To all of Dr. Handel Reynolds' family,
It's crazy; I've contemplated for months about visiting the breast center to talk to Dr. Reynolds about my project. On Saturday, June 15 I sat on the sofa with my computer and said with conviction, “I'm not putting this off anymore, I'm going to talk to Dr. Reynolds this week.” Within a couple hours I heard the sad news that suddenly and unexpectedly he finished this journey and started an eternal one. Tears rolled down my cheeks.
I'm sorry to hear about your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Dear Telissa, Gevin, and Mrs. Reynolds,
I am so sorry for your loss. I will be thinking and praying for you.
June 29, 2013
We mourn the silence of Dr. Handel Reynolds' voice and the loss of his intelligence.
To the Reynolds's Family......Tho the Clouds may hang over.....there will be a Brighter Day. Your Husband, Dad, Son, and Brother was an Amazing Man, whom I had much Respect for. Years ago the Breast Ctr had a function at Chastain Park and I introduce him to my Husband...when I finished with the Introductions....he said to my Husband call me Handel. I thought that was so Noble of him. Almost everyday we would somehow meet up in the Breakroom for a cup of Coffee and Share a brief conversation about his children, my children and my grand children and especially his "ties". I will surely miss that and his smile. R.I.P. Dr. Reynolds!
My sincere condolences goes out to the Reynolds Family. May the GOD of love give you comfort at this time of your deep sorrow. Ps. 147:3.
May God's peace keep you during this difficult time.
To Aunt Joy, Heather, Marlene, Telissa & Gevin
We grieve with you over Handel‘s passing. We thank God for the influence each of you have had in his life and in return, the lasting impression he has left with so many people.
You can expect the full support of your family and friends, during this difficult period. We are praying relentlessly for God's grace and peace upon you.
I am saddened by his sudden and untimely passing and am struggling to come to terms with this loss, but I treasure the last two times we were together, most recently around this time last year – though the occasion was less than ideal. We had some stimulating discussions around various topics from College selection for Gevin to Politics.
But it was our family gathering in London, UK that I choose to remember most. I recall how excited Handel was while photographing Telissa's birthday celebration and the family members that gathered. When I look back on some of the memories and photos from that gathering, they reinforce, for me, why so many family members, colleagues and friends have such fond memories of Handel.
He was handsome, intelligent, loved his family, filled with laughter and life. We will miss you Handel. We also thank God for the time he has given us with you. We will cherish those memories and celebrate your life forever.
Clement, Arriette,Jhenielle & Jordon Reynolds,Stirling, NJ
Dear Reynolds family:
I will always be grateful to Dr. Reynolds for finding and diagnosing my breast cancer. Thank you for supporting his career so that he could care for and support others.
To the Reynolds family please accept my condolences and prayers.Dr.Reynolds I will miss you my friend.
Dr Reynolds started me on the road to recovery from my breast cancer. I appreciated his kindness, honesty and willingness to help me both as one of my physicians and a co worker. Your husband and father was a very special man and physician. He made a positive difference with his life.