OBITUARY

Reid Grice Ledford

November 2, 1948April 12, 2014

Reid Grice Ledford, age 65, died suddenly Saturday, April 12, 2014 at his residence. Born on November 2, 1948 in Raleigh, he was a son of the late Raymond Bruce Ledford and Hilda Juanita Grice Ledford. Mr. Ledford was a graduate of Appalachian State University and attended Central Church of God. He will be remembered as a true family man who loved children especially his grandchildren. In his spare time, he enjoyed music and pulling for his favorite NASCAR teams, Kevin Harvick and Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Mr. Ledford was a true believer of Jesus Christ and a supporter of our United States Armed Forces.

A private memorial service to celebrate his life was held at his residence.

Mr. Ledford is survived by his wife, Cheryl Kunz Ledford; two sons, Scott Ledford, of Charleston, SC, Beau Ledford and wife Suzanne, of Charleston, SC; a daughter, Kristi Snow and husband Justin, of Raleigh; a brother, Ray Ledford and wife Patsy, of Waxhaw; a sister, Robyn Niell, of Charlotte; a stepmother, Freddye Ledford, of Wilmington; three grandchildren, Tyler Snow, Nicole Snow, Caden Ledford and his two special dogs, Spanky and Lexi.

Memorials may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, PO Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675. Online at www.woundedwarriorproject.org

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Jim Robinson

June 25, 2014

A really good guy

Maria Garcia

April 22, 2014

I was Blessed to have worked with Reid.
I can't express how sad I am over his passing, I will truly miss him. He was such a beautiful person no matter how bad he was feeling health wise he was always pleasant, happy and grateful to God! R.I.P. Reid you will forever be in my heart and I will miss you so much! My condolences to Cheryl and family, he truly loved all of you, he always spoke of all of you with such joy! My Prayers are with you and I ask God to keep you all strong! Heaven has gained another Angel!

April 21, 2014

To then entire Ledford family, especially Ray and Patsy, please accept my sincere condolences for Reid's passing. My prayers are with you all.

Nancy Sellers Rego

Mark Harris

April 21, 2014

To Cheryl and Ray, my deepest sympathies at your loss. Reid was a good man who had a hard life but just kept going. He will be missed but his days of suffering and pain are over now. I worked with Reid know him to be a brother in Christ who I know is with Jesus now. My prayers for the family are to remember the good times and know how proud of his family he was. He spoke of you often, especially once the grandchildren started coming.

April 21, 2014

To the Ledford Family,
I have great memories of Reid. I was a class mate of his in he 5th & 6th grade at Pine Wood Elem. We played little league baseball, on the same team (ESSO was the team name), he played 1st base, I played 3rd base. We went to Smith Jr Hi. together, he played football, I played basketball, his football coach nicknamed him CRAZY LEGS he never quit running. I played football in the 9th grade, the coach let me throw 1 pass, guess who caught it Reid. Reid went to South Meck, I went to Myers Park. Reid went A.S.U., I went to different college on basketball scholarship 1968. I became disabled 18mo. later, it took 2yrs to recover, I was looking for a college to transfer to, Reid came into my life again, we talked an he suggested A.S.U.. I took his advice and he helped me find an apartment in Boone, NC I graduated in 1975. He was a friend and an encourager and he will be missed. John Needy Spartanburg, SC

April 20, 2014

WE WERE SADDENED TO HEAR OF REID'S PASSING AND THEN JOYFUL TO KNOW HIS SUFFERING IS NO MORE AND THAT WITHOUT QUESTION HE IS WITH HIS LORD AND SAVIOR.
WITH LOVE TO THE ENTIRE FAMILY,
LARRY AND CAROL ANN

Susan Ferguson

April 20, 2014

To Reid's family, Ray and Patsy in particular, please accept my deepest sympathy for your loss. I will always remember Reid for his kind and gentle manner.

April 20, 2014

Ray and Patsy and family....Sorry about the grief at this time. Bobbie and I will be praying for "you all".

Gene and Bobbie Curtis

FROM THE FAMILY