Mom, Dad, Sheri and Scott I am so sorry. I just got your letter mom and called Scott right away.
During our year in 1975 Steve left for the military I think right after I arrived from germany. Still he made me feel so welcome to be part of your family.
I am truly sad, I am so sorry mom and yes I will hug my kids much more often.
Dear Rehn Family,
Jurgen and I were so sorry to hear of your loss. I graduated from Wisconsin Lutheran in Steve’s class, Class of ’72. I remember Steve as being a very nice guy, kind of quiet, with a nice smile – he was very proud of his car! I did not make the connection with Scott/Jurgen until just today. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers, and our hearts go out to you.
With deepest sympathy,
Jurgen & Sandy Reinhold
I worked with Steve for many years at GE CT as a fellow bay technician. I am very sorry to hear about this.
Please accept my condolences. I will keep your family in my prayers.
I was shocked when Dad called me Monday night to tell me that Steve had died that morning.
Although I haven’t seen Steve in years, he’s part of the family, and it’s hard to hear that someone has died, especially at a relatively young age. It’s a reminder of our own mortality and how we should live our lives to the fullest so that we never have regrets about things we didn’t or did say or do with our family and friends.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the family today as Steve is laid to rest. I’m sorry that I couldn’t be there with all of you as you share both your happy memories of Steve and your grief at his unexpected passing.