Coats for Kids
"Coats For Kids", a community service campaign sponsored by Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home in conjunction with WXER 104.5 & 96.1 The Point Radio, runs from September through October.
Area residents are asked to donate clean coats in good repair. We accept coats of all sizes for people of all ages, with the need being greatest for children’s coats. These coats are distributed to Sheboygan County residents who would otherwise go without.
|Location:||Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home
1535 S. 12th Street, Sheboygan, WI
Tues., September 6, 2016 through Wed., October 19, 2016
8:30 am - 4:00 pm (Monday – Friday)
Distribution of the Coats:
|Location:||The Salvation Army
710 Pennsylvania Avenue, Sheboygan
|Dates/Times:||Friday, October 21, 2016 12noon – 6:00 pm|
Handling the Holidays
Handling the Holidays will be held on Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 6:30 pm at the Blue Harbor Conference Center in Sheboygan, WI. Richard J. Obershaw, Founder and Director of the Grief Center in Lakeville, Minnesota will be the featured speaker. In a relaxed casual atmosphere, this nationally recognized Grief Therapist will blend gentle humor with practical advice on how to cope, how to memorialize your loved one, and new ways to participate in holiday celebrations.
Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home has updated helpful material in our Lending Library located in the Family Resource Center. We bring our library to Sheboygan as a part of our commitment to community outreach. We feel strongly in our responsibility to share our expertise so as to better educate the community.
Our library contains more than one hundred and fifty books, videos, brochures and pamphlets on issues of loss in our daily lives. Literature and videos can be checked out for a month at a time. Simply visit our library between the hours of 8:30 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday. Our library includes materials on the following subjects: loss and grief situations connected with the death of a family member, co-worker or friend; suicide, AIDS, SIDS, prenatal loss, divorce, and readjustment to life after abuse.
We also extend an invitation to individuals in our schools, churches, hospitals and civic groups to tour our funeral home. Our tours provide the opportunity to learn firsthand about funeral service in our society today.
Reinbold-Novak Funeral Home has created a memorial garden with flag pole to honor all Sheboygan County men and women who bravely served the United States during both peacetime and war. On Memorial Day, Friday, May 30, 2003, we dedicated this area at South Twelfth Street and Spruce Court. Dignitaries in attendance were: State Senator Joe Leibham, The Honorable James Schramm Mayor of Sheboygan, Alderman Daniel Berg and the City of Sheboygan Police Honor Guard. More than fifty veteran honorees representing area Veteran of Foreign Wars Posts were in attendance. An Invocation was given by Deacon Michael Burch, Parish Director of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church.
Representatives of the United States Army and United States Navy conducted the Military Honors. This detail was supplied by the Military Honors Program through the Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs.