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Randolph Eugene “Rand” ReynoldsPassing: February 4, 2021


Spice Valley Baptist Church

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Spice Valley Cemetery

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BEDFORD – Randolph Eugene “Rand” Reynolds, 65, passed away Thursday, February 4, 2021, at his residence.

Born July 16, 1955 in Indianapolis, he was the son of Jack Franklin and Margaret Joan (Tirey) Reynolds.

Randy graduated from Warren Central High School in Indianapolis and Kent State University with a degree in journalism.  He was employed for the City of Chardon, Ohio, for several years.  He was of the Christian faith and loved to play and write music.

Jesse Monroe Reynolds of Oregon
M. Joan Reynolds of Mitchell
Tim Reynolds of Indianapolis

His father; grandparents, Clyde and Edith (Hill) Tirey and Leona Stair; uncles, Wayne Tirey, Norman Tirey, and Dan Tirey, preceded him in death.

A celebration of life will be at Spice Valley Baptist Church at a later date.  Burial will be in the church cemetery.

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6 Guest Comments

  1. Guest: Lindsay | Bloomington, In
    Date: February 11, 2021
    I worked with Rand at Bears Place. He worked in the kitchen while I was a server. He was always so kind and patient with the servers. He genuinely cared about others. I’ve always thought about how he was doing over the years. Fly High, Rand!
  2. Guest: Tim Reynolds | Indianapolis
    Date: February 7, 2021
    Memories? We have them all. Phone calls proved Randy and I liked a lot of the same shows. Chatting on the phone was a recent way of reconnecting. It's all too soon but, I realize God has a plan. I'm really gonna miss ya big bro... Love you, Tim
  3. Guest: Rowena Cross-Najafi | Bedford, Indiana
    Date: February 7, 2021
    We appreciate everything Randy did for the Lawrence County Museum, and we will miss him very much!
  4. Guest: Glenda Reynolds | Bedford, Indiana
    Date: February 7, 2021
    I worked with Randy at the Lawrence County Museum. I enjoyed working with him. I'm so sorry for your loss.
  5. Guest: Curtis Tirey | Vail, Arizona
    Date: February 6, 2021
    Randy was a good man and I loved him dearly to say that he marched to the beat of a different drummer would be an understatement ! So many good memories Adios Amigo !
  6. Guest: Judy Ratcliff | Bedford, In
    Date: February 6, 2021
    Sorry to lose Randy. He was a very nice man. Will miss him.