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Rev. Nimrod Q. Reynolds

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May 13, 2013
God Bless You,Sweet Soul.
May 13, 2013
My best friend and colleague is gone -- and after a conversation a few days ago --last week, in fact. We were brave and bold enough to challenge Anniston's segregation and to lay on Rev. Philip Noble's heart the need for change. We were hopeful and bold enough to attempt to integrate that public library that Sunday afternoon in September, 1963--beaten by KKK and group of white hoodlums. But we did not lose faith.
I regret that he did not live to see the Plaque that will be placed there in September after 50 years. But I will be there where his name and my name will go into the annals of Alabama History and ther history of Anniston and its civil rights struggle. REST IN PEACE, ROD! WE WILL NEVER EVER FORGET YOU! YOU WERE MY BEST FRIEND IN THE WORLD!!! i LOVED YOU LIKE A BROTHER --- AND I KNOW IT WAS MUTUAL. we said it to each other often and shared our mutual resources. I know Tammye and Andre' know how long we have been friends -- beginning when they were mere infants and small children in the parsonage on 17th Street and Cooper and their Mother was alive and teaching school and I pastored Haven Chapel Methodist Church, then at 15th and Brown. NO, I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU!
May 13, 2013
Thank you for your hard work! Now..take your rest.
May 13, 2013
Job well done my brother. REST IN PEACE!

R.Williams,MD
May 13, 2013
I thank God for Rev. Reynolds standing up for righteous cause.
May God strenghten the Reynolds family.
May 13, 2013
May the family members be comforted by Jesus' words at John 6:40 during this difficult time.
May 13, 2013
A BOLD soldier went home before his God.
Thank U and family U have my deepest
sympathy
May 13, 2013
Please accept my prayers and gratitude for your having such a courageous father, grandfather, man in your family. Legends are passing before our eyes, and Mr. Reynolds was truly a legend. God bless.
May 13, 2013
He helped to pioneer the way for civil rights and justice. The call for justice continues, for God will send the warrior King Jesus to bring justice for all. (Revelation 19:11,16)
May 13, 2013
in God's care rest in peace

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In Christ

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