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(1879 - October 22, 1961)
The Lusk Herald
October 26, 1961
Mrs. Reinecke Dies In Oregon
Mrs. Pearl Reinecke, 82, a resident of Lusk for 60 years, died in a rest home in Woodburn, Ore. early Sunday morning. Mrs. Reinecke had gone to Oregon in July 1960 to be near her children. About a year ago she suffered a stroke and had been placed in the nursing home in August. Funeral services were held in Woodburn.
Mrs. Reinecke came to Lusk in 1900 and a few years later married Frank Reinecke. He died in 1934. She is survived by six children, Mrs. Dan McCarthy and Valdy Reinecke of Woodburn, Mrs. Elmer Griffith of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Jennie Scarborough of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Alice Vaudrey of Hawaii, and Daniel Reinecke of Tucson, Ariz.
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