Barry Reed


When the weather is crisp and the road is perfect for a two-wheel drive, the memories that Barry made with family and friends will be visited once more in warmth and joyful remembrance.


To ensure your generosity and support are acknowledged - and to help protect you from future solicitations - the Reed Family has requested that memorial contributions be made through IN MEMORY OF to the


National Ataxia Foundation

Affecting people of all ages, Ataxia is a degenerative disease of the nerve cells in the cerebellum and spinal cord, affecting the entire nervous system causing lack of coordinated movement, slurred speech, tremors and potentially life-threatening heart problems. With a goal to find a cure, Dr. John W. Schut, MD founded the National Ataxia Foundation in 1957 to elucidate answers after losing family members to the disease. Eventually inheriting the disease and succumbing himself, his mission continues as NAF furthers its support of advanced research and vital programs and services for Ataxia families.

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