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Rinner Family Tree

Updated November 13, 2002

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During the early 1900's, the Rinner family moved to America to escape the turmoil in Germany. After moving to New York, Siblings moved to California and Washington to build a life and a family. While most of this is about the family of Steven Rinner, some of it contains background from Christine Oer.

While in Washington, Steven Rinner married and moved to Texas, while his sister married and stayed in California. Steven had two sons, the first of which is Toddric Rinner. Todd (abbrivieated and formally changed for personal reasons) graduated high school and finished college in Missouri. The younger son was named Lance Rinner. Brian (formally changed due to unknown reasons) graduated high school and began college in Iowa.

The family still has remaining relatives in Germany, and while little is known, they still certainly reside in the Black Forest region of Germany. Although many names have changed, the surname of Rinner remains set in stone to this day. With the surname comes a heritage of honesty and societal responsibility that was established early on by Steven Rinner's uncle, Paul Rinner.

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