Earl Eugene Reed, 2017

Baptism of a brotherOwen Howell Reed
April 1, 1931
Birth of a brotherDonald Raymond Reed
February 17, 1933
Death of a maternal grandmotherLaura Ruamy Riddle
September 2, 1933
Burial of a maternal grandmotherLaura Ruamy Riddle
September 3, 1933
Death of a fatherOwen Herbert Reed
July 6, 1935
Burial of a fatherOwen Herbert Reed
July 9, 1935
Anecdote October 13, 1942
Source: Cheiftain
Note: Due to war-associated labor shortages, Earl (known as Eugene at the time) joined his fellow Loveland High School classmates for several days off school in 1942 to work in the local sugar beet fields. They piled, topped, and hauled beets.
Anecdote May 1945

Note: According to his high school yearbook, Eugene (Doodle) Reed was a strong, silent man--silent by nature and strong from punching tickets in the school cafeteria. His classmates noted that he was also strong in football, basketball, and track.
Milit-Beg June 14, 1945
Anecdote July 2, 1945
Note: He began 10 weeks of basic naval training.
Anecdote September 2, 1945

Note: He was home on leave after his training when the war with Japan ended. He returned to San Diego after his leave and then traveled on a troop ship to Tokyo Bay, Japan. From there he was transported to Sasabo.
Anecdote November 18, 1945

Note: He was assigned to a minesweeper, the USS Seer. They swept mines between Formosa and the China coast. They spent several days in Shanghai during the Christmas of 1945.
Anecdote March 1, 1946

Note: He was promoted to Seaman First Class.
Milit-End August 8, 1946
Anecdote

Note: After enlisting in the Navy, he traveled by train to the Naval training center in San Diego, California.
Description
6'1" tall, 175 pounds with blue eyes, brown hair, and a ruddy complexion
1946
Birth of a sonJames Edward Reed
December 27, 1959
Baptism of a sonJames Edward Reed
May 1, 1960
Death of a paternal grandmotherAnna Petronellia Sherman
February 13, 1961
Burial of a paternal grandmotherAnna Petronellia Sherman
February 15, 1961
Death of a sisterHazel Margaret Reed
June 8, 1976
Burial of a sisterHazel Margaret Reed
June 11, 1976
Death of a motherGrace Riddle
June 19, 1976
Burial of a motherGrace Riddle
June 22, 1976
Death of a brotherRobert Lloyd Reed
November 12, 1986
Burial of a brotherRobert Lloyd Reed
November 1986
Residence 1987
Death of a brotherHarold Howard Reed
May 8, 1987
Death of a brotherDonald Raymond Reed
February 3, 1996
Death of a wifeJoyce Beverly Bentsen
July 3, 2000
Burial of a wifeJoyce Beverly Bentsen
July 6, 2000
Death of a brotherOwen Howell Reed
January 17, 2002
Burial of a brotherOwen Howell Reed
January 25, 2002
Death of a sonJames Edward Reed
September 29, 2017
Burial of a sonJames Edward Reed
October 10, 2017
Cause of Death October 25, 2017

