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Submitted by Ann Weber
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Billie June Reihs
Born: April 10, 1926
Died: August 25, 2010

June Reihs, 84, passed away at Colonial Estates on August 25, 2010 after suffering complications following a stroke on July 16, 2010.

She was born Billie June Reich to Erbie and Mamie Reich in Atoka, OK on April 10, 1926. An only child, she spent her entire childhood in Atoka.

After marrying George Reihs on July 17, 1947, they lived in his home state of Washington and Atoka, finally settling in Guthrie, OK, operating the Mistletoe Express. George later went to work for the City of Guthrie and June worked at the Guthrie Daily Leader before becoming Director of Red Cross Logan County Chapter. She loved her job helping people recover from fires and floods and participating in blood drives, health fairs, swimming lessons, and water aerobics.

June was preceded in death by her parents, best friend Ruby Tryon, husband George, and her very dear friend Charlie Runyan of Tulsa, OK.

She is survived by her son Mike Reihs and wife Sandy, their son Sean and wife Creedy and their children Cody and Rowdy, and Chris and his daughter Nicole; her daughter Pat Oliver and husband Gary, her sons Steve Rexroad and wife Carrie and their sons Colton and Brody, Brandon Rexroad and his son Brett, and Michael Maple and their daughters Makayla and Carlee Oliver; her cousins Margeret McAnulty of Houston, TX and Winston Howard of Hinton, OK; her sisters-in-law Betty Dugas of Yakima, WA and Annie Drake and husband Duckie of Arizona; and brothers-in-law John Reihs and Stan Reihs both of Sunnyside, WA.

The family wishes to thank the caring staff of Mercy Hospital, Logan Medical Center, and Colonial Estates and the wonderful people at Companion Hospice, they couldnít have been more understanding and helpful at this difficult time.

June and George both donated their bodies to the Oklahoma State Anatomical Board. Because of Patís ill health and the recent accident of grandson Brandon, there will be no services at this time. A memorial may be held at a later date.

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