Ray Reiman, may you rest in peace thou good and faithful servant

Of all the wonderful individuals I have been privileged to meet in my career
as a writer, Ray Reiman was at the top of the list. His faithful dedication to
the Church, to friends, and his family were unparalleled and an inspiration to me.
One of the greatest days for me was the time we were actually able to meet and
share lunch together. Thankfully I still have the pictures to remember him. 
He battled cancer the same way he did everything else–with grace, faith and
the knowledge that the Lord’s plans for him were far greater than his own.

I am honored to have called him my friend, and Ray, I know you are soaring with the eagles!



Reiman, Raymond P. Born to Eternal Life on August 22, 2010, at the age 
of 86 years. Beloved husband of Geri (nee Motowski). Loving father of Kathy
(Michael) Paczak, Michael (Meredith) Reiman and Joseph Reiman. Dear
step-father of Sandra Dierberger (Pierre Cantin), Thomas (Mary Jane) 
Daniels, Mark (Kristin) Daniels and Patricia (Joseph) Busalacchi. Fond 
brother of Roy (Bobbi) Reiman and Vernon (Elayne) Reiman. 
Brother-in-law of Karen (Tom) Buehner. Further survived by 11 
grandchildren, one great – grandchild, nieces, nephews, 
other relatives and many friends. Mass of Christian Burial Thursday
11:30 AM at St. Alphonsus Church (6060 W. Loomis Road, Greendale). 
Visitation Wednesday 4-7 PM at the Max A. Sass & Sons Greenridge
Chapel, and thereafter Thursday 9:30-11:30 AM at the church.
Prayer service Wednesday 7 PM at the funeral home. Interment
St. Adalbert Cemetery. Ray was a graduate of Iowa State University, 
where he was very active in the Newman Club. He was an agricultural
journalist in Washington, D.C. for over 25 years. Ray was also the past
president of the Over 50 Club at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church
and a member of the Sacred Heart First Friday Club. (note corrected location)

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