Brian Rehnberg Death, Obituary – Firefighter and Engineer Brian “Tater” Rehnberg has passed away, and it is with great sadness that the North Park Fire Protection District shares the news with the community. The firefighter Rehnberg was an active member of the department and had only recently regained his EMT certification after returning to the organization. Brian was constantly striving to improve both himself and people in his immediate environment. In the past, he had also worked for the Cherry Valley Fire Department and the Lifeline ambulance. During this trying time, please remember to keep his family in your thoughts and prayers.
As preparations are finalized we will keep everyone posted. The news of Brian’s passing came as a complete shock to me this morning when I was watching the news on television. In the realm of firefighting and emergency medical services, Brian was a buddy and a comrade. My soul hurts because the world has lost such a remarkable man. Brian was a kind and generous person who was always prepared to lend a hand to those in need. As a firefighter and emergency medical technician, Brian dedicated his life to assisting other people. Brian was a person who put in a lot of effort. When there was work that needed to be finished, Brian was the first person to volunteer his assistance and stay at it until the task was finished.
We remember that shortly after I had purchased my property, Brian came up to help me clear the area on many times. He was a big help. We had a good time, put in a lot of effort, and made significant progress. I will always treasure the talks we had and the time we spent together as friends. Brian devoted his entire being to the love of his family. Throughout our chats, Brian frequently brought them up. It is my hope that his family may find solace in the remembrances of Brian the man, the firefighter and emergency medical technician, the friend, and the father and husband that others have shared with them. You are going to be missed, my good friend. Many thanks for the fun moments we’ve had together! Job well done!! RIP Brian!