Reinmund, Jf, Dd
Reinmund, J.F., D.D.
a Lutheran minister, spent his boyhood and early manhood in Lancaster, Ohio, to which place he removed with his parents when thirteen years of age. His education, classical and theological; was secured at Wittenberg College. Findlay was the scene of his first pastoral labor. From Findlay he went to Lancaster, from which, after a successful pastorate, he removed, in 1868, to Springfield, where he was employed as superintendent of public schools. In 1873 he received and accepted a call to Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Dr. Reinmund was a member of the committee of the General Synod that revised the Hymn and Tune Book. In the hope of restoring his failing health he went to Jacksonville, Florida, but never returned. He died April 26, 1880. See Lutheran Observer, May 7, 1880.