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February 25, 2011
Never knew Doctor Reed well but just reading about him gives you all thats needed to see what a wonderful man he was. Our hearts go out to his sweet wife Ann and to all his Children and gand children. David and Brooke we are thinking about you and Hayden. Our love and thougts are with you at this time. Love, Aunt Linda and Uncle Tom.
February 25, 2011
Our world was made better by having Dr. Reed in it. My sincerest condolences to his family during the sorrowful time. I know the God can give comfort. It was such an encouragement and uplift when I saw him sometimes daily and I would ask him how he was he would always reply "better than I deserve" and smile. If you were down that lifted you up. It is comforting to know that when he closed his eyes the final time he opened them for the first time on the other side of Jordan and saw the Face of Jesus. Again my deepest sympathy

Toni Johnson
Palmetto Baptist Out Patient Surgery
February 25, 2011
I did not know Dr Reed personally, but I, too, am a descendant of Samuel Reed and Mary Clark. As I read his obituary and the wonderful tributes to him, I feel that I do in fact know him. How grateful I am to learn that he was a faithful follower and servant of our Lord. I look forward to meeting him in Heaven. To his family I send condolences and prayers as you adjust to the present loss of your loved one.
Mary Ellen Hill, Bluffton, SC
February 25, 2011
My deepest sympathy to the family. Dr. Reed was a wonderful Doctor and human being. What a blessing he was to so many.
February 25, 2011
Ann, children, grandchildren, George & Robert
Our thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Stan will be missed by a lot of people. I was priviledged to know him & the family for most of my life.
Gloria & Fannie Knight . Eastover,SC
February 24, 2011
I was deeply saddened when I learned about Dr. Reed’s passing. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies for your loss.
Dr. Reed was a special person indeed; He was my mom’s doctor for many years and was the OB/GYN for my birth. Years later, he became my doctor and brought my son into the world, May 1999. I still remember being in his exam room when my Mom asked him “How he felt delivering a baby of one he had delivered years before?” He just smiled and told me, “Now I told you not to bring her in here again (as he laughed).” We both knew he had such a great sense of humor. My other favorite was being in Dr. Reed’s office calling my dad to tell him that I was having a boy. My dad said then, “About d@#% time in this girl producing family.” With Dr. Reed laughing, it was a priceless reaction when we told my dad he was on a speaker and he said, “Oh sorry.”
Dr. Reed made you feel at ease because he made you feel like family. He was a great doctor to have and I feel blessed to have had him as my doctor from my birth to the birth of my son until his retirement. Heaven has a remarkable angel now!
February 24, 2011
Today when I was told of Dr. Reed's passing I felt stunned and sad. Dr. Reed was not only my ob/gyn but my mom's and my sisters' as well. I remember how he and Barbara always made me feel at ease when I visited the office. Dr. Reed delivered my children. Another sad day was the day he retired from practicing medicine, but what a blessing when Dr. Julie Reed continued in her father's practice with the same type of bedside manner. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during their time of sorrow. God has truly taken home a "great physician".
February 24, 2011
Dr. Reed was a wonderful, compassionate doctor. I will remember forever seeing him actually running and hitting the doors at Baptist Hospital when he was called to the ER due to my having a sudden miscarriage. He was genuinely concerned about me and comforted me during a difficult time. He subsequently delivered my daughter 38 years ago AND my two grandchildren, one of whom is named after him. I was saddened to hear of his death but I know he was a committed Christian and we will see him again. To his children, look under the bottom of some of the furniture he made for you, there is a note there for you from him. He loved you all dearly.
February 24, 2011
My heart hurts to hear of Dr. Reed's passing. He was such a wonderful person and always brought a smile to my face. I will be thinking of and praying for his family.
February 24, 2011
Thank you to his wonderful wife and family for sharing such a wonderful man and doctor with me. I will never forget him. May God bless you at this time.

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