Kenneth Lee Reynolds

September 12, 1936 ~ August 28, 2011

Kenneth Lee Reynolds, 74, of Lake Charles, LA died at 5:20 AM on Sunday, August 28, 2011 in a local care facility.

Mr. Reynolds was born September 12, 1936 in Lake Charles, LA and was a graduate of Lake Charles High School and McNeese State University. He was employed by the State of Louisiana Department of Social Services for thirty-seven years. He also worked for over two years at Mike D Bono Real Estate. Mr. Reynolds served on several committees for the Greater Calcasieu Board of Realtors and was a former basketball, baseball, and softball official. He also organized the Committee of the Louisiana Fast Pitch Softball Hall of Fame, where he was a founding member. A member of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral, he served as an usher, a Eucharistic Minister, and a member of the Parish Council.

Mr. Reynolds is survived by his daughter, Allison Reynolds of Lake Charles; son, Stephen Houston Reynolds and wife Donna of Gillis; and three grandchildren, Karleigh, Kaden, and Konner Reynolds.

His memorial service will be at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, August 30, 2011 at the Johnson Funeral Home Chapel. Deacon Jack Reynolds will officiate. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Tuesday from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM.

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  1. Allen and I are so sorry to learn of Ken's passing. He was a very special person. We loved working with him. Our prayers are with all of you.

  2. Allison and StephenI was saddened to read about the loss of your dad. He was a fine person and loved his family so much. I'm sorry I wasn't able to be with you yesterday, but my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I will remember lots of good times with your dad.

  3. I am very sorry for your loss. Ken was a great friend to me during the years that we worked together and I will really miss him.

  4. I met Ken in the early 70's when we both became Food Stamp Consultants.We became friends immediately and remained close over the years.We had some great times throughout our work careers.Had an opportunity to visit him a couple months ago and was so pleased he recognized me.Enjoyed my visit.He was a great guy who loved his children and grandchildren.Will miss him.Will remember all of you in my prayers.

  5. Just heard the news. My condolences to the family.Ken used to officiate me in hi school at LaGrange and we had great times at the river with my Mother and Bill. He was a very good man.

  6. Ken and I were students at MSU and then were co-workers in the early 70's. We made daily trips to the old Mullers cafe for coffee and sometimes lunch. I made regular visits with him at the care center. His love of family and friends was indeed remarkable. May God rest his soul and may his family find peace and consolation in the Lord.

  7. Ken was a true friend and co-worker. I enjoyed our many talks and especially laughs. He will never be forgotten. My sincere sympathy for your great loss.

  8. Ken was our Regional Food Stamp Supervisor and I worked closely with him for many years in a Parish Office. He was a good friend. May God bless and comfort you as you adjust to your life without your father and grandfather.

  9. So sorry I cannot be with you this evening. Please know you and your family are in our prayers. Thinking of you, John Moffett

  10. The Reynolds Family,I was surprised to hear of Mr. Ken's passing. It had been a long time since I had seen him. But, just wanted to know he was a very caring and considerate person. He always took time to say hello to me and ask how I was doing.May God's blessings be with your family today and always.My Deepest Sympathy,Regina GuidryReal Estate Broker

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