Herman "Reggie" Dowdy Jr.
Jackie, Sandy and Renee,
We were shocked to hear about Reggie's passing. May God cover you with his grace and mercy during this difficult time. Please convey our deepest sympathy to Reggie's wife and daughters.
Sue, Chick, Brenda and Craig
Our Blessing and wish for inner Peace are with you. Reggie was a brother to me and will be deeply missed. Lynn you and the girls know you can count on us for anything.
Robert Reed and Family
Dear Lynne, my name is Kevin Smith. Reggie and I were childhood friends in Columbus. We grew up together from the age of 5 until we went out on our own in the world. He was always in my heart as my best friend in life. My deepest sympathies to you and the children. I have the fondest memories of him and our close friends playing baseball together, and riding our bikes around the neighborhood. Reggie always had the coolest toys! I always admired his success as he made his way in this world. Memories of him have always and will always bring a smile to my face.
Lynn, Reggie and I became lifelong friends beginning our freshman year at Ohio State. He was an integral part of a circle of friends supporting and endearing one another. You realize just how special people are and the impact they had on your life when you hear of their passing and your heart still breaks even though you haven't been in touch for years. Find peace in knowing that he will live in your hearts forever. You and your beautiful daughters are in my prayers.
Dear Lynn, My heart goes out to you and your girls! I have known Reggie since our days at Ohio State. He was such a wonderful man of God and such a respectful and fun person. We were all members of a group called ABC and I have such fond memories of our college days. May God surround you with the peace that only He can give. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Deborah Hubbard Johnson (Powell, Ohio)