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Ethan Reeve II (1920-1996) aka Ethan Reeve, Jr.; Major in US Army (b. February 28, 1920, 4:00 am, Christ Hospital, 176 Palisade Ave, Jersey City, Hudson County, New Jersey, 07306-1196, USA - d. December 16, 1996, Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, North Carolina, 29301, USA) Social Security Number 158102029 and Military Service Number 32240903.
World War IIEdit
He enlisted in Fort Dix, New Jersey on February 23, 1942 as a private. He was unmarried and had completed 1 year of college.
"Ethan Reeve, Jr., 76, of No. 97 Foxﬁre Apartments, 501 Camelot Drive, died December 16, 1995 at Mary Black Memorial Hospital. A native of Jersey City, New Jersey, he was the son of the late Ethan Reeve, Sr. and Lillian Van Deusen Reeve. He was retired from the Army Reserve and Durham Life Insurance Co. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Spartanburg and also a former member of the Lions Club and TPA. Survivors include his wife, Marion Jackson Reeve of the home; one daughter, Pamela Boulware of Houston, Texas; three sons. Gerald Ethan Reeve of Westerly, Rhode Island, Brian Charles Reeve of Columbia, and Laurence Van Deusen Reeve of Pennsylvania, Gino; one brother, Elwood Reeve of Westminster, Maryland; one sister, Edythe Mancini of Burlington, New Jersey and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will follow at 1 pm. in the funeral chapel conducted by the Rev. Robert C. Morgan. Burial will be in Greenlawn Memorial Gardens. In lieu of ﬂowers, memorials may be made to the Upstate South Carolina Chapter of the Alzheimer's Association, 114 E. Earle St., Anderson. S.C. 29621. The family is at the home, 501 Camelot Drive, No. 97."
Memories about Ethan ReeveEdit
- Elwood Spencer Reeve (1925- ): "He was drafted into the Army and was stationed at Camp Cross, South Carolina and later Port Jackson, South Carolina. He spent 21 years in the Army and retired as a Major."
- Kenneth Rodman Mancini I (1920-2008) writes: "Ethan sang in the choir at his church and he died of Alzheimer's."