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(949) 859-8590
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Ed Reinecke, who resigned as California's lieutenant governor after a perjury conviction, dies at 92 - Los Angeles Times

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ed Reinecke, the California lieutenant governor who resigned after being convicted of perjury in a Watergate-era scandal, died Saturday in Laguna Hills.He was 92 and died of natural causes, said his son, Mark Reinecke. Reinecke was a protege of then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, who appointed him to be the state’s second-in-command in 1969.Reinecke had risen quickly in Republican politics, winning a seat in Congress in 1964 as a 40-year-old businessman with no political experience. The plainspoken Caltech graduate, who once called the House of Representatives a “posh pigeonhole,” made no secret of his aspirations to be governor and ran in 1974 while still serving as lieutenant governor. He doggedly continued his campaign after he was indicted for allegedly lying about conversations with Richard Nixon’s attorney general, John Mitchell, about an offer from a telecommunications company to underwrite the 1972 Republican National Convention.By the time Reinecke was convicted on July 28, 1974, of a single count of perjury, he had lost the primary to Houston Flournoy, who was later defeated by Democ...

Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

From there he helped design and build churches throughout the Southwest. He established congregations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona and California.Rustad, his wife and three children settled in Laguna Hills. He got involved with charitable organizations such as the AIDS Services Foundation and food-distribution programs. In the 1980s he started volunteering at Mission Hospital.Now he works nights at the hospital as an on-call trauma chaplain and days as a chaplain at St. Joseph Hospice. He's been at the bedsides of hundreds of patients who have died and has given solace to thousands of trauma victims and their families.He's on call 12 or more nights a month. Some nights he's sits with a dying patient. Others he's up all night, often the first to interact with trauma victims and their families. Whether his pager buzzes once a night or throughout it, he is ready 24 hours a day. He has no private phone number."Almost everyone will go through an experience where they question if there is a God," Rustad said. "I come as a friend and help them sort out the fragments of their lives."For most of his life, Rustad deals with death and dying. He recharges his soul with music. He plays a dozen instruments."Music helps me take my mind off some of the trauma and refocus," he said. "Music is one of God's gifts to man, and the right kind of music can soothe the mind. It's kind of like thinking with sounds."Pam Pullen won't forget the compassionate, down-to-earth man from Texas. Pullen and her husband, Dave, were struck by a motorist while biking along Olympiad in Mission Viejo in May 2006. She was critically injured.Rustad organized a Web site, put together a life video of Dave Pullen and drove Pam Pullen around town to find a place to hold her husband's memorial after she left the hospital a month after their accident."Roger was in the room with me when they told me Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, whose husband, John, was run down by a driver in the Aliso Viejo Town Center, said she couldn't have made it without Rustad's help."He was the first person we were greeted by," she said days after the man who almost killed her husband was sentenced to 15 years. "He gave us guidance to be strong. If there was anything we needed, he was there."•••In his more than 35 years of ministry, the Cobles' tragedy was the hardest Rustad had faced."I've worked many times with parents who've lost a child in a car accident or drowning, but I never had one where they lost all three instantly," he said.At the end of that long day, Rustad walked back into the Cobles' room. He told them everything was set, including the limousines, caskets, church, headstones and engraved bench. They broke down and sobbed.Rustad almost immediately set up a memorial fund and Web site with pictures of Kyle, 5, Emma, 4, and Katie, 2. Within hours tributes, condolence messages and offers of help abounded. A computer from the nurses' station helped the couple see the public outpouring. About one message came in each minute.After that day, Rustad put his other job on hold. Each day he was with the Cobles. He finished plans for the funeral and answered thousands of e-mails that came to www.lifetomotion.com.After the funeral, Rustad returned to on-call duty at the hospital."Roger was huge for us," Lori Coble said. "He knew what to do. We'd just lost all three of our kids. He stepped up and did it all. If we tried to convey in words what he did, it would be an understatement."Contact the writer: 949-454-7307 or eritchie@ocregister.comDigital & Driveway Delivery - 50% OffMost Popular...

