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This Memorial Page Established by-Stacy Roeber
In Honor Of : Jason Reeves
SSG Jason Allen Reeves passed away on December 5, 2010 in Afghanistan. He was a great
brother, son, uncle and friend. Born in Lubbock Texas on June 9, 1978 - Jason was the only son of
David and Ruthie Reeves, the only brother to Stacy Reeves Roeber, and uncle to Alexis and
Tatum Roeber and a nephew, Revin Jason Gregory Roeber who was born just two days after Jason
passed. Jason had already accomplished so much in his 32 years of life and was heading towards
many more accomplishments. His career in the Army was one that he loved and worked hard at. He
met many of his friends while in the Army. From their stories and our own, we know that he was a
loving, caring, and genuine person to everyone he met. We love you and miss you Jason.

You're still here in my heart and mind,
still making me laugh cause your stories live on.
I hold you in a thought and I can feel you.
I feel you and this gives me strength and courage.
The tears I have cried for you could flood the earth
and I know you have wiped each one away.
For you Brother, I promise you this,
I will go on with my life and make you proud. I will always hold you in my heart.
I promise you I will be missing you everyday till the end of time.
I need to love and miss you, but I also need to live because through me you will live,
you will still laugh and love,  
you will still hug and kiss.
You will forever be in our lives,
you will forever be a brother,
a son,
an uncle
and friend.
I am going to miss your shining face
I think of you and wonder why?
I might cry or smile,
but at the end of the day I am one day closer to you....

December 09, 2013
Vicente Erazo
R.I.P SSG. Reeves,

You were instrumental in my career. I learned so much from you. You were a great leader and
friend. Your loss is hard to take, with out your help, I wouldn't been able to accomplish so much.

Thank you for everything.
Staff Sgt. Jason A. Reeves
United States Army
KIA 05 December 2010, Afghanistan
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32, of Odessa, Texas; assigned to 2nd Military Intelligence Battalion, 66th Military Intelligence
Brigade, Hohenfels, Germany; died December 5 at Gardez District, Paktia province, Afghanistan,
of wounds sustained when insurgents attacked his unit using an improvised explosive device.
Jason in Texas, 2010
Jesus and Jason
Ishaki, Iraq April 2, 2009