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Reginald Coy ‘Reggie’ Quesenberry

Reginald Coy Quesenberry, “Reggie” to those who knew and loved him, of the Back Creek community in Pulaski, Va., went peacefully to meet his Lord Sunday, Jan. 6, 2019.

His daddy, Coy Knarr Quesenberry, would have been there to greet him and certainly this must have been a rocking reunion! Reggie leaves his dear, redheaded wife, Sherri Rorrer Quesenberry, and their precious fur baby, Roscoe. He also leaves his kind, compassionate mother, Etheline Quesenberry, 94; Glenna Q. Cox, his devoted and generous sister, and his big-hearted brother-in-law, Gary Cox.

Always known as “Reggie” to his friends and those whom he held dear, he was a gentle loving man to one and all … especially those he held close. He treasured music, toe tapping, guitar picking, especially Jerry Garcia. Many moments were filled with tunes, memories, and laughter!

He loved the garden, whether tiny or tumultuous, discovering new plants and designs. Ideas kept his mind humming. Hummingbirds were one of the tiny creatures that fascinated him most. Bird watching was much the hobby … or with Roscoe, bird “herding!,” which was a time filled with laughter, giggles, and puppy kisses! A favorite game, too, was capturing the latest stick or branch!

Funeral services are Friday, Jan. 11, 5:30 p.m. from Stevens Funeral Home Chapel. Visitation is Friday evening at the funeral home, where the family will receive friends from 4 p.m. until the service hour. A private family interment follows in Thornspring Cemetery.

Flowers are appreciated, but the family suggests memorials may be made to Pulaski County Humane Society, P.O. Box 1046, Dublin, VA 24084.

HEAVEN, THE PLACE WHERE ALL THE DOGS YOU EVER LOVED WILL COME RUNNING TO GREET YOU!!!

Arrangements by Stevens Funeral Home, Pulaski, Va.

 

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