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Dewayne “Dewey” Reierson passed away on Tuesday, May 6th, 2008.
An entrepreneur and the founder of DLR Sales, Inc., Dewey will be remembered as a brilliant businessman, loving husband and father, an inspirational leader, and caring friend. He touched us all in so many ways and will be missed dearly.
In 1987, when Dewey founded DLR Sales, Inc. both he and his company quickly became industry icons. Happily retired for the past six years in the high desert of Clarkdale AZ, both he and his wife Laura, enjoyed going to church, exploring the countryside in their RV, visiting friends and family, and volunteering for many other civic and faith based activities.
Dewey lost his long time battle from complications related to heart disease and is now with his family and friends in heaven. Although gone from this earth, his faith, energy and his exuberance for life will remain with us forever.
Born: December 15, 1943 in Long Prairie MN
Died: May 6, 2008 at Lake Havasu Regional Medical Center, Lake Havasu City, AZ
Survived by: His wife Laura Reierson; son Donald Reierson; step-children Ken Manrubia and Elisa Martin; sister Mary Reierson; grand children April and Ashley Martin, Shaun and Kai Manrubia.
Memorial services will be held as follows:
May 25th 2008
High Noon (12:00 PM)
St. Thomas of the Valley Episcopal Church
889 First South Street
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
Fr. Jim Booker
June 29th 2008
La Selva Beach Community Church
26 Florido Ave.
La Selva Beach, CA 95076
Rev. Jane E. Grady
Cards and/or letters may be sent to:
P.O. Box 67
Clarkdale, AZ 86324
DLR Sales, Inc.
3485 Edward Ave.
Santa Clara, CA. 95054
In lieu of flowers, donations made to the American Heart Association would be appreciated.
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