Barry Hine Reynolds

Born: 05/31/1933 Passed:

Barry Hine Reynolds, age 86 and longtime resident of Hudson, Ohio passed away peacefully surrounded by his family, due to complications of Alzheimer’s on Friday, February 14, 2020.

Barry was the beloved son of the late Douglas and Nora Reynolds, brother to Bruce Reynolds of Parma, Ohio and the late David Reynolds of Mentor, Ohio; devoted husband of 55 years to the late Mary Lynn Reynolds; loving father of Barry Thomas “Tom” (Sheryl) Reynolds, Jeffrey Lee (Kate) Reynolds and Sarah (David Paul Jr.) Reynolds Folmar; cherished grandfather (Papa) of Ashley, Taylor, Maximus and Samson Reynolds, Wesley and Anna Folmar.

After serving in the US Army, Barry received his Bachelor’s degree from Kent State University and a Master’s Degree from Baldwin Wallace University. Barry then went on to be a high school teacher for over 33 years at Solon City Schools. He was a devout Christian who loved his family dearly and lived his life to let others see Jesus in him. He was an avid outdoors-man who loved running, biking, hiking and especially walking to town. On his walks into town, he was always seen with a friendly wave and a smile while enjoying his outdoor time.

A Private Memorial Service to celebrate Barry’s life will be held at 11:00AM, Saturday, February 22, 2020 at the First Congregational Church of Hudson, 47 Aurora St., Hudson, Ohio.

Condolences and special memories may be shared with the family online at

Heritage Cremation Society



5 Tributes to Barry Hine Reynolds

  1. Richard " Dick " Starr says:

    ” Boston Barry “: I will always remeber you running in front of my house or me running in front of yours. When you told me of your exploits running in the Boston Marathon it allowed me to give you tour nickname. I always remember how you cared for your wife too as she became disabled. Your smile and conversation as we talked will be missed. Rest in peace my friend. you ran the lap of life like a true pro. My condolences to your family. Dick Starr-Hudson, Ohio

  2. Skip & Lara Rardin says:

    Tom, Jeff, and Sarah so sorry to hear about the loss of your father. I always enjoyed talking with your father during our workouts in the weight room. As you know, he never had a bad word to say about anyone. He did live his life to it’s fullest, and I know he cared so much about all of you. He’s reunited again with your mother which is a wonderful thing. May God Bless you all, and peace be with you always. Rest in peace Barry!

  3. Jeff Aker (retired Solon HS teacher and Hudson resident) says:

    To the Reynolds family…
    I started teaching at Solon High School in the late 1970’s and Barry was one of the first people I met there. From that day forward, throughout my teaching career there, and as a fellow Hudson resident I don’t think I ever had an encounter with Barry where he didn’t have a smile of his face and a positive attitude about whatever it was we were talking about. Please accept my prayers for all of you.

  4. John and Cheryl Beyer says:

    Tom, I was sorry to see that your Dad passed away. We enjoyed talking with him at Ashley and Taylor’s (and my daughter Grace’s) soccer games. He was a very nice man and I’m sure he will be missed.

  5. Cassie and Frank Perrotta says:

    Jeff, Sarah, and Tom, Cassie and I were sorry to read of your father’s passing. As Elm Street residents, we enjoyed visiting with Mary Lynn and Barry. Barry was always enjoyable to talk with and a nice person. And now he is back with the love of his life, your mom. Cassie and Frank Perrotta

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