A loving soul was taken from us in the twinkling of an eye when God summoned the Angel of Silence to bring his son home. A beautiful and faithful life ended here on earth on Wednesday, December 23, 2020.
Curtis Reynolds a.k.a. “PeeWee” was born in Danville, Georgia on Monday, February 25, 1952 to Evelyn “Coley” and J.T. Reynolds, Sr. Curtis accepted Christ at an early age and joined Spiritual Israel and It’s Army under the leadership of the late Bishop Haywood.
He attended Fort Wayne Community Schools. Curtis worked at Lincoln Bank until his health began to fail. Curtis loved to fish and spend time with his family. He was a giver, one that would give you his last dime or if you need somewhere to lay your head. He showed us how to love each other unconditionally.
He will truly be missed by those he loved most, his sisters, Mildred Chapman, Normal (Julius) Woods, Vedia (Jerry) Smith, and DeCarlo Reynolds; brothers, J.T. Reynolds, Jr., Frank Reynolds and Rashawn Brown; special friends, Ida Ben, and Willa Mae Wade; aunt, Ruth Harris; uncle, Felton Coley and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Evelyn and J.T. Reynolds, Sr.; sisters, Bernestine Reynolds, Andrea Davis, Bobbie Jean Reynolds; brothers, James Reynolds and Roland Reynolds; grandparents, Mary and Archie Clay and Eliza and James Reynolds, Sr.
Burial in Lindenwood Cemetery
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