When the Risheills first moved to Ft. Collins, they were our neighbors. Their kids,Marie and Curley became immediate friends of my brother Brad & I. We had MANY HAPPY FUN TIMES TOGETHER AS KIDS.
Marie & I went to a FCHS dance or two and Curley can tell many crazy stories of us boys and our bicycle adventures, fishing at City Park Lake and great times on the golf course.
Curley, Marie, Bill and Donnie, I am very sorry to see your terrific mom passed away, but it seems she led a wonderful and fulfilling life and lived to be 95....Wow, that is something....hope her last years were good ones. I think the last time I saw her was at My Dad's funeral years ago.
Curley...never forget "The Crown Kings" bicycle "gang".
My very best.....Bruce Frye
Carol Schultz posted a Condolence
| March 21, 2011
I enjoyed working with Lillian and her Extension Homemaker Club. Many memories. Carol J Schultz, CSU Larimer County Extension Family Agent, Emeritus
Rick Koentopp posted a Condolence
| March 18, 2011
Linda and I wanted to share our sympathies with the entire family. I always enjoyed the times we were working with Lillian on her (home) transactions. She was always very feisty but thought very highly of all her children as she would inform me what each was doing at a given time when I had the opportunity to visit with her. She looked great the last time I saw her as she had just had her hair done and was still concerned that she looked okay when I stopped at Rigden Farm Senior Living Center to get some paperwork complete. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Jan Reitnauer Herbst posted a Condolence
| March 18, 2011
We are sorry to hear about our Great Aunt Lillian's passing. We have her and all of the family in our prayers. We have very fond memories of the times we all were together and I know how much my Dad, John Wayne Reitnauer, Sr (Jack to you all) loved her. God bless you and be with you at this time and always. Love, Jan