“Lawrence always made for a better day! Whenever I worked in curing, I looked froward to talking with him. We laughed and joked, but he never stopped doing his job to do it!
“May God provide comfort as only He can.
“So sorry to hear of Lawrence's passin. He will be sorely missed. I remember all the good times we had together at Goodyear. He was a great friend. May God richly bless his family.
“Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
“Uncle Lawrence, Im gonna miss that "suga" and the big hugs! So much fun growing up when you were around! Know you will have everyone in Heaven laughing at your funny stories. Kimberly Reynolds Arnold
“SUSAN,KATHY,LAURIE--EVERYONE LIKED LAWRENCE AND HE WILL BE MISSED. GOD BLESS YOU ALL AT THIS SAD TIME.
“Lawrence was the life of the party. I can hear him laugh now. Know that he will be missed.Marjorie Bowen Riddle,Tampa, Fl
“He was the BEST uncle!! So many great memories. My favorite was when he use to take us on the farm to find Christmas trees. He was a great man that I respected . He will be missed!
“My deepest sympathy to the Reynolds' family, I worked with Lawrence at Goodyear. I still remember him through the many stories that he told of his growing up on the family farm and his experiences in the service during the Korean War. He was a "larger than life character" I will not forget his booming voice and great laugh. Rest in peace Lawrence and I pray that our merciful God continue to bless and protect his family.
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Walter Lawrence Reynolds CHATHAM - Walter Lawrence Reynolds, 85, of 19296 Franklin Turnpike, Chatham, Va., died Friday, July 19, 2013, at Danville Regional Medical Center. He was born on June 25, 1928, in Pittsylvania County, the son of the late Clarence L. Reynolds and the late Mae Lawrence...Read More