Gary was a Son, a Father, a Grandfather, a Friend. He was a fantastic drummer. You could classify him as a professional. He was that good. A music man- and a family man.
Gary W. Redner, 55, was killed between 7 p.m. Saturday and 6 a.m. Sunday at his house in the 400 block of Reberís Bridge Road in State Hill, Lower Heidelberg Township.
Gary was executive vice president of Redner's Markets and procurement and director of wholesale operations.
Redner's Markets executive murdered in his home, state police say
Article Dated March 10, 2008
Click on the Reading Eagle article dated 8/26/2012 to read it on the readingeagle.com site
Report dated 3/7/2013
New details revealed in cold case killing of Gary Redner
Grocery store executive killed near home 5 years ago this weekend
Investigators said they need more information and believe someone out there knows something. Even the smallest tip could help, and they want people to come forward to help close this case.
Report dated 3/8/2013
Gary Redner's son speaks out about dad's murder, search for justice
Grocery store executive found dead near Lower Heidelberg home in 2008
Billboard along Route 73, Oley
Redner's Family Remembers Slain Loved One
Rednerís executive slain at Lower Heidelberg Township home; police release few details
Article Dated March 11, 2008
Almost 30 troopers are working on the killing of Gary W. Redner, the supermarket chainís executive vice president, a state police lieutenant says.
Berks authorities say Redner was fatally beaten
Article Dated 3/12/2008
Berks district attorney confirms some details of Redner killing, 3/12/2008
The autopsy indicated Gary died of head injuries. District Attorney John Adams appealed to anyone with information, however small, to contact authorities. Please Help!
Gary had been in a tavern less than a quarter-mile from his house the night before he was found dead. Ganlyís Pub & Restaurant, 500 Brownsville Road Authorities said they were not aware of any dispute or trouble that took place.
Redner fought back, DA says Troopers believe the killer or killers of the supermarket chain executive may have sought treatment for injuries.
Article Dated 3/14/2008
Remembering Gary, His Family and Friends as they wait for Truth and Justice.
Article dated 3/9/2008
Berks County supermarket executive's murder is unsolved after a year
Eric B. White, left, of Redner's Warehouse Markets and Barry Rohrbach of Crime Alert Berks County announce an increase in the reward in the 2008 killing of a Redner's executive.
9/8/2011 Reward Increased to $120,000.00 $9,000 added to the reward was made possible by donations from Guido M. Pichini, chief executive of Security Guards Inc., Wyomissing, and Hamid B. Chaudhry, owner of the Exeter Township and Kenhorst Dairy Queen restaurants.
Tipsters with crime information can call 877-373-9913 anytime or contact Crime Alert at its website at www.alertberks.org No one will ask the name of the caller, who will be assigned a code number.
Report dated 6/29/2009
Reward Increased to $111,000.00 For Information Leading to An Arrest for Gary's Murder
Reward in Redner murder increased to $100,000
Leon Snyder, owner of Snyder Construction Inc. of Fleetwood, gave the organization a $5,000 checking, bringing the total reward to $100,000, Barry Rohrbach, organization president, said.
Last week a group of anonymous donors added $5,000 to the previous $90,000 reward, which has increased nearly every week since the March 9 slaying. The reward also includes
$5,000 from Phipps Label Co. of Sinking Spring.
$5,000 from Kozloff Stoudt Attorneys, Wyomissing
$10,000 from Crime Alert Berks County.
$35,000 from Rednerís Markets Inc.
$10,000 from the Redner family.
Article Dated 5/2/2008
Reward in Redner case is increased to $95,000
Article Dated 4/23/2008
"I wish we could have closure on this thing for the family," Rohrbach said. "This investigation is costing a lot of money with all of the state troopers working on it. Thatís why itís so important that someone calls in with information that leads to an arrest. Then they can wrap up the case and end the investigation."
April 26, 2008 Email crime alert here!
Berks County district attorney and police silent as reward in Redner slaying up to $90,000
Article Dated 4/18/2008
Reward Reaches $85,000 in Redner Murder Case
Article Dated 4/12/2008
Reward in Redner murder is increased to $60,000
Article Dated 4/1/2008
Reward in Redner murder reaches $45,000
Article Dated 3/20/2008
Reward Doubled in Redner Murder Case $40,000.
article posted 3/18/2008
The Redners have added $10,000 of their own money to the reward. That's in addition to the $10,000 Crime Alert Berks County is already offering. Any Information is IMPORTANT! Please Help!
**State police are asking anyone with information ** about a friend, family member or acquaintance who may have unexplained wounds to contact them at 610-378-4011 or Crime Alert Berks County at 877-373-9913 or www.alertberks.org
Report dated 7/24/2008
Authorities Publicize Unsolved Murder Case Statewide
Article dated 9/3/2010
Jason Kahl: Tight lid on probe in Redner murder
Report dated 10/7/2010
Tips Take Investigators On Gary Redner Case Down South
Article dated 10/30/2010
Despite record reward, dogged probe, Redner killing a mystery