Grace M. Reichardt
May 26, 1922 ~ September 29, 2007
GREECE: Saturday, September 29, 2007. Predeceased by her husband, Gordon M. Reichardt. Survived by her children, Rosemary (Doug) Stark, Pauline (John) Kuehl of Sioux City,IA, Roberta Reichardt; Margaret (James) Hoefer of Wilmington, DE, John Reichardt, Joan (Randall) Oliver of Los Alamitos, CA; Susan Smith of Knoxville, TN, Catherine (Joseph) Sawyer of New Brockton, AL, Mark (Lynn) Reichardt, Bernadette Taylor, Eric Reichardt of S. Sioux, NE; brother, Dr. John P. (Mary Kay) Tiedeman; sister-in-law, Dorothy Reichardt; special friend, MaeAnn McIndoe; grandchildren, Gordon (Stephanie) Stark, David (Carrie) Kuehl, Adam & Katie Kuehl; Jenny (Mark) Beckwith, Brian (Lynn) Oliver, Lisa Oliver, Gregory & Alex Smith, Joseph, John & Anna Beth Sawyer, Erica (Jason) Diaz; Joshua & Julia Reichardt, Janice Wardle; great-grandchildren, Winnie & Maxwell Kuehl, Tyler & Thomas Wardle, Macormic Stark; several nieces and nephews; many friends at Timothy Patrick's. Friends may call Sunday 4-7 PM, Monday 4-7 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday 10:00 at St. Lawrence Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Breast Cancer Foundation in her memory.
As a friend of John’s, I met Grace and she truly lived up to her name of Grace. She also had a great sense of humor, faith and raised many fine children. I know she will be deeply missed
Bobbie, I just learned today of your Mom,s passing. My thoughts are wilth you and your entire family.
My Mom always told me: ‘When you think of me, remember the happy times.’
God gave us memories, so we would have roses in December.
Fondly, Janet La Pietra
Joan, Sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I have fond memories of our week-end sleep overs and grammer school years. Will keep the family in prayer.
Our deepest Sympathy to the Reichardt Family. May god be with you all.
TO ALL THE REICHARDT’S……I WAS SADDENED TO READ THE BAD NEWS..YOUR MOM WAS ALWAYS VERY KIND AND UNDERSTANDING. I ALWAYS FELT WELCOME IN YOUR HOME. I HAVE SOME VERY PLEASANT MEMORIES OF THOSE DAYS…SHE IS IN A BETTER PLACE NOW AND WILL BE WITH ALL OF YOU ALL THE TIME. I WILL KEEP THE FAMILY IN MY PRAYERS AND IN MY HEART. GOD BLESS