Indianapolis – Timothy B. Reynolds, 68, of Indianapolis died Nov. 2, 2018, after a three-year battle with lung and liver cancer.
He was born in Richmond, Indiana to Dick and Joan (Donieker) Reynolds on Dec. 8, 1949. His parents preceded him in death.
Tim was a graduate of Richmond High School and Ball State University and worked as a Distribution Manager for CSDC (Richmond, IN) and later as a professional recruiter for Century Personnel (Indianapolis).
He is survived by his loving and supportive wife Judith Marie Papesh Reynolds, daughter Erin Reynolds Phenis (Joshua), son Colin Reynolds (Ellen Kolentus), four grandchildren, Jackson Phenis, Brigitte, Henry, and Howard Reynolds, sister, Kathy Gregorash of Woodbridge, Virginia, his uncle and aunt, Ben and Mary Lou Woolard of Cambridge City, Indiana, cousins, nieces, and nephews.
It was his desire that his body be donated to the Indiana University Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. Hence, there will be no calling; however; the immediate family will gather together for a private celebration of life.
Like the billions who have died before him, he came to understand four things in his life: The power, love, and grace of God; the enormous support of his selfless wife, Judy; the immense pride of seeing his two adult children grow to be fine human beings; and the wonder of the laughter of his grandchildren…to him nothing else mattered.
The family wishes to express their gratitude for the enormous compassion and care he received from the doctors, nurses, and staff while in IU Health University Hospital/Simon Cancer Center.