He is also a 1955 graduate of Bayless Business College which was in Dubuque, IA.
On July 23, 1946, he was united in marriage to Ardrith A. He was employed with the Illinois Central Railroad for 42 years as a telegrapher and Agent Yardmaster.
Fred was an Army Veteran, serving in the Korean Was from 1951 to 1953 as a Radio Operator for the Peace Convey using international code and was present at The Peace Treaty and exchange of prisoners at Panmunjom in July of 1953.
Fred enjoyed cutting firewood, working on the apartments and square dancing. Peter Lutheran Church, the American Legion John White Post #650, the Highview Cemetery Association and the Epworth Historical Society.
Thomas Sinsky, Medical Associates and family and friends for the good care Fred received. Francis Joseph "Frank" Reinert, 84, of Dubuque died Friday, May 04, 2018 at Stonehill Care Center. Thursday at the Church of the Resurrection where visitation will be held Wednesday from 3 to 8 pm with a parish wake service at p.m. Calvary Mausoleum where military rites will be accorded.
Francis was born January 27, 1934 to Anselm and Henrietta (Deppe) Reinert of Petersburg, Iowa.
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A special "Thank You" to Cozy Corner, Hillcrest Luther Manor, Hospice of Dubuque, Dr.
The couple was married for two years but have apparently been separated for some time. She was also cut out of Kordell's real estate, NFL retirement money and cash assets.
Kordell was allowed to keep his two houses, a Mercedes, a Porshe and all of his business interests/investments. All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm.
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