Fred Blumenthal Obituary, Death – Fred Blumenthal, who was a long-time veteran of the Dayton Theatre Community and a long-time member of the Dayton Theatre Guild, passed away on Monday, November 21, 2022. He was a member of the Dayton Theatre Guild for a long time. Additionally, Blumenthal was an active participant in the Dayton Theatre Guild. He had been a part of the Dayton Theatre Guild for a considerable amount of time prior to his passing. This is a devastating blow to our hearts, and we are saddened to inform you of his passing and offer our most sincere condolences. We are sorry to inform you of his passing.
Aside from the time that he spent serving in the armed forces, Fred has been an active member of the Dayton Theatre Guild ever since he turned 18 years old in 1953. This span of time includes both the time that he spent serving and the time that he spent serving in the armed forces. This period of time encompasses not only the time he spent serving, but also the time he spent serving in the armed forces. This does not take into account the time that he served in the armed forces, as that period of time was left out of the calculation.
Fred is a member of the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame, and he has participated in or directed hundreds of theatrical productions at the Guild Theatre, The Human Race Theatre, the Phoenix Theatre in Indianapolis, and numerous other community and professional theaters all over the country. In addition, Fred is a member of the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame. Fred is also a member of the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame, which is an honor in itself. Additionally, Fred has been inducted into the Dayton Theatre Hall of Fame, which is an accomplishment in and of itself. In addition to that, throughout the course of his career, he has appeared in a wide range of films in various supporting roles. We won’t be able to find an actor at the Dayton Theatre with the same level of experience as Fred, so we won’t be able to replace him, and we’ll certainly miss having him around.