Reynolds, Helen R.
Born on June 16, 1936, in Yellville, Arkansas and passed away on September 18, 2014 in her home in Plano, Texas.
Helen was a lifelong member of the First Baptist Church. She attended college at Arkansas College in Batesville, Arkansas and then later moved to Dallas where she lived for the last 30 years. She worked as a customer service representative in the telecommunications industry for 25 years, before retiring at the age of 72.
Survived by five children: Major Robert O. Reynolds (US Army Ret.) of Schertz, TX and his wife, Chom Sun; Major Donald L. Reynolds (US Army, Ret.) of Plano, TX and his wife, Gean Reynolds; Roman R. Reynolds (US Army Veteran) of Plano, TX; Evelynn Reynolds-Huey of Plano, TX and her husband, Dr. Bruce Huey; Colonel Conrad Reynolds (US Army Ret.) of Conway, AR and his wife, Rufiya Reynolds.
Survived by 12 grandchildren (7 granddaughters and 5 grandsons): Min Reynolds of Schertz, TX; Allison Reynolds of Mayflower, AR; Drew Reynolds of Dallas, TX; Shawna Reynolds-Hunt of Bowie MD; Dr. Robert Reynolds of Charleston, SC; Cameron Reynolds of Bowie, MD; Ashley Hunziker of Plano, TX; Troy Reynolds of Plano, TX; Gina Reynolds of Plano, TX; Christina Reynolds of Plano, TX;
Nicole Reynolds of Conway, AR; and Austin Reynolds of Conway, AR. Also survived by 4 step-grandchildren: Jon Huey of Seattle, WA, Jenny Huey of Fort Worth, TX; Kim Huey of Austin, TX and Emily Huey Shackleford of Temple, TX.
Helen is survived by one great grandchild, Christopher Clayton Hagood of Mayflower, AR and two step grandchildren, Jakob and Stella Pritz of Fort Worth, TX.
Helen is also survived by one brother, Gary Norman of Springfield, Missouri.
Celebration of Helen Reynolds Life and Memorial Service
Winfrey Point @White Rock Lake, 950 East Lawther Road, Dallas, TX 75218
Monday, November 3rd @ 3:00 pm
Arrangements are under the direction of: ARIA Cremation Service & Funeral Home 10116 E. NW Highway Dallas, Texas 75238 214.340.8008
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My sweet Evelyn,
I can’t tell you how sorry I am for your loss. I am so glad we spoke last week. I’m very thankful I got to meet your mother. She instantly warmed my heart.
God bless and keep you.
Love, Sue and Floyd
Wicked sense of humor and love for the wee ones…and black strap molasses. As strange as the molasses sounds I will miss the distinct smell. Gran Helen will be a spitfire forever. She was a beautiful set up of opposite things. Such a sweet lady that I would never box, nor would any of the boys around. Eveylynn is both of these things as well as is Ashley and there is no better example of beautiful strength with a bite that could ever be. I am honored to have had her hold my babies and wrap them up in a burrito ,seemingly without moving. Like second nature, it was no challenge to her when I struggled to change a diaper without securing it with scotch tape and several sets of baby pants:) I remember the lullaby and seeing feminitity in all its glorious powers; being vulnerable but able to attack at any second if need be. I will miss you and treasure you’re spunky being forever and for the funniest road rage I have ever seen and always knowing you were only half kidding.Love always, Jenny
Dear Evelynn, Bruce, & Family,
Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your mother. She was a beautiful woman, and I will cherish our time together. May her memories bring you peace and may God bring you comfort. We will keep you in our prayers. Love, Diane and Mike
Evelyn and family.
I had the pleasure of meeting your Mom on one occastion and she was so pretty and such a joy to be around. Blessings to you and your family as you heal. You did a beautiful job of taking care of her. Love, Pat