Chuck Vonderhaar Obituary, Charles P Vonderhaar CPA LLC Owner Has Died

Chuck Vonderhaar Obituary, Death – Charles “Chuck” Vonderhaar, 69, passed away. The late Bernard and Helen (née Schatzle) Vonderhaar welcomed him into the world on July 29, 1953, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Chuck was predeceased by his parents, as well as by his siblings Mary (the late Jim) Weitzel, Rita Carol, Don Vonderhaar, and Gerald “Pie” Vonderhaar.

Chuck is survived by his devoted children Charles “Charlie” (Aliza Nichols) and Ryan M. (Lauren) Vonderhaar, as well as his wife of 33 years, Mary Rose (née Losh) Vonderhaar. The grandpa of Cecilia Rose Vonderhaar adored William and Harold “Stiney” Vonderhaar’s brother. Along with his nieces, nephews, relatives, and many close friends, Chuck also leaves behind his brother and sisters-in-law, George and Mary Nikias, and Wilma (the late Don) Vonderhaar.

Chuck will be remembered for his dedication as a successful businessman, devoted husband, loving father, and grandpa. In 1978, Chuck earned a master’s degree in accounting from Xavier University. After that, he launched his own accounting firm and has since worked relentlessly to service tens of thousands of clients. Chuck married Mary Rose in 1989; she has been his wife for 33 years and the passion of his life.

His sons Charlie and Ryan were born a short while afterward. To him, the family was everything. He enjoyed playing catch in the backyard for hours, going to games with his boys to collect baseballs and hockey pucks, and going to all the school’s athletic events. Sharing an ice cream cone with his cherished granddaughter Cecilia was one of his most recent favorites. On February 17, 2023, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., there will be visitation. On February 18, 2023, at 10:00 a.m., there will be a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Savior Church, located at 4136 Myrtle Avenue in Cincinnati, Ohio 45236. After the service, there will be a burial at the Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Contributions to Roger Bacon High School may be donated in Charles’ honor in lieu of flowers.