Marcia Lee Reeves
June 30, 1939 – March 11, 2020
Marcia and Dell “Chief” Reeves, life-time lovers and together again when at age 80, Marcia Lee Reeves passed away March 11, 2020 in West Valley City, Utah. She was born on June 30, 1939 to Addison Perry and Peggy Marrow in Salt Lake City, Utah. She met and married the love of her life, Dell “Chief” Reeves, and together they created a wonderful family. Marcia worked hard as an electrician for many years. She leaves behind her loving children: Rick and Scott; grandchildren and many beloved family members. She will be laid to rest with her Dell, and next to her son, Chad. As requested by the family, services are private. God Bless each of you and thank you for all of your love and support during this difficult time of loss. Friends and family may share condolences at email@example.com
Marcia Lee Reeves
March 23, 2020
I'm having a hard time thinking that your really gone. I couldn't wait for our weekly talks. We confided in each other about everything that was going on. I never called anyone mom since my mom died, except for you. The past 30 years we shared I will treasure for the rest of my life. I will miss you deeply mom. And love you forever. Elaine Cutaia
March 15, 2020
I can't believe you're really gone. I mean, logically I knew it would happen eventually, but I always hoped it wouldn't. You and I didn't always see eye to eye as I grew up. Our relationship always had its ups and downs. We started off rough, but we got a lot better as I grew into an adult. For what it's worth, I always appreciated your blunt honesty and your sense of humor. I always admired your consistency and relentless work ethic. You and I had a special relationship because we could always be honest, sometimes painfully, and we always knew exactly where the other stood.
I will deeply miss our weekly phone calls to talk about anything and everything. From the mundane day to day, knee pains and doctor's appointments, my kids or my job, or telling ghost/alien stories; you were always good for an interesting conversation. I will cherish those memories. My kids will miss those calls as well. I'm glad they all got to meet you in person and spend some time with you on our last couple trips back home.
I hope you're at peace now. I hope your passing was as effortless as blinking an eye, and that our family was there to greet and comfort you. I hope you're celebrating with Grandpa and Uncle Chad before getting settled into whatever endeavors await you on the other side. I love you Gram. Until we meet again.
- Your grandson
Mary Lou Hobart
March 14, 2020
I’m so happy to have had you in my life. I will miss you more than ever. You will always be with me in my heart. I love you mom❤️
Love you forever and ever and ever until we meet again.