Leo C. Reise, the first Ontario region president of the Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating, died on Sunday, Junly 26. He was 95.
He had three careers, including playing in the NHL from 1945 to 1954 with Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings and New York Rangers. While with Detroit he was on two Stanley Cup Teams 1950 and 1952, selected on the All Star Team twice and participated in four All Star Games. (He played a total of 546 games in his NHL career).
He managed a wholesale plumbing and heating company for many years, while studying for business and taking certificate courses and finally receiving his BA from McMaster by extension in May 25, 1972. Following this he received his CGA degree now known as CPA-CGA in Setp. 1, 1981.
He was married for 72 to Geraldine Muntz, and they had three children.