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1934 Harry 2021

Harry Gerard Grieselhuber

August 5, 1934 — January 18, 2021

GRIESELHUBER, Harry Gerard, age 86, of Dayton/Centerville passed away on Monday January 18th 2021. Harry was born August 5th 1934 in Camden, NJ. He is proceeded in death by his parents; beloved wife Carol, and his son Bill Grieselhuber. He is survived by son Harry G. Grieselhuber Jr (Jerry) and his wife Rhonda, daughter Karen M. Mackay and her husband Jim. Grandchildren Zane and Brandi Jo Grieselhuber, Raini and Greg Highley, and Emily Mackay, and great grandson Zane Grieselhuber Jr.

Harry graduated from University of Dayton with a Mechanical/Electrical Engineering degree. He started his career at Champion Paper after graduation and worked at numerous paper and chemical focused companies located in the Hamilton/Ashtabula/Dayton area. He retired from Miami Paper in West Carrollton Ohio in 1997 where he was Director of Engineering and Maintenance.

Harry was married for 59 years to his wife Carol. They enjoyed traveling in their RV, and getting together with friends and family whenever possible. Harry was also a master at repairing antique watches and clocks and enjoyed spending time doing so. He was also an instrument rated private pilot with aerobatic and high performance certifications. He built and flew several aircraft.

Most importantly, Harry was a devoted family man. Always a positive attitude and a friendly smile. Always there for his family and friends. He will be missed a great deal. For complete condolences and remembrances, please visit

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