I became an Ohio Licensed Funeral Director in 1962, graduating from the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science. I moved to Norwood in 1974 & purchased Kleb & Ihlendorf Funeral Home in August of the same year. I have raised my family & worked here ever since. I am also licensed in the States of Kentucky & Indiana. I am a parishioner of Holy Trinity Catholic Church, and a member of the Norwood Masonic Lodge #576 F&AM along with numerous other clubs in which I dedicate my time. I have been proud to be able to serve our great city.
Tara M. Fridley
After graduating high school in 1995 in Grove City, Ohio I moved to Norwood to attend Xavier University from 1995 to 1997. I began working at Naegele Funeral Home in May 1997, and began school at the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science in the fall of 1997, earning my bachelors degree. I became a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the State of Ohio in January of 2000. Over the years I have become a licensed funeral director and embalmer in the state of Kentucky as well as Indiana. I now reside in St. Bernard, Ohio along with my husband and son.
Jackie J. Hahn
I got my Associate of Arts Degree back home in Carroll, Iowa in December of 2002. I worked at a local funeral home there for about a year before moving to Cincinnati to attend the Cincinnati College of Mortuary Science, graduating with a Bachelors degree in June 2003. I served my year apprenticeship in Canal Winchester and became a licensed Ohio funeral director & embalmer in September 2004. I then moved back to the Northern Kentucky area, getting my Kentucky license in 2005. At the beginning of 2007 I started working at Naegele Funeral Home and a year later moved to Norwood. I am currently the Past President of the Greater Cincinnati Funeral Service Association.