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Thomas Edward Reynolds

Williamsburg, Virginia

Oct 27, 1924 – Dec 28, 2017 (Age 93)

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Major Thomas Edward Reynolds USAF (Retired) of Williamsburg, VA passed away Thursday December 28, 2017, at Brookdale of Williamsburg.Ed is survived by his wife of 71 years, Harlena, only child Debbie Cobb (Arnold), two granddaughters Whitney and Taylor, and two great granddaughters Ansley and...

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Mrs. Reynolds and family,
I send my deepest and most heartfelt sympathy with Mr. Ed's passing. I will always remember him as truly being an officer & a gentleman. Your family always held a special place in my mom's heart, you know. I pray that God's love will give you peace in the difficult days ahead.
Much love and many hugs,
Dot Stoddard Turner

Mrs. Reynolds, Debbie, and family. I am so sorry about your sweet husband and dad! What precious memories I have of Mr. Reynolds and Reynolds Fashions. Praying for ya'll!
Miss you,
Becky Herlong

Harlena, Dee and I send our deep sympathy. We have always considered you, Deb and Family part of our own. I remember ED working in the yard on Marlboro Dr (raking leaves) and Dee remembers the great steaks Ed would grill. Dee is ready to share some of those memories or be there for support if you wish to call. The Air Force Presidential Honor Guard will honor Ed at Arlington National Cemetery services. That is the same AF Honor Guard Unit that I served in the earl 1980's. The AF Honor...

Harlena, Dee and I send our deep sympathy. We have always considered you, Deb and Family part of our own. I remember ED working in the yard on Marlboro Dr (raking leaves) and Dee remembers the great steaks Ed would grill. Dee is ready to share some of those memories or be there for support if you wish to call. The Air Force Presidential Honor Guard will honor Ed at Arlington National Cemetery services. That is the same AF Honor Guard Unit that I served in the earl 1980's. The AF Honor...

Harlena and Debbie and Family, Denise and I send our heartfelt condolences to you all. The Major was a favorite of ours and we think of you guys fondly and often. Your Church Family at Trinity will be praying for HIS peace, grace, and comfort to surround you and keep you in HIS care. Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds are definitely part of The Greatest Generation. RIP Major...

Chief and Denise Morton

I am saddened to get the news on Ed. I have many happy memories of times in Greenville with Harlena and Ed. Both are missed here.

I remember going to Reynolds back in the day with my late mother, Eunice Weathers. I did not know the great history of Mr. Reynolds. My condolences to you all. He was truly a great man.

Dear Mrs. Reynolds, Upon seeing Mr. Reynolds' picture I asked my mother to read the notice; It was she who had recollections of when you worked with her sister at American Federal Savings Bank. Ed was connected in some way to my dad's appliance store in Greenville. Sincere condolences to your family from my mother Jane Mills (Mrs. T. Croft) Stone, sister of the late Martha LeGrand Mills and from myself. I was maybe in the seventh grade when I last saw Ed Reynolds and I always held him in...

So very sorry to hear that Ed had passed away. I knew Ed and Miss Harlena while they lived in Fountain Inn. It was always a delight to talk to Ed, and Once or twice I played golf with him. He could always tell a good story. May God make smooth the path before you in the day and months ahead. To the entire Reynolds family, May you get peace and comfort that only by trusting in Jesus Christ you can have.