams Parish.
John's favorite place to visit each year with his family was Siesta Key Florida-you could always find him lounging by the pool dozing in the shade while the kids splashed in the pool, or at the daiquiri deck enjoying some half price daiquiris. He worked very hard at his job to save for this paradise vacation each year and even continued the tradition with his grandkids.
Besides going on vacation, John loved going to the casino and betting big on the roulette wheel. He would wear his lucky shirt with a picture of a grandchild on it and most of the time it would bring him luck!
John loved his wife Rose so much; it was love at first sight. They met at the Gay 90's in Cheviot and were married 1.5 months later and were married for 41 years. He even loved her so much he married her twice; once at the Justice of the Peace and then again ... READ MORE →