Georgia Golf Ministry
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Jim Reynolds was the most selfless person I have ever met. He worked tirelessly on this camp to make sure everything was perfect for the campers. He was passionate about the campers having a personal relationship with Christ.

You may have never seen Jim as he was always in the background. He eschewed the limelight more than Hogan, a hook.

He was a great father, husband and friend. He adored his family.

He will forever be missed.


James William "Jim" Reynolds

Jim Reynolds of Reynolds Plantation in Greensboro, Georgia, died on Sunday, July 9, 2006. Son of the late Edwin Reynolds and Ellen Hueber Reynolds, Jim was born on November 2, 1940, in Bergen County, New Jersey.

He graduated from Dwight Morrow High School in Englewood, NJ in 1957, and attended Fairleigh Dickenson University in New Jersey. He served in the United States Army for two years after high school and was later called back during the Berlin Crisis. For many years he set up computer systems for Grand Union Company, NCR, and AT&T retiring in 1993.

Jim was actively involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Ministries; helped start Habitat for Humanity in Greene County and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Greensboro. He and his wife of 45 years, Jeanne, had lived in Greensboro for the past seven. He is survived by his wife, Jeanne Sand Reynolds, of Greensboro, GA; a daughter, Wendy Green and husband Christopher of New Hudson, MI; two sons, Gary Reynolds of Bellingham, WA and Robert Reynolds and wife Colleen of Exton, PA; two brothers, Edwin Reynolds and wife Sharon of Milford, P A and Richard Reynolds and partner Yoli of Kalispell, MT; six grand children, Jacob Green, Rachel Green, Paige Green, Kyle Reynolds, Noel Reynolds and Hope Reynolds and a host of other friends and relatives.

Services were held on Thursday, July 13, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Greensboro, 202 W. Broad St. Greensboro, GA, with the Rev. Richard Chewning officiating.