Brian “Tater” Rehnberg Obituary, Firefighter/Engineer Brian “Tater” Rehnberg has died

Brian “Tater” Rehnberg Obituary, Death – The North Park Fire Protection District wishes to express its deepest condolences to the community on the passing of Firefighter and Engineer Brian “Tater” Rehnberg. It is with great sadness that the district shares the news with the community. The firefighter Rehnberg was an active member of the department and had just recently regained his EMT certification after rejoining the organization. He was also a member of the department’s rescue squad.

Brian was always working to better himself as well as those who were closest to him in his immediate environment. He had also previously held positions at the Cherry Valley Fire Department and the Lifeline ambulance service. It is important that you remember to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers as they go through this difficult time. As arrangements are made we will keep everyone posted.

As I was watching the news this morning, I was shocked to hear of the passing of Brian. Brian was a friend & comrade in the world of Fire/EMS. My heart is sad with the loss of this amazing man! Brian had the biggest heart and was willing to help anyone in need! Brian lived and breathed helping others through his service as an FF/EMT. Brian was extremely hard-working. If a project needed to be completed, Brian would step up and lend a hand every time and work until the job was done.

I remember shortly after I had purchased my property, Brian came up on multiple occasions to assist me with clearing the land. We laughed, worked hard, and accomplished much. I will cherish our conversations and time together as friends. Brian loved his family with all his heart. Brian spoke of them often in our conversations. May his family find comfort in the memories that others share through their love and respect for Brian the man, the FF/EMT, the friend, and the father/husband.
I will miss you, my friend! Thank you for all the great times! Job well done!! RIP Brian! ~ Kathy Dobson