Dean R. Batdorff

Born: 09/08/1956 Passed:

Dean R. Batdorff passed away unexpectedly on February 28, 2019 at the age of 62. He lived his entire life in Louisville, Ohio. Dean leaves behind his parents, Bill and Bonnie Batdorff; his partner of five years, Julie Robbins Callisto; his son, Zach (Brittany) Batdorff; his grandson, Duke; brothers, Duane (Jennifer), Dale (Terri), Doug (Leanne), Dan (Valerie); and sisters, Dee Dee (Dave) Thomas and Dawn (Michael) Ashbaugh.

He also leaves many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews as well as his beloved dog, Mongo.

Dean was a graduate of Louisville High School. He worked as an electrician and in landscaping and had served as a volunteer fireman for the city of Louisville. He enjoyed camping, hunting and everything outdoors.

His last gift was tissue donation to Lifebanc following his passing.

Dean’s life was celebrated at a private gathering held for family and friends and no public services are planned.

11 Tributes to Dean R. Batdorff

  1. Wayne and Bonni Brockway, Vermilion says:

    Prayers for peace and comfort to the entire Batdorff family.

  2. Your neighbors, Virg, Lil, Bunky & Manny Pandrea says:

    Our deepest condolences to the entire Batdorff family for your loss, thinking of all of you at this sorrowful time. How fortunate that you have a large family and can comfort each other.

  3. Cindy Nelson ( Was Batdorff ) says:

    Just wanted to say how sorry I am about Dean. I’m so sorry Zach, I wish I could have been there for you. God bless you all.

  4. Zach Batdorff says:

    I’ll never forget you Pops! You will be missed so much!!

  5. Sam & Deb Williams says:

    Very sorry and saddened to learn of Dean’s passing. Our thoughts are with his family.

  6. Lynn Riddle says:

    Dan and Val and family: sending you prayers of comfort and peace. What a blessing his thoughtfulness was for Life Banc BLESSINGS and HUGS

  7. Robin/Jim Richard says:

    Comfort and Peace to all of you…Great memories teaching Dean how to play euchre!!!!!!

  8. Vicky Robinson says:

    Dear Bonnie and Bill,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your son Dean.
    Losing a child is very difficult.
    We are sending many blessings to you and your
    Family.
    Love,
    Rodgers Willett and Vicky Robinson and Family

  9. Linda (Sponseller) Raderchak says:

    Sending healing prayers and condolences to the Batdorff families during this difficult time.

  10. Jeffrey Moore says:

    So sorry to learn of Dean’s passing. It was my privilege to serve with Dean on the LFD and I knew with certainty he would have my back in any tight spot we got into. A quiet hero. You’ll be missed, Dean.

  11. Anonymous says:

    To the Entire Batdorff family., so very sorry to hear about your loss, your all in my prayers.
    Shari Pandrea

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