Jack Reynolds, 94, of Hamburg died on February 17, 2015, at the Pinewood Health and Rehabilitation Center in Crossett.
A native of Heber Springs and a resident of Hamburg since 1973, Mr. Reynolds was a veteran of the United States Coast Guard, serving during World War II. He worked for Allstate Insurance Company for many years and was a car salesman for Couey’s Motor Company and Murphy Ford. He was a Mason, a member of the Hamburg Prairie Lodge #465, a member of the Egypt Missionary Baptist Church and a member of the Ashley County Wellness Center for many years. He was an avid quail hunter.
Mr. Reynolds was preceded in death by his wife of 61 years, Ruth Elise Bowden Reynolds; a great-grandchild, Maci Windham; his parents, Epsie P. and Vergie Lee James Reynolds; two brothers, Floyd Reynolds and Sanford Reynolds; and four sisters, Adella Atterberry, Kathryn Pilkington, Lola Ott and Flossie R. Wood.
He is survived by two daughters, Alicia Stewart and husband, Johnie, and Jacqueline Wooten and husband, Eddie, all of Hamburg; two sons, Charles Reynolds and wife, Linda, of Odessa, Texas and Maxie Reynolds of Sumpter, South Carolina; 11 grandchildren, Jason Cameron and wife, Mandy, of Conway, Heath Cameron and wife, Kimberly, Vanessa Bowles and husband, Jon, Theresa Naff and husband, Johnny, Nathan Wooten and wife, Jessica, Dan Wooten and wife, Sheree, Pam Noble and husband, Lynn, all of Hamburg, Jack Nickalus Reynolds of Sumpter, South Carolina, Ricky Reynolds and wife, Dana, and Trisha Windham and husband, Mark, all of Odessa, Texas and John Michael Stewart of Crossett; 21 great-grandchildren, Zoe and Zander Cameron, Abby and Maddox Cameron, Layton Amos, Axel and Blake Bowles, Jay and Kyle Naff, Jenna Harley and Nate Wooten, Blaine, Blaire, Kason and Wyatt Wooten, L.J. and Kim Noble, Austin and Logan Reynolds and Brooke and Faith Windham.
Funeral services will be held on February 20 at 10 a.m. at the Egypt Missionary Baptist Church with Bros. Buddy Boykin and L.M. Stewart officiating. Burial will at the Egypt Cemetery with full Masonic and military honors.
Pallbearers are L.M. Stewart, Justin Tippen, Tony Adcock, Tony Craig, Charles Donaldson and John Laing. Honorary pallbearers are the members of the Hamburg Prairie Lodge #465.
Memorials may be made to the Egypt Missionary Baptist Church, 563 Ashley 95 Road, Hamburg, AR. 71646.