Mary Dorine Reaves
Funeral Date: 6/30/2008

Obituary:
Mary Dorine Reaves, age 92, of Warren, AR., died Friday June 27, at Bradley County Medical Center. Born December 23, 1915 in Cleveland County, AR. a daughter of the late William McTerrell Garner and Florence Burford Garner, she was a retired restaurant owner, seamstress, member First Baptist Church and the widow of Wayne Reaves who died December 31, 1983. Also, preceding her in death were children Brenda Faye Reaves, Mary Lynn Reaves, sisters Elsie Steffins, Ester Irvin, Elizabeth Freer. Survivors are 1 son David Wayne Reaves and spouse Pam, Arkadelphia, AR., 1 daughter Ruth Rodgers and spouse David, Fayetteville, AR. 1 brother Glen Garner and spouse Hallie, Dallas, TX., 3 grandchildren Amy Harmon and spouse Brady, Star City, AR., Drew Rodgers and spouse Cara, Little Rock, AR., Carie Beth Russell and spouse Scott, Kansas City, KS. 6 great-grandchildren Sam Reed, Mary Claire Reed, Olivia Reed, Ben Harmon all of Star City AR., Darby Russell, Maryn Russell both of Kansas City, KS. Funeral services were 2:00 p.m. Monday June 30, Frazerís Chapel with Rev. Greg Stanley officiating. Linda Barrett was organist. Burial was in Oakland Cemetery by Frazerís Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Gerald Burton, Ralph Coston, Tommy McLemore, Ernie Gibbs, Larry Goodsell, Andy Evans, Delbert Zimmerly and John Lipton. Honorary pallbearers were Max Givens, Bill Hargis and John Durmon. Online guest register www.frazerfuneralhome.com

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Name: Holly Reed
Message: Amy, I am so sorry to hear about your grandmother. I know how much she meant to you and your family. As you have already told me, there is no more pain and she is at peace in a great place. I know you will miss her so much but you will have an awesome reunion someday!

Name: Kathy Hardman
Message: Ruth, David, and family, I once had a co-worker who told me her mother had taught her alot in life, but she never taught her how hard it was to lose her mother. I agree with her 100%. I can remember Aunt Dorine's face light up when she talked about you. It was very evident that she was so proud and loved all of you. You will go through many lonely days ahead, but you as I, have the assurance that your mom is in a much better place. May God give you strength and courage to face the many difficult days ahead. Some are better than others, but with our Lord's assurance, they actually turn out to be good. With Sympathy, Kathy

Name: Larry Coulter
Message: Dear Ruth & David, I was very sorry to hear about the passing of your Mother. I have such fond memories of PaPa and Mrs. Reaves from the Burger Bar. They always had such patients with us Boys! On thing I remember most about your Mother was her gentle laugh and kindness. Even when she was making a "Dill Pickle Fizz" I know your family will miss her, but just think of the joy she had when she walked though those Pearly gates the other day. My prayers are with you and may God give you comfort. Even though she is not here in body, she will live forever in your memories. God Bless, Larry Coulter

Name: Anne & Tommy Stuart
Message: Ruth, David, & family: I am so sorry to hear about your Mom. I think of you all often and have many special memories. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love

Name: Kay & Jack Dunn
Message: Ruth & David & Family, We were saddened to hear of your mother's passing. We will be praying for you now & in the future that good memories will comfort you in her absence. Much love,

Name: Barbara Rice
Message: My church has a monthly program at Warren Assisted Living. This is where I met Mrs. Dorine. I attend as the song director. Mrs. Dorine attended the services and we discovered that we were related (Garner side) and that she knew my grandmother Lettie Garner Mitchell Nutt. I had the pleasure of knowing Mrs. Dorine for several months and we called each other "Cousin". She normally came for Landmark's program but was not in attendance last month. I did not know she had passed away until I read it on Frazer's site this morning. I would have been at the funeral yesterday if I had of known. To the family, I am so sorry for your loss. Mrs. Dorine was a real special person and will be missed.

Name: Shirley Clanton
Message: We are sorry for your loss. My sister(Elizabeth Clanton Smith) and I visited with Ms. Dorine on a Sunday afternoon not long ago. We are the granddaughters of her cousin A.Lettie Garner Nutt Mitchell.

Name: Sally (Harris) Barnett
Message: Dear Ruth and David, I am so very sorry to hear of your mother's passing. It's so hard to lose a parent. So many years have gone by since I would come play at your house. Your mother would always have the best cupcakes! I miss seeing you and hope we an get together someday. Sincerely, Sally