William Dale Reynolds

November 6, 1963June 15, 2020

William Dale Reynolds, 56 years old, born in Carson City, Michigan entered Heaven on June 15, 2020 after his last motorcycle ride here on earth. William, also known as Bill, lived in Tucson, Arizona at the time of his passing. Bill always lived a life of adventure and fun. Bill moved from Michigan to Arizona where he raised his children and served others in any way that he could. Bill was a polygrapher and musician. He loved God, riding motorcycles, playing music, his cats and most of all his family. He was always available to provide any wisdom he could share. Bill is the youngest of eight siblings, Donald (Debbie) Shepler, Ronald (Marilyn) Shepler, Charmaine (David) Penner, Joseph (Jocelyn) Shepler, Kay VantSant, Donita Brady and Dawn Hill. He brought much joy to his siblings when he was born. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Shirley Taylor and Donald Reynolds. Bill’s beautiful wife, Michelle Reynolds, joined him in Heaven on June 18, 2020. Bill is survived by his children, William, Grant, Max, Nichole and his grandchildren and nieces and nephews. He is greatly missed by his loved ones. The family is arranging for a celebration of life service for both Bill and Michelle and will notify friends and family when the service will take place. Any donations to assist with services would be greatly appreciated.


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Debbie Haworth

June 23, 2020

I will miss your hugs until we meet again my friend

Catherine Rockwell

June 23, 2020

Ron and I met Bill in Michigan when we lived there. Ron worked with Bill, his sister Charmain and his Mother Shirley at the family's Bakery. He was so easy going and made you laugh. Was a joy to be around. We have fond memories when he an Michele and Max came to visit us in Kentucky. We are both sadden from the loss of two beautiful people. Our prayers and Love are with their Families. We will miss them both until we meet again. May you both Rest In Peace.
Ron and Cathy and Family..

Jeff Alquist

June 22, 2020

I first met Bill at Pantano Christian Church. We were both musicians in the worship ministry. I always enjoyed serving with him. His passion and energy for music and worship were matchless.

It was always a joy to talk with him and share stories and life. Even though it has been a while since we spoke last, I will never forget him. He made a lasting impression on me in a positive way. I will always admire him and the way he lived his life. Most importantly, he had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

I won't say goodbye... only see you later.

Your friend,


Roger Baldwin

June 21, 2020

I met Bill in 2017 in San Diego at a Polygraph training class and became friends. I returned to Chandler, AZ and stayed in touch. Bill had a great passion for music, motorcycles and life. He was a great mentor for polygraph and never hesitated to answer his phone or a text a out anything polygraph related.

He introduced me to an app on my phone to try and guess the Beats per minute of songs. I will always remember him for his love of music.

I am sad to hear of the loss of Bill and his wife Michelle. I wish his family and friends the best.