Ted Reavis

Fancy Gap, Virginia

1945-2013 (Age 68)

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To the Reavis Family

I, too, would like to send my condolences to your family. Ted and I were chosen in the 7th grade to represent the class of 1963 in Blue and Gold Night at High Point. Because of too many students and too few schools, 7th graders also attended High Point High School that year. As I remember, Ted was so handsome and such a great guy. I was very nervous, but he made me feel at ease. Linda was also a friend of my sister, Beverley Schaff. Please know that you...

my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Joann Lowe Williams

So sorry for your loss. You family is in my thoughts and prayers

Sorry for your loss.
We often think about the 'Reavis' family, that we knew in Beltsville.
You are in our prayers.
Janice (Cohee)McMahon, and Virginia Hutts

Sincere and deepest sympathy to the family..I remember the Reavis family many years ago when I was just a teen.....you are in my prayers

Dottie ( Moran). Lentz

Doug and family: May the Good Lord bless and keep you during this most difficult time. You are in our prayers
Larry and Doris Spangler.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We will truly miss Ted here on the mountain.
Love, Peggy Kenneth and Wendy

My sincere and deepest sympathy to the family of Teddy Reavis. He was such a nice guy, a classmate throughout all of our school years. I lift him and all the family up in prayer in your time of sorrow. May God be with you in your grief.

I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember Ted as a great guy and I know he will be deeply missed.


Ted's Obituaries

Ted Reavis, 68, of Fancy Gap, passed away Thursday, August 15, 2013.He is survived by his loving wife of 48 years, Sue Reavis; mother, Lillian Hampton Reavis Stoneman; two sons, Douglas P. Reavis and wife Denita, Michael S. Reavis and wife Michelle; four grandchildren, David Reavis, Ginny Reavis,...

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