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Date of Birth: February 14, 1889
Date of Death: November 19, 1974
Hometown: Edinburgh, IN
Alma Mater: Butler 
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|2/23/1911||Butler at Kentucky||W||21 - 16||-||-||-||-||0||0||-||Referee - J.O. Van Meter (Lexington YMCA) and Umpire - Clarence Reidenbach (Butler)|
Obituary - Oakland Tribune (November 20, 1974)
Memorial Friday for Dr. Reidenbach
Memorial services will be conducted Friday at the First Congregational Church for Dr. Clarence Reidenbach, church pastor for 29 years and pastor emeritus for the last 12 years.
Dr. Reidenbach died yesterday at an Oakland hospital after a short illness at the age of 85.
Private family services are scheduled tomorrow under the auspices of the Albert Brown Mortuary, 3476 Piedmont Ave.
Dr. Reidenbach became pastor of the First Congregational Church, now located at 2501 Harrison St., in 1933 after serving pastorates in Milford, Conn., Indianapolis, Kansas City, Mo., and Holyoke, Mass.
He was a graduate of Butler College in Indiana and Yale Divinity School. He also held a doctor of philosophy degree from Yale and received an honorary doctor of divinity degree from Drury College in Missouri in 1935.
Dr. Reidenbach, a native of Indiana, enjoyed the rare distinction of being made an honorary member of Alcoholics Anonymous in 1945 in recognition of his humanitarian service to hundreds of alcoholics.
While taking a psychiatry course at the University of California Medical School, the professor asked him to prepare a 14-page report on "AA as Religion." The professor subsequently delivered the report at a medical convention and Dr. Reidenbach was launched on a career of humanitarian service to alcoholics.
Dr. Reidenbach also served on the Prudential Committee of the American Board of Foreign Missions, the board of the Northern California Congregational Conference, as a trustee of the Pacific School of Religion, as a member of the American Philosophical Association and the Boy Scouts of America advisory board. He was chairman of the Heart Fund for two years and a member of the board of the Alameda County Heart Association as well as the advisory board of the Children's Guild and Home Society.
Dr. Reidenbach also was a member of Sequoia Lodge No. 349 F. & A.M. of Oakland and Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies and was grand chaplain for the Grand Masonic Lodges of California.
Survivors include his wife Hildred of the family home at 451 Lee St., and four grandchildren, Michael of Oakland, Sandra Weaver and James of Berkeley and Patricia of San Francisco.