ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jimmie Reynolds 64 years old , born on October 24, 1946 and passed away on April 7, 2011. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sandy Harmon on April 10, 2017
6 years of living with great memories. Have you got the Golden Hills ready for me yet?
Posted by Brandi Casey on April 11, 2016
It's been forever and a day it seems...actually it's been 5 years, and 4 days. I'm realizing time doesn't heal all wounds after all. I miss you even more today than I did yesterday, or the day before, or the day before that. Mom too, and Kaden and Ron. We've had to say goodbye to a lot of people this year, people we shared your memories with. The longer time goes on, the more people who knew you are joining you, and I'm making a lot of new friends. My only regret is the new people in my life didn't have a chance to meet you. I can't possibly explain how much I love and miss you to someone you've never met, they just can't understand. Words can never represent my feelings enough. I'll be keeping your memory alive until the day I see you again. I love you daddy, I know you know that already, but it's always worth repeating. ❤
Posted by Vicky Rodoni on April 7, 2015
Thinking of you today, please know you are missed as much as ever. Keep shining that light down from Heaven Jimmie - it's what sustains your family and reminds your friends that love lives on forever.
~Vicky and Bud Rodoni
Posted by Brandi Casey on April 7, 2015
I miss you daddy. People keep telling me time heals all wounds, but that couldn't be further from the truth. It's been exactly four years this evening that you've been gone, and I miss you as much as I did the day you left, and it hurts just the same. One day you, mom, and I will be together again, but until then I keep your memory alive. I live you daddy.
Posted by Sandy Harmon on April 7, 2015
Hey Bro - I imagine that you have the Golden Hills are wired up for wifi by now. Looking forward to seeing you again.
Before and After...
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on April 7, 2015
Missing you, Jimmie. I know you're watching over your family from Heaven.
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on October 24, 2014
Happy Birthday, Jimmie. You're missed, Dude! So glad to have been blessed to know you, even for such a short time.
Posted by Brandi Casey on October 24, 2014
Today you would have been 68 years old. I still celebrate your birthday, because the day you took your first breath, is the best reason to celebrate. The day you took your last breath was the worst day of my life, but the beginning of something beautiful. Since that day, I appreciate everything and everyone in my life so much more than I did before. I have gratitude that can't be measured, only appreciated. I love my life, I wish you were still physically in it, but I feel you with me every moment. Butterflies perch on me, white feathers often fall upon my shoulders, I know that's your way of letting me know you're still with me and always will be. You are the best daddy a girl could ever wish for, I love you beyond measure, and I'll always be daddy's little girl, no matter how old I get. I would do anything to have just one more day with you, one more hug, and make you one more banana cream pie. Kaden has your mannerisms, it brings me comfort, and makes me smile from ear to ear. You made huge footprints and left a legacy, I'm so proud of you for being everything you were and are. I miss you. I love you. I think of you often. You are missed by so many people, you made a huge impact on this world, I love you so much, Happy Birthday daddy!;❤❤❤
Posted by Dottie Stevens on October 24, 2014
Happy Birthday my friend.
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on April 7, 2014
Hard to believe it's three years already. Jimmie, you were da bomb! I'm blessed to have spent time with you.
Posted by Marilyn Hankins on October 24, 2013
It is great to have such wonderful memories of our loved ones that have gone on before us. Those good memories sustain us through good times & bad.
I was not aware your father was from Morrilton, AR. That is just down the road from my home town where I grew up.
Posted by Richard Hawthorne on October 24, 2013
happy birthday ol' timer. have a heavenly day!!
Posted by Pam Johnson on April 7, 2013
Calm Seas and Fair Winds Jimmie

Hugsss
Posted by Richard Hawthorne on April 7, 2013
has it really been two years? i didnt know u long but in the time i did i knew u to be a standup guy a great dad and a wonderful husband. its terrible ur time came way too soon. that Halloween in monterey will be forever etched in my brain dr. enjoy the view till we all get together again. rich
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on April 7, 2013
Jimmie, it was too short a time that I knew you, and that time is precious. You'll be in my heart forever!
Posted by Sally Reynolds on October 25, 2012
Happy Birthday darlin'. You've been gone for 18 months yet it seems like years to me. My love stills grows stronger each and every day. I will worship you until the day I die. Thank you for choosing me for life. ♥♥♥
Posted by Dottie Stevens on October 24, 2012
Happy Birthday my friend.....I know you are up there watching over your family. Bless your soul, JR.

