Mr. B. C. Reeves
Mr. B. C. Reeves passed away on Thursday, August 12, 2021. Graveside services were held on Saturday, August 21, 2021 at 2:00 P.M. at Rest Haven Memorial Gardens with Rev. Daniel Reeves officiating.
Deacon B.C. Reeves was born to the late Mr. I.V. Reeves, Sr. and the late Mrs. Tex Ann Reeves on March 1, 1936.
In 1969, B.C. was married to the late Ms. Edith Brown and to this union one child was born, Mr. Larry Reeves, Sr.
During his earlier years, Deacon Reeves worked for Carr and Boatwright. He later joined the team at Thiele Kaolin Company in 1969. He was a dependable and dedicated worker and made a career. He retired with twenty seven years of service in 1996.
Deacon Reeves was a faithful and devoted member of Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church for many, many years. He was a member of the Deacon’s Ministries, Advisor to the Usher Board, Treasurer for the Financial Ministry, Superintendent of Sunday School and volunteered to help with any project
He was preceded in death by a daughter: Ms. Genie Smith Hodges and a brother: Mr. Thomas Reeves. Deacon Reeves will be missed by his family.
Deacon Reeves leaves to cherish his memories, one child: Mr. Larry (Cynthia) Reeves, Sr., Sandersville, Georgia; six sisters: Ms. Mildred Farmer, Ms. Susie Mae Arthur, Sandersville, Georgia, Mrs. Helen (Melvin) Hicks, Buford, Georgia, Ms. Marie Mountain, Augusta, Georgia, Ms. Carolyn Stokes, Locust Grove, Georgia, Mrs. Lois (Louis) Brown, Braselton, Georgia; five brothers: Mr. Marion (Sharon) Reeves, Chesterfield, Virginia, Mr. David Reeves, Sandersville, Georgia, Rev. Daniel (Barbara) Reeves, Fort Washington, Maryland, Mr. Louis Reeves, Hampton, Virginia, Mr. I.V. (Mary) Reeves, Jr., Puyallup, Washington; four grandchildren: Mr. Safara Reeves, Mr. Larry (Shandrea) Reeves, Jr., Mr. Maurice (Angela) Hodges, Ms. Shakiah Hodges; seven great grandchildren: devoted friend and cousin: Mr. George L. Womble, Jr.; devoted friends: Mrs. Helen Barlow, Elder George Tucker, Dea. Wilbert Credle, Mt. Olive Baptist Church Deacon Board; a host of other relatives and friends. M. C. Smith Funeral Home in charge.