Michael Lee Reeves

Michael Lee Reeves

Saturday, March 16th, 1957 - Thursday, September 3rd, 2020
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Michael “Mike” Lee Reeves was born on March 16, 1957 in Sacramento, California to Glenn Reeves and Edna Miller.

Mike grew up in Kent, Washington and graduated from Kentridge High School in 1975.

Mike fell in love with the Hood River area around 1989 and was a master carpenter and sailboard builder in Mosier, Oregon. In his spare time, he took pride in his Gala and Johnny Gold organic apple orchard that he had planted and began growing in 1993 on his Mt. Hood property. He was a Master Gardner at heart.

Mike found joy with outdoor activities like windsurfing, rock climbing, biking, tennis and swap meets. Mike also enjoyed hanging out with friends, salsa dancing, go karts, classic muscle cars and many nights spent with friends playing guitars and various other musical instruments.

Mike endured three different kidney transplants over a 24 year period and never, ever allowed anything to hold him down or stop him from doing the things he loved – “Mike was Superman”.

Mike passed away peacefully early Thursday morning, September 3rd, 2020 in his Mt. Hood home with family by his side.

Mike is preceded in death by his father, Glenn Reeves and brother, Allen Miller.

Mike is survived by his mom, Edna Miller; step-mother, Arlene Reeves; sister, Debbie (& Leon) Gutierrez; brothers, Ron Miller and Vic (& Kathy) Miller; nieces, Glenda Gutierrez and Chelsea Gutierrez; nephews, Calvin Gutierrez and Riley Miller; along with so many friends from everywhere.

Mike will be truly missed by not only his family but by the many friends he has collected over the years.
In lieu of flowers, family asks that donations be sent in Mike’s name to; OHSU Foundation, 1121 SW Salmon Street, #100, Portland, Oregon 97205 with Kidney Transplant on the memo line.

Arrangements are under the direction of Anderson's Tribute Center (Funerals • Receptions • Cremations) 1401 Belmont Avenue, Hood River, Oregon 97031.

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M Kraus

Posted at 12:40pm
Mike was a real fighter! He endured so much over the years and always thought about the future and what he wanted to do next. We will miss him stopping by, out of the blue, with a 1/2 gallon of ice cream and a smile on his face. Sending love and condolences to the whole family.
John and Martha Kraus

James M Huston

Posted at 01:42pm
Arlene, Debbie and Family,
Mike was a great and kind person. Very loving and incredibly loyal. Amazing how he would drive all the way down to Plymouth to see his Dad and Arlene despite having to spend hours having dialysis during his visit. God chose Mike because he needs more people like him in heaven, but it is a major loss for the rest of us. The only consolation is having faith that Mike and his Dad, Glenn, are together again, and that should put a smile on your face.
Irene Freitas and Jim Huston

Beverly Pelkey

Posted at 02:31am
Debbie and family I’m so sorry for your loss. Mike was a caring and loving person he will be surely missed.

Ricky and Beverly Pelkey

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