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 Gail Gallant on April 10, 2011
Not having met Jimmie, just by how he was strong for Sally and the love Brandi and Sally has for him, tells me he was an exceptional man. Your job is done here Jimmie. Your turn to rest. You will all be together again. Fly with Angels dear soul.
Posted by Tim Busby on April 10, 2011
Jimmie, my brother, my friend, we will miss you with a heart felt passion forever and ever. i will see you on the angels highway some day, mean time keep a seat open for me, I LOVE YOU JIMMIE........Tim
Posted by Jim Cirner on April 10, 2011
Jimmie you are going to be missed. Thanks for all the time you shared with me on the phone about computers. We had some good Clamping times and Manchester will always stick out in my mind... ;-) On to the Golden Hills. You did good Brother!
Posted by J Clamp on April 10, 2011
JR will not be having any services, per his request. His wife and daughter have a P.O Box address if anyone wishes to send condolensces, or monetary donations. Po Box 10833, Salinas, California 93912
Posted by Brian Cobb on April 10, 2011
Jimmy you will be greatly missed but never ever will you be forgotten. You were always a great friend of my whole family
Posted by Maxiodie Sasaki on April 10, 2011
Rest i peace big jim we will forever miss you. Your with the angels now fly free.
Posted by Bobbe Leviten on April 10, 2011

I am so thankful to have had the opportunity to have met you and gotten to know you. You will be missed by many, including me.
Posted by Steve Myers on April 10, 2011
The time we've known each other since 97, you've always been my cyber hero and best friend and brother in Clamperdom. Hope to see you with a rum and pepsi at the golden hills clampfire, when my time comes. God Bless Sally and Brandi for their stren
Posted by Richard Hawthorne on April 10, 2011
ur courage ur love .. something i had the honor to witness. i am blessed for knowing you.. they got ur harley waiting for ya, one with wings to ride you to the heavens. till we see each other again my friend.
Posted by Sally Reynolds on April 10, 2011
I miss you so much darlin. I still can't believe it's real. I love you more than I can even put into words but you already know that.

Hug my daddy for me really hard.
Posted by Rayne Coleman on April 10, 2011
How lucky I feel I am to have known you. You always had a smile on your face and made people feel better just by being around you. You are missed.....
Posted by Dottie Stevens on April 10, 2011
So glad I found you and Brandi on facebook when I did and had the oppertunity to connect with a long time friend again. I know you are watching over Sally, Brandi, and Kayden from above. Rest peacefully and pain free, my friend.
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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.