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July 2, 2013

Obituary- Reynolds

Funeral services for Earleen Reynolds, 86, Duncan are 2 p.m.  Tuesday at Key Funeral Home Chapel in Pryor. Rev. Kenneth Gable will officiate with burial following at Graham Memorial Cemetery in Pryor. Services are under the direction of Key Funeral Home in Pryor.

Ethel Earleen Reynolds was born on March 3, 1927 in Pryor to James Earl and Bessie Julia (Webb) Elam. She died June 29, 2013 in Duncan.

She grew up and attended school in Pryor, graduating from Pryor High School in 1945. After high school, she worked as a society writer for the Pryor Jeffersonian for some time then on Oct. 10, 1947 she married Vernon Reynolds in Pryor. They continued to make their home in Pryor until 1950 then they moved to the Nowata/Bartlesville area where they lived for many years. The couple had had three children. She was a full time wife, mother and homemaker.  She enjoyed sewing and coking. She and Vernon loved to travel; they enjoyed visiting their kids and grandkids wherever they lived.

Reyolds was of the Baptist faith.

Reynolds is survived by her three children, David Reynolds and wife Lisa of San Antonio, Texas, Debbie Webster and husband Ron of Kaysville, Utah and Mark Reynolds of Duncan; five grandchildren, Courtney Webster, Cameron Webster, Alex Reynolds, Matthew Reynolds and Jarrett Reynolds and two great grandchildren Garrick Webster and Gavin Webster; one brother, Wayne Elam of Pryor and two sisters Shirley Stanberry and husband J.T. of Tulsa and Linda Clubb and husband Dean of Plano, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Vernon Reynolds; one brother and one sister.

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