JOHN-RIEGELSBERGER-Obituary

JOHN RIEGELSBERGER

Avon, Ohio

1936 - 2019

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82 , beloved husband of 60 years to Susan (nee Stein), loving father of David (Barbara dec'd)), Lorrie (Paul) Mullin, Joan (Dickie) Hess and Kurt (Beth), dearest grandfather of 5, great-grandfather of 3, dear friend to many. Former owner of the Rustic Restaurant in Rocky River. Entered into rest...

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Lorrie, Joan & Kurt,

Jack always made us feel very special when we dined at Rustic. He was a very special man who we enjoyed seeing and talking to very much. May he rest in peace with God's Blessing.

Bonnie & Jim Semon
Jan. 10, 2019

Joan:

Deepest sympathies to all the Riegelsbergers. I wont be able to make the services, but know that you are in my thoughts that you find comfort knowing there is no more pain, but peace.

Our deepest condolences Kurt & Family in the loss of your father. May he rest in PEACE. Love from the Butler Family.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.


We were heartbroken to learn of Jack's passing.
Our most sincere condolences to Sue & the entire family. Jack was a wonderful man, good friend & all around great person. He will surely be missed by all.
Bob & Laurel Vigg

Dear Susie and family. I am so sorry to hear this sad news of Jack's passing. I will forever remember his kind heart and friendship.....May he rest in Peace. I can hear him and Albert arguing about some petty subject already...Hugs and love to you all.....

Dear Sue and Family,
We have lost our dear friend, Jack. May God lift you up and surround you in healing love. Every loss of a loved one is also a celebration. For the pain of saying goodbye also comes the realization that Jesus has greeted your loved one with "welcome home". Take comfort in knowing that Jack is at peace and no longer in pain. May the memories that mean the most to you live forever in your hearts, may family and friends support you and may peace find it's way...