OBITUARY

Cordilia Reynolds

October 30, 1938February 22, 2019

Cordilia “Cordy” Reynolds Lopez, 80, of McKinney, Texas, passed away on February 22nd 2019. Cordy was the firstborn to Teodoro Lopez and Josephine Lopez in Pecos, New Mexico on October 30th 1938. She was raised in Santa Fe with her two brothers and five sisters.Cordy graduated from Santa Fe High School in 1953, where she enjoyed participating in theatre and cheerleading.

In her young life, she explored various career options, but eventually found her place at Texas Instruments/Raytheon, where she led a fulfilling career for thirty years.

Cordy enjoyed photography, home décor, spending time with family, and British murder-mystery T.V. shows. Her greatest passion was researching her family history through genealogy. She was writing an expansive historical collection regarding her grandchildren’s lineage.

Cordy is survived by her children, Lara Greyson and husband Michael; Joe Lovato and wife Hillary; Chris Lovato and wife Susan; and her grandchildren Samantha and Alex Greyson.

Cordy lived her life as a truly strong and independent woman. Cordy had a radiant spirit and brightened the lives of those around her. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

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Joseph lovato

March 7, 2019

I will truly miss you Mom. My biggest regret was not spending enough time with you. I will never forget the lessons that you've taught me. I am truly going to miss listening to you answer your phone when you knew I was calling. You will always be in my heart, now it's time to let go and let God. I love you Mama

Brandy Donovan

March 5, 2019

I worked with Cordy at Raytheon. She was a very special lady who was kind of like a "mother" to all of us. She took pride in helping everyone, took interest in our lives and well being, and shared funny and interesting stories with us about her life and family. She was also spunky and strong-willed, which I very much admired. She will always be remembered and missed. Sincere condolences to all of her family.

Corrine "Tiny" Varela (Lopez)

March 1, 2019

Lara, Chris, Tina and Joe and Family, I am saddened to hear of the loss of my Beloved Aunt Cordy! May God Bless and Comfort you all and may he bring you peace and heartfelt memories of her. I hadn't seen her in many years, but I always admired her classy ways and the way she dressed to the T! She is in Heaven with our loved ones, especially Grandpa/Grandma, Auntie Mary Jo and my Beloved Daddy! Know cousins that you are loved and thought of very often. May Auntie Rest in Eternal Peace and let Perpetual Light Shine upon her. Much love to you all

David Greyson

February 27, 2019

Amanda, Mary and I always enjoyed your big, warm hugs and the extra joy your company brought to family gatherings and especially Christmas and Thanksgiving. I always found your talent of digging back through our families' genealogy fascinating. We'll always think lovingly and fortunately of the time we spent with you. Our love... David, Amanda, & Mary

Samantha Greyson

February 26, 2019

Because of you, I had a truly amazing childhood. I will always remember playing dress up with your old clothes, creating elaborate stories with my barbies, and transforming your living room into a little camp made of umbrellas and sheets. I'm so thankful that I had a role model such as you. You shaped me into the person I am today and taught me that I am capable of anything I put my mind too. I will love you forever and miss you every day. Heaven has gained an angel.

Lara Greyson

February 26, 2019

You were my rock and I'll miss you every day Mom. You cherished your grandchildren, and I am grateful for the wonderful memories they will have for the rest of their lives of their beloved Grandma Cordy.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY