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Richard Carver (Dick) Reynolds


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August 11, 1941 Jersey City, New Jersey

Dick is survived by his daughter Kimberly Cavin and her husband William, Richard Reynolds of Massachusetts and Erick and his wife Jackie Reynolds of Georgia.

Dick moved from Minnesota 8 years ago, to be closer to his daughter and her family. Dick’s pride and joy were his granddaughters whom he bragged about all the time, Megan Meeks, Brianna Meeks, and Taylor Barnard and her husband Cameron. He was also so proud of his other grandchildren Sarah, William, Lisa, Mitch and Sydney, whom he loves to the moon and back. He leaves his brother Bill Reynolds and wife Karen, brother Bob Reynolds and wife Cheryl, and sister Kathie Arnold. He has numerous nieces, nephews, and friends.

He was so kindly cared for by the numerous caregivers including Andrea (Andi) and the Comfort Keepers crew. He enjoyed the girls that visited him from Hospice and J.T. Dick served in the United States Navy from 1960-1964 where he served as an Electronic Technician (ERT 2). He also served in the United States Air Force as a Staff Sargent P2 from 1965-1968. Dick worked as a computer programmer for Honeywell and ADP while living in New Jersey. After retiring he moved to Minnesota and bought a farm before making his home in Roswell. His hobbies were: joke teller, avid reader, loved too work in his wood shop, enjoyed cooking, his music, his pets and gardening. He also enjoyed attending his granddaughters sporting events.

We are so grateful for all the love, care and support from all who have helped us through this journey. In lieu of flowers please make a donation to Fisher House Foundation(Helping Military Families)in Dick’s memory.

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