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Graveside Service

Dayton National Cemetery
Friday July 3rd, 2020
9:00am

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Reginald Compton Jr.

Compton, Reginald D. "Gunny", age 65 of Germantown passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and friends at Lakeside Manor on January 31, 2020. He was born in Middletown, OH to the late Reginald and Clara (Conrad) Compton and graduated from Garfield High School in Hamilton, OH. After high school Gunny spent 21 years serving in the U.S. Marines and retired as a Gunnery Sgt.  Gunny was a fun, loving and happy man who didn't know a stranger, he loved dancing, going to Miami Valley Gaming, and spending time with his grandchildren. Along with his parents, he was preceded in death by 2 infant brothers, David and Gary. He is survived by his daughters Carmey Compton, Kristina (Scott) Pagac, Melissa Wyatt,  Jon Wyatt, grandchildren Ashleigh and Daniel Donathan, Ethan Pagac, Skyler Engle, Bella and Lillian Wyatt, his dear friends Tim (Lisa) Ahlgren, Mike Emch and marine brothers and sisters, relatives and close friends. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to any the Dayton Fisher House or any Veterans Association in memory of Gunny. There will be a graveside committal service at Dayton National Cemetery on July 3, 2020 at 9:00am.  The family would like to thank the nurses and staff at the Dayton VA Hospice Lakeside Manor and the  hospitality from the Dayton VA Fisher House.

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I'll always will remember all the times we had together growing up. I'll always cherish those moments. I will miss you, my Brother. May God Bless you.

Darrell Snow Feb 3 2020 12:00 AM

I am being selfish. I want you back daddy. I don't want you in pain but I want you back. I need more time with you. I am gonna miss all the times we had together. All the laughter and the tears from laughing so hard. So many great memories. Sitting on the cooler while you and another carried it to the beach. All the travels, Disneyland, SeaWorld and many other fun places we went to. Dancing and the casino. You couldn't be in a room 2 mins with out making a friend. Memories go on and on. Always smiling. If someone did not have a smile, you made sure they had one before you left. Semper Fi daddy. I love you so much.

Carmey Feb 2 2020 12:00 AM

Daddy I love you so much. I have so many good memories of us but one of my favorites is the stories you shared with me while you were in the hospital and dancing at the MVG. I dont know why you were taken from us so soon and I know you are no longer in pain but I want you back. Our time wasnt enough and there were so many things you wanted to do.

Kristina Pagac Feb 2 2020 12:00 AM

I loved my nephew with all my heart.He was good man. A very loving caring person. He loved his family God and Country.

Judy Cobb Feb 2 2020 12:00 AM