Dottie
Posted by Chuck Frazer on October 24, 2012
Happy Birthday JR. I think about ya daily as I check the server and your amazing great websites that are still runnin & workin good. We'll all raise a drink to you this weekend at the annual Cyber-Whang event that is now dedicated to you. Miss ya big time Bro . . . . .
Posted by Thomas Whiteford on October 24, 2012
Happy Birthday IRJR, every time I log on to the Gazette I always think of you. Your missed a lot from your brothers in redshirts. I hope you and the others in the golden hills are gather and passing one to the next brother.
Posted by Pam Johnson on October 24, 2012
Keep saling Jimmy

Hugsss
Posted by Steve Myers on October 24, 2012
Happy Birthday JR! We will miss your bright cheery personality this weekend at TS9! Love you and miss you Brother!
Posted by Sandy Harmon on April 9, 2012
You weren't one for beating your own chest, JR but I hope you are pleased and humbled by just how many people hold you in high regard. And we all watch out for your widder and orphan. Can't believe that you've been gone for a whole year. Bet you have the Summerlands rockin'.
Posted by Chuck Frazer on April 8, 2012
Sure do miss you JR . . . . . .
Posted by Vicky Rodoni on April 7, 2012
Gone but not forgotten, holding you and yours in our thoughts today JR. 
~Bud and Vicky Rodoni
Posted by Pam Johnson on April 7, 2012
Sail on Fair Winds and Calm Seas Jimmy
Posted by Steve Myers on April 7, 2012
While you are now in the Golden Hills, you will never be forgotten by the Brothers of E Clampus Vitus. My thoughts are, you have been joined by John Loomis and John Wright, sitting by a clampfire in them Golden Hills. Monterey Viejo will never be the same. May God bless Sally and Brandi, as you are already blessed!
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on April 7, 2012
Jimmie: Thank you for touching my life and my heart. You will always be missed and always be loved!
Posted by Brian Cobb on April 7, 2012
Greatly missed but never forgotten. Jimmy you were definetly one of the good ones
Posted by Pam Johnson on October 24, 2011
Happy Day Jimmie. All is well with you now. So many miss you but your love carries on. The pain of loss doesnt go away but we have to Celebrate LIFE. Death then has no dominion.
Posted by Richard Hawthorne on October 24, 2011
happy birthday in a couple hours jimmie.. wish i coulda known u better.
Posted by Brian Cobb on October 24, 2011
Jimmy you will always missed and forever loved. Happy Birthday Jimmy I will never forget you live forever in my mind and heart
Posted by Steve Myers on October 24, 2011
it's your birthday today, but not real happy since you're not here to enjoy. TS8 was this weekend. Sally and Brandi were there. We set around the "Clampfire" and reminised on the times we all had with you. You are missed!
Posted by Carol Villagran on October 24, 2011
Just wanted to light another candle in your memory and to wish you a Happy Birthday. Sally and Brandi are doing okay, they are strong ladies. So be at peace my friend.
Posted by Jean DeSena on October 24, 2011
Thinking of you on yur Birthday Jimmie. Sending all our love to you Sally, Brandi & family. Always in our prayers dear friends. Hugs,Jeanie, Joe Darla & family xoxo
Posted by Ladonna Daniels on July 28, 2011
J.R. I hope that your life was good and you still had your great laughs all along the way... I get the feeling you did, from all the great reviews you've gotten... Yeah Pac Man in Steve and Lorries garage, Great times..... You were always a step ahead.. Love ya...  La'Donna
Posted by Samantha Haver on July 28, 2011
My dearest Jimmie, What a wonderful life you had.I never thought I would be telling you Good bye.Jimmie hold your head high honey you left this earth with a young beautiful daughter to carry on for you..We all miss you with all our hearts. BYE BABE love you
Posted by Lori Plumlee on July 27, 2011
Dear J.R. you knew me as Lorrie Walker...We were King & Queen of the Pac Man game. we spent thousands of hours playing that game together with just as many laughs . You were highly intelligent and extremely witty. You were a great friend. Rum & Pepsi forever......
Posted by Jean DeSena on May 23, 2011
You fought so long, hard & cared so well for your Girls Sally,Brandi,Miss Sassy & family. Jimmie,Sally & Brandi you are such an inspiration to your Dogster pals. Sending all our love,prayers &Deepest condolences to you all. RIP
Posted by Pam Johnson on May 23, 2011
Jimmie.I never met you in person but I did in heart.I met Sally through Dogster & followed the struggle for Life that followed for you both.You are ,were & ever will be an inspiration & demonstration of pure stubbon unfailing LOVE. Sail on Fair Winds
Posted by Peter Duvall on April 25, 2011
Jimmy you & I survied many aweekend clamping to together I will greatly miss them times but I will remember for ever,I know your still clampen in them golden hills..........
Posted by Trudi Taylor on April 17, 2011
I never had the honour of meeting you but I am blessed to know your daughter who is one of the most wonderful, inspirational women I have ever met. Truly a credit to you. You will be missed by your family please look over them and keep them safe.
Posted by Tammy Chriss on April 17, 2011
Dear Jimmy in peaceful heaven...I just met you on this earth via Facebook and I got to know your daughter and wife as well. I adored how close you all are and the love you all have for each other. Please keep your spirit alive on this earth and watch
Posted by Margaret Hartley on April 15, 2011
Jimmie- you were one of the most extraordinary people I have ever talked with. It was so apparent how very much you loved your family and life in general.
You will be missed by so many more people than you could ever imagine- 
    
