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Sunrise: 2/11/1948. Sunset:1/21/2020
I have fought a good fight. I have finished my course. I have kept the faith henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge. Shall give me at that day and not to me only, but into all them also that love his appearance. (II Timothy 4:7-8)
In His Majestic Wisdom our Heavenly Father. Who is perfect in all his actions called our beloved Lillian Reynolds to her eternal home on Tuesday Evening January 21, 2020. Lillian was born February 11, 1948 To the late Thomas Reynolds Sr. and Pauline Reynolds in Camden S.C. where she was raised and attended Kirkland elementary school. Upon moving to the Bronx, there she attended JHS. 118. She attended Grace H. Dodge where she graduated.
Lillian worked for White Castle Franchise. She also for Tree lighting and Landscaping. Lillian worked for Yankee stadium for 20 years upon her passing.
She was the Queen of all trades. Always nurturing, basically another mother to everyone that knew her. Lillian’s door was always open to everyone. She would give her last without question she loved her family and her friends. She was loved by many. Always there to help in anyway with kind words and understanding. No matter what she was going through she always had time as well as an ear. She enjoyed life to the fullest. And having a good time with family and friends. Lillian loved herself some Micheal for he was her world and she was his! Michael was her pride and joy her only boy as she would say. She met Jimmie White in 1992 and became lifelong partners.
Joining GREATER FAITH Baptist Church in 1996. There she was a devote member and servant for the Lord. Anytime no matter the situation when anyone calls she would answer from her heart.
Jimmie was always there for Lillian and Michael. He loved her and she loved him until the end. God called for our beloved Lillian to take her rest we all loved her, but God loved her best. Lillian cherished her Mom, as well as life and having fun, laughing most of Lillian always kept her hair together whenever you'd see Lillian her hair was laid down. (smile)
Lillian Reynolds was proceeded in death by two brothers and two sisters. She left reflecting in her memory her mother Pauline Reynolds, one son Michael, Lifelong partner, Jimmie White, one sister Kimberly, one brother Thomas and Adell Reynolds, 5 Nieces and 15 Nephews
And a Host of family and friends.
From Your Beloved Family; The call was sudden, the shock was severe, we will always cherish the memories and years we had you here.