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  1. Dear Lynn, Rob and Family; We are praying for you that you will receive a special peace at this difficult time that can only come from our heavenly Father. This scripture came to mind while thinking of your Dad….”…Be thou faithful until death, and I will give thee a crown of life.” Revelation 2:10. Jim was certainly “faithful until death” and will definitely receive his crown of life! He was a career Christian and will be greatly missed. We love you dearly, Aunt Carol & Uncle Lynn

  2. In sweet honor of my Uncle Jim… You were the most gentle man I ever met. I never saw you raise your voice or hold back an ear to ear grin. I will always remember you and Uncle Harry showing me how to paint when I was young. I still use those amazing skills today. You were a kind man, a man with no vices and a man who could match a paint swatch like no other. We’ll miss you, but so happy you’re with Jesus. All my love to you and your family. Prayerfully & lovingly , Vicki

  3. Jim was the most consistent and kind person that I may have known. When Jim name was mentioned, there was not one critism about him. He ran his race well, and he kept the faith. I will see you soon Jim, when we all meet with our Lord in our new bodies.

  4. There were two people in my life that were the most Godly and Christ like people I ever knew. One was Brother Howell in the 1940’s, and the other was Jim Reynolds. Jim will surely have the biggest crown of all. A TRUE humble, kind and loving ambassador for Christ. He worked for Hughes Paint, as I did, for many years. In the dictionary, you could put Jim’s name there, as what kindness really looks like. We’ll see you soon Jim. What a day of rejoicing that will be, as the lyric says. Love you Jim.

  5. Our Condolences to the “Family”. Jim was a wonderful person. I always remember seeing him at all the Fathers Day Picnic.He’s at Peace now his with “Our Lord”. What a Wonderful Thing. God Bless To All.

  6. Rob, Lynn, and Family, Our condolences to you all. Uncle Jim will be missed. He truly was the kindest and gentlest person we ever knew. If God needs anything fixed, he probably has your dad on his speed dial. Blessings to you all and we are praying for you guys.

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