Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I just found out. It's hard to believe. Rite now I'm looking at a picture of Sylvia when we went to Myrtle Beach. She always made me laugh so much. And helping her with her son Jesse. I still think about all the wonderful times we had. And her wonderful mom.TWEETIE she made the best butter beans. Sylvia was such a special person. I will always cheris our time's together. Mrs. Ford if you or Mitzy get this please call me. 727-687-2327. All my love Bryan

To Sylvia's Family- It was an honor for me to have known Sylvia for a few short years. I will truly miss her humor, style and smile. We've joked about how she'd enjoy keeping heaven clean when she got there. She was a very strong woman who I will never forget.

Sylvia was one of a kind, with her infectious smile and laugh, and that effervescent personality.I have many fond memories of her from the Shenandoah Ave. days and will never forget her, memories are forever. My deepest sympathy to the family.

My deepest sympathy goes out to Sylvia's family and closest friends. She brought so much joy and laughter to all who knew her. I know your Granny was waiting anxiously for you at Heaven's gates. When thoughts of you cross our minds we can't help but smile as that is what you made us do best. Until we meet again...

Christmas 2012

A beautful "SPIRIT IN THE SKY"

How do you even begin to say goodbye to a friend of 48 years? It is so hard knowing that you won't be waiting on the other end of a phone call. We had so much fun growing up and were truly like sisters. The only comfort in knowing that you are gone from your earthly body is knowing that you are no longer suffering with the battle you so strongly fought (with humor I might add) for the past several months. If Angels have a job in Heaven, yours will be to make the sad people smile and feel...

Sylvia, my dear... I tried to find you after my first baby shower and lost in touch with you. I was another freckle face kid on the block. (One house between ours.)Prayers go out to the family and friends. You brighten up my days when I was sad. You made me laugh all the time. Your pretty smile and a great sense of humor. You had many many friends who loved you. RIP

My condolences go out to Sylvia's family. I will always have memories of her laughter and wonderful sense of humor. May she now rest in peace!

I sure miss seeing you Spot from time to time


Sylvia's Obituary

Sylvia REYNOLDS passed away in Roanoke Valley, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Sylvia are being provided by Oakey’s South Chapel. The obituary was featured in Roanoke Times on March 21, 2013.