Janie Louise Reynolds

Janie Louise Reynolds

Sept. 1951 ~ Aug. 2020

Janie Louise Reynolds

Sept. 1951 ~ Aug. 2020

Janie was born in Delano, California to Ottest and Lillian Bryan.  She graduated from Downey High School in 1968 and got married the next week to Don Reynolds.  She worked as a phlebotomist for Doctors Medical Center, Memorial Sutter Lab, Quest Diagnostics and Emanuel Medical Center.

She treasured being a grandmother and also enjoyed sewing, traveling, playing the keyboard and reading Christian books.  Janie also taught bible studies.

She is survived by her husband of 52 years Don Reynolds; children Melissa (Jerry) Swain, Christopher (Carla) Reynolds and Stephanie (Shawn) Martin; nine grandchildren, three step grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.

Services are planned for the week of September 7th and will be confirmed here soon.


  • DIane Ferrell August 29, 2020 11:05 pm

    Janie will be greatly missed! She was a beautiful lady inside and out. She loved her family and Jesus so very much. Heaven absolutely received an Angel when she arrived there. Love you Cousin!!!

  • Linda Utt (Richmond) August 29, 2020 11:24 pm

    Janie and the entire Reynolds family are like family to me. I will miss her so much. She is no longer suffering and is singing with the angels. She is praising the Lord. We will see her again along with my daddy and grandson Ryan. Love you all very much

  • Stephanie Martin August 29, 2020 11:32 pm

    My mom will be greatly miss. She was my best friend. She taught me so much in life. She was a very godly women.she always thought of other people first. Especially my Dad. There life was a love story. She was a wonderful mother. And will be missed. And she will always be in my heart. And never forgotten

  • Kimmie Barnett August 29, 2020 11:42 pm

    I’ve known the entire Reynolds family my whole life they are like family to me. I have so many good memories of Janie Reynolds she touched so many people if you knew her she made you feel special and loved she will be missed but never forgotten

  • Denise Haight August 29, 2020 11:44 pm

    This beautiful walking miracle will be missed. Her testimony was so amazing and gave Glory to the God we serve. I remember her leading worship playing the piano. I am rejoicing with her now that she is in Heaven walking the street of gold as a whole and healthy being! I am praying for the Swain, Martin and Reynolds families as they walk through this life without this beautiful woman of God by their side!

    Much love,
    Sister Denise Haight

  • Elizabeth Moore August 29, 2020 11:45 pm

    My grandmother will be greatly missed. She always knew how to put a smile on your face even on your hardest days. She was loving, caring, smart and beautiful! She filled the minds of her loved ones with great knowledge from life experiences to historical facts.

  • Kimberly Packham August 29, 2020 11:47 pm

    My aunt Janie and I had a special bond. She was one of a kind, always putting others before herself. Her and my uncle were always there for me. She was the kind of person you just loved to be around because she made you feel special. Myself, my husband, and my children will miss her greatly. Their is a special place in heaven for her I’m sure of that. She is forever in our hearts.

  • Penny Von Gunten August 30, 2020 12:09 am

    Sis Reynolds will be greatly missed. She was wonderful woman of God. You could always hear her saying amen in church to whoever happened to be preaching. I will miss her singing and piano playing.

  • Tonya Jilbert August 30, 2020 1:12 am

    Janie was a mother to me. I met her in 1978 and from day one she was the mother I never had. Janie I miss you so much. Your love for God and your family was like no other. I hope that you are rejoicing with your mom and dad. You love for Don was amazing. Please take care of my Zack for me until God calls me home. I love you.

  • Shelly Bristow (Grove) August 30, 2020 2:49 am

    The entire Reynolds family is like family to me. I have known them my whole entire life. When I married, she messaged me on Facebook and told me, “I approve, because you married a Bristow”. My in-laws knew Bro. & Sis. Reynolds as well and always spoke very highly of them. She will definitely be missed.

  • Leeola August 30, 2020 4:44 am

    What a beautiful legacy she leaves her family. A woman of Honor and a heart after God.
    My prayers and condolences go out to the entire family.
    Love and prayers
    The Banghart Family

  • Dave Peters August 30, 2020 4:51 am

    The first time I meet Janie was in 1985 when the Reynolds moved up to Ashland, Oregon and over the next 3 years grew to love them all as family. She will be greatly missed!

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