Few words can express our thoughts of the sudden loss of our pal "Wolfie."
It makes us just a little more human when we realize how very precious are the friendships we form during our lifetimes.
An emotional funeral service was held at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church on Saturday, October 21st, 1995. He was an Organ/tissue Donor.
Some of Wolfgang's ashes were placed with honor at the Arlington National Cemetary, Monday October 30th. The remainder of his ashes will be spread at sea.
Good bye, and Peace be with you.
-Mike Anikis, NCNO Flyer October 1995
On the sad issue of our friend Wolfgang Reinhart: Half of Wolfie's ashes were interred in a vault at Arlington National Cemetery, the other half scattered at sea befitting his Naval Service. Special thanks were extended at the meeting to Mike Breed and his lady, Susan, for the exceptional floral arrangement at the interment. It had a Rolling Thunder theme, with our special cloud/lightning bolt motif. That, and the 21-gun salute, were an appropriate sendoff to one classy individual. Wolfie, as TDC Greenbacker reminisced, was as Chris himself an early joiner to the USNOA (Wolfie was member #12). Both attended the very first National Rally in 1978. Wolfgang Reinhart was a man with no enemies, his involvement in our organization stands as a fine example of comradeship and friendliness.
--Dave Walsh in the November 1995 NCNO Flyer
Gentle person that you are
Gone but not forgotten
Looking on from afar
In your red vest
And leather chaps
Holding a cup of beer
Is how I remember you
is what you say
I will pull the clutch
Not once, but twice
In your honor
October 22, 1995