Dale George Reiner
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April 10, 2020 Dale George Reiner, 77, passed away peacefully on April 10, 2020 at Novelty Hill Adult Family Home with his wife, Charlene by his side. Dale married Charlene (Hartzell) in 1965 and they have spent most of the last 54 years living in Monroe where they grew up together. Their love story is one for the ages; boy and girl live across the street from one another, boy ignores girl, girl loves boy, girl goes to college and boy to Marines and then he finally realizes she is the one for him. They were blessed with two wonderful children, Jennifer Reiner (David Rios) and Jason Reiner (Melissa); along with three grandsons, Dylan and Connor (Jason) and Corey (Jennifer). Dale had many vocations and interests and supported numerous community causes, here are just a few notable ones: he was a logger, contractor, farmer, Monroe Historical Society member and advocate to obtain the museum location, he participated annually in Focus on Farming, he was part of the inception of the Qualco Bio Digester and longtime board member, Cattleman's Association member and president, Farm Bureau member and president, farming advocate, visionary, and most importantly a husband, father and Papa. His logging and contracting days were spent with his father (Jake); sister, (Jaci) and brother, (Alan); all who have preceded him in death. His later construction and farming days included his own wife and children to help him. He was a great teacher and mentor to those who worked for and with him on any of his many, many projects, causes and visions. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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Published in The Herald (Everett) on Apr. 24, 2020.
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Sherrie Boston
April 25, 2020
Dale was such a part of Monroe. We always enjoyed talking with him at various events. Our deepest condolences to you all. May the memories help you through this sad time.
Sandy Klein
April 25, 2020
Our hearts and prayers are with you all.
April 25, 2020
We enjoyed our time with Dale watching lacrosse games and going to Washington Stealth games.
Lara Thomas
April 24, 2020
Dale moved mountains! He was also very kind, he put my husband to work during some tough times for our family. He was always cheerful to be around and handsome too! He will be so greatly missed. ❤
Lona Beavers
April 24, 2020
Dear Jenny,
I just saw your Dad's obituary in the Herald, and I am so sorry to hear this sad news. I know you are a very close family. Please accept my deepest sympathy and extend my condolences to your Mom and brother. I am keeping you all in my thoughts during this difficult time.
Sincerely, Joanne Fredrick
Joanne Fredrick
April 24, 2020
I am so sad I won't get to hear that story about my mom, Uncle Dale, and the frozen roast again. It was one of my favorites! He will be missed so very much.
Kelly Hixon
April 24, 2020
Dale and I worked together on the Snohomish River Salmon Recovery committee advocating for Agriculture. Dale had a style all his own and seldom missed a opportunity tp challenge ideas that were damaging to working lands. God Bless him.
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