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Billy Gene Reutz

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Billy( Billy) Gene Reutz passed away this past SaturdayNovember 10th at the age of 80 in Nashville Tennessee after complications from a post-op procedure following a fall. Billy leaves behind his beloved wife of 55 years, Judith Carlson Reutz, his 3 daughters, Laura(Mark Rubenstein),Diane(Ray Tierney)and Charlotte(Mike DiPietro) and 8 beautiful grandchildren.. Billy resided in the Philadelphia area for almost 17 years living in Huntingdon Valley. He retired in 1998 as lead sales manager of the linseed oil division in the Northeast Region for Cargill , an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. Billy was an avid golfer and runner and especially loved to dance to the "Mummers Strut" . Plans are to have memorial and celebration of Billy's life on 11/24/12 at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club where Billy and his family have been life long members .In lieu of flowers please make all donations in the name of Billy Reutz to the Andrews' Trust ,which benefits those afflicted with Huntington's Disease. WWW.andrewstrust.com Billy( Billy) Gene Reutz passed away this past Saturday in Nashville Tennessee after complications from a post-op procedure following a fall. Billy leaves behind his beloved wife of 55 years, Judith Carlson Reutz, his 3 daughters, Laura(Mark Rubenstein),Diane(Ray Tierney)and Charlotte(Mike DiPietro) and 8 beautiful grandchildren.. Billy resided in the Philadelphia area for almost 17 years living in Huntingdon Valley. He retired in 1998 as lead sales manager of the linseed oil division in the Northeast Region for Cargill , an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. Billy was an avid golfer and runner and especially loved to dance to the "Mummers Strut" . Plans are to have memorial and celebration of Billy's life on 11/24/12 at the Huntingdon Valley Country Club where Billy and his family have been life long members .In lieu of flowers please make all donations in the name of Billy Reutz to the Andrews' Trust ,which benefits those afflicted with Huntington's Disease. WWW.andrewstrust.com

Published in Montgomery Newspapers on Nov. 17, 2012
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