Guestbook for Reuben M. Herrmann
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Dear Aunt Barb, Beth, Michael and family: I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you at this most difficult time. I have very fond memories of seeing Uncle Reuben and Aunt Barb at the family get-together's at Grandma and Grandpa's house in Genesee, the holiday parties and visiting in Marquette and Grosse Point. I remember Uncle Reuben as a true gentleman and a man of integrity. It was wonderful growing up with family close and all the wonderful memories that we hold dear. Unfortunately as children grow up and life gets busy, we no longer see extended family as much as we would like. God Bless Uncle Reuben...he is now with my Dad (Howard)and Grandma and Grandpa.
From Nancy Herrmann Benton

11:46 am - 03/17/17


Dear Barb, Beth and Mike, so sorry to hear of Reuben's passing. We have such fond memories of our families spending time together on Hewitt and Surrey Lane in MQT. From chatting in the yard to dinner parties, it was always so much fun to be with you guys. Reuben was a great guy who will always be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families. Love, Kitty, Wendy, Jeff & Susie
From The L'Huilliers

9:25 am - 03/15/17


Dear Mrs. Herrmann, Beth, Mike, family and friends, Mom shared the sad news with me yesterday. I am so very sorry. Reuben? I had no idea. All I knew him as was “Mr. Herrmann”, and always addressed him as such. It seemed only fitting to be on my best behavior - a tall strong quiet man who referred to me as “Christopher Columbus” all those years! Once upon a time, my brother asked me where I would go if I could go back in time. I mulled that over, but before I answered, I asked him the same. Without hesitation, he said, “Carriage Lane!”. He was right. Oh, the fun we had and great neighborhood to do it in. At the time, I don’t know if any of us realized how much of our mental and social DNA was (and would be) affected by our friends, and their families, at such a young age. Beth – just days ago, I was reminiscing on growing up. And, in particular, that one of my best friends was… a girl! Mike -- I still have your old blue bike with the yellow mag wheels. I don’t recall what caused the fork to break, do you? You were fearless lol Mrs. Herrmann – thank you for many years of constant gentle kindness. You are always sweet and happy to see me. Greeted me with a smile every.single.time. Mr. Herrmann – thank you for sharing your family, and all the Surrey Lane memories. RIP Love, Christopher "Columbus"
From Christopher

6:38 am - 03/15/17


I was so sad to hear of your loss. Barb, it has been so many years since we have been together but Reub and you were always so special and such good company to be with. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of Reub's family. Jeanne and Tom Meravi Marquette, MI
From Jeanne and Tom Meravi

1:30 pm - 03/12/17


Condolences to Mr. Herrmann's family.
From Jerry Ylitalo Champion, Michigan

9:24 am - 03/12/17


We were very sad to hear of Reub's passing. He was a true gentleman and respected by many in the law enforcement community in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We are thinking of the family and extending our deepest sympathy.
From Pam and Ken Chant

6:35 am - 03/11/17


I was a Deputy with the Marquette County Sheriff's Office, Michigan many years ago and was fortunate to have met Reuben while he worked in our area. As a young Deputy, I was impressed with his pleasant approach to things and down to earth personality. My deepest sympathy to the family of Reuben Herrmann. Jack L. Schneider
From Jack L. Schneider

3:00 pm - 03/09/17


Reuben was the youngest of the Herrmann boys. He left Genesee Depot many years ago, but left a lasting impression. Many people today ask about him and remember him as a kind, gentle person. He was wonderful brother and a great person to have as a confidante. I miss the phone calls, which were many. He always asked about us and all his old friends. He will be missed by his family and many others. God Bless Reuben and he is now with his mom and dad and brother Howard. Harvey
From Harvey Herrmann

4:45 pm - 03/06/17


I had the opportunity to work with Reuben on several occasions while he was at the LaCrosse FBI office. He was always professional and compassionate. He will be missed
From Michael Mchugh

2:44 pm - 03/06/17


I work at the La Crosse Public Library and got to know Reuben years ago. We had some great conversations and enjoyed exchanging titles of what to read next. I'd only seen him sporadically since I've moved from the North Branch Library but each time it was a pleasure catching up. I'm very sorry for your loss.
From Sandie

8:37 am - 03/05/17


I enjoyed the times when Uncle Reuben would take me fishing, go to Milwaukee Braves games or toss the ball with me when I was a youngster. I admired him growing up as he went in the service, college, grad school, his career and all the travels and places he he went. But what impressed me most about him was his quiet dignity. He was a real man. God bless him and his family during this time.
From Jeff Herrmann and family

12:33 pm - 03/04/17


Rest in peace Reuben.
From Jim Ellering-Phoenix, AZ

12:16 pm - 03/03/17


You were a wonderful person and very special. You always helped others. You will be greatly missed by the many lives you touched over the years.
From kathy

9:27 am - 03/03/17


my uncle Reuben was a kind thoughtful men he was my dad Harveys little Brother who my Dad Thought The World of my Uncle Reuben was one of the best Fishermen I knew When you went fishing with him you caught fish we will miss him very much God bless to all his family see at the service March 18th Scott herrmann and family
From Scott herrmann

7:02 pm - 03/02/17


We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Reuben was a very kind wonderful man. We will miss him dearly. We are Reuben's neighbors and always visited with Reuben on his many walks with Buddy. He always admired our flower beds in our yard and would stop and say hello and admire the flowers. We Loved visiting with him. God bless and keep you Reuben. Steve and Lynn Ray LaCrosse, Wisconsin
From Lynn and Steve Ray

7:18 pm - 03/01/17


We were sorry to learn of Reub's death from our mutual friend, Marv Stone. Our thoughts, prayers and sympathy are with all of you, his family, as you say your farewells.
From Bob and Caryl Bournique

10:29 am - 03/01/17


I was so sad to hear of the passing of my Uncle Reuben. My Dad (Harvey Herrmann) was able to get to his bedside and read the rosary for Uncle Rube. God Bless to Aunt Barb and his children and grandchildren. He was a great man. Prayers for all. DLH197289@yahoo.com
From Denise Herrmann

3:34 pm - 02/24/17


We are sad to hear of Rueben's death. Our thoughts are with you now as well as our prayers. (I worked with Reuben in La Crosse, Wi)
From Glen and Liz Sharpe, Suwanee, Ga.

4:26 pm - 02/23/17


1st knew Rube in Detroit in 1971. He beat me out for Marquette but we ended up in Saginaw. Worked out for the best as we came back to Madison in 79 and Rube ended up in Lacrosse. Rube was 1 of the best agents and guys I ever knew and wished I had more contact with him in Wi. RIP Rube!
From brian kobinsky

4:09 pm - 02/18/17


I have fond memories of working with Reuben while he was assigned in Marquette, Michigan. We were good friends and often fished together. Reuben was a fine, honest person. Rest in peace friend.
From Marvin Stone

1:24 pm - 02/16/17


It is with great sadness that we learned of Reuben's passing. We have fond memories of his and Barbara's time in Arizona while he was at ASU. Our thoughts and prayers to the family. Kathy (Garity) and Ed Stock
From kathy_ed@yahoo.com

7:02 pm - 02/13/17