Reid Tucker left this world from the comfort of her own home in Virginia Beach on July 9th, 2023, after 80 years of life, love and laughter with family and friends. Reid was born to the late ‘Bunky’ and Myde Wilder on January 17, 1943 in Portsmouth, VA. She grew up at the Virginia Beach oceanfront, attending Virginia Beach high school where she met her husband. Reid was outgoing, loved dancing and being social. She was a self-taught bookkeeper who worked for over 30 years at Streco Fibres, Inc. where she managed the office, kept the boss in line, and her co-workers in candy and peanuts. Besides her husband of 50 years, Wayne Tucker, grandson Ethan Tucker, and brother-in-law Bob Morgan, Reid was pre-deceased by her pets Heidi, Maui, Lady Bec, Missy, Pepper, Sabo, and Smokey, as well as several neighborhood cats that she took in over the years. Reid is survived by her daughter, Paige Tucker (Jason Gossman) of Valley Village, CA, and her son, Taylor Tucker (Allison Tucker) of Greenville, SC. She was a proud Ya-Ya to Conner Gossman, and Ian and Emma Tucker. She also leaves behind her sister Keith Morgan, her best friend Monica Bohlken (Ray Bohlken), and close family friend Josephine Mallard (Bobby Mallard), as well as her beloved ‘work family’ at Streco. Reid loved audio books, mystery shows, Christmas, festivals and craft fairs, cotton candy, butterflies, anything neon, and an afternoon nap on the weekend. She experienced joy on a daily basis and infectiously passed this joy on to everyone she knew. Over the years, Reid was proud to be part of the Virginia Beach Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), and of her involvement with the Red Hat Society, and the Virginia Tea Society. She loved community. The family wishes to thank her neighbors in the court and everyone who offered and provided their love and assistance to Reid in recent months. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made at Projectlifesaver.org, a nonprofit organization that uses an electronic tracking program to assist in locating people with dementia and other related disorders. Per her wish, there will be no service. There will be a party to celebrate her life at a later date with a required dress code of Christmas attire, in honor of her favorite time of year.