Stephen Roger Reynolds

November 21, 1949 - March 17, 2022
Stephen Roger Reynolds


Stephen Roger Reynolds, 72, husband, father and proud papa passed away March 17, 2022 in Wilmington, NC surrounded by family and friends (Richard & Tori Lathrop). He was born to
Roger and Alice (James) Reynolds on November 21, 1949 in Middlebury, VT. He lived in Lincoln and Bristol for the majority of his life. The last year and a half he had moved to NC to be close
to his daughter, son-in-law and grandkids. Besides his father, he is also predeceased by his brother-in-law, Albert Curtis.

Stephen spent 30+ years in the trucking industry working for Vermont State Transportation and Barrett Trucking.

Outside of work Stephen was an avid hunter, fisherman and enjoyed being outdoors. Especially camping and being around the campfire with friends.

Stephen’s family and close friends meant the world to him but most importantly spending time with his two grandkids.

He is survived by his loving wife, Lisa Reynolds, daughter Amanda Ford (Michael), grandchildren, Leo and Hailey of Leland, NC; mother, Alice Reynolds; brother, Jeffrey Reynolds (Laurie) and twin sisters, Julie Curtis and Judy Booth.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 9 th at Brown-McClay Funeral Homes in Bristol, VT from 1pm to 3pm. Followed by a celebration of life from 3pm to 6pm at the American
Legion Post 27 on Boardman Street (Behind G. Stone Motors) in Middlebury, VT.

In lieu of flowers the family would prefer you make a donation to your local Ducks Unlimited Organization or Humane Society.

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  • March 23, 2022
    Kim orlowski says:
    My favorite brother-in-law will be missed dearly. He always made me laugh and always kept me on my toes. One of my favorite memories was when I was a kid and it was Christmas time. He unscrewed one of our outside Christmas lightbulbs and made the whole set not work. My poor brother was out there for a long time trying to fix it. Stevie just laughed and after a while screwed it back in! I’ll miss you so much Reynolds wrap. I’ll miss virtually eating dinner with you too! Till we meet again. Say hi to mom for me. She’s probably having Entenmann’s donuts with you.

  • March 23, 2022
    Amy & Maggie Urian says:
    Amanda, Michael, Leo, Hailey and the Reynolds Family. So sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad, Father-in-Law, husband, friend and life connection. Dear cousin Amanda, you are correct, our time hear is unpredictable and at times short. Please know we will hold you and the family in prayers for peace at this difficult time. Love & Peace to you all. Amy & Maggie (Ford) Urian

  • March 23, 2022
    Prudence Crawmer (Meunier) says:
    I will always remember Stevies goofy laugh lol. He always had a smile on his face whenever I spoke to him, unless Amanda and I were in trouble ;) I will always remember Stevie pulling me around the pool by my feet with my floaties when I was a little girl. I had to trust him when the water in Great Aunt Alices was over my head and I sure did trust him. I know my mama, Leath Meunier, always said that Stevie was one of her favorite cousins. He will be missed and may all his family and friends remember his kind soul. I love you all. Warmly, Prudence Crawmer (Meunier)

  • March 25, 2022
    Darla Stark says:
    we are praying that God will comfort all of you... our most sincere condolences... we will always remember the good ole days, lots of fun and laughter... love you!! Robbie and Darla