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Memorial for Charles Olen Reeves

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Memorial
3:00 PM Sunday, November 29th, 2020
First Christian Church of Rogers
Charles Olen “Chuck” Reeves, 87, of Rogers peacefully passed away at his home November 24, 2020. He was born June 26, 1933 in Delight, Arkansas to the late Olen Reeves and Gladys Marie Duke Reeves. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one brother George Robert “Bob” Reeves. Born and raised in Delight, Arkansas he was the second oldest of four children. One of his proudest accomplishments was in 1952 when he won the state championship in boxing, along with his two brothers, each brother winning their respective division. In June 1952, he married Betty Butler Brown, which would quickly become his most cherished accomplishment of 68 years. Chuck was also an avid classic car enthusiast, master woodworker, and devoted Razorback fan. He never met a stranger and was always grinning about something. He was a lifetime member of Masonic Lodge #460 and of the Scimitar Shrine. Survivors include his wife Betty, and their beloved son, Charles Random “Chuck“ Reeves, and wife Robbin; two grandchildren, Steven Reeves and Jennifer Watson and husband Michael; three great grandchildren, Blakely Kate, Beckham Reese, and Morgan Overcash; and his two brothers Jackie Ray Reeves and Joe Conrad Reeves; and many other loved ones. A memorial of his life will be held at 3:00 pm, on Sunday, November 29, at First Christian Church Disciples in Rogers, Arkansas with Sr. Pastor Shawn Wallace officiating in the main sanctuary. Following the service, it will be available for online viewing at www.youtube.com/c/FCCRogers. Memorials may be made in Chuck’s name to First Christian Church at 905 S. 13th Street, Rogers, AR 72758.