Tammy Reiger Obituary, Death – Rieger, who had spent his entire life in Monroe, Michigan, and had reached the age of 83 when he passed away at 9:05 p.m. in The Lutheran Home of Monroe, has gone to be with the Lord. ohn A. Rieger had lived in Monroe for his entire life. Before he was born on December 26, 1929, in Monroe, Michigan, his parents, John H. and Cora E., both passed away. He was named after his late father and mother (Kull). He spent his childhood in Monroe, where he attended public schools and ultimately earned his high school diploma in 1947.

On August 22, 1959, He wed the woman who would eventually become the love of his life at Trinity Lutheran Church in Monroe. At the time, Louella J. Sweat was still known as Louella. He spent a significant portion of his life in Monroe operating his own farm; he was particularly successful in the dairy farming industry. In addition to this, He planted the seeds for crops on a total area of over five hundred and fifty acres of land. In 2005, he decided to end his career as a farmer and retire.

He was a consistent member of the congregation at Trinity Lutheran Church, which is located in the neighborhood. He found enjoyment in a variety of outdoor activities, including snowmobiling and hunting deer. John’s favorite way to express his creativity was through painting, and he was a skilled artist in his own right. John placed his love for his family above all other considerations.

He is survived by his loving wife of 53 years, Louella, two devoted children, Karen L. (Jon) Taylor of Lawton, Michigan, and Robert J. (Tammy) Rieger of Monroe, as well as two cherished grandchildren, Jaron and Jasper. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force and served in the Korean War. The 15th of April, 2019 was the day he passed away.
In addition to He’s mother and father, his two brothers, James and Robert Rieger, and his sister, Carolyn Rieger, all passed away before him. Additionally, Carolyn was his sister.