Paula L. Reynolds

Born: 08/06/1973 Passed:

Paula L. Reynolds of Uhrichsville passed away on the morning of July 15th, 2021 at home after her long battle with cancer. Paula was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on August 6th, 1973 to Penelope Peoples and the late Pat Halchuck. Paula loved to go camping, hiking, and fishing; and she loved karaoke and animals. Paula married James Reynolds on the first day of Summer on June 21st, 2003.

Paula was preceded in death by her dad, Pat Darwin Halchuck; step-mother, Marcia Halchuck; sister, Patricia Halchuck Snyder; brother-in-law, Johnny Reynolds; paternal and maternal grandparents; and fur babies, Sting, Shania, and Lady.

Paula is survived by her husband, James Reynolds; step-son, Dominic (Bri) Reynolds; daughter, Patricia (Nick) Rypien; sisters, Tammy (Bob) Bowling and Lisa (Alex) Samaniego; step-brother John (Christie) Peoples; brothers-in-law, Matt (Tiffany) Reynolds, Mike Reynolds and Angle Mahan, and Billie (Audrey) Reynolds; sister-in-law, Mella (Denzel) Hoover; mother, Penelope (Chester) Peoples; mother-in-law, Pamela Gray; father-in-law, Doug (Shirley) Reynolds; and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends.

No funeral or calling hours will be held. The family will be celebrating Paula’s memory at a private family dinner at a later date. The family would like to thank the staff at Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County for their support and care of Paula as she made her journey home.

Condolences and special memories can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society

330.875.5770

 

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2 Tributes to Paula L. Reynolds

  1. Teresa says:

    Paula was one of the kindest and sweetest ladies I’ve ever met, She had a heart of gold????I remember telling my husband about these ppl walking a skunk and not too long after that my son brings her to our house to meet her and her daughter Patty????R.I.P. Paula, Sending love and Prayers Jimmie and Patty❤️

  2. Tiffany "Latimer" Finley says:

    I met Paula years ago growing up in a small little town where we attended school together. Her laughter and witty attitude always made me smile. Over the years growing up, moving away and having our own families we stayed in touch. But every time we spoke we would recall all the laughs, tears and support we held for each other. I will never forget the amount of time we spent listening to Richard Marx’s songs and the bond we had as friends. I will truly miss her but will never forget her! Fly High dear, I love ya!!

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