H.M. Patterson & Son-Arlington Chapel

173 Allen Road Ne, Sandy Springs, GA



10 March, 195811 January, 2020

Reginald MCDONALD was born on 10 March, 1958 and passed away on 11 January, 2020 in Montgomery, Alabama.


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Catherine Day

23 February 2020

Reggie was a man ,but also so much more he was a Father , Grandfather,a friend but most of all Christian . He was loved by many. Reggie was like a grandfather to me every Monday he would come to my home and have dinner with us and spend time with us . We went to the beach last Summer for a week he paid for it. I will miss Reggie more than you could ever know . He was always there for me and for myfor father. Many people say time will ease your pain. No amount will ease the pain that I have from missing him everyday. I will never forget him . I love you Grandpa Reggie.

Bob DeCamp

22 January 2020

About the only times I would see Reggie would be in Walmart breakroom or Walmart events, but sitting and talking with him, the conversation always included the Lord and God's love for us and Christ's payment on the cross in our place. What a comfort and hope we, as believers, have that we will see Reggie again, with the Lord. Till then, we will miss him.
Bob DeCamp, Douglas, Georgia

Scott Overby

21 January 2020

Reggie and I served together on many Mission Projects at Morningview Baptist Church. He had the true heart of a servant and was always willing to do whatever needed to be done, all being done in the name of the LORD. He has left a great legacey of what a christian man and servant of the LORD should look like. See you soon, brother! Love in Christ, ScottO

David Day

18 January 2020

One of Reggie's last Facebook posts ended with him talking about taking the gospel to the homeless whom he called his "homies."
"So many homeless that do not know the truths of scripture and I have a limited life to tell them. To GOD be the glory. " Reggie loved people because he loved God.
Reggie was an adopted grandpa to my kids and my very best friend that I shared the gospel beside almost every week.