Henry Conrad Reinhard, age 73, passed away on the morning of March 11, 2013; survived by the love of his life, Judy and his three children Heidi, Clark, and Lance. He was born on December 2nd, 1939 to Henry and Janet Reinhard (both deceased) and grew up with two sisters; Joy and Janet and 3 brothers; Rande, Tim, and Bob who have all also survived him.
Henry was a hard-working, family oriented man who was known for his selflessness and deep desire to help others. He spent his childhood in Cleveland, Ohio where his strong work ethic flourished at a young age. Kent state was the next road stop and it was here that he earned his degree in Business Administration and Accounting. His love for this profession allowed him to both enjoy his work and provide a wonderful life for his family.
Caring, giving, selfless, humble, hard-working, silly, challenging, loving. There are so many words that can describe this wonderful man. Whether it was the two years he spent in the Peace Corps or the many years he dedicated to Big Brother and The United Way, he has touched so many lives through his volunteering and random acts of kindness. He has shown us all how important family and fun are, while also stressing the importance of hard work and self-motivation. Whether he was telling you that "you can do better" or he was spoiling you with everything you could ever want he certainly always seemed to know how to handle any situation.
Your love and kindness will never be forgotten and your words of wisdom will always be cherished. Thank you for being the best son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, and friend that anyone could ask for. We will miss you, but we know that you are in a better place. We all send you our thanks and love and can't wait to reunite with you again someday!
We appreciate donations in Henry's honor be made to Covenant Hospice at West Florida Hospital, 8383 North Davis Highway 3 North, Pensacola, Florida 32514.
National Cremation & Burial Society of Milton has been entrusted with the arrangements.
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