Jimmie Reed, Stanton, NE

  • Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Jimmie Faye Reed, 62, of Stanton, Nebraska died Thursday, January 30, 2014 at Stanton Health Center in Stanton, Nebraska. She was born August 9, 1951, in Hemingway, the daughter of Garland and Letha (Morris) Bouchette. She graduated from Williamsburg High School in Williamsburg County. Funeral services, conducted by the Rev. Grace Gichuru, were held Tuesday February 4, 2014, at 10:30 A.M. at the United Methodist Church of Stanton, Nebraska. Burial, directed by Shultz-Vogel-Johnson Mortuary, followed at Bega Cemetery of Rural Stanton. Jimmie Faye married Arthur Reed on April 7, 1976, at Little Star Pentecostal Church in Warsaw, the couple lived in Andrews. She worked at Williamsburg Manufacturing for a few years.  Jimmie Faye worked as an Adult Caregiver and Babysitter for many years.  She worked as a cook at Tony’s pizza in Andrews, until 2008 when she became ill and retired.  Jimmie Faye loved to cook, visiting and spending time with the elderly and doting over her grandchildren, mainly she enjoyed her family. Surviving her is husband of 37 years, Arthur Reed of Stanton; three children, Susie McConnell of Stanton; Artie and Bekki Reed of Stanton; William Reed of Stanton; four Grandchildren; two brothers, Thomas and Ann Bouchette of Myrtle Beach; and Estel and Margaret Bouchette of Warsaw; one sister, Debra and Dean Tedder of Andrews. Jimmie Faye is preceded in death by her parents, and one sister Betty Bouchette. Pallbearers were Tim Pritchett, Jeremy Kerbel, Steven Schellpeper, Justin Mandl, Matt Peyton, and David Kuester. Honorary pallbearers were “Jimmie Faye’s Grandchildren” Gavin Goesch, Taylor McConnell, Destiny McConnell, and Jayden Reed.


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