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Jeffrey Rehmann, 47, of Lester Prairie

Jeffrey Rehmann, 47, of Lester Prairie

Jeffrey J. Rehmann, 47, of Lester Prairie died Wednesday, March 6, at his residence.
Funeral services were Tuesday, March 12, 2 p.m., at St. Peter Lutheran Church (77 Second Ave. S.) in Lester Prairie with Rev. Joshua Arndt as officiant.
Visitation was held all at the church Monday and Tuesday, March 11-12, 4-8 p.m., and one hour prior to the funeral. Interment was in the church cemetery.
Jeffrey Jon Rehmann was born May 31, 1971, in Arlington, the son of Gary and Linda (Schrupp) Rehmann. He was baptized as an infant at the St. Peter Lutheran Church in Lester Prairie by Rev. Harold A. Bode. Jeff later confirmed his faith in the Lord at St. Peter Lutheran Church by Rev. Steven Vaudt.
Mr. Rehmann attended Helen Baker Elementary, Glencoe Middle School and was a graduate of Glencoe High School. He furthered his education at St. Paul Technical College. Mr. Rehmann worked at Dura Supreme Cabinetry in Howard Lake and for the last 20 years he has been employed at Littfin Lumber in Howard Lake.
To say Mr. Rehmann was an avid sports fan is a gross understatement. He followed whichever team was in season, be it the Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves, Wild or the Gophers. He also enjoyed attending high school football and basketball games. Mr. Rehmann would often ride the fan bus to Lester Prairie Bulldog away games. Whenever one of his teams won a title, Mr. Rehmann would order a T-shirt as a remembrance. He could have opened a sporting goods store with all of the T-shirts, jerseys and caps he amassed.
Mr. Rehmann was a big help around the house and would gladly pick produce from the garden, but when asked to hoe the weeds, he would say, “use the tiller.” He’ll be remembered for his kind and loving personality who was a friend to all.
Mr. Rehmann is preceded in death by his grandparents, Irvin and Margaret Rehmann, Leslie and Evelyn Schrupp; uncles, Bob Schrupp, Richard Stockman, Timothy Schrupp; cousin, Mitchell Manthey.
Mr. Rehmann is survived by his loving family; parents, Gary and Linda Rehmann of Lester Prairie; brothers and sisters-in-law, Dan and Leah Rehmann of Chaska, David and Kit Rehmann of Waconia; nephews and niece, Bryce and Nate Bacon, Alex Rehmann, Mason and Emersyn Rehmann; aunts and uncles, Marjorie Stockman of Plato, Jane and Duane Pieschke of Norwood Young America, Cindy and Mark Noennig of Sabin, Lori and Rodney Manthey of Norwood Young America, Bill Schrupp of Norwood Young America, Raeann Crosby of Norwood Young America, Linda Schrupp of Waterford, Mich., Randy and Bonnie Rehmann of Lester Prairie, Ardys and Norman Lutter of Cheyenne, Wyo., and Amy and Robert Gennrich of Carver; cousins, Todd (Sabrina) Stockman, Tammy (Hans) Knutson, Trish (Curt) Olson, Tony Stockman, Jennifer (Jeff) Otto, Jill (James) Kriens, Josh Pieschke, Carrie (Andy) Nemzek, Katie (Brian) Gustafson, Caleb Noennig, Josh Noennig, Miranda Manthey, Tyler Manthey; Kimberly (Steve) Bozzo, Matt (Emma) Schrupp, Brandon Schrupp, Kevin Schrupp, Rachel Crosby, Katie (Kevin) Brecht, Josh (Jamie) Rehmann, Nikki (Brett) Kuttner, Jim (Stephanie) Lutter, Joel (Christy) Lutter, Karen (John) Lewis, Kevin (Catherine) Gennrich, Brian Gennrich, and Rachel (Nate) Boucher; other relatives and many friends.
Dave Prehn, Dan Gueningsman, Tony Stockman, Corey Renken, Kevin Gennrich, Josh Noennig, Josh Pieschke, and Adam Birkholz served as casket-bearers.
The Johnson Funeral Home in Waconia handled the arrangements. Its Web site is www.johnsonfh.com where online obituaries and guestbook are located.