Beloved father and friend James Harley Reeves passed away in Copalis Beach, Washington, on March 9, 2019. Jim was good-natured, well-liked and loved vintage cars, old westerns and being near the ocean. Known for his quirky humor, he enjoyed people and made friends easily.
Born in Bremerton on July 11, 1944, to Bonnie (Ritchie) and Clyde Reeves of Poulsbo, Jim graduated North Kitsap High School in 1962. He served the U.S. Navy four years and was an Environmental Protection Specialist at Trident Submarine Base Bangor until his retirement.
Jim is survived by beloved life partner, Debbie Rucker; son Jesse Reeves of Kingston; daughter Lisa Wylie of Sequim; grandchildren Tyson Reeves, Amanda Reeves, and Jessica Feehan; great-grandchildren Ben, Erin, Oliver, and Sam; siblings Sid (Dora) Reeves of Poulsbo, and Ramona (Paul) Stumpf of Lynden; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life is at 1 p.m. Sunday, April 7, Ocean Shores Eagles.