Volume 53, Number 5

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Obituaries

Ward Lester Reeder
October 8, 1935 - April 19, 2009

BYRDSTOWN--Ward Lester
Reeder, 73, 1110 Reeder Rd.,
Byrdstown, passed away April
19, 2009 at Livingston Regional
Hospital. He was an
electrician and a carpenter.
He was born Oct. 8, 1935 in
Pickett County, the son of
Ozby and Martha (Flowers)
Reeder. He lived most of his
life in Pickett
County and
was a veteran
serving in the
Navy.
He was preceded
in death
by his parents;
wife,
Glenda Faye
Reeder; five
brothers Earl,
Cee, Junior, Jessie and Jim
Reeder; brother-in-law Keith
Harding; three sisters-in-law
Lafonda Harding, Frances
“Bea” Reeder and Irene
Reeder.
Surviving relatives include
two daughters, Lesa Beaty
and husband, Darrell, Pall
Mall; Tammy McLearran,
Jamestown; two sons, Leslie
Reeder and wife, Barb, and
Robert Reeder and wife,
Nicole, all of Byrdstown; sister,
Lucille Smith, English,
In.; brother, Donnie Reeder,
Byrdstown; 11 grandchildren,
three great grandchildren,
and special friend, Cristy
Beaty, Byrdstown.
Funeral services were held
April 21 at 2 p.m. from Brown
Funeral Chapel with Bro.
Ricky Cross and Bro. Austin
Flowers officiating. Burial
was at Story Cemetery. Pallbearers
were: Lonnie, Donnie,
Larry, Danny, and Ray
Reeder and Pete Rich. Honorary
pallbearers were David
and Michael Harding, Tony
and David Smith and Robert
Harding. Special care was
provided by Brown Funeral
Chapel of Byrdstown.
Brown Funeral Chapel 24-Hour
Funeral News 864-3696

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