Mr. Arthur "Don" Rebentisch

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Mr. Arthur "Don" Rebentisch Obituary


Ellen, Although I didn't know your brother I heard of him mentioned by my friends that worked with him at GM. I am saddened to to heard that his illness has taken him and now his struggle is over. I remembered you from my life experiances at Standale Church and wish to express my condolances.


Posted by: Bob Talsma - wyoming, MI   Nov 27, 2012

Thinking of you all and keeping you in prayer. I know Don is in a much better place...but it still hurts, this I know. We are here for you all if you need us.


Posted by: Debbie Doty and Tom Bush - Hastings, MI - friends   Nov 25, 2012

Sorry for you loss.


Posted by: Darryl Barkel - Byron Center, MI   Nov 24, 2012

Grandpa has been the only grandpa I have ever really known. The last ten years grandpa and grandma accepted me and treated me as their own from day one. I use to feel bad I never had a grandpa growing up but Don fulfilled all of those voids and taught me many valuable things about life, money, stocks, and history. I am so thankful this man was in my life to help me grow at my most vulnerable ages. The

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Posted by: Heidi Walsh - Grand Rapids, MI - grand daughter    Nov 24, 2012

Uncle Don was never to busy to take the time to listen and to share his stories. He was a fantastic Uncle and it's a very sad time to lose him. Love you Uncle Don!! Kurt & Karen


Posted by: Kurt & Karen Hastings - Grand Rapids, MI - Nephew & Neice   Nov 23, 2012

Kind, loving, generous,
cheeky, playful, adventurous.
Full of laughter, full of fun,
could get a smile from anyone.
Uncle Don
When God gave us gifts
he tried to be fair,
but when we got you
we got more than our share.

We will miss everything about you, but are thankful you may now rest in peace! Our deepest sympathies are with all of Uncle Don's family and friends!


Posted by: Terry & Caitlin Hastings - Allendale, MI   Nov 23, 2012