Richard Reynolds Obituary Death – Richard Reynolds, who lived in Burlington, died peacefully on January 14, surrounded by his family. He was 81 years old. Georgene M. (Emery) Reynolds loved him as her husband for 61 years. Dicky was born in Somerville and grew up in Woburn. His parents, Charles and Mary (Cutler) Reynolds, died before he was born. He went to school in Woburn and finished high school there. Dick was a skilled electrician, and his youngest son was strongly influenced by him to go into the same field. He worked for Millipore for a long time and did a lot of hard work. In his later years, he worked side by side for the construction company run by his son Rick. Richard was the perfect family man. He spent his whole life taking care of his wife, kids, and grandchildren. He never missed a chance to cheer them on or support them at sports games or other events. Dicky had a strong personality, was a leader, and was the strongest person we know. He had a warm heart and was always calm, cool, and collected. Richard liked the quieter parts of life and liked to stay active and spend time outside. He had a great sense of humor that made a big impression on everyone he met. His family and friends will miss him very much, but they will never forget him.
Loving father of Robin Morgan and the late Donald W. Morgan of Groton, Richard E. Reynolds and his fiancée Maureen Petrone of Burlington, Gary Reynolds and his wife Elisa of Burlington, Amy Reynolds and the late Frank Metcalf of Burlington, Jennifer Reynolds of Burlington, and the late Dorothy Ann Reynolds. “Papa” to Donald, Jonathan, Michael, Caitlin, Michelle, Shane, Adam, Samantha, Valerie, William, John, Jessica, Gabrielle, Cameron, Ava, Ali, and Gavin. Hunter, Colton, Cameron, Brayden, Madison, Greyson, Raegan, Tanner, Carter, Logan, and Athena loved their great-grandfather. Dear brother of Robert Reynolds and his wife Gloria of Woburn, Kathy Lynch of Kentucky, and the late Gil, William, and Leo Reynolds and Midge O’Rourke. There are also many loving nieces and nephews who will miss her. On Thursday, January 19, at 10 a.m., there will be a funeral mass at St. Charles Church, 280 Main Street, Woburn. The family will decide when and where to bury the body. Family and friends are cordially invited to the visitation on Wednesday, January 18 from 4 to 7 p.m. Instead of flowers, you can give money to St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Richard’s name.