Richard Junior Reisner, age 63, died January 1, 1991, in Provo, Utah.

He was born May 28, 1927 in Pocatello, Idaho, a son of Richard C. and Goldie Maybear Reisner. He married Barbara Marie Greenland June 6, 1956 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Graduate of BYU, Served in US Army in Korean War and US Merchant Marines during World War II, American Fork Precinct Chairman, member of Highland Water Board, Toastmaster and Timpanogas Knife and Fork Club. Employed at Hercules Inc. Own and operated Reisner Convalescent Home, Reisner Construction, Reisner Management. High Priest, served an LDS mission to South Africa, served in 3 Bishoprics, member of BYU 14th Stake High Council at time of his death. His life exemplified service to his family, church & country. His love and concern for others will be greatly missed.He is survived by his wife of Orem, three sons and four daughters, Mrs. William (Cindy) Badger, Jack Reisner, Karl Reisner, Mrs. Chad (Julie) Watson, all of Salt Lake; Anita Reisner, Samuel Reisner, Rebekah Reisner, all of Orem; eight grandchildren; two brothers and two sisters, Reed Reisner, Sandy; Mel Reisner, Scottsdale, Arizona; Mrs. Monte (Ann) Blanchard, Robin, Idaho; Mrs. Ray (Lillian) Clapp, El Paso, Texas.

Funeral Services will be Friday, 11 a.m. in the Sunset Heights 7th Ward, 1200 South 400 West, Orem. Friends may call at the Anderson & Sons Mortuary, 49 East 100 North, American Fork, Thursday 6 to 8 p.m and Friday at the Church one hour prior to services. Burial in the American Fork Cemetery. Military Rites by VFW, District 4.

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