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Obituary - Dannielle Elizabeth Reed



Funeral services for Dannielle Elizabeth Reed, age 3 years of Bell Buckle, will be held 10:30AM Wednesday at Doak-Howell Funeral Home in Shelbyville, with Mike Gregg & Steve Murphy officiating. Burial will follow in the Rose Hill Memorial Gardens in Tullahoma. Danielle died suddenly, Saturday, at the United Regional Medical Center in Manchester.

 

She was born February 28, 2002 in Tullahoma and is the daughter of Danny Reed of Manchester & Tammy Burrus of Bell Buckle. An avid fan of Tennessee Walking horses, she spent a lot of time riding and working at Sand Creek Farms. She was a student at Fairlane Christian School.

 

Survivors in addition to her parents are ; a step-mother Sharon Reed of Manchester. A sister Ashley Sinclair Wall of Virginia, a brother Justin Douglas Reed of Shelbyville, Step-brother Matthew Ross of Manchester.

Grandparents, Carol & Curtis Burrus of Virginia, Great-Grandmother Jane Boyles of Pennsylvania, & great great Grandma Karper of Pennsylvania. Several Aunts & Uncles & one nephew

 

She was preceded in death by her Grand-parents H.D. & Shirley Jean Reed.

Memorials may be made to the Fairlane Christian School. Contributions may be made to the Dannielle Reed Fund C/O Regions Bank 1401 Madison St. Shelbyville, TN. 37160

 

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