Give Marvin and Connie a call at Donner's Bay
Thanks Bob, Ive never met Scott but only know him from his exchanges here on LL. Seemed like a kind man with a good sense of humor. The humor in his LL handle was priceless. My cabin isnt far from where he lives and I always hoped I would have a chance to meet him. In another time and a better place we can hope.
Well said Tom.
My condolences to his wife Kathy. If a man is measured by how good a husband he was, Scott was a great man. It was obvious to anyone who knew them, they enjoyed their time together. On the weekend after the chores of owning lodging on the flowage they could be found on their pontoon boat enjoying the flowage. Scott knew the body of water well, I saw them at times in it's far corners enjoying the tranquility.
Very sorry to hear this news. Scott was a real class act and a great promoter of and resource for the entire TFF area.
His leadership in the TFF business association for the last several years was fantastic. He was always looking for ways to improve the TFF area both from a resource and a business perspective.
My deepest condolences to Kathy and the Reinhard family.
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This is a report that's hard to write.. the Turtle Flambeau Flowage lost one of it's biggest fans, and fans of the TFF lost a friend recently.
Lake-Link's lota lota, aka Scott Reinhard, passed on the 29th due to complications from a recent heart attack. His Lake-Link handle showed his wry sense of humor, being a lawyer, it was the perfect nickname : lota lota
Meeting Scott and Kathy, the proprietors of Flambeau Vista Retreat, turned what started out as simply a yearly destination for our fishing trip group many years ago, into more than just a fishing trip, but, immediately became a visit with our friends Scott and Kathy. We enjoyed our visits with them so much... Scott could be teased into demonstrating what singing in a barbershop quartet was like... truly amazing, and we listened to music and shared stories. After our first stay with them, I threatened to never leave, and that they should change their brochure to mention there would be a feller named Bob that came with the cottage, hahaha.
( I'll bet they have had the same affect on anyone that knows them. They're just special people like that. ) - comment from my youngest son James
We all will miss you Scott ( lota lota ), but never forget you...
nihsif, aka backwards fishing