Marsha Sue Reeves


Marsha Sue Reeves (nee Kiefer), age 58, at rest December 27, 2019. Longtime resident of Lemont, late of Lockport. Born September 15, 1961 in Jackson, Minnesota to Kyle and Jacqueline Kiefer. Beloved wife of Fred for the past 40 years; loving mother of Amanda (Matt) Gincauskas and Hayden Reeves; devoted grandmother of Jacob and Luke; dearest sister of Mark (Jo Ann) Kiefer and Melissa (Bill) Holman; dear sister-in-law of Gail (Randy) May, Paul (Carol) Reeves and Vera Gardner; fond aunt of nieces and nephews. Marsha graduated from Lemont High School in 1979. She was blessed with an infectious laugh and smile. Marsha especially enjoyed time with her grandchildren, baking, and watching her cooking shows.  Memorial Services Sunday January 12, 2019 at 2 P.M. at St. Matthew Lutheran Church 305 Lemont St., Lemont. Pastor Michael Gudgel, officiating, followed by luncheon/visitation at La Dolce Vita 107 Stephen St., Lemont at 4 P.M. Interment private. Arrangements entrusted to Gerharz-Cappetta Funeral Home.  Info 630-257-2123 or


  1. Karen Etzkorn

    I am so sorry to hear about Marsha. She was such a wonderful person My condolences to the family and my thoughts and prayers are with all of you

  2. Ray Novak

    My sincerest sympathies to Fred, Melissa and the whole family. There are never the right words in these situations. Just know you are not alone and there is always someone to talk to.

  3. Ray Novak

    My deepest sympathies to Fred, Melissa and your entire families. There are never the right words in these situations. Just know you are not alone and there is always someone to talk to.

  4. Gavin Moravek

    Just heard from my cousin Bink … so, so sorry to hear the news.

    I remember Marsha “always” exuding such genuine happiness and enthusiasm, I can still see and hear her laughter now after all these years later!

    My sincere condolences to Fred, Mark, Melissa and family.

    My best – Gavin

  5. Pam Weber Sharp

    My heart goes out to all of you. Fred, Melissa and family, I am so very sorry. I remember Marsha as always smiling and so very sweet.
    With love and friendship,

  6. Jack and Janet Bluis

    So sorry for your loss Fred. Will never forget how kind you and her were to Jack’s cousin Jerry. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Kiefer and Reeves families.

    Jack and Janet Bluis

  7. Ed and Julie Hartwig

    Sending our love and prayers to your entire family. Marsha is a very special person who will be dearly missed. She meant so much to so many people and we were blessed to have spent time with her. Our thoughts are with you all.

  8. James Adamo MD

    Sincere condolences to the Reeves and Kiefer families.
    We ourselves shall be loved for awhile and forgotten. But the love will have been enough; all those impulses of love return to the love that made them. Even memory is not necessary for love. There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning. —Thornton Wilder: The Bridge of San Luis Rey

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