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Doris Holzheimer March 8, 1945 - December 23, 2021

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Doris Holzheimer

Mrs. Doris Holzheimer, age 76, passed away on December 23, 2021 after a lengthy illness.

Doris was born in Cleveland, OH to Frank Holzheimer and Juanita Holzheimer Schloz. As a youth she was an accomplished horsewoman, a feat which she continued well into adulthood. Doris married the love of her life Gordon Hullar of Covington, Kentucky on May 5, 1984. Doris was the Senior Manager in International Marketing at Procter & Gamble. After retiring, Doris and Gordon started Vintner Select, a specialty wine importer. They traveled the globe in search of the best wines and sold them to the finest restaurants in the tri-state. Doris was widely known and appreciated for her exceptional palate, as well as her near-native mastery of the Italian language.

Doris was chair of the board for Women Helping Women, served on the board of the Sanibel Captiva Conservation Foundation and was an avid supporter of the Arts in Cincinnati including the Symphony, Ballet, Cincinnati Pops, Opera and Playhouse in the Park. She was a master of the culinary arts and enjoyed expressing her love to people through hosting and entertaining.

Doris is survived by her loving husband of 37 years, Gordon Hullar, children, Greg (Amber Bostic) Hullar and  Paul (Gay) Hullar, grandchildren, Kaje Hennerty, Stephanie (Ryan) Climer and Ayla Hullar, sisters, Deborah (Mary Beth Flournoy) Riley and Martha (Gary) Connor, Bruce (Peggy Crawford) Scharschmidt and many extended relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Frank Holzheimer, Juanita Holzheimer Schloz.

Services for Doris will be private. A celebration of life will take place in the coming months.

Memorial donations can be directed to Women Helping Women at https://www.womenhelpingwomen.org/.


Services are private.


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    Connie Crihfield says

    Martha and Debbie,
    Sorry to hear of Doris’s death. I have fond memories of working with your Mom and house sitting for your parents and the dog Christie.

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    Elven Riley says

    We are sorry to hear of her passing and will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers.

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    David and Catherine Schildknecht says


    You, Paul, Greg, and their wives and children are in our thoughts and prayers. We will always treasure the occasions that we spent with you and Doris over the years. She was a remarkable woman with the gift of making all feel both at ease and important.

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