Reg, Redge, Redgie, Reggie, Reginald. Ray. Dorff. Ashahikawa Japan in authentic Enu costumes. Converts Diane D’Alo and Chris Sauer. Holding Reina Dorff (John’s first in 1991). Fred Bertch with Regs’ car and his clippers. 1956. Duvall, Washington. 1936 Hudson c1944.
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Reg, Redge, Redgie, Reggie, Reginald
Ashahikawa Japan in authentic Enu costumes.
Converts Diane D’Alo and Chris Sauer.
Holding Reina Dorff (John’s first in 1991).
Fred Bertch with Regs’ car and his clippers.1956
1936 Hudson c1944
Supporting the Scouts with our camper.
Removing a tree with Tom 1975
Christmas in 1970 with Tom Dorff’s family.
David at 2 1/2 months
Dorff Family 1968
With John in the Doughboy in 1969.
Huerfanito Mexico Cabin
He loved to add notes or corrections in the margins.
Note the Redwood fence in the back yard.
Reg was a trendsetter with his new 4 door truck.
Proud father of 1st graduating son.
Reg’s Father Lester with the family Hudson.
2 years in.
Reg and his brothers.
In the back yard of the Tooele, Utah house.
Labor Day 1967 Army Surplus Tent
Bruce, Tom, Ruth, Reg
Organ of Detroit Branch
Detroit Branch associates.Neil Andrews, Ralph Christiansen, Chet and Dan
Tooele High 1958.
What does one do with a Sombrerro?
Provo near Graduation Time
The Great Reunion
Homecoming Spanish Club Float
Red Coach house in 1961.
Detroit house that Reg helped build with his father (with his Grandparents)
Reg and Doralea’s 1st Christmas.
Chief bottle washer
Marv Anderson and wife enroute to Mexico on bus. Long time friend, fellow scouter, and teaching associate.
56 Ford and Fogel’s hand-me-down aluminum trailor (in Big Bear).
Vindication Argentine Converts
Reg in 1941
Our family owes a great debt to Long Time Neighbors, the Luedtke’s for their many years of selfless service.
Bought at auction for $50