Greg Reynolds

06-May-1954 - 03-Jan-2023

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Posted by Randy Keller | 05-Feb-2023

To Nina and the Reynolds family, Kate and I are sorry for your loss. We did manage to connect with Greg by text last fall, and he was in remarkably good spirits. We will remember him that way. X0

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Posted by Gail Trewhitt | 27-Jan-2023

Remembering Greg at our Healthy Hearts classes just a few years ago; loved his quiet demeanor but obvious concern for others. So sad to read of Greg's passing. Gone too soon. I would love to attend his Celebration of Life but I now live in Newfoundland. I carry his memory in my heart, in the land of my beloved ancestors. Rest in eternal peace my friend. My sympathy to Nina & all those who loved Greg. Gail

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Posted by Jane Smith-Eivemark | 24-Jan-2023

Please accept my sincere condolences Nina.
I remember seeing you and Greg at Mary and Jim's home when Mrs. Doorly died. We enjoyed conversation, laughs, a few "tips" or maybe many. It was lovely to see both of you at that time and I wish you love and life in every way as you move through your loss of Greg.

Be well and I hope to see you in the springtime.


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Posted by Aimee Charbonneau | 23-Jan-2023

Nina, I’m so sorry for the loss of Greg. I don’t think I actually ever met him, but I remember seeing him buzzing about the Celtic festival—including the year that he’d broken a leg (did he fall off a roof?) and was at the fest in a wheelchair. He sounds like such a wonderful man and partner, and I’m so sorry for both you and the Goderich community at large that you’ve lost such an awesome person. I’m thinking of you, holding you in my heart, and sending you enormous hugs through the air. ❤️❤️❤️

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Posted by Ian Davies | 20-Jan-2023

Greg's passing is a tremendous loss for all of us. He had such a wonderful spirit. His energy at the festival this past summer was truly inspiring. He will be long remembered as a true gentleman, a man who cared so deeply for the festival, his friends and the community. Our thoughts and prayers go to Nina, Mike and their families bringing to mind the words from a special hymn.

Go now in peace. Never be afraid.
God will go with you each hour of every day.
Go now in faith, steadfast, strong and true.
Know He will guide you in all you do.
Go now in love, and show you believe.
Reach out to others so all the world can see.
God will be there watching from above.
Go now in peace, in faith, and in love.

Ian, Kay & Cecil (Julianna) Davies

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Posted by Dale Shortt | 18-Jan-2023

I hope the happy memories you have give you comfort

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Posted by Con Melady | 18-Jan-2023

The last visit I had with Greg, Michael Gregg and myself had an hour of conversation, a couple of beers and happily, a good laugh from all of us at Bill W's expense. Greg tried the beers through a straw and engaged for about one half hour before getting noddy. I suggested that he let his eyes close while Mike and I had a little scotch. Good idea! We kibitzed quietly and after a bit Greg chipped in something and added "I don't want to miss anything." When we parted I reached out to hold his hand as I have done on each occasion, we would usually clasp each other some way with an eye lock. This time when I reached out his hand was in a fist which I wrapped easily. I think he was bearing down pretty hard there. That was Boxing Day, about a week before he died. Nina said he really only let go in the last moment after a brief struggle. He didn't want to miss anything.
And he didn't miss much. With Nina he was the last to leave any soiree. The GLT, Livery and the Celtic Roots Festival know that he was always there. His many customers and friends know too that even if he wasn't there he was, and is.
Happy traiiils to youuu... Good Friend.

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Posted by Auckland Joan | 17-Jan-2023

I am so sorry for the loss of this amazing man! Greg was always so helpful to me as well as the community! A wonderful, welcoming neighbour and friend. He touched so many lives!
I will miss his visits with Nina and their stories of the LakeHouse.
Keeping Nina, all the Reynolds family and friends in my thoughts!
May your loving memories of Greg bring you comfort!

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Posted by Heather & Wayne Lyond | 14-Jan-2023

What a wonderful fellow. A true inspiration for other talented ‘Carps’ to seek out the Livery’s community theatre family. Above all - Our thoughts are with you Nina and all Greg’s family and multitude of friends.

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Posted by Jo-ann Marcoux | 13-Jan-2023

I didn't know Greg well, but I know your loss will be great Nina. My deepest condolences Nina, take care of yourself.

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