In Memory

Arrol Lieberman



 
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01/22/15 02:17 PM #1    

Leslie Beth Metzenbaum (Linder)

Arrol J. Lieberman Obituary

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Published in The Plain Dealer from May 1 to May 2, 2006
First 25 of 129 words: LIEBERMAN ARROL J. LIEBERMAN, beloved husband of Debra (nee Ridenour), and the late Roberta (nee Mosko-witz); loving father of Jason, Irene Lieberman and Melissa (James)...

03/23/15 11:58 AM #2    

Stephanie Katz (Farley)

Arrol and I were friends in elementary school and junior high. We lost touch after that, but I always remember him with positive thoughts. His death was too sudden.


03/24/15 12:15 AM #3    

Larry Lapine

Arrol & I were pretty close in Jr. High at Wiley.   He, Marty Novel & I seemed to get along very well.   I was a big supporter of the Wiley and Heights Baseball teams of which Arrol was a star.   After High School we sort of drifted apart, but I followed his baseball career through college.  After that, we did some business together while he sold insurance.   Arrol was always a very kind, personable person, he seemed to like everybody, and never made anyone feel less successful than he was.    I will always have a spot in my heart for him


03/25/15 09:32 PM #4    

James Price

Arrol and I went to Roosevelt and Heights together. After college we both taught at Wiley then Heights. We roomed together until he got married the first time. We played softball on many teams together and we golfed on many of the courses around Cleveland. Arrol was a great athlete and I always tried to keep up with him, never did. RIP


07/14/15 08:07 PM #5    

Robert Goldstein

I should have posted this much sooner.  Arrol was one of the nicest people anyone will ever meet.  Always a great athlete.  We lived about a block apart when we were at Roosevelt and Heights.  We were both AEPi in college, but at different campuses.  I went to visit him at Kent State.  Later, we were neighbors once again when we both lived at Gates Mills Towers ... when I moved from one apartment to another, it was Arrol who helped me schlep my furniture through the building.  I last saw him 10 years ago at our 40th Heights reunion.  R.I.P.


11/20/15 08:11 PM #6    

Al Merkrebs

Arrol was SO cool. A great dresser. And what a great athlete.

I remember one time in a Roosevelt basketball practice, coach Moll asked Arrol to cover me, for me to practice against a really great defender. And I could do nothing against Arrol.

Arrol, you were, and are, one of my all-time heroes.


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