Posted by Paula Cushman on April 11, 2011
A man loved by many, a father who loved his daughter and a wife he was devoted to, three of the best traits any man can have in life. RIP
Paula Mae, Irma Vance, Joey Vega, Monroe & Mikey Hoskins
Posted by Joanne Galasso on April 11, 2011
I have not met Jimmie,Sally or Brandi in person.First met Sally on Dogster and came to know the wonderful caring person she is.Jimmie has been there for his family through all the bad times what an incredible man.Its your time to Rest,till your reuni
Posted by Marilyn Hankins on April 11, 2011
Although I never had the pleasure of meeting Jim, I am so very sorry to hear of his passing. I noticed that he was born in Morrilton, AR. It is a small world as I grew up in Arkansas. He married the granddaughter of my Uncle and they both resided i
Posted by Dennis Holschlag on April 11, 2011
Yeah what a bummer.All I can say is that it was a real treat to have known him....Sigh......R2G
Posted by Wolfie (Kay) La Valle on April 11, 2011
I never knew Jimmie but heard of him through his good friend & mine Talon or Tim Busby. I want to send my condolences to his wife and family. I am sure being a good friend of Talon's that Jimmie WAS a wonderful person. Talon is my good friend.
Posted by Brandi Casey on April 10, 2011
My Daddy..... I can't believe you're gone... You told me someday I would have to live without you, but I wasn't ready yet.. I love you and I miss you already.
Posted by Carol Villagran on April 10, 2011
I will miss you my dear friend so much. I will miss your intelligent yet witty conversations. You were a good man, a devoted father and husband. They don't make them like you anymore. Even when you were struggling to breathe you had a ready smile
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Posted by Sandy Harmon on April 10, 2017
6 years of living with great memories. Have you got the Golden Hills ready for me yet?
Posted by Brandi Casey on April 11, 2016
It's been forever and a day it seems...actually it's been 5 years, and 4 days. I'm realizing time doesn't heal all wounds after all. I miss you even more today than I did yesterday, or the day before, or the day before that. Mom too, and Kaden and Ron. We've had to say goodbye to a lot of people this year, people we shared your memories with. The longer time goes on, the more people who knew you are joining you, and I'm making a lot of new friends. My only regret is the new people in my life didn't have a chance to meet you. I can't possibly explain how much I love and miss you to someone you've never met, they just can't understand. Words can never represent my feelings enough. I'll be keeping your memory alive until the day I see you again. I love you daddy, I know you know that already, but it's always worth repeating. ❤
Posted by Vicky Rodoni on April 7, 2015
Thinking of you today, please know you are missed as much as ever. Keep shining that light down from Heaven Jimmie - it's what sustains your family and reminds your friends that love lives on forever.
~Vicky and Bud Rodoni
Recent stories

