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Edward Mason Reynolds
© Cheyenne Star
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell



Edward Mason Reynolds, 51, passed away January 28, 1991.
Services were at 2 p.m. Thursday in Boxwell Brothers Chapel with Rev. Marion Sparks, Pastor of Calvary Temple.
Burial was in Ochiltree Cemetery, Perryton, Texas.
Mr. Reynolds was born January 2, 1940 in Hobbs, New Mexico.
He moved to Perryton in 1974 from Hennessey, Oklahoma.
He was married to Roberta Mae Thrasher on November 29, 1968 at Burkburnett.
Survivors include his wife and two sons, Tom Reynolds of Amarillo, Texas; and Doug Reynolds of Perryton, Texas; a sister, Tommy Jean Jones of Ocola, Florida; brother, Joe Glenn Reynolds of Dallas, Texas; his mother, Mable Reynolds of Hobbs, New Mexico; as well as numerous friends.
He was a great nephew of the late Church Reynolds of Reydon, Oklahoma.


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