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Posted - 12/17/2011 :  3:10:20 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote Report Abuse

NIEDERMAN, Robert A. Age 45, walked healthy and whole through the gates of Heaven on December 14, 2011. Born March 22, 1966 in Hamilton, Ohio, the son of Robert and Janet (Fetter) Niederman. Beloved husband of Bethann (Emmons) Niederman, loving father of Elizabeth, Jacob, Ashley, Joshua and LeAnn Niederman, Devoted brother to Debbie (Doug) Pierson, Cindy (Tim) Sorrell and Nancy (Greg) Garver. Special uncle to numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. A trusted friend and mentor to many, many people. A full time farmer in Liberty Twp, after graduating from Lakota High School in 1984 and The Ohio State University in 1988. He was well known for his love of the farm and creative ways to have fun on the farm. Bob was loved by many who visited Paintball Country and Niederman Family Farms. He was a very giving person whose strong faith helped him and others in life. During his difficult journey with cancer, his unwavering faith helped him "fight like a farmer". A special thanks to the staff at OHC Jewish Hospital, BMTU Jewish Hospital and Hospice of Hamilton. In lieu of flowers, suggested donations to Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Visitation will be at Center Pointe Christian Church, 5962 Hamilton Mason Road, Sunday, December 18th, 3-7 PM. Funeral service held at the Center Pointe Church, Monday, December 19th, 10 AM.

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I did not know him, but it is sad to hear about the death of another small business man, who had vision and drive to make his business succeed. As I understand, he was a farmer at first. And he realized that he could build his business by diversify his farm business. He did so with Niederman Family Farms.

His business grew to have fall activities such as corn maze and pumpkin patch. There was a Christmas walk, paintball and the Gregory Creek Inn.

Its men like Robert Neiderman who make this country great. By expanding their business, they expand employment and income in the area. As I understand, Robert Neiderman 'fought like a farmer' to the bitter end. Rest in peace and thanks for creating so much for so many.

"I don’t know the key to success, but the key to failure is trying to please everybody" #BillCosby
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Posted - 12/19/2011 :  1:59:12 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote Report Abuse

It is so sad to hear someone so young pass and leave a family behind. I love how they put that he was healthy as he walked through the gates. What a beautiful way to put it! My prayers are with the family and thanks for all they do for our community!
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