Heather Ann Reiniger(Landgren)

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Heather Ann Reiniger(Landgren)

February 09, 1973 - January 08, 2019

Heather Ann Reiniger(Landgren) Heather Ann Reiniger (Landgren) 45 of Mankato, was joined with God on Tuesday January 8th 2019 at ISJ Hospital in Mankato after a long battle with heart disease.

Heather Ann Landgren was born Febuary 9th, 1973 to Gary and Victoria (Johnson) Landgren. She worked in the service industry most of her life because she loved people. She was an avid fisherman who enjoyed the outdoors. She also enjoyed drawing, cooking, and singing karaoke. Her vibrant personality will be missed by all that have been blessed to know her. She was selfless and generous, always placing others needs above her own.She was selfless and generous and always put others before herself.
She is survived by her children, Amanda Landgren, Rebecca Howard (Dustin) of Mankato; her Mom Vicky Landgren ; her brother Robert (Tiffany) Landgren ; her sister-in law Jennifer Peters; her niece Ashley; her nephews Thomas, Dominick, Mikey, Zaky, and her cat Bruno.
She is proceeded in death by her son, Johnny Reiniger, father Gary Landgren, brother Tommy Landgren, and nephew Greg Peters.
Funeral services will be held at St. Johns the Baptist Church in Mankato, MN at 1:00 pm on January 12th with a luncheon to follow at the Eagles Club on Riverfront Drive. Memorials are preferred in lieu of flowers. Donations accepted through this link.
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Published on January 10, 2019
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Saturday January 12, 2019

1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

St Johns Baptist Church

632 South Broad Street, Mankato, MN, USA

Celebration of life

Saturday January 12, 2019

3:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Eagles Club

708 North Riverfront Drive, Mankato, MN, USA

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