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Ed Reinecke, who resigned as California's lieutenant governor after a perjury conviction, dies at 92 - Los Angeles Times

Monday, January 02, 2017

Ed Reinecke, the California lieutenant governor who resigned after being convicted of perjury in a Watergate-era scandal, died Saturday in Laguna Hills.He was 92 and died of natural causes, said his son, Mark Reinecke. Reinecke was a protege of then-Gov. Ronald Reagan, who appointed him to be the state’s second-in-command in 1969.Reinecke had risen quickly in Republican politics, winning a seat in Congress in 1964 as a 40-year-old businessman with no political experience. The plainspoken Caltech graduate, who once called the House of Representatives a “posh pigeonhole,” made no secret of his aspirations to be governor and ran in 1974 while still serving as lieutenant governor. He doggedly continued his campaign after he was indicted for allegedly lying about conversations with Richard Nixon’s attorney general, John Mitchell, about an offer from a telecommunications company to underwrite the 1972 Republican National Convention.By the time Reinecke was convicted on July 28, 1974, of a single count of perjury, he had lost the primary to Houston Flournoy, who was later defeated by Democ...

Chaplain answers toughest calls - Orange County Register

Monday, October 24, 2016

From there he helped design and build churches throughout the Southwest. He established congregations in Arkansas, Louisiana, Arizona and California.Rustad, his wife and three children settled in Laguna Hills. He got involved with charitable organizations such as the AIDS Services Foundation and food-distribution programs. In the 1980s he started volunteering at Mission Hospital.Now he works nights at the hospital as an on-call trauma chaplain and days as a chaplain at St. Joseph Hospice. He's been at the bedsides of hundreds of patients who have died and has given solace to thousands of trauma victims and their families.He's on call 12 or more nights a month. Some nights he's sits with a dying patient. Others he's up all night, often the first to interact with trauma victims and their families. Whether his pager buzzes once a night or throughout it, he is ready 24 hours a day. He has no private phone number."Almost everyone will go through an experience where they question if there is a God," Rustad said. "I come as a friend and help them sort out the fragments of their lives."For most of his life, Rustad deals with death and dying. He recharges his soul with music. He plays a dozen instruments."Music helps me take my mind off some of the trauma and refocus," he said. "Music is one of God's gifts to man, and the right kind of music can soothe the mind. It's kind of like thinking with sounds."Pam Pullen won't forget the compassionate, down-to-earth man from Texas. Pullen and her husband, Dave, were struck by a motorist while biking along Olympiad in Mission Viejo in May 2006. She was critically injured.Rustad organized a Web site, put together a life video of Dave Pullen and drove Pam Pullen around town to find a place to hold her husband's memorial after she left the hospital a month after their accident."Roger was in the room with me when they told me Dave didn't make it," she said. "He was very compassionate. He had an understanding you could relate to. He's amazing and gives of himself. I've never met anyone like him."Arlene Royston, whose husband, John, was run down by a driver in the Aliso Viejo Town Center, said she couldn't have made it without Rustad's help."He was the first person we were greeted by," she said days after the man who almost killed her husband was sentenced to 15 years. "He gave us guidance to be strong. If there was anything we needed, he was there."•••In his more than 35 years of ministry, the Cobles' tragedy was the hardest Rustad had faced."I've worked many times with parents who've lost a child in a car accident or drowning, but I never had one where they lost all three instantly," he said.At the end of that long day, Rustad walked back into the Cobles' room. He told them everything was set, including the limousines, caskets, church, headstones and engraved bench. They broke down and sobbed.Rustad almost immediately set up a memorial fund and Web site with pictures of Kyle, 5, Emma, 4, and Katie, 2. Within hours tributes, condolence messages and offers of help abounded. A computer from the nurses' station helped the couple see the public outpouring. About one message came in each minute.After that day, Rustad put his other job on hold. Each day he was with the Cobles. He finished plans for the funeral and answered thousands of e-mails that came to www.lifetomotion.com.After the funeral, Rustad returned to on-call duty at the hospital."Roger was huge for us," Lori Coble said. "He knew what to do. We'd just lost all three of our kids. He stepped up and did it all. If we tried to convey in words what he did, it would be an understatement."Contact the writer: 949-454-7307 or eritchie@ocregister.comDigital & Driveway Delivery - 50% OffMost Popular...