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Dr. John Steiner M.D. March 6, 1940 - October 8, 2018

John C. Steiner, M.D.


Born on March 6, 1940.  Grew up on an orchard farm in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  John’s parents were Virginia and Harold Steiner.


Oldest brother of three boys, his brothers are Paul (deceased) and Dean Steiner.


Happily married for 38 years to Margaret Steiner.

Wonderful father to four children, ten grandchildren and one great-grandchild.


Friend, colleague, teacher, mentor, doctor to so many.


Military Service in US Navy, 1961-76; Active duty and Reserves. Lieutenant Commander in Medical Core.  Philadelphia Naval Hospital.


Earned B.S. from Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Earned M.D. from Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA

Mixed Medicine Internship, Geisinger Clinic, Danville, PA

Medical Residency, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH


Board certified in Neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.


Practiced Neurology from 1970 – 1999:

1970-72           Neurologist, US Naval Hospital, Philadelphia, PA

1972-73           Neurophysiology, Hospital of University of Pennsylvania

1973-82           University of Cincinnati, Dept. of Neurology, Clinical Associate Professor

1982-93           Independent Neurologist, Private Practice, Anderson Township

1993-96           Neurologist, Ochsner Clinic, Baton Rouge, Louisiana

1996-99           Internal Medicine, Geriatrics and Neurology,

Family Health of Louisiana, Denham Springs, Louisiana


Retired from active medical practice in September, 1999.


John enjoyed being with his family and practicing medicine the most.  Additionally, John enjoyed photography and travel.


John passed into eternal life on October 8, 2018.


A memorial visitation will be held Sat, Oct 13 from 1pm until time of service at 2:30pm at Fares J. Radel Funeral Home, 5950 Kellogg Ave, Cincinnati, OH.


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    Chilian family says

    To the family, please accept our deepest condolences for your dear loved one. The bible assures us that our heavenly father is aware of our pain and he is near to the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:18). It also gives us the promise that there will be a resurrection and that God will bring an end to death once and for all (John 5:28,29; Revelation 21:4). We pray these scriptures are able to bring you some comfort.

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