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George Reamer

August 23, 2019

George L Reamer, age 83, of Norwalk, passed away Friday evening, August 23, 2019 at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. George believed in eternal life through Jesus Christ his savior.

He was born September 10, 1935 in Butler, PA to the late George W. and Anna (Wise) Reamer and was a graduate of Norwalk High School. He retired after 40 years at Kroger’s Grocery and over 30 years as a motor route carrier with his wife, Anita, with the Norwalk reflector. He attended the Milan Friends Church and Calvary Baptist Church. He enjoyed tinkering on cars, Honda’s were his favorite and metal detecting.

He is survived by his children, Melanie (Mike) Volk of Clyde, Cheri (Bob) McGinn of Uvalde, TX and Barry (Pat) Reamer of Bellevue; grandchildren, Chad Volk, Zac (Shelby) Volk, Gretchen (Brian Warner) Volk, Brett McGinn, Gabrielle Reamer, Maggie Perez, Alexis (Mike) Risner, Joel (Sadie) Reamer, Bill Montgomery, Jon (Melissa) Montgomery, Melinda Baliski and Melanie (Joel) Woodbury; and 25 great-grandchildren; siblings, Grace West, Linda Ferguson, Willard (Jan) Reamer, Samuel (Maryanne) Reamer, Susie (Ardt) Hesterman and Janet Hetrick; in-laws, Donna Eldridge and Sharon Pugh; nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Anita B. Reamer in 1992.

Friends may call on Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 11:00 A.M. until time of service at 1:00 P.M. at the Evans Funeral Home, 314 E. Main Street, Norwalk with Rev. James McClain officiating. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Fort Worth, TX 76192 or online https://giving.kcm.org/

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George L Reamer, age 83, of Norwalk, passed away Friday evening, August 23, 2019 at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. George believed in eternal life through Jesus Christ his savior.

He was born September 10, 1935 in Butler, PA to the late George W. and Anna (Wise) Reamer and was a graduate of Norwalk High School. He retired after 40 years at Kroger’s Grocery and over 30 years as a motor route carrier with his wife, Anita, with the Norwalk reflector. He attended the Milan Friends Church and Calvary Baptist Church. He enjoyed tinkering on cars, Honda’s were his favorite and metal detecting.

He is survived by his children, Melanie (Mike) Volk of Clyde, Cheri (Bob) McGinn of Uvalde, TX and Barry (Pat) Reamer of Bellevue; grandchildren, Chad Volk, Zac (Shelby) Volk, Gretchen (Brian Warner) Volk, Brett McGinn, Gabrielle Reamer, Maggie Perez, Alexis (Mike) Risner, Joel (Sadie) Reamer, Bill Montgomery, Jon (Melissa) Montgomery, Melinda Baliski and Melanie (Joel) Woodbury; and 25 great-grandchildren; siblings, Grace West, Linda Ferguson, Willard (Jan) Reamer, Samuel (Maryanne) Reamer, Susie (Ardt) Hesterman and Janet Hetrick; in-laws, Donna Eldridge and Sharon Pugh; nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Anita B. Reamer in 1992.

Friends may call on Thursday, August 29, 2019 from 11:00 A.M. until time of service at 1:00 P.M. at the Evans Funeral Home, 314 E. Main Street, Norwalk with Rev. James McClain officiating. Burial will follow at Woodlawn Cemetery.

Memorial contributions may be sent to Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Fort Worth, TX 76192 or online https://giving.kcm.org/

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Michael C Osborn

Norwalk, OH, United States
August 29, 2019

I worked with George at Kroger when he ran the produce department. George and Anita had 2 Honda 90 motorcycles. Another friend and I rented them for a day and took our girlfriends all over Huron and Erie counties. I remember when George was in a head on collision, going to a Kroger meeting and right after he got out of the hospital an insurance man was trying to get him to sign a settlement. Anita was upset and called me. I went out to the house and told him, in no uncertain terms, to leave. George taught me a lot when I worked with him. I will always be thankful he was a part of my life. I pray he is with Anita now . I would have come to visiting hours, but will be out of town.