Arnold D. Reynolds

Arnold Dwight Reynolds was born on October 21, 1952 in Harpersville, AL to the late Walter and Mary Lee (Kennedy) Reynolds of Praco, AL. Arnold also known as Dwight Departed this world peacefully on February 10, 2020 at the age of 67, surrounded by family at Riverside Methodist Hospital.

Dwight was the fourth of twelve children and the eldest son. He graduated from East High School in Columbus, OH. He later met and married, Angeline Johnson (divorced) and their union was blessed with three children. After living in New York City for over twenty years, he moved back to Columbus, Ohio to be closer to his children and family.

Dwight enjoyed traveling, going to the movies, taking care of his cars, completing DIY projects around his home, watching basketball. Dwight will be remembered for his strength, his hard work his love and dedication for his family, and most importantly his LOVE for God.

Dwight loved the Lord and accepted him as his personal Savior at Greater Emmanuel (known as Higher Ground Alway Abounding Assemblies Inc.) under the pastorate of Bishop Sherman S. Watkins. While in New York Dwight served as Assistant Pastor of the Gateway unto Zion Pentecostal Church from 1981-1986. He always added a little sense of humor in his sermons. Everyone enjoyed hearing him preach the word of God.

Dwight was preceded in death by his parents Walter and Mary Lee Reynolds, two brother-in laws Bishop Harold Frasier Sr. and Alan D. Jackson Sr.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory two daughters Dawni Reynolds of Columbus, Ohio; Monique (Mario Ball); of Houston, TX and one son Angelo Reynolds of Columbus, Ohio. Nine sisters, Pearlie Flowers of Delaware; Pastor Carolyn Frasier of Queens, NY; Vanessa King of Franklin PK, NJ; Linda Reynolds; Debbie (Joseph Brooks); Sandra Jackson, Alice Reynolds, Shirley (Mark Simpson); Kathryn Siddiq; and two brothers, Kenneth (Michelle Reynolds); Darren Reynolds, all of Columbus, Ohio and six Grandchildren; Aaron Brent, Daijah Brent, Josiah Brent, Jazmand Sigillo, Emery Ball, Oaklynn Ball and host of nieces, Nephews, Extended relatives, and friends.

Visitation 9AM and Funeral Service 10AM Saturday, February 29, 2020 at Greater Ebenezer Cathedral of Praise 43207.

Condolence Messages

  1. To: The Entire Reynolds Family, You Have My Deepest Sympathy.

  2. Expressions of sympathy for the family on your loss. May the support of family and friends be a source of strength and the God of comfort a refuge in your time of need. With caring thoughts.

  3. I will always love you Uncle Dwight may you rest in peace
    -Your nephew Brandon

  4. Richard Eric Neal Jr.

    Richard E Neal Send his Deepest Sympathy. Dwight is Ricky Neal Best Friend. May God Bless The Entire Reynolds Family From The Neal Family!

  5. I love you always and forever, Dad! XOXO
    Your Daughter, Monique Ball

  6. I hate to see you go My Brother, Friends Forever! See you in Heaven! God Knows!

  7. Bernice Perkins Amos

    Please know that our sincere sympathy is there with you all

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