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Reed, Donna - Loveland  
Donna Reed died March 17th, 2016. She was born September 5th, 1923 in Saint Anthony, Idaho to Lester L. Wetherbee and B. Fern Wetherbee, the third of five children. She married Joseph A. Reed in Casper, Wyoming June 17th, 1950. They lived in Billings, Montana for 37 years. She was active as a volunteer in her church, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, 4H, the schools, and several organizations helping the blind and visually impaired school children. After Joe's retirement they traveled the U.S. in their RV, seeing most of the lower 48 states. They also made a trip to Alaska over the Alaska Highway, and later, trips to Hawaii and Europe. They settled in Loveland in 1991, and became members of Trinity Lutheran Church where Donna was a willing volunteer. Cremation has been conducted. A memorial service will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 3300 North Duffield on June 11th at 11am. A luncheon will be served following the service, with internment at Loveland Burial Park Columbarium later. The family requests that in lieu of flowers memorials be made if desired, to: Trinity Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or to Ensight Skills Center 3307 South College Avenue #108 Fort Collins, Colorado 80525.
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Published in Loveland Reporter-Herald on May 22, 2016
Reinsch, Clyde - Loveland  
Clyde K. Reinsch passed away quietly at home, after using up all his nine lives and living a charmed and lucky life. He was 92 and enjoyed every one of his years. He was born on February 20, 1924 in Bienville Parish, Louisiana. The family moved to Natchitoches where he was surrounded and supervised by an extended family. He loved growing up in a small town where he could roam freely and explore with his friends. He developed a reputation as a jokester, prankster, and teaser, which frequently got him into trouble, but whose punishment he always seemed to escape. Clyde had several close calls with serious injuries, but always healed himself with iodine and band aids. He enjoyed being an altar boy at the Catholic Church as well as a soda jerk at the local drug store. After high school and while attending Northwestern College in Natchitoches, two events significantly changed the direction of his life. He met and married Norma Holcombe, who was the love of his life, and joined the Army Air Corps to serve in Europe during WWII. He always held veterans in high esteem and served proudly. Upon returning stateside he began a career selling autos and managing the financial department of a new car dealership. He quickly grew tired of the business life and changed careers to become a Deputy Sheriff in Caddo Parish, Louisiana. He enjoyed law enforcement and received numerous awards as a criminal investigator. He retired in 1983 to move to the mountains of Colorado which he dearly loved and to explore all its beauty with Norma. He had a remarkable memory, which was crystal clear. He was able to recall names of friends, fellow servicemen, priests he served under, criminals he arrested and why, cars he owned, pranks he played and what happened and where with a precision that amazed family and friends. Storytelling, drawing, photography, picnics in the mountains, and, later, the Internet were hobbies he mastered and enjoyed. He was always willing to try one more practical joke, and if he could pull your leg, he would. Clyde was a man of integrity and honor. He loved his family, friends, and country. Clyde was preceded in death by his wife, Norma. He is survived by his daughter, Pam Turnage and husband, John, by two grandchildren, Lauren Turnage and husband, Dustin Shroyer, and Jason Turnage, and two great-grandchildren, Bodhi and Evia Shroyer. Services for Clyde will be held Friday, May 20, with a mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church and a celebration of his life memorial service at 2:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Baptist Church or to St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in care of Kibbey Fishburn Funeral Home.
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Published in Loveland Reporter-Herald on May 18, 2016
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