Dr. Michael Reynolds

Topeka, Kansas

1943 - 2020


May 10, 2020
Topeka, Kansas


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Dr. Michael Reynolds Michael Claude Reynolds, 76, Topeka, Kansas, passed away peacefully on Mother's Day, May 10, 2020, with his family by his side at the House at Midland Care Hospice after a courageous seven-year battle with cancer.Mike was born July 5, 1943, at Wesley Hospital in Wichita,...

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The best dentist in Topeka! He had a heart of gold. I will miss him!!

was a wonderful classmate! So smart in book learning and the ways of being a tremendous student also. Enjoyed being in a couple of classes with him. His Dad taught me to drive, also a great guy, no wonder Dad had gray hair! To Susan and family, our heartfelt sympathy. He fought a great battle and won the right to be in heaven I'm sure!
Thoughtful prayers for strength and care for all of your family

Russ and Doug sorry to see Mike's obit. Always enjoyed talking to Mike the occasions when I would run into him over the years. My sincere condolences to you and family.

We are very sorry to hear of Mike's Passing. He was a great person and friend. I fondly remember sitting next to him in many labs in dental school. Our condolences to Susan and family. You will be in our thoughts and prayers.
Ed and Marie Robison

Our deepest sympathy for Mikes family, we are so sorry for your loss. We have fond memories of Mike dating all the way back to grade school.
Ron and Stephanie Dean

Mike was not only our dentist, but a friend.
When you walked into the office, you felt like you were part of a family and always treated the same even though you were there for 'business'! He was the most gentle dentist I've ever had and for a dentist, that's the ultimate compliment.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching him play softball against my husband for many years and 99% of the time his team won; sometimes by the run rule! He played hard and LOVED to win!


So many great memories of Mike, Russ, Doug and his parents as we all grew up together in Highland Park. A good man and friend. He served his family and community with honor.

I was saddened to read of Mike's death, particularly the long illness preceding it. I last saw Mike in January, 1974, when he and Russ stopped by my mother's house after my father died. I have always appreciated their kind gesture. Mike was a good guy when I knew him and I am sure he became a good man. My sincere condolences to the family.