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Funeral Details

21
Dec

Funeral Details

Reah Lee Feinartz-Hohman

SERVICE INFORMATION

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Nina and Kendall Monahan Residence
812 Stonegate Drive
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
224.545.4080
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Memorial Contributions

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
262 Danny Thomas Place
Memphis, TN 38105
www.stjude.org


OBITUARY

Reah Lee Feinartz-Hohman, nee Siegel, age 74

Beloved wife of Loren Hohman. Loving mother of Rhonda (Harry) Castaneda, Nina (Kendall) Monahan, and Mason (Kimberly) Feinartz. Proud grandmother of Matthew and David Burch, Jack and Evan Monahan, and Jonathan Cammack. Dear sister of Hyman Siegel, Iris Siegel, and Evelyn Siegel. To keep everyone safe and healthy, service and interment will be private. Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Pl., Memphis, TN 38105, www.stjude.org. To attend the funeral live stream, please visit our website. Arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals – Skokie Chapel, 847.229.8822, www.cjfinfo.com




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condolences and stories of Reah Lee Feinartz-Hohman below and
we will share them with the family.

Barry Meyer

A close friend of Hy, my memories of Reah are sparse, but always caring. I also tell Hy that Reah was my favorite Siegel, even though he served in my wedding as best man.

JERRY and CAROL NESKER

FRIENDS FROM POINT EAST WHO SHARE MANY A WONDERFUL TIME DURING OUR WINTERS GOING TO THE OPERA, BALLET, SYMPHONY AND ENJOYING THE FUN TIMES IN FLORIDA.....WE WILL MISS THIS BUNDLE OF JOY AND OUR VENTURES TOGETHER....

Carol Nesker

Reah will always be a hole in my heart forever. You will always be remembered and never forgotten.

Tiffany Earnest

My condolences to the family.

Marsha Nicholas

Reah has been my friend forever. We grew up together as family and shared many wonderful times and adventures. She will always live on in my memories. It is hard to forget someone who was so wonderful . My prayers go out to family as I know she will truly be missed. I am so sorry for the loss.
Love, Marsha and Keith

Hy Siegel

Reah was our big sister. She focused on keeping friends and family connected, and was always available with words of advice or encouragement. She will be sorely missed.

Carol and Mark Wilson

We had many good times. Going out to eat at Paquitos, going to the beaches, boat rides, aqua class, shopping, sitting at the pool chatting and so many more. We will miss you in Miami.

Mark Denham

I did not have the honor and privilege of knowing Mrs. Feinartz-Hohman, but I am fortunate enough to know and work with Mason Feinartz, her son. From knowing Mason, there is no doubt that Mrs. Feinartz-Hohman was an extraordinary person and a loving supportive mother to her children. The Security Services family of Memorial Hermann Health System will keep all in our thoughts and prayer.

Trey Hohman

To my father Loren, and equally to Reah’s three children and her various family members and friends all over: I’m so very sorry for your loss. I only hope you feel surrounded by much love right now. I will remember Reah as a fun-loving lady that genuinely tried to make all of her friends and family feel welcome and upbeat. She always treated me with kindness and generosity. Getting to know her in the many years since we first met, she consistently gave off that same warm, cheery feeling being around her. Someone who was sincerely good-natured in conversation, and equally generous with her time and attention. With my deepest sympathies as you remember your wife, mother, friend.

Beth Winer

My deepest condolences to my forever friend Nina, Mason, Rhonda, Loren, and Reah’s many grandchildren and loved ones. Reah was alway so kind and fun, and made all of her children’s friends feel welcome in her home. She always had a smile on her face and a twinkle in her eye. May her memory be for a blessing. Sending love and sympathy to the Feinartz and Hohman families.

Nikki and Lee Gautreau

Loren, we are so sorry for your loss. We only just met you and Reah, but immediately thought of y’all as a friends. Her love for you and her family was obvious to us. Reah will be fondly remembered. Praying for you and your family.
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