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He was a member of Valhalla and his greatest joy was playing golf. As long as the sun was shining, he was on the first tee, waiting to share time with his friends and maybe even win a few bucks.
When not on the golf course, you could find Bert and Ann Leah, his loving wife of 51 years, at the race track or at a U of L game.
Bert was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather and was involved in commercial real estate his whole life, putting together deals for apartments, office buildings and shopping centers.
His business lunches at The Terrace restaurant on top of the Kaden Tower were lengendary.
Bert, a native Louisvillian, attended the University of Louisville.
He was President of Kaden Companies, a commercial real estate development, investment and management company.
She touched the lives of many people with her smile and generosity, and maintained her trademark sense of humor all the way to the end.
He was a graduate of Male High School, attended the University of Louisville and was a retired Vice President of the Bank of Louisville.
She spent many years working alongside her husband as a bookkeeper for their company.He served as an Air Force Captain and combat veteran, completing 50 missions over Europe as a bombardier in World War II. Louis, MO; and daughter, Adelaide "Cissy" Lenobel (Dr. on Sunday, April 3, 2011, at The Temple, 5101 Brownsboro Road, with visitation beginning at p.m.He was also a Captain and Group Intelligence Officer during the Korean War. Robert) of Cincinnati, OH; and 4 grandsons: James and Andrew Schulman and Dr. Burial will follow in The Temple Cemetery, 2716 Preston Highway.She was energetic, full of life and a generous friend to all.She is survived by her loving father, Morris Kaplan; beloved children: Deborah (Buckner) Tomlin and David Mink; much loved sister, Dana Camodeca (Dr.