OBITUARY

Reginald "Reggie" Traylor

August 9, 1968February 19, 2021
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Reginald "Reggie" Traylor, a native of Levittown, PA was born August 9, 1968 to William and Shellie Ann Cook. He entered his eternal rest on Friday, February 19, 2021. Reggie loved the Lord and confessed Christ at an early age. He began ministering the gospel in his early twenties as the “Lyrical Gun” in the Christian Rap group “B.A.D” (Born Again Disciples). He then began street ministry in downtown Mobile and became an Elder at Life Church of Mobile. Reggie also made several mission trips to Ghana West Africa where he led many to Christ. He later settled in Marietta, GA where he served as Elder and Board Member at Agape Marietta under Pastor Addison Silva. He is a faithful member of Victory Church Acworth where he serves as an usher and greeter under Pastor Jeff Hidden. Reggie recently became an Ordained Minister to serve people and families. He also did outreach and street ministry with New Covenant Family Church in San Antonio, Tx. under Bishop Grady Morris. Reggie attended college at Kennesaw State University and graduated with a degree in Finance. Reggie has worked for Lenbrook Square Foundation for 11 years and was promoted to Security Manager 2 years ago. He was always available to give advice to family, friends and coworkers. But Reggie's favorite thing to do was spend time with his family in Aruba on family vacations. Reggie is survived by his wife of 29 years, Shamichael "Shay" Traylor; sons, LaMiquel C. Traylor of Bessemer, Alabama and Reginald "Dre" Traylor of Marietta, Georgia; Parents, William and Shellie Ann Cook; brother, Douglas Cook; sisters, Jennifer Cook, Cheryl Cook, Barbara Cook all of Levittown, PA; grandchildren Jordyn Sankey and Phoenix Traylor; Nieces he raised as daughters Krestin, Deja, and Faith Chastang; Uncles, Reventer (Ruth) Traylor of CA, Larry (Vanessa) Traylor of TX, John (Sandra) Traylor of NV; Aunts, Mary McDade and Dora Webb of AL, Linda Harris of GA; Longtime Friends, Edward Montgomery, Dave Frazier, Andre Davis and Mimi Wright; he is also survived by a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and special friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Shamichael Lasonya Traylor, Wife
  • William Cook, Father
  • Shellie Ann Cook, Mother
  • LaMiquel C. Traylor, Son
  • Reginald "Dre" Traylor, Son
  • Douglas Cook, Brother
  • Jennifer Cook, Sister
  • Cheryl Cook, Sister
  • Barbara Cook, Sister
  • Jordyn Sankey, Grandchild
  • Phoenix Traylor, Grandchild

Services

  • Visitation

    Friday, February 26, 2021

  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Celebration of Life for Reggie Traylor

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Memories

Reginald "Reggie" Traylor

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Crystal Gresham

February 27, 2021

I met Reggie and Shay through the prayer line. Awesome Prayer Warriors! Bro. Reggie would always have a word that would encourage and inspire. My deepest condolences to the family.

Sharon Williams

February 27, 2021

I remember Reggie from Life Church of Mobile. We were from McIntosh, Al. We saw Reggie occasionally after church and Shemichael was right by his side most of the time. He was a fun loving person who loved God (I believe) with all of his heart. He was a close friend of my nephew/ cousin Edward Montgomery. Always enjoyed seeing Reggie. My husband Aaron use to call him Regg.
Shemichael, I'm so sorry for your loss, but we will see him again. Praying for God to give you strength and peace in the coming days... Our sincere sympathy.

Sharon Williams


Stacey Sherman

February 27, 2021

My condolences to the family. We all know Reggie to be a family man. Me and his golf buddies know him to be funny too. To us he was Reggie Two Balls. Reason being. Without fail, if when driving off the tee. His ball didn't go up the fairway. In the pocket he went. For his second ball. And we would all laugh like it was the first time. You're already missed Regg. See you again one day. R.I.P.

Henry Hopson

February 27, 2021

My name is Henry and Reggie was a co-worker and I considered him a friend. From conversations with Reggie, one knew he loved his family and was a great person. Reggie will be missed and my prayers are with his family.

RICHARD Wottrich

February 27, 2021

Reggie was a great supporter of Loving Arms Cancer Outreach, the charity that Shay created to help cancer patients in treatment. Reggie was always there for Loving Arms, always kind, always patient, always quietly supporting Shay. Reggie indeed will be missed,

Richard & Sharon Wottrich

Jo Ann Codelka

February 26, 2021

Dearest Shay and Family,

Our heartfelt sympathies are with you at this most difficult time in life. I know Reggie will remain in your heart forever with lasting memories of a wonderful husband and father. We love you Shay. May God hold you in the palm of his hands.

Jo Ann and Phil Codelka

Adrea Moreland

February 26, 2021

Reggie was a wonderful coworker who was
always willing to help whenever there is a need..
A true gentleman , very respectable and always talk about family values...
You will be miss at Lenbrook..
My sincere condolences to your wonderful wife and family ...
Rest peacefully Reggie

Linda Traylor Harris Nelson

February 26, 2021

When Reg was 2 years old I use to let him wear my watch. He arm was to small so I would put it on one of his legs to wear. I loved him so much... The first time he came to Georgia, he stayed at my house and we went out to dinner. He told me that he wanted to move to Atlanta and I was happy to hear that. I will always have him in my heart. He is missed. The world lost a champion.

Edward Montgomery

February 25, 2021

Reggie was my close friend, brother in the Lord, and fellow laborer in the gospel. I’ll never forget when we entered a night club talent show and captivated the crowd with the gospel. We were fearless in our presentation. So many repented of their sins and got saved via the ministry the Lord Jesus entrusted us with. I’ll cherish our recordings together, and our biblical discussions. A true man of God. Love you homey 💪🏾

Lory Weber

February 24, 2021

My dear Shay, my heart is breaking for you and your family. Although I didn't know your soul mate, I know he had to be so special to deserve to share his life with you. Sending continuing love, prayers and angels.

With my deepest love,

Lory

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