Aycock Funeral Home


Sidney Warren Reese Jr

March 5, 1936April 25, 2021

Sidney Warren Reese Jr was born on March 5, 1936 and passed away on April 25, 2021 and is under the care of Aycock Funeral Home.

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Sidney Warren Reese Jr

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Ben Sanford

May 1, 2021

I am looking and fail to my”memories”. Maybe duplicate but such a fine gentle man. 3 memories first, on to or thru Miami there were never a time he failed to show at the airport always in advance. This was great for us but it did lend to so good time together visiting. Always graciously displaying “the pink house” with an offer “but you need to let us know”! We were thereen route to Bahamas Belize Key West and Miami Open tennis and yes OIrange Bowl. Once my medical meeting , I brought mother. Though I had a great room at Mandaru, she went to visit Sid so Jan and Sid gave her a fine visit. Finally the wood Christmas and business cards were so cute and unique. I wish we could have taken him to Belize for maj agony wood which I think he used. Many great memories of cousin Sid to retain. Our love and prayers to all. Cousin Ben

Elizabeth Sanford Hare

April 30, 2021

I am the youngest daughter of Benjamin Sanford Jr., 2nd cousin to Sid Reese. I wanted to share of my memories of one my lovely encounters with cousin Sid. Once when I was in high school, my parents, myself, and two of my friends were on our way for our spring break vacation and we stopped through Miami. Sid was there to pick us up from the airport, show us around town, and host us in his beautiful home. Sid and Jan were so good to us while we were there and took us in as his own. Sid was a wonderful historian and tour guide where we saw and heard it all. He showed us his beautiful church and history behind it. We marveled at his artwork/craft throughout his beautiful home. It was evident the time and care he took for what meant most to him, family, church, and his craft. I will cherish my memories of Sid and pass those stories along to my kids. May Sid Rest In Peace and God be with us.

Herbert S. Moncier

April 27, 2021

Sid was one of those who literally would give you the shirt off of his back. He thrived on doing things for others, helping and most importantly caring. He was very proud of his children and often talked of them. Sid worked with my son, Adam on our mountain home and taught Adam some of his skills. His kindness was a reflection on his parents. He reminded me so much of his father, Sid Sr. My cousins on my mothers side recently had a zoom visitation. Sid III was at the nursing home with Sid Jr. I hope that Sid Jr. was able to comprehend some of the visit. We all enjoyed visiting with Sid Jr. and Sid III and now - it being so close to his passing - it was a very special time. To his children and grandchildren, my most sincere condolences.