Reindl, Ann

September 28, 1925 – February 18, 2024

After spending 98 years on this earthly plane of existence, it is with our sadness and her joy that Ann Reindl has gone to the heavenly plane to meet her Heavenly Father and be greeted by her departed family – husband, Paul, sons, Terry and Tom and many sisters, brothers, sisters and brothers-in-law and other family and friends.
During her time here, Ann and Paul courageously raised 9 children. Ann enjoyed her community and was active in her Catholic church. She served the CWL, helped organize the World Day of Prayer and volunteered countless hours at the church. She travelled to many places, but her favourite was home with her family.
Along with raising her children, Ann got involved in her community and was a volunteer for Fair Days. She loved to garden – flowers and vegetables – and won many ribbons for her entries in the local fair. Ann also enjoyed photography, sewing, quilting, embroidery, stamp collecting, reading, music, painting and liked to increase her knowledge by taking continuing education classes, learning about many things. Ann’s phenomenal mind and memory were sharp even up to the last. Whenever her family needed a date or time when something happened, she always knew.  Ann’s legacy of faith, resiliency, creativity, self-sufficiency, and resourcefulness have been the many gifts she taught her family.
Left to miss her are her children: Dennis (Debbie), Mary Ann (Brian), Jeanne (Wayne), Susan (Doug), Dorothy (Dave), Frank (Sheila) and Rose. Ann also has 20 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren,  as well as 3 surviving brothers – Michael (Nancy), Dan (Joanne), Leo(Ellen),  sisters- in-law – Janice, Marge, Mary and Phyllis, and many, many nieces and nephews who will greatly miss her.
Rest in peace, Mom. We will forever hold you in our hearts.
Ann’s family would like to thank her amazing Catholic church family, her supportive “family” at the Cottonwood, the kind Home Healthcare team, and the wonderful folks at Foothills Country Hospice who lovingly helped Mom through her final days.
Donations can be made to the Foothills Country Hospice, Christ the King Catholic Church or charity of your choice.
A Funeral Mass will be Celebrated on Saturday February 24, 2024 at Christ The King Catholic Church – 344 50th Avenue W, at 11:00 A.M.

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