Stuart Tobin, 80 of Cincinnati, Ohio passed away on July 4th of Leukemia surrounded by his family. Born on July 6, 1942, Stuart was the oldest child of Bertha and Harry Tobin. Growing up in Cincinnati, Stuart loved playing baseball, the trumpet, and tormenting his two younger sisters, Carol (Neuman) and Diane Tobin. During summers, he worked at Leshner’s, the family’s textile factory.

Stuart’s sister introduced him to the love of his life, Faye Bernstein, at University of Cincinnati. They married in 1968, and Stuart went on to graduate from Ohio Northern Law School. Stuart served as a special counsel to the Ohio state attorney generals office, and spent the bulk of his career as the managing partner of Immerman & Tobin. Stuart served as the president of the Lawyers Club of Cincinnati and held many leadership positions within the Commercial Law League.

Stuart and Faye raised four children together, Audrey (Victor) Ronis-Tobin, Seth (Laura) Tobin, Molli (Brian) Monk, and Bret Tobin. An avid Reds fan and an involved father, Stuart coached youth baseball and soccer teams for over a dozen years. After playing the trumpet in an OSU ROTC band, he went on to inspire a love of music in his own children and grandchildren.

Stuart instilled a passion for both education and faith among his children and grandchildren. An active member of Adath Israel Synagogue, Stuart served as president of the Men’s Club. He was also a Master of a Cincinnati Masonic Lodge. In his spare time, Stuart volunteered with inner city youth helping children learn to read. He was an expert at travel logistics, and he and Faye traveled the world together often with friends and family.

Stuart leaves behind his loving wife of more than 50 years, his sisters and their families, his four children and their partners, ten grandchildren, seven nephews and nieces, and many dear and life-long friends. His calm demeanor, extraordinary patience and upbeat spirit will be deeply missed.

Services were held on Thursday, July 6 at 10:00 a.m., and visitation began at 9:00 a.m., at Weil Kahn Funeral Home, 8350 Cornell Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45249. The family accepted guests during Shiva services at Adath Israel Synagogue. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Red’s Community fund ( or Adath Israel Synagogue (