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Tori Rebholz posted on 3/8/20
Ginny was a stand up woman. She was so kind, welcoming, and full of love for everyone. She was a wonderful wife, mother, friend, and grandmother. We admired her close friendships which was a true testament of her care for others. She will be missed greatly by all that she touched. She will be forever loved by those that she left behind. We miss you so much Grandma Ginny. Love, M & M
 

Jeaneen Banner posted on 3/7/20
"Mrs. Reb" was a favorite when I was growing up. Our families spent alot of time together. My favorite memories are from when we played many seasons of softball together (which Danny helped coach), and going out afterwards for hours! I always admired Mike & Ginny's marriage. They were always together! Mike not only came to our games, he even came to our practices. Some other fond memories were going to Cubs games and 4th of July at White Pines, going to your Mom's raquetball matches, and lets not forget going to Bozo's Circus! (Sorry Dan & Bill). Although I haven't seen Danny much since moving out of state, I considered him a best friend from childhood. May all of her sweet and wonderful traits live in all your hearts Dan, Bill and all your children, and extended family Your Mom/Grandma will not be forgotten. I hope it brings you comfort knowing your Dad is back holding her hand and taking care of her again! My condolences to all who were lucky enough to be touched by her.
 

Gina Aiello-Smith posted on 3/6/20
To Danny, Billy, and the entire Rebholz family- I can't tell u how sorry I am to hear about ur Mom's passing. I was fortunate enough to visit her about 2 wks. ago when she was at Alexian Bros. She's ALWAYS been kind to me and so easy to talk to. I know she adored her grandkids. I remember how she used to tell me funny stories about "Buddy" (Danny's dog), and how goofy he was cuz he'd always hit his head on the table. I can't believe I've known her, and u guys, practically my whole life. She was a good friend of my mom's for many, many years. It was so nice of her to attend my 50th surprise birthday party a couple of years ago. I have such fond memories of ur mom, my mom, Mary, Kathy, and Karen (the "card girls") playing cards EVERY Thursday night, for as far back as I can remember. They always had the best time!! So very, very, sorry for your loss. May she rest in peace and be reunited with ur Dad (Michael).
 

Greg Haggis posted on 3/5/20
So sorry for your loss, Rebholz family. I always enjoyed time spent with Ginny...so pleasant and caring. She will be missed in person but never forgotten by those who knew and loved her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
 

Gwen Haggis posted on 3/5/20
A beautiful sole is never forgotten. Although, I never got to know Ginny really well, what I do is that she was a sweet lady and very loving to her family. I’ll miss seeing her during our holiday family gatherings. My love, hugs and prayers go out to my sister, Matthew, Bill’s family and all of Ginny’s friends.
 

Guy Caruso posted on 3/5/20
The right words never come easy in these situations. I thought quite a lot of Mrs. Rebholz. An extremely personable woman with a wonderful sense of humor. I want to take the opportunity to express my deepest condolences to her family. She will be missed.
 

Glenn Ray posted on 3/4/20
What a wonderful lady. In high school Billy had me over to their house for fondue ala Rebholz style. I was nervous eating with his parents who I barely knew. Mrs. Rebholz made me feel at home and let me eat until I was stuffed! It was a fun evening I will never forget. She will be missed.