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  1. You made digging up plants to share look easy; running, fun; sharing a meal, natural, making others feel at ease, thoughtful, woodworking, professional, bread making, a talent, and procrastinating in completing Sirpa’s “Honey, Do” list” an art.

    Your open arms and warm smile will be missed, but it is comforting to know that passed on loved ones will be welcoming you with open arms and warm smiles.

  2. Gwinnett Senior Golden Games will miss your smile and constant enthusiasm for the games! May you rest in peace!

  3. Reijo thank you for being such a good husband, father, friend and neighbor. I know that you are in Heaven receiving your reward for all of your goodness and hard work on earth.

  4. We will miss our dear neighbor Reijo’s smile, cheerful whistle and greetings. He was always so busy working hard in the yard – and always had a funny story or joke – such a joyful man. God be near you, Sirpa, Tina and family at this time of grief and loss. We are here for you.

  5. I Just found this out today. Kim S from Parks and Rec sent this out.
    For those of you that have attended the Gwinnett Senior Golden Games for a number of years you will remember an athlete named Reijo! Reijo was the discus games manger and an avid participant and competitor. He tried all the games and always played with GUSTO. He was known for sneaking around and checking out the scores so he would know in advance what score he needed to win the GOLD. Reijo has passed away and his family is celebrating his life on July 30 from around noon to 4pm or so at their home in Lawrenceville. The address is 139 King Arthur Court, Lawrenceville. It is an open invitation for you to attend and pay your respects to the family. Please take this opportunity to show your support to the family and thank them for him.

  6. I enjoyed being a fellow games manager for SEVERAL years. I really enjoyed competing with you. We had some hard fought battles. We lost a fine gentleman!

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