July 17, 1930 – January 22, 2021
Services for Bobby “Bob” Scott Reynolds, 90, of Brownfield, TX will be held at 2 pm on Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at Brownfield Church of Christ. Bob will be in state for viewing Tuesday, January 26 from 10 AM – 8 PM at Brownfield Funeral Home.
Bob passed away January 22, 2021. Bob was born July 17, 1930 in Acuff, TX and was married to Charlene Barnes in 1948 until her death in 2016. He married Billie Strickland in 2017.
Bob attended Baylor University, David Lipscomb College, Abilene Christian University and received his BS and master’s degree from Texas Tech University in 1971. Bob lived his life as a true servant of the Lord. He was a Minister to Churches of Christ starting in 1954 at Bethel Southport, TN. From there his mission took him to Rosebank, and Nashville TN, Cedar City, UT, then to Meadow TX, Monterey Church of Christ in Lubbock, and Cactus Drive in and Levelland, TX.
Bob preached at gospel meetings in several states, Canada, England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Switzerland. In 1975 he began his ministry at the Brownfield Church of Christ in Brownfield, TX. Many still remember Bob’s radio program, “Better Day”, which ran for 15 years, and his weekly article, “Reynolds’ Rap”. Bob continued to stop by the church office to check in, get any news and help out in any way he could.
Bob served for many years on the Board of Camp Blue Haven and he loved staying at the camp in the summer to teach camp sessions. Bob was a staunch supporter of the Brownfield Church of Christ’s “Thursday School” from 1981 to 2019. Bob was a faithful servant to the New Life Behavior Ministries sharing the gospel with inmates. Bob also hosted weekly CASA classes since 2002.
Bob is survived by his wife Billie Reynolds, daughter Sue and husband, Johnny Williamson, his son Scott Reynolds, and grandchildren; Kim Breton, Becca Navarro, Kristin Bowman, Keetha Lucero, Brandi Hogan, Meagan Carpenter, Eric Reynolds and Chandler Bauer, and 19 great grandchildren that brought Bob great joy. Bob is preceded in death by his parents, his wife Charlene, and his daughter, Shirley Ellison.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to: Blue Haven Youth Camp, Inc., Southlake, TX or to the Children’s Home of Lubbock, Lubbock, TX