A Memory Tribute to Percy Reno

Dear Jo and Kathy,
My mother, Iris (Zimmel) Maki and our entire family send you our deepest sympathy on the passing of your dad, our Uncle Percy. We are unable to attend his funeral, but please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Much love,
Tammy (Maki) Hanson
Tammy Hanson

Escanaba, MI

I love you Uncle Percy, we will miss you so much!
Mackenzie McPhee

Garden, MI

My family were neighbors of Mr. Reno, he was always a very kind, and soft spoken man. My sincere sympathy to his family, and I sorry I wasn't able to make the visitation.
Tom Seronko

Gladstone, MI

Dear Rose & Kathy so sorry for your loss. Your Dad was such a great guy. He will be missed. I'm out of state so will be unable to attend the services but will be with you in spirit.
Diane McPhee

Naples, FL

Dear Rose and Katherine,

Please accept my deepest sympathy regarding the death of your father. My father, Karl H. Zimmel, and my mother, Mary couldn't speak enough about how wonderful your father was. I know he was a real blessing in my father's life. He definitely made him loved and wanted. I only met Percy once but I love him too for making my father's life happier. Blessings be with you and your family.

Kristin (Zimmel) Ahlstrom
Kristin Ahlstrom

Marquette, MI

Sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. I always enjoyed talking with you Dad, especially in the days we would car pool to Harnischfeger. I was the youngest of the car pool and your Dad, Ira Zimmel, and Jule Potvin had a great time pulling pranks on me. All in fun!!
Chuck Lancrete

Richfield, MN

Dear Rose and Kathy,

Please accept my deepest sympathy regarding the passing of your father. I have many memories of seeing Uncle Percy during my childhood years in Michigan. He was always so very kind and soft-spoken. My father, Allen Rabitoy, always spoke of Uncle Percy with great fondness.
Jim Rabitoy

Austin, TX

Rose and family,
My sympathy to you on the loss of your dad.
Remember your friendship and your family well when I was your neighbor on 3rd St. in Gladstone in the mid 1950's.
Pamela (Hardy) Holmes

Sebastian, FL