Calling to come home with Jesus for Rev. Paul Charles W. Reeves, Sr., sunrise, June 29, 1943, sunset, May 1, 2005, Greater Young Zion Baptist Church, Augusta, Ga., Saturday, May 7, 2005 at 1:00 p.m., Rev. William B. Blount officiating

Calling to Come Home With
c Jesus
For
REV. PAUL CHARLES W. REEVES, SR

Sunrise June 29, 1943

Sunset May 1,2005

Greater Young Zion Baptist Church Augusta, GA
Saturday, May 7, 2005 at 1:00pm

Rev. William B. Blount Officiating
Obituary
Rev. Paul Charles W Reeves, Sr, went
home to glory at his residence on May 1, 2005
Rev. Reeves was born to the late Clarence Reeves, Sr and Margaret Hall on the 29 June 1943 in Augusta, Ga. At an early age he gave his life to our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Rev. Reeves served as assistant pastor of St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church. He was a graduate of Lucy C. Laney High School, class of 1963. In October of 1983, he was ordained at Greater Young Zion Baptist Church. And he said, "This is the greatest moment of my life".
His brother William Reeves preceded him in death.
A baker by trade for 35 years, he leaves in his memories a beautiful & devoted wife of 33 blessed years, Two sons, Paul (Bushara) Reeves, Jr. and David Reeves, Sr., Three daughters, Derrisann Cheatham, Joann Cheatham, and Teresa Herron, Augusta, Ga. Five brothers, Clarence (Marion) Reeves, Jr., Frank Reeves, Rev. Clifford (Mary) Henley, Edward (Loraine) Henley, David (Wenda) Henley. Five sisters, Gloria Charthern, Patricia Price, Delores (Kenneth) Martin, All of Augusta. Debbie Reeves, New York, N. Y., and Barbara (Johnny) Merriwether, Petersburg, VA, Mother-in-Law Mrs. Jeannie Mae Cheatham, 7 grandsons, 4

granddaughters, 5 Uncles, 8 Aunts and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.

Order of Service

Presiding Processional

Rev. W. F. Hampton ";""

Selection

GYZ Choir

Scripture

Old Testament

Rev. Robert Glasker

New Testament

Rev. Al Robinson

Prayer

Rev. Seymore Rainey

Solo

Mr. Kenneth Bryant

(The Old Ship of Zion)

Remarks

As a Neighbor

Dr. F.F. Cook

As a Friend

Willie James Smith

As a Co-worker/Friend Deacon. Moody

GYZBC Member

Bessie Bailey

Solo

Deacon. W J Morgan

(I Wont Complain)

Acknowledgements

Sister. Shirley Davis

Obituary

(Read Silently)

Solo

Deacon. Frank Davis

(Precious Lord)

Words of Comfort

Rev. William B. Blount, Sr

Recessional

Interment

Walker Memorial Park

Pallbearers

Nephews

Reeves (Marvin) Reeves

Matthew Reeves

Kenneth Reeves

Theron Smith

Keith Reeves

Kimmie Gresham

DaVonne Buckson

Honorary Pallbears David Reeves, Jr Paul C. Reeves, III

KEY TO HEAVEN

Not ours to know the reason why

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From loved ones we must part

But ours to live in the faith and hope

Through blessings to the heart,

A cross, a bleeding heart, a crown

What greater gifts are given

Be still my heart and murmur not

Those are the keys to heaven

Acknowledgements

The family would like to express our thanks for all acts of kindness and prayers shown during our bereavement. May God Bless you all

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