In Memoriam

Andrew Kleimeyer

KLEIMEYER Andrew Kleimeyer, 28, of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on June 3, 2009 at University Hospital. Born in Houston, Texas April 26, 1981, he grew up in Connecticut and Cincinnati. He was a Graduate of St. Xavier High School, class of 1999 and Harvard University, class of 2003 where he earned a degree in Economics. He also attended the University of Hong Kong. During his high school years he was a passionate rower with the Cincinnati Junior Rowing Club and was a crew member of Cincinnati's Junior National Championship eight of 1999. During his summers while in college he indulged his love of travel while working in Paris, France and throughout Greece where he both taught school and researched and wrote for an international travel guide. Upon college graduation, he moved to Shanghai, China where he worked in administration for the Shanghai Community International School from 2003 to 2007.  It was there that he met his fiance. While in Shanghai he became a leading player and technology advisor on the Ultimate Frisbee Team who played their games throughout all of Southeast Asia. In 2008 he moved to Hong Kong and enrolled at the University of Hong Kong Graduate School studying information technology. During his time overseas he traveled extensively throughout China, Southeast Asia, the Philippines, and Japan. Andrew is survived by his parents, Thomas and Mary Kleimeyer of Cincinnati, Ohio; his sister and brother in-law, Dr, Anne Kleimeyer-Thaman and Andy Thaman of Burlington, Kentucky; his grandmother, Edna Kleimeyer of Cincinnati, Ohio and his fiance, Kristin Tomasek of Ovid, Michigan.  Memorial Donations may be made to the Barrett Cancer Center, 234 Goodman, Cincinnati, OH 45219. 



Daniel Wezelman Bartlett 

BARTLETT, Daniel Wezelman, 25, of Tucson, died August 8, 2006. Born November 8, 1980 in Tucson. Daniel was a graduate of University High School, where he was Presidential Scholar, a graduate of Harvard University and was currently enrolled at the University of Arizona Department of Mathematics as a PhD candidate. He was preceded in death by grandmother, Susan Bartlett and grandfather, Norman Wezelman. He is survived by his parents, David C. Bartlett and Janice Wezelman; sister, Elizabeth Bartlett; grandparents, Neil and Olive Bartlett, Mary Wezelman; uncles and aunts, James Wezelman, Barbara Wezelman, William (Susan) Bartlett, Thomas Bartlett, Gerry (Ann) Hudson, Brian (Pam) Hudson, Nancy (Bob) Helmuth and ten cousins.