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William T. Reynolds 1919-2011 BERLIN, NY - William T. Reynolds died June 3, 2011 at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center with his beloved wife Elizabeth and his granddaughters by his side. Bill was born March 30, 1919 to Leyton and Nellie Crandall) Reynolds. He attended grade school in Petersburg and graduated from Hoosick Falls High School and Morrisville University. After college he worked in the Metallurgy Department at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. In 1945 he went to work in the Winding Room at W.J.Cowee's where he was employed for the next 35 years, working his way up to become Plant Manager. He enjoyed traveling, wood crafting, local history, photography, laughter, and, most of all his family. Bill served on the Berlin Central Board of Education and was a charter member of the Taconic Valley Historical Society. He was a faithful attendee of the Berlin United Methodist Church. Bill and Elizabeth Goodermote were married November 22, 1942 and enjoyed close to 69 wedded years. In addition to his parents Bill was pre-deceased by his daughter, Penny Teal. He is also pre-deceased by his sister, Betty Reynolds Goodermote. He is survived by his "sweetheart" Elizabeth and his three Granddaughters: Sherry Teal of Poestenkill, and Shelley Teal and Jill Teal of Averill Park. He is also survived by his great-grandsons Corey Zareski II, and Josh and Drake Teal-Gamble and a special nephew, Kent Goodermote and niece, Lilly Hewitt. On June 18th the Saturday of Father's Day weekend, Bill's last wish will be realized when his ashes will be buried at the same time as his daughter's in a private service for the family at Meadowlawn Cemetery in Petersburg, N.Y. Memorial contributions may be made in his honor to the United Methodist Church of Berlin. Arrangements are with the THOMAS BARBER FUNERAL HOME.

Published in Bennington Banner on June 9, 2011
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