Breitenbach-Anderson Funeral Home

517 S. Sutphin, Middletown, OH


Bobby Ray Reeves

December 13, 1974July 26, 2019

Bobby Ray Reeves, age 44 of Middletown, passed away Friday, July 26, 2019 at his residence. He was born December 13, 1974 in Hamilton, Ohio the son of Dillard Leonard Asher and Judy Deglores Reeves. He is survived by his wife, Sheila Rae (Jarvis) Reeves; daughters, Breanna Dawn Reeves and Minnie Chaney; son, David Aaron Reeves; granddaughter, Sylvia Rose Reeves; sister, Elizabeth Joseph; brothers, James Joseph and Daniel Morningstar; cousins, Jill, Jenny, Robbie and Cindra Burton, Brian and Kay Gibson, Kathy Harris, Rayetta Fields Johnna Morris, Russell Hatfield and Deborah Frazier; aunts, Vicky Harvey and Carol Harris; and his uncle, Ernest Burton. Bobby was preceded in death by his mother, and Charles Hoskins, the man who raised him.

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Breanna Reeves

August 9, 2019

When you lose a loved one, there is no way describing the feeling you have. I never thought that you would pass so soon. So unexpectedly. Honestly, as I write this I can't help but cry. I'm sad that the world has lost such a soul as yours. I know that we didn't always get along or see the world the same way. I was as you said " hard headed" Thank you for being my father. Most of all, thank you for being my bestfriend for 21 years of my life. You named me "Breanna" because it meant bringing in the light. You named me " Dawn" because both my mother and you shared the same middle name ( Ray/Rae) and to you two rays made a Beautiful dawn. You put so much thought into my life before I had even been born. You said I would be one with Nature and So I was. Now you are with nature. I love you and always will daddy

Deborah Frazier

August 8, 2019

I grew up with this man. I was with him throughout his entire life. Watched him grow from child into a man. I was there when he lost his grandfather and we cried together. When I lost my mother he was with me throughout the entire funeral and burial. His shirt stained with my tears and all he did was comfort me. When he had his son he was so proud that he told me with the biggest smile. When he divorced I was there once again. When he met a wonderful woman that he cared about he introduced Shelia Rae Reeves. With her they raised a beautiful daughter Brianna. Tragedy hit once again his daughter was struck by a vehicle. He ran to me upset and crying I sat with him for hours while he screamed, yelled, cussed and cried. I had the honor to be his friend for over thirty four years but we were cousins as I found out later on. He was and always will be my best friend.
Love always Bobby Ray Reeves