In honor of Reiser and Deetie Rahn’s 50th wedding anniversary, their children, Beth Rahn Moseley (Danny) and Swaid L. Rahn (Shirley) and their grandchildren, Austin L. Rahn and Royce S. Rahn, request your presence at an anniversary tea on Oct. 19. The tea will be held at the Springfield United Methodist Church social hall from 2-4 p.m.
Reiser and Deetie were married Oct. 19, 1958, at the Springfield United Methodist Church by Rev. Kell Hinson.
Reiser’s first job out of high school was with Kieffer Construction building houses as an apprentice under Newton Kieffer. He then worked for the S&A Railroad. Later he owned his own logging business. Being successful he was featured in “Pulpwood Production & Sawmill Logging” magazine (May-June 1974). When Reiser sold out of logging, he went into construction and built several houses and barns.
Reiser and Deetie owned a world champion Appaloosa stallion named Impressive Strider. They showed horses and raised colts for a few years.
Deetie was district director of the Oleander district of the Georgia Garden Club. She was substantial in founding the Poppy Trail Garden Club.
Deetie also kept the payroll and was bookkeeper for Reiser’s logging business. At 49, she decided to go into real estate and has been a realtor ever since. She has won numerous awards and has been a continuing member to the Distinguished Sales Society of the Savannah Board of Realtors. At the height of her career, she and her daughter, Beth, were number nine in the nation as an ERA team.
Deetie is an esteemed member of the Platinum Properties Real Estate Group. She works closely with Lisa Mock who is owner and broker in all aspects of land, commercial, residential and rental real estate.
No invitations are being sent; please join the family on Oct. 19. No gifts please.