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Eldon H. Reiman
03/03/1922 — 04/24/2007
From Kennewick, WA, US | Born in Wenatchee, WA
Eldon H. Reiman
In loving memory of Eldon Reiman 1922 ~ 2007
Eldon H. Reiman passed away on April 24th in his beloved home.
He was a beloved father to his sons Richard E. Reiman and wife Edda, Dale E. Reiman and wife Pam, daughter Joanne Schafer and husband Michael. Eldon is also survived by his four grandchildren, Steve, Lindsay, Breeann, and Kylee.
Eldon was born in 1922 in Wenatchee and raised in Dryden, WA. He moved in 1956 to Bellevue, WA until 1999 and then to Kennewick, WA.
Eldon was fond of antique cars and was a member of the Ye Old Car Club. He loved fishing and the beautiful outdoors.
Eldon’s dog Katie and cat Mickey will miss him dearly. His family, friends, and faith were his passion. We will carry his smile in our hearts forever.
In celebration of Eldon’s life, there will be a memorial service held at the Calvary Chapel on Saturday, April 28th at 3:00PM with a reception and food after the ceremonies.
I am so sorry to lose another of our “family” and I was so pleased to meet Eldon when we had our Reiman/Reimann family reunion in 2000. My thoughts are with you.
Opal Reimann White
I was priveleged to work with Eldon at Brooks-McKnight Chev. He was the our “Mr. Goodwrench.” Always a gentleman and a pleasant co-worker. Sorry for the loss.
I was sadden to see Eldon’s passing in the Seattle P-I, 5-9-07. I have been blessed to have known Eldon. I started working at Brooks-McKnight chev in Sept. 1974. Eldon helped this young rookie kid learn many things, that have been used throughout the last 30 plus years. Many times I have shared stories that have included Eldon and his great memory. My prayers are with you all, his family, as I’m sure your love for such a wondereful man was not in vain, nor taken granted of. As a friend I have already missed him. I hope that he enjoyed a fabulous retirement. MAY GOD BE WITH AND KEEP YOU ALL. Eldon’s friend Jim Alderson
Sincere condolances to Eldon’s family. Just yesterday,while at my sons,Ilooked at the picture of the old Metke Ford group,all in their white coveralls.Days long gone! Eldon was not only a friend of John’s,but a faithful employee of Moody’s Automotive. A caring man of faith,he helped contributed to its success. Pat Moody, widow of John Moody