Reed Bullock Crosbie
November 7, 1943 ~ December 12, 2021
Reed Bullock Crosbie, 78, peacefully passed away in his home Sunday, December 12 2021.
Reed was born November 7, 1943 in Ogden, Utah where he spent his childhood and then graduated from Ogden High School. After high school he started working at Skaggs as an ice cream scooper, where shortly after he met the love of his life, JoAnne. Reed and JoAnne were married two years later on November 7, 1963. The couple welcomed their first child, Doug, the summer of 1964, and their second child, Cindy, three years later on Reed's birthday in 1967. Reed continued his job at Skaggs and eventually worked his way up to management where he remained until he retired in 1993.
After his retirement, he was finally able to spend his time as the greatest outdoorsman he always wanted to be. Reed was known to be an avid hunter and fisherman, spending his summers in Swan Valley, Idaho where he met many lifelong friends. He was constantly making jokes and playing pranks, always being the life of any party. He lived a very full and adventurous life and was able to do what he loved up until the end. His family will always remember him as "The Legend" that gave them countless laughs, memories and unconditional love.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Carma Bullock; his father, Lawrence Sorenson Crosbie; his sister, Bonnie Lucretia Campbell; and his sister, Joyce Crosbie Olsen.
Reed is survived by and lives on through the love of his life, JoAnne Crosbie; his son, Douglas Reed (Pam) Crosbie; his daughter, Cindy Lee (John) Weaver; his grandchildren, Brandie (Josh) Page; Justin (Shawnny) Crosbie; Jordan Trujillo, Maryssa (Eddy) Salgado; and nine great-grandchildren, his sister, Diane Crosbie Furguson; his brother, Merrill Lawrence Crosbie; and his brother, Robert Brigham Crosbie.
The family would like to give a special "Thank you" to Reed's greatest friends, Shane and Rachel for being such great friends and always being there for him.
Friends may visit with family on Sunday, December 19, 2021 from 6 to 8 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.