Brad Lee Reynolds

September 3, 1982May 16, 2020
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Brad Lee Reynolds went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, May 16, 2020 in Killeen, Texas.

Brad was born at Gorgas Army Hospital, Republic of Panama on September 3, 1982 to Ellen Weaks Reynolds. He then moved to Wichita Falls, Tx at Sheppard AFB, where his mother was stationed. His mother married his Dad, Ed Parnell of Wichita Falls. The family settled in Holliday, Tx. Brad was a graduate of Holliday High School. After graduation, Brad joined the U.S. Army as an Aviation Helicopter Mechanic. His dedication to the country as well as mentoring soldiers made him decide to make a career out of it. He wanted to make a difference as a Non-Commissioned Officer.

Brad married the love of his life, Marianita Domingo on July 3, 2006 in Holliday, Tx surrounded by family and friends.

Brad’s favorite past times were spending time with his family. He was an avid fisherman. He especially enjoyed fishing and hunting with his children. He was an ardent fan of the Dallas Cowboys and The Texas Longhorns. Brad was preceded in death by his Grandparents, Fines and Delois Weaks of Caraway, Ar. and Dexter and Ernesta Parnell of Lake Arrowhead, Tx.

He is survived by his Wife, Maria, His sons Brayden Miles and Bryson Michael, His daughter Makenna Brooke; His parents, Ed and Ellen Parnell of Holliday; brother, J.C Reynolds of Holliday; sister, Elizabeth Parnell of Wichita Falls; and brother Justin Parnell of Tulsa, Ok; His In-Laws Freddie and Sisinia Domingo; His Brother-in-Law Freddie (Red) Domingo Jr. of Cebu City, Philippines; Too many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins to list as well as the many other ‘adopted’ family members; and a never ending list of loving friends and co-workers around the world. He touched many hearts and lives and will forever be remembered.


  • Visitation

    Friday, May 29, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, May 30, 2020


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Henry Hekker

June 5, 2020

2Cor5:6-8 To be absent the body is to be with the Lord

Derek Bailey

May 31, 2020

I met Brad when he got to 3-4 AVN at fort hood in 2007 and he became my Squad leader. The very first thing he did was to have a BBQ at his house that weekend to get to know his soldiers and their family’s. He showed a kind of leadership I’d never experienced before. He truly cared about our wellbeing and our families wellbeing. He set an example that no other NCO ever lives up to in the rest of my army career. I looked up to Brad as a leader, Friend and a mentor. Brad I will never forget you and thank you for your friendship see you on the other side brother.

Bradrick Bennett

May 30, 2020

SFC Reynolds and I was in basic training together in 2001. We cross paths again later at Ft Hood. It's always great to run into a Army brother in the Aviation community. It was also good to see him progress through the ranks and leading Soldiers. It was a privilege to serve with him in the same organization (Taskforce Comanche) in Shindand, Afghanistan 2010-2011. He will be forever missed.

Mark Bowman

May 26, 2020

Brad, I have many memories from multiple deployments to SWA. I was the contract support and was always there to see old friends between 4ID and 1ACB, you were one of the greats. I too am sorry you battled the demons alone, God test your soul Brother! Prayers to the family and friends. Mrs Reynolds if you ever need anything please don’t hesitate to call on me.

CSM Guy Niles

May 26, 2020

Love and Prayers to the Family! Brad was one of my Troopers in Katterbach, Germany. Brad was a phenomenal young man and Soldier in peacetime and during OIF. He continued his mantra of excellence through his life. Brad, you are loved and so missed!

CSM (R) Guy R. Niles
Kempner, Texas

Justin Palmer

May 25, 2020

SFC Reynolds was an influential leader with a big heart, he truly cared about his Soldiers. SFC Reynolds helped me out when I was in a bind, he was there for me when I needed help during difficult times. He will be missed but never forgotten.

Irene Diamante

May 22, 2020

I want to send you my condolences for your loved one that has gone to his rest. I’m sure you’ll had many happy memories of him as a child and growing up.
I praise the Heavenly Father for sustaining him all these years. He will be forever in your 💕. May our Heavenly Holy Spirit strengthen and comfort you all.

Rebecca Jean

May 21, 2020

To SFC Reynolds family, loved ones, soldiers and anyone he came across within His military career..
Many may know the kind of man, soldier leader, son, father and husband he was. He was never condescending or belittling when it came to soldiers. The kind of man you would be able to go fishing with, as he would always offered. Although he just came to my unit a few months ago, he has left a great impact on many soldiers in 615th. An American soldier and a wonderful Platoon Sgt. I remember speaking to him last Friday. It's scary how everything can change so fast in the matter of days. This isn't goodbye but simply a see you later. The army keeps rolling along! Cold steel! R.I.P SFC BRAD REYNOLDS. 🖤

Dailly Sanchez

May 21, 2020

I first met SFC Reynolds when I moved to B co 615th he was my platoon sergeant. I was so mad about the move but he talked to me and help me understand how the move was a better opportunity for my military career. From that time on we grew a professional relationship and talk about everything from PCSing, Germany to buying a house. I will sincerely miss you SFC Reynolds. I cannot walk in the PC shop anymore, it hurt more than ever to look at your empty desk. Rest Easy Brad Reynolds 💚

Scott Hawkins

May 21, 2020

I am always saddened when we lose a Soldier. I wish only the best for this family and the friends of SFC Reynolds. RIP Brother.