Tony Edward Reid
July 31, 1953 - July 3, 2022
Cremation Society of Virginia
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Tony Edward Reid passed away at home, surrounded by loved ones on July 3, 2022.  Tony was born on July 31, 1953 in Daniels, W.VA.  He was predeceased by his parents, Edward L. Reid and Margaret Pettry Reid; brother-in- law, Willie Shearin; and sister-in-law, Cynthia Ganley (Johnny). Tony is survived by a large family who all…

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Rick Emerson left a message on July 6, 2022:
I met Tony the first week we were at Tech. He had come over to my dorm to visit a friend from high school and we were briefly introduced. The first day of classes I had Geology class at 8AM. The class was in an auditorium of about 150 people. As I was looking around for a seat I saw a big guy with blond hair and a mustache that I thought I recognized. I went over and asked if I could sit next to him and reintroduced myself. He reminded me his name was Tony and we became best friends not just for the next 6 years but forever. Although we went our separate ways and didn't talk as often as I wish we had (my fault) I consider him to be my brother and I hope he felt the same way about me. He was the kindest, most generous, smartest person I have ever known. I love him and will miss him. Love to you Ann, Mary, and Emily. Pam and I send our deepest sympathies. If you ever need anything or wish to talk don't hesitate to contact us.
Cailin 🤍 left a message on July 5, 2022:
Tony was hands down the most genuine man. His perseverance unmatched by anyone I’ve ever known. You will be deeply missed by all of your girls. Thank you for being a father figure in my life. Finding solace knowing that you are resting easy.
June Glass left a message on July 5, 2022:
Tony loved and wanted you to be happy. He and I knew that he has a wonderful family who took devoted care of him
Debbie Sands Salomonsky left a message on July 5, 2022:
Tony was a high school classmate that always was a friendly and kind fellow. I never heard anyone say anything unflattering about him. He was someone who was interested in the person he was with and making strangers feel welcomed. I am sorry his final years were physically difficult; he was much more deserving. RIP Tony.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
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