Steven Jacobs, age 79 of Dayton, passed away Oct. 25. Mr. Jacobs was the owner of Montgomery Paper Company, a member of Beth Jacob Congregation, graduated from the University of Cincinnati, attended law school at the University of Cincinnati, and received his MBA from the University of Dayton. He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Claire Jacobs, and brother and sister-in-law Victor and Karen Jacobs. Mr. Jacobs is survived by the love of his life for 55 years, Rachel; his children, Dr. Bradley Jacobs and Dr. Cassandra Milling Jacobs, Julie and Dr. Adam Waldman, and Susan and Richard Davis; grandchildren, Noah, Zoe, and Oscar Waldman, Samantha, Lucie, and Ezra Jacobs, Jake and Joey Davis; brother and sister-in-law Dr. Alan and Joanne Jacobs; nephews and nieces, Mitchell, Aron and Craig Jacobs, Rebecca and Jonathan Goldman, Devra and Noah Pinzur, Tova and Jonathan Handel, Helene Berman and Shelley and R.J. Golda; and many cousins and friends. Interment was at Beth Jacob Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Chabad of Greater Dayton, Beth Jacob Congregation, or the charity of your choice in Mr. Jacobs’ memory.

Samuel A. Lauber, 3/29/42-11/4/2020. He is survived by his wife Ellen, and son, Aaron. Mr. Lauber was a Holocaust survivor, U.S. military veteran, loving husband, father, and grandfather. Interment was at David’s Cemetery. Donations may be made to The Hidden Child Foundation, Dayton’s Jewish Family Services, or Cincinnati’s Jewish Family Service.

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