2145 Compton Road, Cincinnati, OH 45231

Louis Henry Bang April 25, 1947 - November 20, 2020

Lou was born in Cincinnati, OH, to Louis and Ruby Bang. He married Martia Kramer of Fort Thomas, Kentucky, on September 23, 1972. Lou worked at Cincinnati Milacron as a service engineer, from 1968, until his retirement in 2012. After retirement, he worked as a private contractor for John Deer, until 2019. Lou was a member of the Melrose Masonic Lodge #671 and was a 32 degree Mason.

Lou loved gardening and was a master tinkerer. He was always building or creating projects in the barn or garage. He was generous with his time and enjoyed helping others. His easy going nature and generosity will be missed by all who knew him.

Louis is survived by his wife of 48 years, Martia Bang, sons; Rob (Aimee) Bang and Mike Bang, brother Dennis (Tomi) Bang, and many extended relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

Visitation will be held Wednesday, 25th of November, 2020, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, when funeral services will begin at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231 (follow the blue line once you arrive at the cemetery). Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations can be directed to Shriner’s Hospital for Children, Cincinnati at https://shrinershospitalcincinnati.org/donate/. Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com

 

Visitation will be held Wednesday, 25th of November, 2020, from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, when funeral services will begin at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231 (follow the blue line once you arrive at the cemetery). Burial will follow at Arlington Memorial Gardens. Memorial donations can be directed to Shriner's Hospital for Children, Cincinnati at https://shrinershospitalcincinnati.org/donate/. Online condolences can be left at www.AMGFuneralHome.com

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    Cathy Tellez says

    I recently learned of Lou’s passing. What a joy it was to have met him. His kind heart and gentle spirit was evident in his smile and actions in life. I always enjoyed his stories and little gems of wisdom. My prayers go out to the family as each day passes.

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    Joseph Miljush says

    I met Lou when he started contracting at John Deere. He was always kind, polite, always ready to help. He was well respected for his expertise and as the obit says, his tinkering ability. He mentioned his family often – it was obvious he loved his time with family. What a great man – I’m grateful to have come to know him. My deepest sympathy to his family

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    Dan Collin says

    To the Family of Lou Bang. I met Lou when he first started to service John Deere in Davenport. He really new his job and helped whoever needed it. He was a great service person and a pleasure to work with. After I retired in 2008 I still saw him when several of us went to the fish fries. I am truly sorry for your loss.

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    Kevin Klein says

    So sorry for your loss. Lou will be missed. He was easy to work with had alot of patience. He visited me during some tough medical times. Good man.

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    Joyce Kramer says

    Marita, I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.

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    Daryl Rishforth says

    I worked with Lou on several jobs, knew him for many years. Just a super guy and Master Mason. Condolences to his family. He will be missed!

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    Melissa & John Shank says

    We are so sad to hear of Lou’s passing. We both worked with him for many years and Lou was always one of the nicest guys around. Such a loss. Praying for the entire family during this difficult time.

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