The MG

Shared by Samantha Haver on July 28, 2011

 We all (the gang) spent many a nights watching the cars driving up and down main street standing under the street light in Mel's parking lot..all of us were to poor to waste the gas.We were laughing and joking Jimmie loved driving up to Fremonts Peak him and the red MG..I guess I was one of the special ones he picked that night .So off we went to the mountain. We got up there had many laughs and on the way down Jimmie says lets make this interesting he shut the lights off and we came down in the dark.(At the time I thought he was out of his mind) but little did I no he had been doing this for years..It was so exciting and scary at the same time..Well that was the first and last time I went with Jimmie up there when we got down he pulled over and I jumped out and kissed the ground we got out of there all in one piece..Jimmie laughed so hard and ribbed me about that for years.We had many fun times together back in the late 60's..To know Jimmie was to love him.Gosh if we only could turn back time

Snow Day

Shared by Brandi Casey on April 11, 2011

I have a lifetime of stories and memories, but here's a recent one that sticks out in my mind..   I have never seen snow..  Me and Daddy always kept track of the temperature here in Salinas, hoping it would snow..  I have pictures of us standing outside in the middle of winter in front of a bulletin board where he'd put down the date and how many degrees it was... We took a picture like this in the backyard every winter for years...  Last February on the 26th, daddy was too sick to go outside, but it got really cold here in salinas... I was on the phone with him, we were talking about how exciting it would be if it actually snowed here...  AInd then, almost like magic, I felt a snowflake fall on my hand...  I looked up, and sure enough, it was snowing! Daddy was too tired to go outside and see it for himself, but he was watching it from his surveilance camera... He was laughing so hard because of my reaction to the snow, said he was glad I finally got to see it. After 36 years, I finally got to see it snow, and I just happened to be on the phone with him...  That was a great day, I'll never forget! It was unusual, because it never snows here. I have lived here my entire life and never saw a single snowflake...He was so happy I got to see it, and that he got to see me acting like a little kid because I had never seen it before  :)

Imaginative Mind

Shared by Carol Villagran on April 11, 2011

 There was a bunch of us at a party one night.  I guess Jimmie was bored and so decided to make up a game board.  He found some cardboard and some dice and whatever he could find I guess as players markers.  I don't remember the whole game anymore or the purpose, probably wasn't any. That was so many many years ago. The parts I do remember is some of the squares had stuff like close your eyes until someone rolls a 4.  Then there was one where you had to walk to the tree in the front yard and back.  That was easy unless you had landed on the close your eyes previously and noone had rolled a 4 yet!  Then there was the usual, take a shot,  kiss the person on your left, didn't matter what gender they were! Put your hands behind you until someone rolled a 2.  That was fun trying to roll with your hands behind you.   Don't think there was a finish to that game, just went on and on. LOL But that's the kind of person he was, always ready to make everyone smile.