James F. Reagan, 76, of Stafford County, passed away Saturday, December 2, 2017 at his home.
Mr. Reagan was a faithful member of Ferry Farm Baptist Church where he served as deacon, Sunday School teacher, and trustee. He worked at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren for 36 years where he was instrumental in the implementation of the AEGIS combat system and received several meritorious service awards.
Survivors include his wife Vivian L. Reagan; children Judith Reagan of Elbert, CO and Karen Reagan of Fayetteville, NC; grandchildren Michael J. Fedowitz III and Reagan C. Fedowitz; sisters Reva Choate and Jimmie Nell Garrett, both of Jamestown, TN; and numerous nieces, nephews, and special friends.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, December 6 at Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg.
A service will be held at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, December 7 at Ferry Farm Baptist Church. Interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Covenant Funeral Service, Fredericksburg
Wednesday December 6th, 2017
6:00pm - 8:00pm
4801 Jefferson Davis Hwy.
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Oak Hill Cemetery
Thursday December 7th, 2017
1902 Plank Road
Fredericksburg, VA 22401
Ferry Farm Baptist Church
Thursday December 7th, 2017
1 Westmoreland Drive
Fredericksburg , VA 22401
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My first thought was to say that Jim was a model individual and Christian that we should all strive to mimic, but that's not really fair for the rest of us - he set the bar that high. (And his humility would hate that I said that!)
Here's to an earthly life well lived, and an eternal life alongside the Savior he loved so fully.
Submitted by Duane Blackburn on Dec 5 2017 09:09:01 PM
Sandy Collier lit a candle for James F. Reagan
Sandy Collier lit a candle on Dec 5 2017 05:22:29 PM
Jim was such a fine man. Both of us had the privilege of working with him on various Aegis projects and found him to be the ultimate professional. He was a dedicated Christian who had a servant’s heart and was not ashamed to share his faith. The world needs more Jim Reagan’s. May he rest in peace, and may his family and church find comfort, as they experience this massive loss.--Cindy and Luke Miller
Submitted by Cynthia K Miller on Dec 5 2017 04:23:35 PM
My deepest sympathy for the loss of James, he made our pot lucks so much better at Enoch. My deepest condolences and may God Keep Bless you Vivian.
Submitted by Kathleen Csemy on Dec 5 2017 03:19:55 PM
Being in a different state, I had only met my cousin (through marriage), James, a handful of times. However, rarely does a human make a mark on one's life as James did. Caring, thoughtful, kind and generous a human being as anyone could possibly be. If all of us had just a bit of him in us the world would be a much better place... Rest in peace, cousin. ❤️
Submitted by Jon and Debra Motes on Dec 5 2017 09:08:58 AM
My deepest sympathy to the family of Jim Reagan. It was exactly 25 years ago my family and I bought and moved into the little white house across the street from Ferry Farm Baptist Church. We dedided to visit the church one sunday morning.We must have been late because when we walked in the door everyone was staring at us. It was crowded, I had a 4 year old and a four month old baby. It was Mr Reagan who immediately jumped up welcomed us and got us situated. He followed through with our family and invited us to Wednesday night dinner. I cannot imagine how different our lives may have been if he hadn't welcomed us to church that morning. He encouraged me through the difficult years raising teenage daughters, guided me through my treasurer job at the church, comforted me during the death of my husband, sat with me while I waited for loved ones in surgery, visited me in the hospital, and attended my daughters weddings. He even hand crafted the most beautiful
rolling pin for her gift. Mr. Reagan touched my family's life. He was an example of what the love of Christ looks like here on earth. I have never known anyone with more Integrity and Honor. I will miss him deeply.
Submitted by Julie Malecha on Dec 4 2017 04:03:08 PM
To the Reagan family,
I knew James Regan from Dahlgren base. I will always share those memories of him in my heart and soul forever. He was an outstanding husband and father to his family. There is an angel looking down at us and his name is James. I will keep him and his family in my prayers. May he rest in peace. I am unable to come for this service on Thursday afternoon since I am busy at work. God bless to all. Mike McGinn from work.
Submitted by Mike McGinn on Dec 4 2017 02:09:56 PM
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