Dr. Naor U. Stoehr

May 28, 1933March 15, 2019


On March 15, 2019 of Ashton. Beloved husband of Janet Stoehr; loving father of six children; cherished grandfather of 13. Adored great-grandfather of three; and beloved brother of three sisters. Also survived by many other relatives and numerous friends. Friends may call at the Hines-Rinaldi Funeral Home, 11800 New Hampshire Ave, Silver Spring, MD 20904 on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Interment is private.


  • Janet Stoehr, Wife
  • Waldemar Wolfgang Stoehr, Father (deceased)
  • Neida Klein, Mother (deceased)
  • Naor also leaves behind his six loving children; thirteen cherished grandchildren, three adoring great grandchildren; three beloved sisters. Along with many other relatives and numerous friends.


  • Visitation

    Saturday, March 23, 2019


Dr. Naor U. Stoehr

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Deborah Darrin

March 15, 2021

Remembering dear Dad today. I love you. Thank you for being my Dad through the rough and calm waters of life. Your life is larger than your body and I am aware of you daily. When I sense into my heart space, when I look at my eyebrows in the mirror each morning, when I see a bird flitting through the air or butterflies fluttering onto a flower petal. I sense you in the breath of the universe absorbed by the loving spirit of all life and creation. Rest in peace...until we meet again. I love you.

Lucillee Fields

March 15, 2021

Still remembering you as a great Dr and friend.Rest in peace that great getting up morning is getting closer.Maranatha!!!

Vivian Lucille Fields

September 4, 2019

I am just now hearing of Dr Stoehr death.i am sadden . He was not only my Dr but a friend. I first met him when he was internship at Walter Reed hospital. After army days he started his own practice and he was my GYN dr till retirement. He also delivered my two grandchildren.
He was a great man and wonderful Dr. Even when I visited WAH for other reasons and seen him and he had time he would talk to me. He considered me one his first patients
I remember one day in his office he said to his nurse and I “ when I pass away I’ll be just be like other people lying there. And she said we’ll put on your tombstone how many babies you delivered “
My condolences to the family. I know he will be greatly missed by many.
Won’t it be wonderful in heaven for him to be surrounded by all the babies he helped bring into this world.” Then came the morning”
Darla guess I knew you the most going to school with my daughter. I’m so sorry loosing your dad he was greatly loved and respected.

Donna Drake

May 2, 2019

My condolences to the Stoehr family. This was a great man and physician. I am a patient with two children both delivered by Dr. Stoehr with the oldest being 33 years old now. That is how long he has been a part of my life. He gave exceptional care, showed empathy and compassion and had a great bedside manner. I have many memories of my interaction with him through both pregnancies and thank God that he was in charge of my care. I remember Janet running the office like a well oiled machine and got a periodic treat when the children may have been in the office. Later, I'd eventually see grandchildren which brought such joy to Janet and Dr. Stoehr. Great memories for a great man and his family. May God continue to bless you all. you had a special angel in your lives...and so did I!

Bonnie Beasley

April 26, 2019

I had the privilege of working with Naor for 20 years When my family and I moved away we remained friends Naor was so generous and kind to me and my family. I will always think he is the smartest person I ever met. I will remember his smile,his gentlemanly manor and that wonderful laugh.

Deborah Darrin

April 17, 2019

Dear Dad, Thinking of you especially this week as it has been one month since your passing on. 🙏 I love you and am grateful you were my Dad on this earth. You are cherished and loved forever. You shared much love, joy, laughter and wisdom with so many in your life. Love and rememberance to you from your first born and first birth you ever witnessed, Your loving daughter Debbie. 💙