Gobbler family to miss Coach Reeve

Dear Editor,

I’d like to express my sincere gratitude to Coach Travis Reeve for his guidance and leadership of our Gobbler Athletic Program. I have learned so much from him and consider it an honor to have worked with him for seven years at Cuero High School. He has been a tremendous leader for the coaching staff, our school, our community and our entire athletic program.

As Head Football Coach his primary duties centered around football however he always made sure attention was given to all Gobbler sports. His support of both the boys and girls programs certainly led to many successful seasons for many different sports at Cuero during his tenure. There have been many young men and women who have had the opportunity to pursue college dreams due to their success as a Gobbler student athlete.

We often hear “It takes a village…”. Well I believe that you have to have the right leader running and organizing that village for it to be successful. Coach Reeve was that person…The glue that held it all together. We will greatly miss his passion, commitment, wisdom, faith and sense of humor around the Gobbler athletic facilities. It also was an honor to have the opportunity to coach Ainsley Reeve and get to know the entire Reeve family.

What a wonderful family, and asset to Cuero over all these years. Coach, Destiny, Blake, Ainsley and Colt…We will miss you!! Coach…Thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have done for me, Cuero and the entire community. You and your family will always be in our prayers – GodSpeed!!!

Amy Crain

Girls Athletic Coordinator

Head Basketball/Golf Coach

Cuero High School

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