Christopher Patrick Reynolds passed away on August 31st, 2021, at the age of 54. He was the devoted and cherished husband of Sherilyn P. Reynolds (Nee Ferguson) and the adored father of Justin (Denise), Joshuah (Noah), and Miranda (Sam) Habig. We were blessed to call him Dad. He was also the father of Hanna and Jacob Reynolds. He was the exceptional and most dear and treasured Paw-Paw to Olivia and Rilynn Habig. Son of Doris (Nee Kilday) and the late John "Jack" Reynolds. The favorite brother to Patty (Fred) Schmidt, Suzanne (David) Stein, John, Mike, and the late brother of Kim, Dannie, Brian, and Mary Reynolds. He was a beloved brother-in-law to Randy Ferguson. He was also survived by numerous loving and caring nieces, nephews, and great-nephews.
Those who knew Chris well knew his deep love for his wife, children, and grandchildren. His world revolved around them. All he wanted for his loved ones was to "live a good life and be happy." He instilled in us all that "honesty is always the best policy" and to "always try and do your best." He has encouraged us all to be brave in life" and to always "believe in yourself." Chris was the trusted and beloved friend of many. He was the best mentor and colleague to numerous at his workplace, Duke Energy. He was a hardworking man with the ability to conquer any task. He was a man of strong faith in God and enjoyed talking with others about his faith. He was a devoted member and trustee of Oak Hills United Methodist Church, where his heart was full of the grace of Jesus. He was grandly loved and admired by many of his brothers and sisters of the congregation. He blessed the many people he loved and was always "right there" in times of need. Chris never hesitated to let us know how much he loved us.
Family and friends are invited to a visitation Thursday September 9th from 9:30 am until time of funeral services at 11:30 am, all taking place at Oak Hills United Methodist Church 6069 Bridgetown Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45248.
If desired, memorial donations can be made to The Reds Community Fund https://www.mlb.com/reds/community/rcf/donation.
We will greatly miss his stories, phone calls, sense of humor, warm solid hugs, and cheers of support from the sidelines. As Chris used to say, "What's not to love?"