George Steven Reynolds

Mill Creek, Washington

Dec 15, 1948 – Jul 20, 2017 (Age 68)


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George Steven ReynoldsDecember 15, 1948 - July 20, 2017George dedicated himself to helping homeless families through Wellspring Family Services and Seattle Rotary. He retired as a Senior Vice President at Columbia Bank. George is survived by his wife Lynn; son Nicholas; daughter Katherine Cox...

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I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time. John 17:3

Sincerely, F.Mitchell

I too was looking forward to seeing George a the 50th. When I saw his photo on the classmate who had pasted I was saddened. Hope Lynn you are OK, Lindsay is thinking of you.

I was blessed to meet George in our Sophomore year at Cascade High School, and was looking forward to seeing him at our upcoming class reunion. There was something special about George: the twinkle in his eyes, his smile and his kindness toward others. You just knew he was going to make a difference in those he met throughout life's journey. Gone much to soon for those he left behind, but memories will live on in the hearts of family and friends! Until we meet again...

It was my honor to meet George through our mutual commitment to Wellspring Family Services, to serve on the board with him, and to continue that friendship through our ongoing involvement with Wellspring over the decades. There's no better way to say it than, "He was one of the good guys." My heart goes out to Lynn and his family. May their strength come from the love so many feel for this wonderful man.

As a fellow classmate at Cascade High School, George and I sat next to each other at our University of Washington graduation ceremonies. Over time we lost contact with each other but I always rembered him as a kind and gentle person. He will be missed at our 50th high school reunion this week. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

We thoroughly e noted our time in Spain and Portugal with Geoge and Lynn. Good memories there, you two were obviously in love and relishing your European adventures.
We are shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. Out thoughts are with you, Lynn, and your family.