Elizabeth Ann Reinecker

September 6, 1944April 15, 2021

Elizabeth A. (Moore) Reinecker, age 76, of Dartmouth, MA died peacefully at home on Thursday April 15th after a courageous battle with vascular dementia. She was the wife of Richard (Rick) Reinecker whom she married on December 9, 1967. Liz was a devoted mother to her loving daughters Kris Collins and her husband Leroy of Millbury, Deidre Hart and her husband Andrew of Dartmouth, and Traci Calabrese and her husband Daniel of Dartmouth. Her greatest joy was being an exceptional Grammy, Diddy, Gabby to Payton and Darien Collins, Jackson and Sydney Hart, and Daley and Kedzie Calabrese. She also leaves a brother John Moore and wife Jane of Marblehead, MA, and several pupper dog doozlers.

Liz was born in Johnstown, PA to Ann and John Moore on September 6,1944. She graduated from Westmont Hilltop High School in 1962 where she was captain of the cheerleading squad, sang in her Presbetyrian church choir, and played the piano. She earned her Bachelor's Degree from Westchester State University in 1966 with a degree in Elementary Education. Liz was a school teacher for many years before she became a full-time mother to her three beautiful children. She ended her career as a bank teller for Compass/Sovereign Bank.

Liz loved travelling both near and far with friends and family, Monday night Bingo, Tuesday night movie nights, Wednesday morning breakfast group, and Thursday evening cards where she consistently beat the pants off of her friends and took their money. She enjoyed any and all time spent with her family, in particular her Broadway subscription to PPAC with her daughters, and cheering her grandchildren on at any and all of their various activities. She will be missed dearly by all who knew and loved her. Although I love flowers very much, I won’t see them when I’m gone, so in lieu of flowers: Please buy lunch for a friend.

Spend some time with a single flower, stop and enjoy that one, maybe a daisy, or a carnation, those were my favorite.

Play a board game, or play cards with family and friends (maybe win their money!) Watch birds, especially cardinals, those will be Rick and I coming back to check on you. In lieu of flowers… I wish for you to flower I wish for you to blossom, to open, to be beautiful.

Liz’s visitation will be held on Saturday, April 17, 2021 from 4:00 to 5:00PM in the WARING-SULLIVAN HOME at DARTMOUTH, 230 Russells Mills Road, Dartmouth, MA 02748. Funeral service to follow at 5:00PM. Relatives and friends are invited. To leave a note of condolence:



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Nancy Beberness

May 2, 2021

So sorry to hear Of Liz's passing. May she Rest in Peace

Lori DeSouza

April 20, 2021

I worked with Liz at the bank for many years & she was a absolute joy to work with. I honestly don’t think there was ever a day that she wasn’t smiling, she had a kind heart, & was a genuine woman. I always loved when she’d start a conversation with, “so I said to myself, self” & proceed with the story, it always made me laugh! Then of course when we car pooled to take a class or attend a corporate event, she could make me laugh so hard that I would be in tears (I lost my balls).., you had to be there! Even after she retired from the bank and I moved to a different location Liz made it a point to visit me just to check in to see how I was doing & I never told her how much that meant to me but I really hope that she knew. Only the old bank crew will understand this.., my sweet “Heineken” , I pray that you are now reunited with Rick, although I will miss you dearly I pray that you will RIP, I’ll be watching for the Cardinals ❤️.
Deidre, Traci, & Krisi, my heartfelt sympathy to each of you & your families. I wanted my last memories of your Mom to be happy which is why I didn’t come to pay my respects, my last memory is her telling me about her amazing grandkids and of course her upcoming trips. I did join the online service & it was a beautiful service, I truly believe that your Mom gave each one of you the courage & strength to get through that & I’m positive that she was very proud of all of you.

Carol Schwarzmann

April 17, 2021

We have just finished Live Streaming Liz’s funeral service. If Rick had been able to be there, he would have been firing the cannon, saluting not only Liz but also The Girls saying, Well Done!”

Fondly, Carol and Jack Schwarzmann

Paula Desorcy

April 16, 2021

Deidre,and family
Only met your mom once,but she seemed like a nice lady.. very interested in her grandchildren..
If she was anything like you,Deidre, then she was one special person..
You are in our thoughts and prayers
Love, Leo and Paula Desorcy


April 16, 2021

Many of fun times and meeting for breakfast and bowling times. Will miss her smile and her and laugh and many of her fine qualities. Frank & Marilyn Sullivan.

Marilyn Saint-Aubin

April 16, 2021

Dear Family,
We are deeply saddened to learn of Mom’s passing! She was such a kind and loving person and a good friend. We enjoyed our many trips near and far. May your memories comfort you during this most difficult time.
Marilyn and Chuck

Bob and Betsy Thompson

April 16, 2021

Dear Deidre, Traci, and Kristin: Please accept our sincerest sympathies on the passing of your beloved Mother. We loved Liz (and Rick) very much . As you all know most of our adult lives were shared with one another. We have so many wonderful memories to relive. You gals and your family members took such good, loving care of your Mom. We will be keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers and are sending BIG hugs to you.

Chad & Lisa Bristol

April 15, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. Liz was such a bright light and we feel so lucky to have shared time with her amongst her family and friends. She will be missed. Your families are in our thoughts.