Viola R. Reaves © Enid Eagle 09-1985 Submitted by: Glenn
May 12, 1893 - September 7, 1985
Cleo Springs – Graveside services for Viola R. Reaves, 92, who died early Saturday, September 7, 1985 in a Fairview nursing home, were conducted at 4 PM Monday in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, southwest of Aline. The Rev. John Williams officiating. Arrangements were by Wentworth Mortuary, Carmen.
Mrs. Reaves was born May 12, 1893, in Michigan to Harry and Matilda Rupert Ortwine. She and Alfred Schaper were married and made their home in Michigan. He died in 1940. She later moved to California and in June 1958, married Vernon Reaves in Redondo Beach. They made their home there. He died in 1973. In 1976, she moved to Cleo Springs to be near her family. The past eight years, she lived at the Fairview Fellowship Home.
Survivors include a daughter – in – law, Melba Schaper, Cleo Springs; a son, Delbert Schaper, Penn Valley, California; 11 grandchildren; and 16 great – grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Alfred Schaper, in 1940, and Vernon Reaves, in 1973, and two sons.
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