OBITUARY

James C. Reynolds

3 August , 194125 October , 2015

James (Jim) Chester Reynolds Aug. 3, 1941 - Oct. 25, 2015

Jim passed away peacefully Oct. 25 in hospital in White Rock, B.C. at the age of 74 with family and friends at his side. Born in Edmonton, he is predeceased by his mother Helen, father Ches and sister Cathie. He survived by his wife Tammy and four sons he was intensely proud of: Patrick (Sheila), Terry (Christine), Jeffrey (Joeline) and Ryan (Blake). Grandchildren Jaimie, Reilly, Heather, Aidan, Owen and James will miss him. He is also survived by sister Sheila and brother Rod. Despite health challenges that could have slowed him down, Jim was a strong and passionate man who lived life to the fullest. His spirit, stories and memories live on in his sons and grandkids. Special thanks to Pam and Bambi, who cared for him in his final years and to the staff and volunteers at Peace Arch Hospital who provided such compassion in Jim's last days. As requested, there will be no formal service. In lieu of flowers, Jim's family suggests donations be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (www.michaeljfox.org).

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Andrea Adamovich

20 November 2016

Remembering Jim. I can't believe it's been a year. My thoughts go out to Tammy and his 4 children.
Lots of fond memories of my life with the Reynolds.

Cathy (McLoughlin) Coviello

12 February 2016

Dear Tammy,
I was so sorry to hear that your wonderful husband had passed away. (I've been living in Boston for the past 10 years, and just found out.) My favorite indelible memories of Jim are from when you and I were next door neighbors and you were dating. He would pull up in front of the house and jump out of the car, and bound through the hedge to your door. Always smiling, always enthusiastic and always with a greeting and a kind word (even to Phyllis). I loved watching (spying?) on the two of you. So beautiful, so perfect together. Truly blessed.
Thinking of you and hope you are doing well.
Love, hugs,
Cathy

6 November 2015

Tammy,
Jim's generosity towards family, friends and classmates will be remembered. We think of the wonderful time we had at your cabin.
May his soul rest in peace and may God bless you and your family
Alex& Terri Macaulay

31 October 2015

Years ago I met Jim within the food industry. He was jovial and cordial; we had a few chuckles when we met in retail stores etc. Jim`s personality was such that you looked forward to seeing him and easy to remember. It appears our birthdays are similar other than mine is 1940; an unknown coincidence. Sorry to hear of his passing and condolences to the family.
Al Joys - N. Delta

Jay Izzo

30 October 2015

I'm so sorry for your loss your family has my prayers

Laurel Schubert

30 October 2015

I worked with Jim for many years, both before and after his retirement. Always liked listening to the stories of his life at the cabin, and lots of family stories
He will be missed

Themeos Drossos

29 October 2015

Although I haven't seen Jim in many, many years, I remember him well from the mid- 50's. God bless you Jim.

Iris Marasigan

29 October 2015

Thank you for the lovely smile, warm and welcoming hugs and happy memories.... You will be terribly missed..

Jack and Muriel Whitty

29 October 2015

Dear Tammy and sons; we are so saddened to hear of Jim's passing. Our most sincere sympathy to Tammy and family. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.

29 October 2015

So sorry for your loss! Jeff, Joeline and family.

All our love, Uncle Mark, Aunt Angie, Toni, Sara and Jonathan and Grandma Vicki

FROM THE FAMILY