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Albert H. Rehn Obituary

Albert H.  Rehn
Albert H. Rehn

September 17, 1924 - April 28, 2010


Wednesday, April 28, 2010. Survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Mary Rehn; daughters, Susan Rehn McHugh, Eileen Rehn, Sheila Rehn Jones; grandchildren, Miles D. McHugh, Laura L. Jones, Shaun M. Jones, Christopher G. Jones.

Born and raised in Boston, MA, an honored World War II U.S. Navy veteran, and a long-time resident of Rochester, NY. He was a mechanical engineer for Eastman Kodak and an adjunct professor at RIT for 31 years, taught in the Greece Continuing Education system, and hosted his own radio show. Al was an active member of the Golden Link Folk Society, Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Irish Musicians’ Association of Rochester, and the Park Avenue Playboys. Above all, he loved his family, is loved by many, and will be missed by all.

No prior calling. His graveside service will be held Tuesday 1:00 PM at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, please meet at the Dewey gate.




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