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Clarence "Bus" Reeves

March 3, 1950 — July 7, 2022

Clarence G. Reeves was born on March 3, 1950 in Dorchester, SC. He earned his heavenly wings on July 7, 2022. Clarence, most famously known as "Bus" or "Bus Driver", moved to Morristown NJ with his mother Edna as a child. He attended Morristown High School. There, he held the title for one of the most undefeated wrestlers in the NJ State Championships. His award-winning record remained unsurpassed for several decades. He is noted in Morristown High School history as a wrestling team legend. Clarence was named "One of the Brightest Young Business Minds of the Future." In a local newspaper article in the late 70's.

After high school graduation, he moved to Omaha, Nebraska on a wrestling scholarship at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO). He eventually began his lifelong career as a drug & alcohol counselor, mentor & sponsor. He always loved to drive long distances and became a very well-known and liked bus driver throughout the city. "Bus", was a popular and well-respected man. He was known for his witty sense of humor, swagger & style. He was a huge Giants fan and loved to argue for hours with any Cowboys fan about why his "Giants are the greatest team to ever touch the football field." He was a joyful servant and did whatever he could to help out anyone in need. He loved extracurricular gaming activities, frequenting festivals, parades, and enjoying buttered crab legs while listening to classic R&B, jazz, or blues music.

He is predeceased by his mother Edna Doyle Buford and his father Clarence Reeves. He leaves behind a Special Friend & Companion Velma Clark, 5 children; Leslie Reeves-Bolen (Darrin) of Morristown; Tarshish T.J. Jones (Corrie) of Omaha; Terrance J. Reeves of Upper Marlboro; Charles G. Kearney(Ashley) of Atlanta; Natasha Badio (Will) of East Windsor; 2 granddaughters Sloane & Olivia, 5 grandsons Tairiq, Terrell, Tyson, Greycen, Princeton, a Bonus Daughter Isheea Bultez of Omaha, and a host of relatives and very dear friends.

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Saturday, July 29, 2023

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