Ruth Ragland Reineck
July 17, 1918 - December 2, 2010
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REINECK, RUTH RAGLAND Ruth Ragland Reineck, age 92, passed away on Thursday, December 2, 2010. Ruth was born on July 17, 1918, in Atlanta, Georgia, to the late Chester and Bess (Fox) Ragland. She graduated from Lawrence University in 1940 with a B.A. from the Conservatory of Music. Ruth married Edward A. Reineck on July…

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Elizabeth Augustyn left a message on January 20, 2011:
I just wanted to extend my sympathies to your family on the loss of Ruth. She was a very special and kind person. When I saw the notice in the paper I had a flood of good memories thinking of Ed. He was one of my first friends in Antigo when Jim and I were first married. He was so kind and generous to us starting with my piano. We own Auguustyn Springs and I think he made it there with his grandchildren fishing once or twice. He was wonderful to us and watched my children grow and followed their progress musically. Both my daughters went to Lawrence and studied music. His enthusiasm was great and I was always happy to see him. He sometimes would stop by "just to check the piano" and we had such good visits. I miss him still. Such wonderful people to know. They both enriched our lives! Sorry it took me so long to write but I've had health issues since November. I just had to let you know how much your parents/grandparents meant to my family. Sincerely, Liz Augustyn
Bobbi & Rick Carlin left a message on December 6, 2010:
We hold many happy memories of times with Ruth and Ed from shrimp feasts in Chicago to Duck Lake events. Our love and sympathy to you all.
peter r sward left a message on December 6, 2010:
hi all, ruth as well as ed were fun great people. i have MANY great memories of both. i always got a kick out of people (who didn't kno him) who see ed drive by and wonder what he was "mad at" from look on his face! from ruth's garden, her tips on how to help me with my roses, ed's advise on why MY blueberry bushes weren't produceing, cocktail parties at their house, cross country skiing, yes, MANY fun memories! enjoy all of yours, pete sward
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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