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Joseph Michael Reynolds

2 septembre 195728 avril 2021

Joseph Reynolds, 63, of Norwich, CT lost his battle with cancer on April 28th of 2021. Joseph is survived by his 5 children(Lisa Lawerence, Alex Jamrog, Corey Reynolds, Aaron Reynolds and Christina Reynolds) and four grandchildren. Joseph was raised in Kennett Square, PA along with his 6 brothers(Charles Reynolds Jr, Thomas Reynolds, Richard Reynolds, William Reynolds, David Reynolds[1959-2004]and Neal Reynolds. Joe was always very dedicated to his career as a truck driver and mechanic. He often considered his kids the pride and joy of his life. His generosity was always front and center, welcoming all with open arms into his home. His most notable nickname was “Papa Joe”, which was used by many who loved him. Quick to sarcasm, Joe could also disarm with his funny and flirtatious personality. He will always be remembered through the hearts and lives he touched throughout his life. Rest easy now, Joseph. You shall be remembered always by those who love you. Services for Joseph Reynolds will be held on May 14, 2021 at 5:30pm. The address is Grace Baptist Church 256 North Rd, Groton, CT 06340

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Samantha Ferland

25 mai , 2021

Joe is one of the sweetest and most kindness person I have ever met. He is the kind of person who would give the shirt off his back for someone in need. He worked hard his whole life and showed the greatest love to his children. My heart is broken that the world lost such a wonderful person like him. I was lucky to have known him and he will never be forgotten in my heart.

Anthony Perrone

16 mai , 2021

Joe(Jumbo) you have always had a giving heart. You were kind to so many. Life, time and events people grow apart., but remembering the times our lives crossed will be held forever.
Anthony and Margie

Debbie Estes

15 mai , 2021

Your dad was an amazing man, and always loved you and Nadia. He was always so good to her, treated her like one of his own. He had a strong, quiet presence that loved your girls silliness!!

Valerie pepas-Smolen

14 mai , 2021

Jumbo, A lot of people know our history, but few know how we’ve remained friends over the years. You have the biggest heart and compassion for people, which is how we came to be all those years ago, and I thank you for that. Thank you for our goodbye when we talked,. you did it ‘jumbo’ style. You will be missed by many including me. May God bless you and give you everlasting peace 🙏🏻❤️

debra ROBINSON

13 mai , 2021

I knew joe for many many yrs, He was a good man, had a big heart, loved his family. never had a unkind word to say about anyone. If he sees you he would always make sure to say Hi and ask how you are doing. whenever we ran into each other he would make me smile. Joe you will sadly be missed, but never forgotten. R.I.P. Fly high with the rest of the angels..Debra Robinson

Brenda Dimbo

13 mai , 2021

I remember back at UConn he came to drop things off and I had meet him and we had a fun talking and he gave us money and it was just a fun time to be around him. Will miss you papa joe

nadia Estes

13 mai , 2021

such a amazing man. was around for most of my childhood and i spent countless moments and days with him, always full of love and laughter. never a bad time. such a amazing person and father who will be missed heavily. he meant a lot to me and holds a place in my heart.

Bill Specht

13 mai , 2021

A big man with a big heart. Was my pleasure to have known him. Rest easy you gentile sole.

LAURA BONIFACINO

13 mai , 2021

Dearest Joe, your contagious laughter and enthusiasm warmed my heart and were the first of many beautiful memories of my first stay in the USA to get to know my part of the American family. Thanks God for meeting you!
I'll miss you.
Laura

Jen Dempsey

13 mai , 2021

my friend, you have been a prat of my life for so many years now... far away in physical distance, but close in my mind and prayers. it is bizarre to no longer pray for you, or for my sister who went before you. i have regrets of not being able to be more present when you guys needed it. and i have so many times this past week i sit and wish i could have said goodbye. and so i will take this space and moment to say so now. goodbye, my friend bro-seph.

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