In memory of
Klaus "Tony" Reich
In memory of
Klaus "Tony" Reich
Klaus "Tony" Reich KLAUS "Tony" Reich born 11.19.1936 beloved son of the late Fritz & Adele Reich of Berlin, Germany has passed away. Tony was a long time resident of Suncrest Country Club, Palm Desert, CA. Tony born in Berlin, Germany immigrated to the United States, became a naturalized citizen, and served faithfully, proudly and honorably in the United States Air Force with a sustained display of personal bravery not only in Germany, France, Italy but everywhere he was stationed. Tony was a pioneer in so many ways to so many people and won multiple awards for serving his communities. He lived in Detroit, MI, Las Vegas, NV and settled in Palm Desert. Survived by two nieces, Karin Vermillion and Magrit Thets of Berlin, Germany, as well as two Great Nephews Manuel Schlicke, Germany and Daniel Vermillion, Hawaii. Tony will be well remembered for his love of soccer, bowling, the Military, late night television and potatoes! We shall honor the life of Tony with utmost respect as he receives Military Honors on Thursday, May 27, 2021 12:30 p.m.at Riverside National Cemetery. To follow at 5:00 p.m.will be a brief gathering in remembrance of "Tony" Klaus Reich - an hour of raised glasses of sharing personal tributes to our friend, neighbor, and family hosted by Bill Shinbine and Robert Ross.(Contact for additional information)
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Forest Lawn - Cathedral City
69855 East Ramon Road
Cathedral City, CA 92234
In memory of
Klaus "Tony" Reich
Klaus "Tony" Reich KLAUS "Tony" Reich born 11.19.1936 beloved son of the late Fritz & Adele Reich of Berlin, Germany has passed away. Tony was a long time resident of Suncrest Country Club, Palm Desert, CA. Tony born in Berlin, Germany immigrated to the United States, became a naturalized citizen, and served faithfully, proudly and honorably in the United States Air Force with a sustained display of personal bravery not only in Germany, France, Italy but everywhere he was stationed. Tony was a pioneer in so many ways to so many people and won multiple awards for serving his communities. He lived in Detroit, MI, Las Vegas, NV and settled in Palm Desert. Survived by two nieces, Karin Vermillion and Magrit Thets of Berlin, Germany, as well as two Great Nephews Manuel Schlicke, Germany and Daniel Vermillion, Hawaii. Tony will be well remembered for his love of soccer, bowling, the Military, late night television and potatoes! We shall honor the life of Tony with utmost respect as he receives Military Honors on Thursday, May 27, 2021 12:30 p.m.at Riverside National Cemetery. To follow at 5:00 p.m.will be a brief gathering in remembrance of "Tony" Klaus Reich - an hour of raised glasses of sharing personal tributes to our friend, neighbor, and family hosted by Bill Shinbine and Robert Ross.(Contact for additional information)
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Cathedral City, CA 92234
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