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Aycock Funeral Home

1504 Southeast Floresta Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL

OBITUARY

Brian Reynolds

January 30, 1963November 5, 2019

Brian Reynolds was born on January 30, 1963 and passed away on November 5, 2019.

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George Scialo

November 9, 2019

When I first met Brian he was doing pest-control and I ran into him I was looking for a job and he was also looking for a technician. So we talked for a little bit and he gave me the opportunity to work with him for a few months and then sent me on my own. After working with Brain and Chris for six years The Company crew and Brian open a branch in West Palm Beach. Brian and Chris asked me will I like the opportunity to run the branch. Not only did I feel honored that they had faith in me that I was so happy to grow the business more. Brian was like a father to me he taught me so much. If it wasn’t for Brian I won’t be the man I am today. I’m very thankful that I have the opportunity to meet him work with him and grow the business Brian will always be in my heart and my prayers I would never forget you It’s been a great 11 1/2 years and I will always be a part of the Reynolds Pest management family and I will stand behind Chris 100% to keep the business alive and running stronger than ever God bless

Jeff Almeida

November 9, 2019

Brian was a true friend , Brian you and your family will forever be in our prayers .

Pamela Palmieri

November 9, 2019


Dear Reynolds Family,Certainly understand a lost of a father and husband. Sorry I know that grief takes time.My prayers are with you all.

Daniel Reynolds

November 8, 2019

Brian and i where very close i was always there when he was living in Massachusetts while i was visiting he would put me to work i would just do and try my hardest to keep up with him he would laugh and i would get mad but at the end of the day i still remember hugging him and saying do we have to do this tomorrow brian would laugh and say of course then I'd say i dont wanna do this Brian he would laugh again saying get used to it I'd say i want to go home i dont like this he stood there for a few minutes and then say ha ha buddy tomorrow where going to cap cod and that was the one trip that started our ever lasting brotherly relationship as years went on I'd go down to Florida every year for many years to see him and like always he was working either washing his old yet nice Malibu or working on his new truck to me it was yet it actually wasn't but hey what did i know lol as usual big brother would put me to work and i would challenge his patience and ultimately be doing the work he set forth for me and say good job brother me hearing them words made me proud as a peacock and we would go to the beach eat etc. Them days where the building blocks for me as they where for him he showed me love like a father does for his son and that was always there Brian's son Christopher i remember holding him as a kid and was my brothers first son Brian said uncle Dan how does that sound uncle Dan laughing i said great he said really punk jokingly and then said good because its your turn to change diaper i remember feeling sick he then cried laughing you should see that look on your face after tossing a clean diaper at me and said got ya brother it was frightening to say the least he was the best brother ever and raised a wonderful son and built a business on his own I'll miss you Brian more then anything in the world love you Dan

Joseph Giandalone

November 8, 2019

Brian was one of the most knowledgable friends / father in my life. He taught me so many good Jokes, meals to cook, always to strive for the best, and so much more. He Always had a huge heart, a smile on his face, always positive, and had the best advice on any on any situation. I will always remember the things he taught me and will use them throughout life forever. God please lift up his spirit so I can see him in my dreams, prayers, and help lay him to Rest In Peace. I will love him forever,
Joseph Giandalone

Colleen Cea

November 8, 2019

Brian was An amazing person! We watched him build Reynolds Pest Management from a folding desk in his bedroom. He was an incredible dad and always sponsored Chris’s soccer teams and parties. We went on many trips together as families. It was an honor to know him and we will greatly miss a wonderful man! Until we meet again friend!!!!