William Theodore Stalter
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William Theodore Stalter
  • September 26, 1941 - June 24, 2017
  • Lebanon, Ohio

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Dr. William Theodore Stalter, M.D.
September 26, 1941 - June 24, 2017

Bill went to be with His Lord on June 24, 2017 after a brief
battle with metastatic breast cancer. He was seventy-five years old. He and his
wife Bonnie were able to celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary on June 23rd. He
spent his final days at the Butler/Warren County Hospice. They were originally
from the Dayton area, but had recently relocated to Lebanon, Ohio in
Warren County. He was preceded in death by his parents Chester and
Alverta Stalter, his brother Larry, and on May 13, lost his precious daughter,
Susan Stalter Roget, age 51, to metastatic breast cancer. He is Survived
by his wife, Bonnie, brother Richard Stalter, brother-in-law David
Dieterich, children Stephen and Rose Stalter, Brian Roget,Grandchildren
Nathalie and John Weihl, Victoria, and Bryce William Roget,Therese,
Sylvia, Evangeline, and Emberlyn Stalter, and great - grandchildren Koen and
Everly Weihl.Bill was a much beloved Ob-Gyn who practiced for over 30 years. He did his internship and residency and then practiced at Miami Valley Hospital. He was a former Chief of Staff MVH and long-time member of American College of OB-Gyns, served as president of the Montgomery County Medical Society and was on the board of the American Pro-Life Ob-Gyn Society. During his career, he delivered over 6,000 babies. He retired young in order to begin the medical clinic at Miami Valley Women's Center. He was also instrumental in bringing ultrasound to the Miami Valley.Bill graduated from Fairview High School in 1959, obtained a B.S. from The Ohio State University in 1963, where he was a Phi Kappa Tau He attended OSU Medical School and was looking forward to celebrating his 50th
reunion in the fall. He was an avid OSU football fan, and regularly attended
the games as a season ticket holder.Bill was an avid outdoorsman, photographer,
and student of nature. He helped build our lake home in the Upper Peninsula of
Michigan, and loved pontoon boating, kayaking, and ATV riding thru the woods.Bill was very active in Fairhaven Church, serving as a Stephen Minister, recently becoming a table leader for Bible Study Fellowship. He went on many short term missions to Haiti with surgical teams. He did disaster relief in
Bangladesh, Haiti, and India. He taught surgery in Vietnam, to
compensate for not having served overseas during the war, when he served
in the United States Army at Ft. Knox, KY from 1969 - 1973, taking care of the
soldier's wives.Bill will be missed greatly. He was adored by his family, his
friends, his patients , and his colleagues. He was a brilliant man who
knew how to enjoy his life with simple pleasures. We all loved him.In
lieu of flowers, please donate to:Miller Ecological Park in Lebanon ,
Pink Ribbon Girls, Fairhaven Church, Hiawatha Bible Camp, or the charity of
your choice. A celebration of his life will be held at Fairhaven Church Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 11 A.M.
On line condolences may be sent to www.tobiasfuneralhome.com