Frank Reinert
Frank Reinert
Frank Reinert
Frank Reinert

Obituary of Frank H Reinert

Frank H. Reinert, 72, originally from Camden, NJ, passed away peacefully at his seasonal rental property in Englewood, FL on Tuesday, March 21. Frank was preceded in death by his parents, Frank B. Reinert and Patricia L. Reinert (nee Naylor). A proud resident of Webster Plantation, Maine; in recent years, as his cancer progressed, Frank found that he was tired of shoveling snow, and chose to spend the winter months, in the sun, on his pontoon boat in Florida. 

Frank a local union 393 carpenter out of Gloucester, NJ is survived by his brother Steven G. Reinert, Sr. (Nanette) Lake Placid, FL; son Frank D. Reinert (Cathy) Millsboro, DE; daughter Trisha Campochiaro, Pitman, NJ; lifetime partner Marge Santo (nee Gariano) Maple Sade, NJ (Maine); grandson Julius Cuevas, Pine Hill, NJ; and granddaughters Angela Rodriquez, Kendall Campochiaro, and Luciana Campochiaro, all Pitman, NJ. As well as bonus family: stepdaughter Margaret Thompson (Sean) Trevose, PA; stepdaughter Theresa Cairns (Sean) Maple Shade, NJ; step granddaughters Taylor Cairns (Daniel), West Deptford, NJ; Michaela Cairns, Maple Shade, NJ, Elizabeth Thompson, Trevose, PA; and step great granddaughter Hayden Burke, West Deptford, NJ.

Frank bought a piece of property in Northern Maine in late 1974 and proceded to build a two room log cabin from scratch for his family to enjoy.  As his family grew, so did the cabin. Every log, piece of wood, plumbing fixture and electrical component,was built or put in by Franks own two hands. He not only built a house, but a home, which all his future generations will be able to enjoy, and thats all he ever wanted. Within recent years he also purchased a house right on the water, in Lakeville, ME. As well as enjoying hunting, fishing, country music, his hometown football team, the Philadelphia Eagles; he also loved spending time with Katelyn his loyal irish setter and faithfull travel companion. As per Frank's wishes, no services will be held.

Frank's wish was to be creamated and for his ashes to be spread on his two properties in Maine; which the immediate family will do at a private ceremony in the near future. Franks wishes were for all those who know him; rather than to dress up and cry in a stuffy building; to please celebrate his life in your own ways. Instead share stories with each other, laugh about funny times spent together, reminensce about the impact he made in your life, and finally have a beer and raise a toast to a free spirited man who truly lived life on his terms and who accomplished everything he set out to do. 

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