Former Company President, Rosenthal, Dies
BLUE ASH, OH—Roughly two months after his family founded printing company went out of business following more than 100 years of operation, fourth-generation owner Tomme Rosenthal passed away at the age of 80.
Mr. Rosenthal, who directed S. Rosenthal Printing Co. prior to retiring in the 1990s, died last Friday while in the care of Hospice of Cincinnati, the Cincinnati Enquirer reported.
The company was founded in 1868 and among its early jobs was the printing of scorecards for the Cincinnati Reds baseball team, the paper noted. A Korean War veteran, Mr. Rosenthal took the helm of his family’s business in 1974, becoming president following the death of his father, Wilbert.
S. Rosenthal Printing shut down in April, due largely to the loss of a contract to print TV Guide.