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Kash Jackson Reed, of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at the age of 15.

Kash “KJ” was born in Scottsdale, AZ on July 12, 2002 to Jack and Melissa Reed. A freshman at Queen Creek High School, Kash loved robotics, was an avid bike rider, Xbox savant, computer psychiatrist, pocket knife collector, and classic rock enthusiast. Kash was a precious soul and he will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

Kash is survived by his brother Jacob Reed and his sister Raynee Bradley-Reed of Dimmitt, TX; grandparents, Marjory Maud of Tempe, AZ; Estelle Maud of Mesa, AZ; Derl Peterson of Pinetop, AZ; and Frank and Myrtle Stell of Winslow, AZ; aunts and uncles, Deborah and Dan Montgomery of Tucson, AZ; Oliver H. Maud III of Florence, AZ; Janet and Mike Lemons of Wickenburg, AZ; Becky and Jimmy Priest of Amarillo, TX; Robin Reed of Amarillo, TX; Ronald and Lisa Reed of Show Low, AZ; Tommy and Joyce Reed of Linden, AZ; and Pat Little of Albuquerque, NM. Kash is also survived by numerous beloved cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandfathers, Oliver “Bucky” H. Maud, Jr., Tom Reed, as well as his grandmother, Myrl Peterson.

Services for Kash Jackson Reed will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 1:00 pm at the LDS Chapel, located at 20637 E. San Tan Blvd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142. In lieu of flowers, the family suggest memorials be made to the Kash Reed Memorial fund in care of BMO Harris Bank, 21479 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, AZ  85142.

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  1. Somer Fite says:

    I have a son who’s presently a Junior at QCHS, Jett Koester, and one that graduated last year, Jace Koester. Although they didn’t know Kash on a personal level, they are devastated at Kash’s sudden passing. Our family is saddened at the thought of what your family is presently going through and we pray that God is shining His light upon your family during this overwhelming time of grief, and lifting you all up to provide strength and comfort so that you may all find some semblance of peace. We are sending much love to your family and friends and offering our services to you for whatever you may need during this time and onward. Please know that the boys not only are thinking of Kash, but Jake as well, as this age is so difficult to experience such tragedy. I continue to pray and send my love to you all as we look upon pictures of Kash with his beautiful blue eyes and sweet smile, and know that he is being well taken care of by our Heavenly Father.

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Kash Jackson Reed, of Queen Creek, AZ, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at the age of 15.

Kash “KJ” was born in Scottsdale, AZ on July 12, 2002 to Jack and Melissa Reed. A freshman at Queen Creek High School, Kash loved robotics, was an avid bike rider, Xbox savant, computer psychiatrist, pocket knife collector, and classic rock enthusiast. Kash was a precious soul and he will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

Kash is survived by his brother Jacob Reed and his sister Raynee Bradley-Reed of Dimmitt, TX; grandparents, Marjory Maud of Tempe, AZ; Estelle Maud of Mesa, AZ; Derl Peterson of Pinetop, AZ; and Frank and Myrtle Stell of Winslow, AZ; aunts and uncles, Deborah and Dan Montgomery of Tucson, AZ; Oliver H. Maud III of Florence, AZ; Janet and Mike Lemons of Wickenburg, AZ; Becky and Jimmy Priest of Amarillo, TX; Robin Reed of Amarillo, TX; Ronald and Lisa Reed of Show Low, AZ; Tommy and Joyce Reed of Linden, AZ; and Pat Little of Albuquerque, NM. Kash is also survived by numerous beloved cousins. He is preceded in death by his grandfathers, Oliver “Bucky” H. Maud, Jr., Tom Reed, as well as his grandmother, Myrl Peterson.

Services for Kash Jackson Reed will be held on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at 1:00 pm at the LDS Chapel, located at 20637 E. San Tan Blvd., Queen Creek, AZ 85142. In lieu of flowers, the family suggest memorials be made to the Kash Reed Memorial fund in care of BMO Harris Bank, 21479 S. Ellsworth Rd., Queen Creek, AZ  85142.

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  1. Somer Fite says:

    I have a son who’s presently a Junior at QCHS, Jett Koester, and one that graduated last year, Jace Koester. Although they didn’t know Kash on a personal level, they are devastated at Kash’s sudden passing. Our family is saddened at the thought of what your family is presently going through and we pray that God is shining His light upon your family during this overwhelming time of grief, and lifting you all up to provide strength and comfort so that you may all find some semblance of peace. We are sending much love to your family and friends and offering our services to you for whatever you may need during this time and onward. Please know that the boys not only are thinking of Kash, but Jake as well, as this age is so difficult to experience such tragedy. I continue to pray and send my love to you all as we look upon pictures of Kash with his beautiful blue eyes and sweet smile, and know that he is being well taken care of by our Heavenly Father.

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