Debo Funeral Home

833 Court Street, Fulton, MO


James David Reynolds

February 22, 1962December 30, 2019
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James David Reynolds, 57, died Monday, December 30, 2019 at the family home north of New Bloomfield, Missouri. David was born February 22, 1962 in Fulton, Missouri to Phillip Reynolds and Ruth Ann Kaiser Reynolds. David’s father’s Air Force career took the family to Texas, England, Germany and back to Texas, where David graduated from Judson High School in Converse and Southwest Texas (now Texas State) University. Business degree in hand, David went to California for a short career in the restaurant business, from which he came away with the skills of a great chef. He spent thirty years in pharmaceutical sales, in which field he was consulting at the time of his death. He was married to Christine Englehart, with whom he had two children whom they co-parented following their divorce. He coached his children’s hockey, baseball and softball teams. He is survived by his daughter, Jessica Reynolds (Gio) Alexander and grandson, Owen James Alexander all of St. Louis; son, Aaron (Samantha) Reynolds of St. Louis; his parents, Phil and Ruthie Reynolds and sister, Susan Reynolds (Bill) Geiger of Spring Branch, Texas. He attended The Crossing church in Columbia, Missouri. A Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Debo Funeral Home in Fulton, Missouri. The family will receive guests from 1:00 p.m. until the time of the service at the funeral home.


  • Phil and Ruthie Reynolds, Parents
  • Jessica Reynolds (Gio Alexander), Daughter
  • Owen James Alexander, Grandson
  • Aaron Reynolds (Samantha Reynolds), Son
  • Susan Reynolds (Bill Geiger), Sister


  • Family will receive guests Saturday, January 11, 2020
  • Memorial Service Saturday, January 11, 2020


James David Reynolds

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Rhonda Robinson

January 31, 2020

My deepest sympathy and condolences to you and your family. My heart aches for you, my soul sister. Miss you so much and praying for you all. Give your mom my love and I’m sending good thoughts and prayers her way. I’ll meet you at our rock when you’re ready.
Love you!

Susie Geiger

January 31, 2020

Mom is coming to you ❤️ I miss you David

Ian Minser

January 17, 2020

I remember “car farts” from Dave driving over the rumble strips when we were too young to understand it after games. That’s probably one of my only memories from being that young, but something that sticks with me. Safe travels.

Warren M. Hollrah

January 10, 2020

Phil, Ruth and family: My condolences and God Bless!

Mickey Davis

January 10, 2020

I just want to say how sorry I am for the passing of David. My prayers are with the whole family and I'm there with you all of you today and forever. Love to all Mickey

Terri Salter Fertitta

January 7, 2020

Friends for 40+ years...so many stories. Dave you will be missed.

Condolences to the family, you are in our prayers.

Terri and Scott Fertitta

Kevin DeMartino

January 6, 2020

Dave was my good friend for over 20 years, together we coached my daughter and Jessica's competitive girls softball team for years. Our friendship grew stronger as the years passed. I will miss you buddy.
Kevin DeMartino and Family.

George Oliver

January 5, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. He reported to me during the McKesson years. He always did a great job and I appreciated all of his talents and skills. I liked him very much and though we did not talk much in these last years, I will miss him. My condolences...

Robin Camacho

January 4, 2020

So very sorry to hear such sad news. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Reynold’s family during this difficult time. RIP Dave.

The Camacho Family xoxo

Chris Jung

January 4, 2020

Dave was my friend for nearly 30 years. He helped me get my first job in health care. His wit, sense of humor and fierce loyalty were always on display. Although we’ve been separated geographically by almost 2,000 miles for the past 20+ years, when we talked by phone it always took me back to some of the best days of my life working, golfing and hanging with my buddy Dave. Two weeks ago, I spoke with him for an hour and as always, he was funny as hell. He was intensely proud of Aaron & Jess, as well as thrilled to be grandpa to Owen James. Dave, like us all, had his flaws, but he brought a heck of a lot of joy to me and to those around him. I miss him already.