Note: vascular dementia
Death October 25, 2017
Note: His death certificate states he died in Littleton, the site of the nearest Post Office. He actually passed away in the incorporated city of Centennial.
Burial November 2, 2017 (8 days after death)
Family with parents
father
Owen Herbert Reed scanned phot
18961935
Birth: December 6, 1896 51 31near Huggins, Wright County, Missouri
Death: July 6, 1935Brighton, Adams County, Colorado
mother
Grace Evert Reed Tombstone
18961976
Birth: August 30, 1896 45 42Palisade, Hitchcock County, Nebraska
Death: June 19, 1976Sierra Vista Nursing Home, Loveland, Larimer County, Colorado
Marriage
Marriage: April 18, 1918Hyannis, Grant County, Nebraska
-10 months
sister
Hazel M. Tower scanned photo 0
19171976
Birth: June 8, 1917 20 20Haigler, Dundy County, Nebraska
Death: June 8, 1976Boulder Community Hospital, Boulder, Boulder County, Colorado
6 years
brother
Owen and Ada Reed scanned phot
19222002
Birth: December 7, 1922 26 26Hyannis, Grant County, Nebraska
Death: January 17, 2002Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada
20 months
brother
Robert Lloyd Reed scanned phot
19241986
Birth: July 16, 1924 27 27Hyannis, Grant County, Nebraska
Death: November 12, 1986VA Medical Center, Cheyenne, Laramie County, Wyoming
19 months
brother
19261987
Birth: January 23, 1926 29 29Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming
Death: May 8, 1987Loveland, Larimer County, Colorado
himself
2017
Death: October 25, 2017Sunrise at Orchard Assisted Living, Centennial, Arapahoe County, Colorado
brother
Donald Raymond Reed
19331996
Birth: February 17, 1933 36 36Wheatland, Platte County, Wyoming
Death: February 3, 1996at home, Greenbelt, Prince George's County, Maryland
Family with Joyce Beverly Bentsen
himself
2017
Death: October 25, 2017Sunrise at Orchard Assisted Living, Centennial, Arapahoe County, Colorado
wife
Joyce B. Reed (2)
19292000
Birth: April 8, 1929 22 22Sheridan Memorial Hospital, Plentywood, Sheridan County, Montana
Death: July 3, 2000Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming
daughter
son
Private
son
19592017
Birth: December 27, 1959 30Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota
Death: September 29, 2017Wyoming Life Resource Center, Lander, Fremont County, Wyoming
daughter
Private
AnecdoteCheiftain
AnecdoteThe Chieftain of 1945
Milit-BegEarl Reed Military Service Interview, Interviewer: Teri Reed Hjelmstad, Informant Address: 2090 Trojan Drive, Casper, WY 82609
Milit-BegSeaman First Class Earl Eugene Reed, Record Info: Notice of Separation from Military Service 1946
AnecdoteSeaman First Class Earl Eugene Reed, Record Info: Notice of Separation from Military Service 1946
AnecdoteEarl Reed Military Service Interview, Interviewer: Teri Reed Hjelmstad, Informant Address: 2090 Trojan Drive, Casper, WY 82609
AnecdoteEarl Reed naval muster rolls, Record Type: Muster Rolls of U.S. Navy Ships, Stations, and Other Naval Activities, 01/01/1939-01/01/1949, Subject: USS Seer AM 112, Photographer: National Archives, Url: http://search.ancestry.com, Series: Record Group 24, Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, File Name: Earl Eugene Reed
AnecdoteEarl Reed Military Service Interview, Interviewer: Teri Reed Hjelmstad, Informant Address: 2090 Trojan Drive, Casper, WY 82609
AnecdoteEarl Reed naval muster rolls, Record Type: Muster Rolls of U.S. Navy Ships, Stations, and Other Naval Activities, 01/01/1939-01/01/1949, Subject: USS Seer AM 112, Photographer: National Archives, Url: http://search.ancestry.com, Series: Record Group 24, Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel, File Name: Earl Eugene Reed
Milit-EndEarl Reed Military Service Interview, Interviewer: Teri Reed Hjelmstad, Informant Address: 2090 Trojan Drive, Casper, WY 82609
Milit-EndSeaman First Class Earl Eugene Reed, Record Info: Notice of Separation from Military Service 1946
AnecdoteEarl Reed Military Service Interview, Interviewer: Teri Reed Hjelmstad, Informant Address: 2090 Trojan Drive, Casper, WY 82609
DescriptionEarl Eugene Reed WWII Draft Registration, CO 1946, Record Info: U.S. WWII Draft Cards Young Men, 1940-1947
Residenceunidentified newspaper: Harold H. Reed, Location: unidentied location
Cause of DeathEarl Reed death certificate, Record Type: Certificate of Death, Name Of Person: Earl Eugene Reed, Number: 1052017031154
NameBirth certificate for Earl Eugene Reed
NameThe Chieftain of 1945
DeathEarl Reed death certificate, Record Type: Certificate of Death, Name Of Person: Earl Eugene Reed, Number: 1052017031154
BurialCasper Star-Tribune: Earl E. Reed, Location: Casper, Wyoming
Anecdote

Due to war-associated labor shortages, Earl (known as Eugene at the time) joined his fellow Loveland High School classmates for several days off school in 1942 to work in the local sugar beet fields. They piled, topped, and hauled beets.

Anecdote

According to his high school yearbook, Eugene (Doodle) Reed was a strong, silent man--silent by nature and strong from punching tickets in the school cafeteria. His classmates noted that he was also strong in football, basketball, and track.

Anecdote

He began 10 weeks of basic naval training.

Anecdote

He was home on leave after his training when the war with Japan ended. He returned to San Diego after his leave and then traveled on a troop ship to Tokyo Bay, Japan. From there he was transported to Sasabo.

Anecdote

He was assigned to a minesweeper, the USS Seer. They swept mines between Formosa and the China coast. They spent several days in Shanghai during the Christmas of 1945.

Anecdote

He was promoted to Seaman First Class.

Cause of Death

vascular dementia

Anecdote

After enlisting in the Navy, he traveled by train to the Naval training center in San Diego, California.

Death

His death certificate states he died in Littleton, the site of the nearest Post Office. He actually passed away in the incorporated city of Centennial.