Folsom Funeral Service

Reyenger, Edna B.

Edna B. (Kamradt) Reyenger, a longtime resident of Westwood, died Wednesday, November 28, 2012 at Avery Manor in Needham.  She was 91.  Edna was born in Boston, Massachusetts, the only daughter of Henry and Josephine Kamradt, immigrants from Poland.  She attended secretarial school after high school and  worked as a secretary for Civitarese Construction Company for many years.  Edna was the wife of the late Richard James Reyenger and the sister of the late Edward H. Kamradt.  She is survived by two nephews, Hank Kamradt of Hope Valley, Rhode Island, and Edward Kamradt of Ledyard, Connecticut.  At Edna’s request, services and interment in New Westwood Cemetery, Westwood, Massachusetts will be private.  In lieu of flowers donations to the American Red Cross, 99 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA 02215 would be appreciated.

Guestbook Entries

  1. Beth McDonough
    December 2nd, 2012 | 9:57 am

    Hank, Ned, Katie and Family — We are so sorry to hear of Edna’s passing. She was a great neighbor with a kind heart. May she rest in peace

    Beth & Tim McDonough

  2. Marilyn (Anderson) Chetwynd
    December 3rd, 2012 | 4:19 pm

    I lived on Church St. in the 1970’s, a neighbor of Edna and Dick. My last name was Anderson then. I remember Edna’s wonderful smile so clearly. She was a paragon of cheerfulness and a kind “aunt” to the neighborhood’s children, including my own small son. Sincere sympathies to the Kamradt family on the loss of your dear aunt.

  3. Barbara Holdridge
    December 5th, 2012 | 12:02 am

    We bid a fond goodbye to Edna. She and her late husband Dick were our wonderful next door neighbors for many many years, and we do miss them.

  4. Scott Stewart
    December 7th, 2012 | 3:42 pm

    Hank and Ned. My heartfelt condolences on the passing of “Auntie Edna”. My childhood recollections are filled with so many fond memories of Edna and Dick and their close friendship with my parents Helen and Flub. Although not blood relatives, she always treated Sandra and I as a niece and a nephew and showered us with her love. We were fortunate to receive her gifts of love and laughter (not to mention her killer brownies!) and will always be grateful of how much better our lives are for knowing “Auntie Edna”. May she enjoy eternal peace finally reunited with her beloved husband Dick.

Sign the Guestbook

Folsom Funeral Service

Folsom Funeral Service