Garen  Reece


The world was changed for the better on October 10, 1979, with the birth of Garen Ragan Reece.
Ragan was married to his devoted wife, Amy Smallwood on June 9, 2001.
The birth of his children, Sarah and Seth brought the greatest blessing to him. They were his pride and joy.
Ragan was a member and deacon of the Annville Baptist Church. His Christian witness will continue to bear fruit.
Ragan is the son of Gary and Linda Reece. He is survived by his loving brother and sister, Ryan Reece and Tara England; his brother-in-law, Chris England; and his much-adored nephews, Rhys England, Cash England and Jackson Reece will miss his faithful support. His Nanny, Nora Lee Parrett, will miss his sweet smile. His mother and father-in-law, Bob and Kathy Smallwood, his brother-in-law, Patrick and niece, Kayley will sadly miss him, along with his numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Ragan was preceded in death by his Pa, Wiley Parrett, by his Papaw and Grandma, Al and Opal Reece, and by his Uncle Doug, and his beloved cousin, Adrian.
Ragan touched so many lives and served as an example of strength and determination to those facing challenges in life. Our lives have been blessed by him and he will forever be in our hearts.
A memorial account has been set up to accept donations in lieu of flowers and gifts. This memorial will be used toward Sarah and Seth's educational expenses going forward. Donations can be made at any branch of First National Bank and Trust of London or mailed to the bank. Please reference donations to the Ragan Reece Memorial.
Funeral services for Ragan Reece were Sunday in the chapel of House-Rawlings Funeral Home with Roger Williams officiating. Burial followed at the Tyner Baptist Church Cemetery in Jackson County.
The family has entrusted House-Rawlings Funeral home with the arrangements.
Published on June 9, 2019
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