Joceil A. Rein

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Joceil A.
Rein

Rein, Joceil A.
(nee Krempel) Passed away Wednesday, March 12, 2014 age 95 years. Preceded in death by her beloved husband Edward Rein, her son Edward, a grandson, sister Georgette and brother-in-law Joseph E. Voyer. Surviving is her daughter-in law Jean Rein. Granchildren Damon Rein, Deseree Ingman as well as other grandchildren. Nephew David (Karen) Freimuth, friends Clare Scheuerell & Patrick Welsh other relatives and friends. Inurnment Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
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Mary Raduenz

I wish to send my sincere condolences to the family of Joceil Rein. She was my mother’s brother’s wife. As a child, I would be fortunate to get high heels she no longer wore. She had such tiny feet that they actually fit me. As I grew older, I would get to she her at luncheons where she would tell me about her latest published book. I was impressed by her obvious talent and her adventurous nature. She was quite a lady and she will be missed. The last few years I heard about how she was doing from my dad who helped her with taxes and bills and finances. He visited her regularly and made sure she had everything she needed. I’m sure the family knew how much he helped out. Dad passed away shortly after Christmas and we miss him so much. Joceil will be in our prayers and in our memories. Love to her family. Sincerely, Mary (Voyer) Raduenz

Mrs J Voyer Sr.

I was so sorry to hear the passing of Joceil, she was a kind and gentle soul, even though I did not know her real well, She always treated me with open arms and was so loving towards Jeff and I. May she rest in peace with our Lord and his angels. Mrs.Jeffrey Voyer Sr.

Jeffrey E. Voyer Sr.

I was sorry to hear about the passing of my only Aunt . Joceil was a sweet lady, who was a true character with a dry sense of humor. My wife and I would stop to visit her; she was always happy to see us, and greeted us with a big smile. I will miss her but ; I must admit it would of been nice to get a chance to say goodbye at a visitation at the funeral home or at her church. I would of loved seeing her family, who are from out state. We would all be swapping stories about Joceil and Eddy. Aunt , I am glad you and Eddy are back together after all these years, God Bless you. Jeff and Linda Voyer

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