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January 12, 2023 - October 26, 2013

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Ruth Reiman, 90, of West Point died Saturday October 26, 2013 at West Point Living Center. Funeral Mass will be 10:30am Wednesday at St. Mary’s Catholic Church with Reverend Frank Lordemann as celebrant. Burial will be at St. Michael’s Cemetery. Visitation will be Noon until 8:00pm Tuesday, Guild Rosary will be 1:30pm Tuesday, and Wake services with American Legion Auxiliary rites will be 7:00pm Tuesday, all at Stokely Funeral Home. Memorials may be made St. Michael’s Cemetery. Ruth was born January 12, 1923 at West Point to Frederick “Fred” and Catherine (Meiergerd) Lueckenhoff and was a graduate of Guardian Angels Catholic School. On August 10, 1957, Ruth married Ferdinand “Fritz” Reiman at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in West Point. The couple made West Point their home. Ruth was employed by the Rural Electric Association/Cuming County Power District for over 40 years. Ruth was a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church and guild, and American Legion Auxiliary. She enjoyed bowling, traveling, crocheting, knitting, and crafts. Ruth will be remembered for her contribution to the 2013 St. Michael’s Cemetery renovation. Survivors include her sister Agnes “Mutz” Schlecht of West Point; brother Jim (Joan) Lueckenhoff of West Point; sister-in-law Rose Lueckenhoff of West Point; brothers-in-law Norman Tomka of Dodge and Frank Duker of Kenesaw; several nieces and nephews. Ruth was preceded in death by her husband Fritz December 5, 2006; parents; sisters Louise Gralheer, Joan Knobbe, Rose Tomka, and Karen Duker; brother Fred Lueckenhoff, Jr.; brothers-in-law Jerome “Bud” Schlecht, Maurice Gralheer, and Joe Knobbe; and four nephews. Stokely Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.