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Corey J. Reeves

Corey J. Reeves, 39, passed away suddenly on January 1, 2023 in his Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire home.

Born in Beverly on April 3, 1983, he was the son of the late Gregory J. and the late Regina (Parsons) Reeves. He was raised in Essex and was a graduate of Essex Agricultural and Technical High School with the Class of 2002. After high school he enlisted in the Army as a Military Policeman with the 94th MP CO and was a veteran of the Gulf War. After leaving the Army he served as a federal police sergeant for the Department of Defense as well as working for other law enforcement agencies throughout his career. He also served as executive officer at the Danvers Law Enforcement Explorers program. He was proud to be part of this program where he was a mentor to many and a friend to everyone. He left law enforcement in 2015 to become a social worker and pursue his love for helping people. He graduated from Southern New Hampshire University in 2015 with a BA in psychology, later receiving his masterís in social work from Simmons University, with the Class of 2017. He had been currently working on his CAGS in education with a track toward his license as a school adjustment counselor, working as a social worker for Keystone Education Collaborative and part time at Heywood Hospital and Monadnock Community Hospital. His love for law enforcement and his love to help people throughout his life showed with the outpouring of love and support from countless friends and colleagues. Corey was a mentor, a friend, and was family. He was a kind and caring person who will be greatly missed.

Corey is survived by his grandmother Mrs. Carol A. Meader of Beverly, two uncles, William E. Meader Jr. and his wife Denise J. of Rowley, John Parsons and his wife Lisa Lane Parsons of Ipswich; an aunt, Deborah Parsons Aiello of Rockport, and many cousins.

His funeral service will be held at 11 am Tuesday January 17 in the Whittier-Porter Funeral Home, 6 High Street, Ipswich, followed by interment in with Military Honors in the Beverly Farms Cemetery, Beverly. Family and friends are cordially invited. Visiting hours will be held 5 to 8 pm Monday, January 16.


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