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In Memory

Greg Reynolds

Greg Reynolds

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12/23/20 11:17 AM #6    

Kris Burkland

Knew Greg well in high school. Not much contact after graduating. I have known Mary since grade school. 
so incredibly sorry to here Greg has left us. Mary my thoughts are truly and sincerely with you. 

12/23/20 02:28 PM #7    

Sherman Conover

I was saddened to hear this news. I met Greg in Thompson JH and he was so nice. Although we didn't really hang out together, he always had a smile on his face. It was great to see him at our reunion. Mary, our thoughts & prayers go out to you & your family.

12/23/20 05:41 PM #8    

Kim Halverson

I knew Greg while at Thompson Jr. High and all through High School. We were not close but I always admired Greg and enjoyed the times we did share. We are sorry for your loss Mary, God Bless.

Kim and Mary Halverson

12/23/20 08:57 PM #9    

Laurie Hood (Scriven)

I'm so sorry.  I remember Greg and yes, he always had a smile on his face and a friendly 'hello'.  It's incredibly hard to lose a loved one, so much more at this time of year, and especially from this disease.  You are in my thoughts and prayers, Mary.

12/23/20 10:01 PM #10    

Jane Pedersen (Schilperoort)

Sorry to hear of Greg's passing. My thoughts & prayers to Mary & her family at this difficult time. May your many wonderful memories bring you some peace.

12/24/20 12:30 AM #11    

Becky Cyr (Gwaltney)

Dear Mary and Family ~  So sorry to hear about Greg's passing. May you find comfort in your cherished memories.  With loving thoughts and prayers. ~ Becky

12/24/20 08:45 AM #12    

Thomas Lundy

So sorry to hear of Greg's passing. My deepest condolences to Mary and family. I only knew Greg from high school but have known Mary since Crown Hill. ❤

12/24/20 09:32 PM #13    

Jerry Kraft


So sad to hear the news.

Hope you are doing your best to hang in there during these tough times. 

Greg and I had a lot of fun together both in Seattle and on Whidbey Island. 

I remember when he bought his motorcycle and came over yo Sunlight beach to 

show it off. When he did the survey next to Bill Gates house and so many other stories

Him and I and Tom Peterson all got beaten by the Nun's at Christ the King Catholic school. 

We all left snd transfered to RH Thompson Junior high the year after our last major beating fron 

Sister Isadora. She should have been crucified instead of Christ. OMG  I should have sued. 

Greg and Tom and I were close and unfortunately Tom died of a blood clot in his leg and now 

this news. I feel a bit bewildered. This disease is so bad. I know you must be hurting. It saddens me deeply

and I feel like I am the only one left of our 3 bad boys at Christ the King but many of us left and all the Ingraham

people know who you are. Ex- Christ the king people. He was lucky to find such a wonderful person like you Mary.  I always admired him and was in fact jelous that he got so lucky. Again sorry to hear that and my heart

goes out to you.  Jerry Kraft




12/25/20 11:56 AM #14    

Kathleen Evans (Booth)

I was sad and shocked to learn of Greg's untimely passing.I first met him in Jr High . He was always friendly and in good mood. My heart goes out to Mary and Family. He was a special guy ! God Bless Kathleen Evans Booth

12/27/20 03:31 PM #15    

Douglas Sackett

It saddened me to read of Greg's passing. When I was a UPS driver I saw him out in Federal Way doing an appraisal. He told me he had been in a motorcycle accident and lost the use of his arm. Super nice guy...My heart goes out to his bride and familly. This disease does not discriminate...

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