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Violet Mary Reyes

June 5, 1930November 11, 2020
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Violet Mary Reyes, "Vi" age 90, of Highland, Indiana passed away on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Survived by her significant other James Deasy; two daughters Tammy (Fiancé Chet Wagner) Kowaliski of Hammond IN, and Rita (Ed) Wichmann of Frazier Park California; two grandchildren Bobby ( Angel) Jaime and David Jaime; six great- grandchildren: Alina, Bobby, Anaya, Aislynn, Kaiden, and Jaxon Jaime. Preceded in death by her husband Rudy Reyes. Funeral services will be held Friday, November 20, 2020 at 11:00 AM at Kuiper Funeral Home 9039 Kleinman Rd (two blocks south of Ridge RD) Highland, IN. Friends may visit with the family on Friday morning from 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM (time of service) at the funeral home. Vi was a very classy lady with impeccable style and a knack for decorating, she loved her family, and her home. She loved her cat and we love her more. Per the Governor's mandate masks must be worn at all times, social distancing must be followed and a limit of 25 people inside will be strictly enforced.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.KuiperFH.com for the Reyes family.

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Cindy Prayzner

November 19, 2020

Vi was a very dear friend of mine. She was a very beautiful, loving person with a huge heart. I will always remember her and feel fortunate to have called her my friend. Deepest sympathy and love to Tammy and the family.

Tambra Kowaleski

November 19, 2020

I LOVE YOU MORE MOM...❤

Lisa OBrien

November 17, 2020

My Aunt Vi, She was by far My Favorite Aunt, even when she made me eat everything on my plate, I spent countless days and nights there at the house , Uncle Rudy was always at work, I do remember when he came home from working 3-11's she would have a giant steak waiting for him and a big jar of salsa right next to it. She would stay up all night cleaning and talking on the phone(to my mom) so I loved staying there because we got to stay up so late.
Soon came to realize that this Reyes house slept in very late, sometime till afternoon . She told me "Lisa , if you get up before I do just come into the kitchen and turn the TV on. " I was so relieved to be given permission to do this. It was always the best times. So much laughter, So much love. I will always treasure my precious memories , My mom's best friend , I love you so much, My heart aches for all who love her .

Angel Jaime

November 17, 2020

This woman was my husband's "cramaw"❤ she loved her family immensely and unconditionally. I have had such a bond with her since Bobby and I started dating and I love her so much. She was with us for the birth of my children, really, she was a part of everything. Even though we are all heartbroken that she is not with us here anymore, which doesn't seem real, I am forever grateful that I had the privilege of having her as my "cramaw" too. She has impacted my life in so many ways, especially with my interior decorating 😁 she always knew what they were doin' these days. She was a very sharp, classy lady. A timeless beauty. Love you always, Grandma Vi

Belle Keiser

November 16, 2020

Remember as a child taking friends to visit her so they could see how pretty she was 💖She was so kind ❤️She,Rudy & my mom & dad (Reyes & Freddy Maez)were long time friends,dancing in heaven together🙏So very sorry for your family’s loss....💔

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