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Andrew Curtis Reynolds

April 6, 1955 ~ January 12, 2021 (age 65)

Obituary

Andrew Reynolds was born on April 6, 1955 to Willie Lee and Edna Brown who Isola, Mississippi both who preceded her in death.

Andrew attended Austin High School but later received his diploma from Malcolm X College.

He worked at Harris Steel for 30 years until health declined.

Andrew accepted Christ at an early age and loved to preach the Bible. He joined Greater Bethlehem Healing Temple.

Andrew joined in Holy Matrimony with Shirley Reynolds (who preceded him in death) in February 1975 and from this union two children were born. He later remarried and divorced Helen Ferguson and to this union four children were born.

Andrew passed on January 12, 2021 when he was welcomed home by his parents; Son: Andre Jr., Stepson: Willie; Brother: Michael; Uncle: Carl; Grandfather: Herman Sr.; and Big Ma Lucinda.

Andrew leaves to cherish his memories: Six children: Shenequa “Ne-Girl”, Quintella “Baby Girl” (Darrell Sr.), Toy, Tashianna, and Andrea; Ten grandchildren: Sparkle, Darnell, Darrell Jr., Johnae, Ashaunti, Darius, Darrion, Darriell, Princess, Amareeya, and a grandchild on the way; Two step-daughters: Karyn and Sharina; Two great grandchildren: Darian, Neremiah, and a great grandchild on the way; Loving mother: Edna Brown; Three brothers: Earnest, Carl, and George Turner; A uncle: Herman Jr.; Aunts: Claudine, Wartime, Lavonne, and Oddessa; A special aunt Christine; Close friend Don, and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

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Services

Wake
Saturday
January 30, 2021

4:00 PM
Joseph R. Jones Funeral Home
5515 W Chicago
Chicago, IL 60651

Funeral Service
Saturday
January 30, 2021

5:00 PM
Joseph R. Jones Funeral Home
5515 W Chicago
Chicago, IL 60651

Video is available for this event


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