Alice Evelyn Reynolds
June 27, 1919-Jan. 4, 2014
Submitted by Townley & Wheeler Funeral Home
Dateline: Scotia, NY Alice Evelyn Reynolds, 94, of the Baptist Health Nursing and Retirement Center died peacefully on Saturday, Jan. 4, at her residence.
Alice was born on June 27, 1919 in Lowell, MA and was the daughter of the late Leah and George Robinson. Alice was the beloved wife of the late Max Z. Reynolds who died in San Ramon, CA on April 26, 1991. She had lived in the Capital District of New York since 2002 and was previously of San Ramon, CA and Pittsburgh, PA.
Alice was an avid bridge player and gardener. She had an eye for interior design and brought grace and beauty to her surroundings. She loved being a mother and was devoted to her five daughters, Alicia Graham (Wayne) of Pittsburgh PA, Sandy Reynolds of Calistoga, CA, Corrinne Reynolds of China Guangdong Province, Shenzhen, Shelley Zellmer (Greg) of Grass Lake, MI, and Connie Reynolds (Bill Gordon) Burnt Hills, NY; her Grand Children, Jeffrey Graham of Norfolk, VA, Wayne Graham Jr. of Aliquippa, PA, Katherine Zellmer of Columbus, OH, Kendra Dolson (Gabriel) of Jackson, MI, Jessica Seifert (Ryan) of New York, NY, Jennifer Wells (Gary Sr.) of Hudson Falls, NY, Sandra Bratlie (Darren) of Fort Collins, CO, Moses of China Guangdong Province, Shenzhen and the late Michelle Gordon (Marcus) of Scotia, NY; her Great Grand Children, Keirsten Collins, Gary Wells Jr., Alexis Wells, Devon Bratlie, Reina Bratlie, Marcus Frechette, Sophia Frechette, Benjamin Seifert, Andrew Seifert, Madeline Dolson; her Great Great Grandchildren, Jack Collins and Brayden O’Reilly.
There will be no calling hours and the funeral will be held privately at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association Northeastern New York Chapter, 4 Pine West Plaza, Suite 405, Albany, New York 12205.
With confidence, the family has placed their trust in the loving care of the Townley & Wheeler Funeral Home, 21 Midline Road, Ballston Lake, and they encourage you to view and leave messages on Mrs. Reynold’s Book of Memories at www.TownleyWheelerFH.com