Steiner, Claude Michel

January 9, 2017

Claude Michel Steiner - age: 82
(January 06, 1935 to January 09, 2017 )
Resident of Ukiah, California

Claude Michel Steiner PhD, Clinical Psychologist, was born a Jew in Paris France, January 6th 1935. He died, on January 9 th 2017, in comfort and with dignity, on the shore of Pennyroyal Lake on his Round Mountain Ranch in Ukiah California, surrounded by family and nature’s beauty. For over a decade he struggled with the subtle and brutally relentless disability from Parkinson’s disease. His final words before peacefully dying were “Love is the Answer” and “I’m so lucky”. He is the author of the Warm Fuzzy Tale and Achieving Emotional Literacy among numerous other books. These two books embody his theories of emotional intelligence, about which he lectured and gave workshops around the world. He is survived by his children, Noemi Mimi Doohan, Eric Steiner and Denali Nicholson Lumma; his wife Jude Steiner Hall; his grandchildren Matthew Doohan, Bella Doohan, Alex Steiner, Mariel Steiner, Adric Lumma and Dylan Lumma; his siblings Miguel Steiner and Kati Quibell; and his nieces Allyson Quibell Wilinsky, Valeska Steiner, Cecilia Steiner and nephew Julian Quibell. His ashes will be buried in a private ceremony at Pennyroyal Lake. To be in touch with his family please email Noemi Mimi Doohan MD PhD

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