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Reeve Ammerman

Reeve Henry Ammerman

Sunday, November 11th, 1928 - Sunday, February 23rd, 2020
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Reeve Henry Ammerman
Horseheads, NY
Passed away on Sunday morning, February 23, 2020 at the age of 91. Reeve was born on November 11, 1928 in Elmira, NY, son to the late Harold and Mina Taylor Ammerman. He is predeceased by his daughter Becky and brother, Daniel Ammerman. Reeve is survived by his loving wife of 68 years, Yvonne Ammerman; children, Randy (Dawn) Ammerman, Jeffrey Ammerman, Laurie (Rob) Dominy, Wendy (Michael) Moses and Tracie Johnson; ten grandchildren; twelve great grandchildren; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. He retired after 32 years from Suburban Propane. He was member of the First United Methodist Church in Horseheads and a member of Barbershoppers SPEBSQSA for over 30 years. His hobbies were Monday night BINGO at the Elks, Casino trips and painting several hundred fire hydrants in Horseheads. Private family services will be held at a later date. Those wishing to remember Reeve please consider donations to American Cancer Society, PO Box 22718, Oklahoma City, OK 73123-1718. A special thank you to Elcor Health Services, Hickory Knoll South for the care given to Reeve the last few weeks.
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Becky Kowulich

Posted at 03:43pm
My Dad (Richard "Bill" Folmer) was friends for a long time. I remember Dad always spoke very highly of Reeve, and I know they'll meet again in heaven!!
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Julie Cota

Posted at 01:40pm
We're going to miss Reeve. He and Yvonne have been our neighbors for 20 years. In his quirky way he was very caring. Definitely had his thoughts on how things were done, but always meant well. Always enjoyed watching him work outside. Eventually with his slow down it became puttering, but he enjoyed being busy & keeping everything neat. Our sympathies to Yvonne and family. If there is anything we can do let us know. Tim & Julie Cota
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Hilary Brand Usiatynski

Posted at 09:17pm
Thinking of all of you. Your Dad was a caring and devoted family man. He also took good care of all the kids that were always in his home- 4H, swimming, playing, singing, and eating his food! My heart is very sad. Hopefully he is singing, smiling and driving Becky in a cool van! With much love and many memories,
Hilary (Brand) Usiatynski
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Linda Howard

Posted at 06:28pm
We met Reeve about 2 weeks ago. He dined at the same table in the dining room as a friend of ours. We had several warm conversations with him. He had asked me to wheel him back to his room. he wasn't very happy with the meals he was being given. one day a few days before his passing he and ii discovered a lot about the fact we knew a lot of people I. itook him back to his room where he said linda look at that picture on my mirror couldn't get over the likeness his daughter and I could have been sisters I enjoyed the short time we spent with him at the dining table .He asked me if I ever knew edna stermer. I was shocked . as a child about 11 yrs old I use to help her do the house work she couldn't do any more. then we had a mutual agreement on Raymond stermer being a rascal. we got a kick out of it. he then told me he remembered rodeos at Ednas I told him I rode my horse there. he confided that he might sell his soul for a hot dog with onions and ket,must on. I surprised him with 2 hots ground up and minced onions and all the toppings he had mentioned. I had asked for permission from nurse to do it . he ate all he could hold I was tickled for meeting him if you would ever like to speak To me about the short time of a week I enjoyed him please feel welcome to call he was a dear man . 6077391646 ied love to tell you about a week with a physically weakened man but not his mind. I shall miss my friend. love and many blessings to all of you. linda and dick howard erin n.y.
 
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Debi OBrian Posted at 07:17pm

Ride in the sunset of heaven with the rest of the cowboys Red,you kept us all on our toes , your missed
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