Dolores Ann Reynolds

Dolores Ann Reynolds

Dolores Ann Archer Dillon Reynolds, 92, loving Mother, Sister, Aunt, Grandmother, Great-Grandmother, and Great-Great-Grandmother gained her angel wings on November 22, 2022. Dolores was born May 18, 1930, and was preceded in death by her parents, Johnny and Ruby Archer, her husband, Raymond Reynolds, and a son, John Michael Dillon.

Dolores is survived by her sister, Linda Archer Wood, and husband Steve, daughter, Cindy Dillon, and her sons Denny Dillon and wife Melody, Rex Reynolds and wife Tammy, and Sam Reynolds and wife Julia. Daughter-in-law’s, Deborah Dillon and Vicky Reynolds remained close to her.  She was the proud grandmother of Him Bob Jennings, Tammy Steinert, Dustin Dillon, Dawn Dillon, Michael Dillon, Josh Reynolds, Holly Reynolds, Jeremy Reynolds, Adam Reynolds, Shane Reynolds, and Aaron Lynch. Her legacy also includes the following great-grandchildren: Parker, Samantha, Birkleigh, James, Justin Christian, Bryan, Tanner, Tyler, Gentry, Chesna, Anna, Chance, Cassidy, Cole, Chloe, Coy, Kinsley, Ava, and Jude.  Great-great-grandchildren are Abigail and Alexander.  She had to many friends to name them all but the family would especially like to acknowledge Ann Cook for her dear friendship.

Dolores worked  very hard all of her life at the City of Amarillo, Heartly County, Randall Count, Dr. Brooker’s Office, United Market Street, and as Avon and Mary Kay Representative. In these many jobs, she worked on her steady feet in jobs ranging from cook and waitress to crossing guard and jailer.  She lived to share her stories of living through the Great Depression, a World War, and many, many tales like learning to fly an airplane as a teenager and delivering a grandson in the back of an ambulance.  her greatest passion and favorite job was to be the best mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother.  she was a queen to us all and will be terribly missed.

Graveside service will be at Dreamland Cemetery, Canyon, TX.  Service date is pending at this time.


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