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Ray Reynolds

09/09/1942 - 03/19/2019

Obituary

Ray Reynolds passed away Tuesday, March 19, 2019, following a long battle with cancer. Family and friends will gather to celebrate his life of 76 years at 2 p.m. on Friday, March 22, 2019, followed by a visitation at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers.

Ray was born on September 9, 1942, to Andy and Isla (Payne) Reynolds in Eastland, TX. On November 30, 1961, Ray married the love of his life, Beverly, in Levelland, Texas.

Ray was a loving husband, father, and grandfather. He loved golfing, bowling, traveling, working crossword puzzles and playing cards with friends and family. He even enjoyed four hole in ones throughout his time on the links.

Ray retired from the Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant after 24 years of service where he served all over the world. He kept friendships made during that time for his entire life. He and Bev settled in Lubbock after his military career where he worked for Lockheed Martin at Reese AFB and ran the INS office in Lubbock.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Isla and Andy Reynolds, and brother, Andy Wayne Reynolds and loving wife, Beverly.

Survivors include his daughter and son-in-law, Leslie and Conrad Jones of Friendswood, TX; step-son, Sean Jones, step-daughter, Jennifer Jones; grandson, Jack Jones; step-grandchildren, Olivia, Braelea, Presley, and Payton; and a sister-in-law, Gloria Reynolds.

 

Memorials

Memorials contributions are suggested to the American Cancer Society at https://donate3.cancer.org.

Funeral Service

Location: Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
Date: 03/22/2019
Start Time: 2:00 pm
End Time: 3:00 pm

Visitation

Location: Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
Date: 03/22/2019
Start Time: 3:00 pm
End Time: 4:00 pm

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8 Comments on “Ray Reynolds”

  1. Thinking of you and your family in this time of sorrow, please take care..
    Love,

    Sean and Cindy

  2. So sorry to hear of Rays passing. We all had some great times together in England & also with visits to Lubb0ck. We also enjoyed all of the good times we had with Leslie as she began her career in California & often visited us on weekends.

  3. I’m sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this difficult time. You have my condolences.

  4. I know he and Bev are holding hands now You are in our thoughts and prayers

  5. Uncle Ray….you were a good man and a good friend….you’ve earned your rest.
    Condolences to Leslie and family….

    Randy and Richard Reynolds

  6. So sorry for your loss
    bev and ray were our card playing friends every Saturday night
    For so many years plus our bowler parters they are missed very much.
    god bless
    Love ya
    Vicki and Jerry Price

  7. I am grateful for Bev and Ray giving me their daughter and their grandson, jack. I have had good times with Ray and Bev. it is something I will treasure.

    Huley Jones

  8. I’m sorry for the loss of your loved one. My deepest sympathy goes to the family. In times like these I have found comfort from the Bible. Acts 24:15 gives us a beautiful hope for a resurrection of our loved ones that will soon come to be. Revelation 21:4 tells us that soon Jehovah God will do away with all causes of our suffering including, pain, mourning and death. I hope these scriptures can bring the family comfort during this time.

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