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Reagan Tubb
Reagan Lee Tubb was born on December 13, 1944, in Houston, Texas to Henry Weldon Tubb and Wanda Marine Moffett. Reagan was 77 years young when he was received by our Lord on February 1, 2022, at 1:00 A.M. He is now dancing in Heaven, pain free, and celebrating his reunion with his adored son, Kevin Tubb, father, Henry Tubb and mother, Wanda Duke. Reagan is survived by his beloved wife of 18 years, Liana Tubb; daughter, Tabitha and husband Glenn Pickrell; the mother of his children, Linda Anderson; grandmother of his children, Lois Anderson; his grandchildren, Michael and wife Keren Barnes, Nathan and wife Laura Wyatt, Chase and Ty Pickrell; his great-grandchildren Colton and Madison Wyatt and Nova Barnes; Brother, Max and wife Doris Tubb; Sisters; Karla and husband John Conner, Terry and husband Angelo Molina; brother in law, Ronnie Treece and numerous beloved nieces and nephews. He will be missed by many relatives and friends. As a child Reagan lived and attended school in the small East Texas town of Oakwood, he also lived in Long Beach, California, Albuquerque, New Mexico and Dallas, Texas. He married and raised his two children in Dallas. As a young newlywed he began a career at Western Catering and later started and sold his own food truck business. In 1999 he went to work at Artex Overhead Door where he established many lifelong friendships, he retired from Artex in 2016. His greatest love was spending time with family, watching the Dallas Cowboys, camping, boating, fishing, bowling, tennis and visiting the Texas coast. In retirement Reagan enjoyed the occasional slot machine with his wife Liana, shopping for unique gifts at Traders Village and estate sales and was an avid movie buff. Reagan was the life of the party; his sense of humor was infectious, he knew no stranger and genuinely loved everyone, his kind heart and gentle soul could be matched by very few. A celebration of Reagan’s life will be held at: Crossroads Christian Church 6450 TX-360, Grand Prairie, TX 75052 February 12, 2022 11:00am CST Flowers can be received at church Friday, February 11th and before 10:00am on Saturday, February 12th. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to a fund for Liana: Condolences for the family may be offered at:
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  1. Liana, Reagan’s children and grandchildren, I am so very sorry for your loss. I always enjoyed being around Reagan and his sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  2. I am so sorry for the loss of Reagan Lee. He was a childhood friend who lived across the street from me in Oakwood. There were so many children about the same age who lived just a stone’s throw from each other in our neighborhood. We played from morning until night when our parents would call us into supper. We went to bed thinking what would we do the next day. We didn’t have many toys so we made up our games and never got bored. Reagan was the youngest of our group, but that didn’t make any difference. He was so loved by us and will never be forgotten. I have made a donation to the Oakwood Cemetery Association in his memory. Sincerely, Mary and Anil Shah

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