Robert George ReynoldsSpecialist Four
B CO, 299TH ENG BN, 937TH ENG GRP, 18TH ENG BDE, USARV
Army of the United States
07 January 1948 - 11 June 1967
Neptune, New Jersey
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The database page for Robert George Reynolds
Left: Father Jack Reynolds; Bobby; brother John.
Right: Bobby after Jump School.
Photos courtesy of Stephen Reynolds
Bobby, to know you was to love you. You are missed so very much. I would have traded places with you if I could. Your light will forever shine. You brought the best out in everyone. My hopes are high as I plan to see you again one day and we can catch up where we left off.
Love you forever,
I would like to hear from
11 Jun 2007
Here it is 40 years later!! It was like yesterday that you left this earth to be with the angels. The ones who love you are still here missing you. Were we that young?? It's hard to concieve! You will always be young and beautiful!
You are always in our hearts and minds no matter where we go in this life. And as for me, I will see you again one day and I'll say "YES" when you ask me to dance without reservation! Being with you for even so briefly has always been a positive thing in my life.
I'm proud that I got to know you and love you. And may the world know you are the best!
See you soon, Baby!
From a friend,
My name is Stephen Reynolds. Bobby was my cousin. Unfortunately, Bobby died when I was just a boy, and I only have the vaguest memory of him. I remember when I was a boy, sometime after Bobby died, his father (my Uncle Jack) gave me a watch that was his. I still have that watch and remember that it was particularly moving to me when I received it.
I look forward to hearing from any of Bobby's family, as I have lost contact with them over the years.
From a cousin,
God Bless YOU, Bobby.
I was looking for another Robert George Reynolds. He was my uncle, killed in the final days of WWII, 30 Mar 1945. That was seven years before I was born.
Robert George Reynolds, son of Lawrence John Reynolds and Frieda Winkler, from Fremont Ohio.
Thank you for letting me post this.
A Note from The Virtual WallB Company, 299th Engineers, lost two men on 11 June 1967 - SP5 Kermit E. Burkey of San Jose, California, and SP4 Robert G. Reynolds.
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With all respect
Jim Schueckler, former CW2, US Army
Ken Davis, Commander, United States Navy (Ret)
Memorial first published on 23 May 2001
Last updated 01/23/2008