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Julia Tracy Reeves
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Mrs. Julia Tracy Reeves, 67, of 1931 Van Buren, died at 12:12 a.m. September 7, 1966, in Hill Haven Convalescent Hospital in Amarillo.
She was born in Cheyenne and attended high school here.
She taught school for several years in this county and later in New Mexico and Texas.
She had lived in Amarillo for 22 years.
Mrs. Reeves was a member of the First Baptist Church.
She is survived by her husband, Marion F. Reeves; a daughter, Mrs. Margie Rae Cranmer of Groom; a son, Frank Reeves of Titusville, Florida; two brothers, Henry Tracy of Tuttle, Oklahoma; and Edward B. Tracy of Cheyenne; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Whittington of Harrah, Oklahoma; five grandchildren; as well as other relatives and numerous friends.

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