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Donald K. Reynolds

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Donald K. Reynolds

Place of birth: Macon, Alabama

Religious affiliation: Christian

Mr. Donald  K. Reynolds was born June 6th, 1945 in Macon, Alabama. He was the wonderful son of late Mr. Benjamin and Ms. Faye Reynolds, of Macon.Donald is the foundation and loving husband, father, son, brother, grandfather, and uncle to his entire family.

He and his wife Hattie attended Lawndale Church of Christ under the leadership of Reverend Anderson Hamilton, which was later lead by Brother Robert L. Palmore Sr.

After living a long life Donald was honored with his wings in his home on April  24, 2018.

His Wife Hattie, one sister; Billie Mae and two brothers, Martin, and Matthew. All preceded him in death.His Legacy Continues, he leaves to mourn; His Brother Robert, His Loving Son Keith, His Granddaughter Keitany, His Nephews Derek, Deon, and Dante, special daughters; Nancy and Carol. And a host of loving friends and family.

“You were my oldest and best brother. You took care of me when no one else would. You will always be missed.” From Robert

“I love my father and he is truly missed” From: Keith

“Donald was a father to me, was a good man, loving, caring, and kind” From Carol

Pallbearers                                                                    
Keith Reynolds                                                                                                                                                       
Derek Marcus Reynolds                                                                                                                                         
Deon Jacob Reynolds                                                                                                                                             
Dante B. Reynolds

Honorary Pallbearers   
Robert Reynolds                                                                                                                                                          
John Cole                                                                                                                 

    Our Father kept a garden. A garden of the heart, he planted all good things, that gave our lives their start. He turned us to the sunshine and encouraged us to dream. Fostering and nurturing the seeds of self-esteem, and when the winds and rains come, he protected us enough; but not too much because he knew we would stand up strong and tough. His constant good example, always taught us right from wrong. Markers for our pathway that will last a lifetime long. We are our father’s garden. We are his legacy.

Acknowledgements: The Reynolds Family would like to thank everyone for their sympathy and support at this time of bereavement.

Funeral Notice Detail

Funeral Notice Detail\"In Loving Memory of Donald K. Reynolds" "Don" Born into Time June, 6th 1945 Born into Eternity April, 24 2018 Wake 11:00 am - 12:00 pm                                                      Funeral 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Friday, May 4th, 2018  Lawndale Church of Christ 2357-59 S. Lawndale Chicago, IL 60623

A Memorial Service will be held at

Lawndale Church of Christ

2357-59 S. Lawndale

Chicago, IL , IL 60623

On: May 04, 2018 — At: 11:00 AM

2 Responses

  • Marie Gravesande On

    I am truly touched by your memorial statement of love for your dear one. Love is a feeling of warm personal attachment or deep affection, as for a parent or child, for a friend and so forth; warm fondness for another; likewise, the benevolent affection of God for his creatures or the reverent affection due from us to God; also, the kindly affection properly expressed by God’s creatures toward one another. You have truly shown this love for your dear one. My deepest condolences in your time of grief. Just as Jesus resurrected Lazarus he can resurrect your loved one so you can be reunited. (John 11:43, 44)

  • Marie Gravesande On

    There is a bond so strong it is love, ‘Its flames are a blazing fire, the flame of God.’ Because such love originates with God. He is the One who has put in us the capacity to love. It is a flame whose blazings are inextinguishable. Such a love is what you’ve shown for your dear one. Song of Solomon 8:6,7. Please turn to God for comfort in your grief and recovery, ‘God himself will sustain you.’—Psalm 55:22.

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