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Donald C. Reichenbach

Died: Saturday, March 29, 2003
Age: 78
Donald C. Reichenbach, 78, Twin Lakes, died Saturday, March 29, 2003, at the Kenosha Care Center, Kenosha.

He was born March 15, 1925, in Chicago, the son of William and Marie Eiter Reichenbach.

On Nov. 14, 1964, in St. John's Catholic Church, Twin Lakes, he married Margaret Shields.

He lived in Silver Lake before moving to Twin Lakes 39 years ago. He served as seaman second class in the U.S. Navy from June 21, 1943, until discharge Jan. 22, 1946. He served in the Pacific Theater.

He worked as a clerk for the Burlington Northern railroad in Chicago for 37 years, retiring in 1987. He was a member of St. John's Catholic Church, Twin Lakes, the George A. Nuedling Council 6554 of the Knights of Columbus, the Mother Seton 4th Degree Knights of Columbus, the Twin Lakes American Legion Post 544 and the Veterans of Foreign Wars Brandes Post 8375, Silver Lake. He enjoyed fishing.

He is survived by his wife; three stepchildren, Thomas Chlebos, Racine, Daniel Chlebos, Monroe, Mich., and Diane Ross, Kansasville; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by three sisters, Pauline Jaworski, Dorothy Puig and Leona Benes.

Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 1, at St. John's Catholic Church, Twin Lakes, with the Rev. Michael Erwin officiating. Interment with military honors was in St. John's Cemetery. The family received friends Monday at the Haase-Derrick-Lockwood Funeral Home, Twin Lakes. The family suggested memorials to the Twin Lakes Rescue Squad, Post Office Box 964, Twin Lakes, 53181.

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