My deepest sympathy to All the Reischman Family. Bob will be deeply missed. I remember the good times growing up at Mission Beach. Then when
the children were born at Mission. Running into Bob sleeping in his VW while hunting the Entiat in a snow storm. Cutting firewood with him and Lee Carter on the Rez. When he used to give my dad a bad time fishing the Stilly when they lived across the river from each other.
You will be greatly missed Bob. My you rest in peace.
To Jim, Tim, Dave and Jane and the entire Reischman Family. Please accept our deepest sympathy and prayers in the death of your Dad. Though I have met all of you when you were little ones, it's been years since I have seen you. However my siblings and I knew and spent a lot of time with Bob, Kay, Nancy, Sue, Tom and Mary when we were young. We always loved to go visit our cousins in Everett. I am also sorry I could not attend the funeral for Bob. Please know that you are all in my prayers. All our love,
Jerry and Janice (Reischman) Ostrem.
Through the years of friendship, we have been blessed to know the Reischman family. Bob is at the center of many fond memories: numerous fishing and hunting excursions, cutting hay, his gardening projects, feeding Brutus and the assorted cats, helping others, and watching the light in his eyes and smile as he proudly talked about his kids. To Jim, Tim, Dave, Jane and their families, Judy and extended family - our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal - love leaves a memory no one can steal. Judy, stay strong and most of all, remember the laughter!
Rest in peace Brother. You were a welcome addition to the EFD. Thinking of you Beeb.
John & Pat Hart