It is with great sadness that the family of Gary Wayne Reynolds announces his passing on Monday, May 20, 2019, at St. Vincent Hospital in Indianapolis, at the age of 43. Gary will be forever remembered and loved by the love of his life, his daughter Raelyn Faye, and her mother, Sandy, his step-children Tyler and Brooklyn, his parents Terry and Martha, and his siblings Lisa (Micky) and Randy (Brittany). Gary will also be forever remembered and loved by his niece, Sydnee and nephews, Hunter and Bodie and extended family members and dear friends.
Gary graduated from West Washington High School in 1994. During his high school years, Gary excelled in Track and Field. He was the first male athlete from West Washington to advance to Regionals in two different events. He was also a member of the West Washington Football team that played for a state championship. Gary was baptized and attended Mt. Tabor Christian Church.
Gary was experienced in many trades. Most of the time, he worked as a Mason where he laid thousands of bricks, blocks and stones across several states in America, including Hawaii. He was a perfectionist and known for his excellent masonry skills he used on many homes and buildings predominantly throughout Southern Indiana. He also worked as a handyman and completed various jobs for many people around the Salem area. Gary’s precise and beautiful work will be missed by many on earth, but we all know he’s already working on some golden, free standing arches in Heaven for the Lord God himself.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, May 25, 2019, from 12pm-3pm at the Mount Tabor Christian Church located at 7380 West Mount Tabor Road, Salem, IN 47167. Visitation starts at 12pm and the service starts at 3pm followed by the burial at Claysville Cemetery.