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David "Whitney" Reeder II

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David "Whitney" Reeder, II

VERO BEACH, FL: David "Whitney" Reeder II, 43, passed away unexpectedly on October 24 2013 in Vero Beach Florida.

He was born in Mt Vernon, Ohio on November 1,1969 to Candace (Roberts) and the late David W.. Reeder, I of Utica, Ohio.

Whitney grew up in Utica and graduated from Utica High School in 1988. He attended Ohio State University and went on to serve in the US Army. He was stationed in Germany and Colorado. While he served our country he traveled throughout Europe falling in love with the culture and diversity. Upon moving back to Licking County he worked with his mother building AA Bail Bonds to what it is today.

Whitney followed his dream and moved to Vero Beach Florida where he was the proud operating owner of The Verizon Wireless retailer in the Indian River Mall for the past 2 years. He lived with his sister Tiffany Reeder and her fiance, his best friend, Michael Tharp. Whit loved to hangout at Waldo's on the beach and made many memories and friendships along the deck.

He was an avid golfer and enjoyed nothing more than to root on the Buckeyes, the Browns, and the Reds!

Whit loved being a dad and loved his children Zoanne and Zane Reeder very very much. Whit influnced many lives and was a beloved man and father. He will be forever rememberd by the people that cared so much about him.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents; father David W. Reeder I; niece Hannah Reeder-Messina; and cousin Matthew Tracy.

Surviving are his mother Candace (Roberts) Reeder; sister Tiffany Reeder; daughter Zoanne Whitney Reeder; and son Zane Whitney Reeder; also many cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends.

Family and friends will be joining on Saturday. November 9, 2013 at 150 West National Drive (corner of 5th and nat'l) from 3-7 for a Celebration of Life for Whit. Please come and share the memories and laughter of Whitney.

We love and miss you dad.
Published in the The Advocate from Nov. 8 to Nov. 9, 2013
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