Richard Allison Reynolds
Richard "Rick" Allison Reynolds was born in Rhode Island, NY on June 13, 1945. He passed away in Fresno, Ca. on Nov. 22, 2018, at the age of 73 years. Richard is preceded in death by his wife of 40 years, Mary Frances Sellers Reynolds, his parents and sister, Audrey Pagano. He is survived by his brother, Malcom and wife Joyce Reynolds, daughter Michelle C. & her husband Terrance Mongeon, son Richard A. Reynolds II, and daughter Susan Reynolds Smith. Richard is also survived by his grandchildren: Melinda and her husband
Gerald Ralston, Sarah Michelle Duran, Phillip Perez Duran III, Christopher Dale Reynolds, Hannah
Christine and her husband James Riley, Corey Smith, Nathan Smith, Heavenly Smith, Zethrey Mongeon,
and Cheyenne Mongeon. Richard also had seven great-grandchildren and three great-great
grandchildren on the way.
Richard grew up in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Richard married Mary Frances on Nov. 14, 1967 and
began raising their family in South Florida; they settled in Grass Valley, Ca. in 1987.
Richard is a graduate of Oglethorpe University, where he earned his degree in General Motors
Management. He was a Service Adviser for General Motors for 50 years. Richard "Rick" Reynolds was
employed with Weaver Automotive for 20 years. He retired in Fresno, Ca.
In lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to the American Heart Association on his
behalf (
Richard will have a funeral mass at Immaculate Conception Church, in Fairmont on Jan. 11,
2019 at 10 a.m. He will be interned immediately after mass at Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Fairmont,
West Virginia with a small family grave side memorial. Father Jojan Joseph will preside over both.
Published on January 10, 2019


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