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July 18, 2018

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February 1, 2017
I'll miss you Uncle Bud!
January 18, 2017
Prayers to the whole Reber family,Bud was a great guy,who will be sadly missed,i spent alot of my youth hanging out at their home,he always had a smile,and offered up great advise..i will carry those memories with me forever,stay strong Irene and kids...
January 16, 2017
We are so sorry to hear of Bud's passing. He was a sweet man. I loved seeing him ride his bike past my folks' house, or zip along Baker St in his van, tossing a little wave as he cruised by. One time, during a visit, he stopped by and gave my husband a beautiful cribbage board and another time he brought over a cool lamp base that I treasure. He gifted us with several napkin and salt/pepper holders. What a guy. He has a special place in heaven.
When my precious mother died in 2015, Bud and Irene were supportive and kind to my dad as he began his new life as a widower.
Rest In Peace, dear Bud Reber. Say hello to Gladys when you see her! God bless. Barb and Scott Fritz, Sioux Falls, Sd.
January 16, 2017
Budda was always one of my favorite people....Always there when I came back to St. Joe on the 4th or at the old-timers game....I will surely miss him and the rest of the Reber family......I grew up with them.....Thanks for all the memories....Lloyd Pallansch