John Leo Reynolds
1955 - 2021
Lehman, Reen, McNamara Funeral Home
63 Chestnut Hill Avenue
Brighton, MA
John "Jack" Leo Reynolds, 66, of Brighton, passed away peacefully at home on September 6, 2021. Jack was born on February 9, 1955, in Pittsfield to the late Francis and Winifred (McLaughlin) Reynolds.

He attended St. Charles School and Church where he was an altar server, and St. Joseph's High School where he excelled as an all-star athlete. In 1973 he graduated from Red Hook High School in New York. Jack was a huge sports fan, loved baseball, particularly his New York Yankees. He was also a proficient billiards player.

Jack struggled with addiction and mental health issues for a long time, but with inner courage and strength, he was able to live a clean and sober life for more than 20 years. He was then able to return these blessings and provide support to others who had similar afflictions.

In addition to his parents, Jack was predeceased by his loving sisters, Ann Furey and Ellen Marie Ruberto.

Jack is survived by his brother Francis and sister-in-law Joyce Reynolds of Chatham, his daughter Jackie Reynolds of Framingham, two grandsons and several nieces and nephews.

Jacks' family would like to express gratitude to the doctors, nurses, and support staff of the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program and Caring Hearts Homecare.

A Mass honoring Jack will be held on Saturday, September 25 at 11 a.m. at St. Charles Roman Catholic Church, 89 Briggs Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. Family and friends are all welcome to attend. In Jack's memory, you are asked to provide prayers and offer good deeds to those who are still sick and suffering within your own community. For guest book please visit
Published by The Berkshire Eagle on Sep. 18, 2021.
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Funeral Mass
St. Charles Roman Catholic Church
89 Briggs Ave, Pittsfield, MA
Funeral services provided by:
Lehman, Reen, McNamara Funeral Home
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Quadruplely painful is losing two former coworkers in two days. Jack and I met in 1975 when we were raking-raking-raking to get Saint Joseph's Cemetery ready for Memorial Day. He had already navigated much in life, and I was adrift nearing graduation. Our conversations helped me, and his core of confidence remains vivid. Alongside Paul Daley in our crew, everything was groomed for that holiday, and two great people last week didn't take the stairway to Heaven alone.
Bob Hickey
September 24, 2021
My condolences to the family. May the fond and loving memories be a comfort and always be with you.
John A. Bernardo
September 20, 2021
Jack I knew Jack from Allston. He was a good-hearted and gentle man that walked with his head held high. Sorry for your loss.
Paul F Creighton
September 17, 2021
my condolences to his family ! let the memory be the blessing neighbor
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September 14, 2021
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