Obituary of Lynn M. Reece
Lynn M. Reece, of Gaston, South Carolina passed away on Wednesday July 21, 2021, after reaching the age of 81 years old. He died peacefully with his family by his side. He was born on May 14, 1940 in Zionville, North Carolina to Herman and Marjorie Reece.
Lynn lived an adventurous life proudly serving our country in the Navy. When Lynn decided to make his way back to land, he lived his life on the road as a truck driver. Lynn loved his blended family that was established in October 1983 when he married Kay Logan and his family instantly grew by 3, shortly after he added one more boy. Lynn enjoyed watching sports, playing jokes, and bluegrass music. His personality of fun-loving jokester always stood out however his ability to be a great father far succeeded any of his accomplishments. Lynn was adored by his kids, grandkids and spent most of his time bragging on them.
Lynn is survived by his son Derek T. Reece and wife Crystal Reece; 4 grandchildren: Jayda, Triniti, Jaxen and Blaize Reece of Gaston South Carolina, Stepdaughter, Tracy Wilson-Miles and her husband Tommy Miles of West Columbia S.C, and daughter Katherine “Lynn” Wilson of Bellmawr New Jersey, Stepsons Stephen Wilson of Gaston S.C, Shawn and Kristi Wilson of Lexington S.C. and grandchildren, Landon, Braysen and Kaysen Wilson. Daughters Kela, Kara and Kena and extended family of Boone N.C., Brother, and Sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Marty Reece,
He was preceded in death by his Mother and Father, Brother Kenneth Reece, Arvin Reece, Sister Doline Coffee and Frieda Brown.
Special thank you to Agape Care Hospice and Melanie his nurse aide and friend.
A memorial service will be held on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at 1:00 PM at Fish Hatchery Road Church of God, 3249 Fish Hatchery Road, Gaston, SC 29053
Family and friends may sign the online tribute wall at www.southcarolinacremation.com
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