Ray M. Reeves

In Memorial

Ray M. Reeves, 92, of China Spring, passed away Thursday, February 21, 2019.

Graveside Service with military honors: 10AM Tuesday, February 26th at Patrick Cemetery near China Spring.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Charlene Reeves.

Survivors include his daughter, Joyce Wittschen and husband Albert; granddaughters, Paula Lougher and Stephanie Spring; sister-in-law, Jackie Roberson; brother-in-law, Kenneth Roberson; and cousin, Betty Brown and husband Harvey.

The family would like to acknowledge a special thank you to Baylor Scott & White Hospice, Visiting Angels and Waco V.A. Medical Center.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

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  1. R.I.P. Ray. You were a real hero. Wish more people could have heard you tell about your experience at the Battle of the Bulge.

  2. Joyce you may not remember me, I Doris Faye Reeves Haskin. Uncle Ray was my Dad’s brother, Vernon Reeves. I’m sorry to hear of Uncle Ray’s passing. My sister Charmaine Reeves Harbour will be at the services. We have a sister Margaret, three brothers Robert, James & Clayton Reeves.

    Doris Haskin
    Bryan, Tex.

  3. Charmain (Reeves) Harbour

    Joyce and family, so sad to hear of Uncle Ray’s passing. I remember watching him play his guitar when he lived with Grandma and Granddaddy in Moody. He was a sweet man. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Charmain (Reeves) Harbour

  4. Debbie Dean Hohle

    Sorry to hear of Ray’s passing. Only saw him a handful of times in my life. His first wife, Mary, and their two young boys, who were killed in a train accident in 1953 were my aunt and cousin’s.

  5. Sad to hear of Ray’s passing. Only saw him a handful of times when he would come to funerals in our family and to family reunions. I am the niece of his first wife, Mary, who was killed in a car/train accident along with their two young sons.

  6. I worked for many years with Ray at Mercury Tool. He was a good man and a steady worker. It was a pleasure knowing him.

    R.I.P. Ray & Thank you for your years of service!

  7. Peggy Stone Blake

    Sorry I didn’t make funeral. I had Therapy today in Groesbeck, where I’m now living. I remember listening to many stories of your dad . And on occasion he’d play the guitar & sing . Good neighbors back in the day. Wished I could have visited with you.

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