Funeral service for Bobby Wayne Reed was September 23, 2020 at Wilson Mortuary Chapel, Salem, with Pastor Carl Anderson and Bro. Scott Shults officiating. Memories were shared by grandchildren, Andrea and Michael.
Interment was in the Green Forest Cemetery, with Full Military Honors provided by the United States Army and American Legion Post #99.
Pallbearers were Michael Reed, Andrew Reed, Nathaniel Stallings, Khirey Long, Nick Christiano, Rick Stallings and Ayden Stallings. Honorary pallbearers were the Missouri Department of Conservation Family.
Mr. Reed was born June 4, 1931 in Dent County to Windfred and Maymie (Mauk) Reed. He married Ina Marie Mooney May 9, 1953. They were the parents of twins. Mr. Reed died September 18, 2020 in Columbia at the age of 89 years.
Survivors include his wife, Marie (Mooney) Reed, Salem; children, Sherry Stallings and husband, Rick, Salem; and Terry Reed and wife, Jo Ann, Columbia; sisters, Jessie Schafer, Salem; Carol Lewis, Salem; and Beverly Canaday, Salem; brothers-in-law, James Mooney, Salem; and Earl Richardson, Springfield; sisters-in-law, Joann Enke and husband, Don, Salem; Shirley Jones, Arlington, Texas; Meta Naramore and husband, Oran, Salem; Barbara Hogan and husband, Gary Paul, Salem; and Blanche Sewell, St. Louis; grandchildren, Andrea Long and husband, Khiry; Jessica Christiano and husband, Nick; Nathaniel “Nate” Stallings; and Michael, Megan and Andrew Reed; great-grandchildren, Ayden, Greyson, Michael, Niko, Harlee and Jovanni; and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
Preceding him in death were his parents; brother, Vernon “Sonny” Reed and wife, Joann; sister, Glenna Reed; great-grandson, Cory Michael; parents-in-law, Clellar and Lillie May Mooney; brothers-in-law, Junior Schafer, Howard Canaday, Jack Jones, Floyd Lewis, Lloyd Mooney, Floyd Mooney, Clellar Mooney Jr. and LeRoy Sewell; sisters-in-law, Esther Schafer and husband, Johnnie; Joyce Harrison and husband, Bob; Jewell Abrams and husband, Harry; and Mary Lou Richardson.
Mr. Reed served eight years in the United States Army. He was a lifetime member of Corinth Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon from 1956 until his passing.