Geraldine M. Reimer

Resided in Osier, MI
Died January 19, 2013

Beach Park, IL
Geraldine M. Reimer, 89, formerly of Osier, MI, and currently residing with her daughter & son-in-law in Beach Park, IL, passed away at home in Beach Park early the morning of January 19, 2013.

Geraldine was born May 7, 1923, at St. Francis Hospital in Escanaba to the late Albert & Florence (Chenail) Juneau. She was raised in Osier and graduated from Rock High School in 1943.

In 1945 she married Warren Reimer and from their union a daughter, Cheryl, was born. Geraldine lived most of her life in Osier next door to the home where she was raised. They lived in the Ishpeming area from 1952 until 1958 before returning to Osier to be closer to her aging parents. She moved to Beach Park in 2009, where she resided until her final journey Home.

She was a member of St. Rita

6 Tributes for “Geraldine M. Reimer

    I am so sorry to hear about Geraldines passing. I really enjoyed her visits to the dances in Trenary and to my mom and dads house. She always had a smile and kind word for everyone she met. She will be missed.

    Geraldine was a sweet and spunky lady, she will be missed by many people. She always had a smile on her face and a good story to tell. We used to work on her car when she was living in the Osier area, and she always amazed me with her memory. She would ask me about my daughters (she never met them, but even remembered their ages). She was amazing 🙂

    My condolances to the family. Geraldine was known and loved by everyone the the Osier and Trenary area. We will miss her greatly.

    I’m sorry to hear about Geraldine. I always enjoyed visiting with her at my parent’s house. We will miss her. Your family will be in my prayers.

    In Loving Memory of my incredibly special Grandma. I love you. XOXO=T
    She always leaned to watch for us
    Anxious if we were late
    In winter by the window
    In summer by the gate
    And though we mocked her tenderly
    for such foolish care
    The long way home seemed more safe
    Because she waited there
    Her thoughts were always so full of us
    She never could forget
    And so I think that where she is
    She must be watching yet
    Waiting til we come home to her
    Anxious if we are late
    Watching from Heavens window
    Leaning from Heavens gate

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