|Birth: ||Oct. 3, 1913|
|Death: ||Jul. 23, 1952|
Louis Riney, son of Frank B. Riney and Lillie Edith Bick Riney, was born in Clark County October 3, 1913, and passed away in St. Joseph's hospital, Keokuk, Iowa, at 1:45 p.m., July 23, being 38 years, 9 months and 30 days of age. Funeral services were held Friday morning at 9:30 at St. Patrick's Catholic church with Rev. Francis O'Duignan officiating and interment in the cemetery near by. His fifteen years of marriage began when he and Leta McDaniel exchanged vows of allegiance in the Canton Rectory before Father Phillip Gannon July 21, 1937. His patience in bearing his illness of weak heart condition and other ailments for years was remarkable. Preceding him in death were his father January 24, 1927 and his mother October 23, 1939. Surviving are his devoted wife and children, Gladys Rose, 14, Billy Frank, 11, Lillie Ann, 8, Violet Bernadette, 7, and Amelia Kathleen, 2. Also surviving are his brother, Walter Riney of Mendon, Ill., and two sisters, Mrs. John Tate of Palmyra, and Mrs. Veldie Stewart of Williamstown, who together with their families sadly mourn his passing. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. McDaniel of Canton, parents-in-law, of and Mrs. Kenneth Tompkins, sister-in-law and her family of Williamstown also survive besides numerous other relatives and friends. Girls who assisted with the lovely floral tributes were Jean Tompkins, Lucy Ellison, Betty Jo Tate, Mary Jean Uhlmeyer, Mary Jane Williams, Ruby Dell Bronestine, and Isabel Martin.
Dear Louis, you have gone from us,
You meant so much to me.
Your soul we humbly give to God,
To spend eternity.
Your mother dear, your father, too,
Have waited there so long,
Kind friends so dear are waiting there
For you to join their throng.
God's will is ours; he gave us you;
Your soul is his indeed;
Return to him, Oh Louis dear;
His earnest call we heed.
Written at the bedside of her dying husband by Mrs. Louis Riney.
Franklin Brislin Riney (1877 - 1927)
Lillie Edith Bick Riney (1886 - 1939)
Leta Mildred McDaniel Riney (1919 - 1994)*
Gladys Rose Riney Heritage (1938 - 2004)*
William Franklin Riney (1940 - 1993)*
Lillie Ann Riney (1944 - ____)*
Amelia Kathleen Riney Smith (1949 - ____)*
Saint Patrick Cemetery
Plot: Section C 27
Created by: Lillie Riney
Record added: Oct 09, 2000
Find A Grave Memorial# 5075384
Loving you always, Daddy.|
Added: Jun. 15, 2013
Was thinking of you to night, so I thought I'd pop in and leave you some flowers. I still miss you so much sometimes even after all these years. I am all grown up now and am old enough to come see you one of these days. But until then, know that I love y...(Read more)|
your loving daughter
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