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Robert Francis Reynolds

April 23, 1930 - May 4, 2023

Robert Francis Reynolds Obituary

Obituary for Robert F. Reynolds Robert (Bob) Francis Reynolds passed away peacefully on May 4, 2023, almost three weeks after his beloved wife of 72 years, Adeline, died. He was 93 years old and was unable to live without her. Robert was born on April 23, 1930, in New Canaan, Connecticut to Robert F. and Hazel (Raymond) Reynolds. He grew up in a loving home along with his siblings, Shirley and Richard, until the death of his mother when he was twelve. From an early age, Bob exemplified resilience through his strong work ethic and ability to persevere in hard times. Bob was a natural athlete and excelled in any sport that he played, including football, baseball, basketball, skiing, and ice skating. As a child, he was a member of the National Audubon Society and enjoyed birdwatching his entire life. When Bob was a young man, he met Adeline (Testa) at a dance where he summoned up the courage to ask her to dance. Their love story began, and they married on November 26th, 1950, at the Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Mount Kisco. Bob and Adeline raised their family and grew their business, Reynolds Tree Service, in Mount Kisco. He had a reputation as a skilled arborist serving Mount Kisco and surrounding towns. Always adventurous, Bob and Adeline, while in retirement, owned and operated the Galli-Curci Movie Theater and antique shop in Margaretville, NY. However, there was always time to stop at the Bun n Cone for a soft-serve ice cream to enjoy together. They traveled across the United States and spent winters in Key Largo, Florida, where they always opened their home to family and friends who needed some of their sunshine. They enjoyed going out on their boat, fishing, and shrimping at night. In his 70s, Bob discovered a love for golf, and played often. His hole-in-one at James Baird Golf Course was a wonderful memory. Bob and Adeline danced when they first met and continued to have a passion for dancing together throughout the decades. Their favorite song to dance to was Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino. He is survived by three of his children; Karen Martino (John), Kim Antoniou (Louis) and David Reynolds (Allie). He is also survived by his twelve grandchildren: Jennifer Sheridan (Paul), David Martino (Caitlyn), John Martino (Arieli), Stephen Martino (Jessica), Robert Reynolds (Cathy), Jacob Reynolds (Jill), Nikos Antoniou, Robert Antoniou (Yuliya), Daniel Antoniou (Lindsey), Margarita Patatinis (Marios), Adeline Raveica (Timotei) and Theana Mees (Garrett). Lastly, he is survived by twenty-four great grandchildren: Hazel, David, Noah, Violet, Bruce, Elaina, Haven, Kosta, John, Joseph, Vasili, Troy, Jack, Louis, Niko, Valentina, Callie, Katy, Sofia, Charlotte, Sophia, Kaleb and Viktor. Bob was predeceased by Adeline, his loving wife, Robert F. Reynolds (son), Robert F. and Hazel (Raymond) Reynolds (parents), Shirley Tchir (sister), and Richard Reynolds (brother). Bob/Dad/Poppi will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor, generosity, and eternal love for his wife and family. As the patriarch of a large and loving family, he will be greatly missed. His beautiful life and the legacy he left behind will be celebrated. Family & friends are invited to Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Directors 288 East Main Street Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 on Wednesday May 10, 2023 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm with a Celebration of Life Service at 3:15pm interment will be private Celebration of Life Wednesday, May 10, 2023 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Directors 288 East Main Street Mount Kisco, New York 10549

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Obituary for Robert F. Reynolds Robert (Bob) Francis Reynolds passed away peacefully on May 4, 2023, almost three weeks after his beloved wife of 72 years, Adeline, died. He was 93 years old and was unable to live without her. Robert was born on April 23, 1930, in New Canaan, Connecticut to Robert F. and Hazel (Raymond) Reynolds. He grew up in a loving home along with his siblings, Shirley and Richard, until the death of his mother when he was twelve. From an early age, Bob exemplified resilience through his strong work ethic and ability to persevere in hard times. Bob was a natural athlete and excelled in any sport that he played, including football, baseball, basketball, skiing, and ice skating. As a child, he was a member of the National Audubon Society and enjoyed birdwatching his entire life. When Bob was a young man, he met Adeline (Testa) at a dance where he summoned up the courage to ask her to dance. Their love story began, and they married on November 26th, 1950, at the Church of St. Francis of Assisi in Mount Kisco. Bob and Adeline raised their family and grew their business, Reynolds Tree Service, in Mount Kisco. He had a reputation as a skilled arborist serving Mount Kisco and surrounding towns. Always adventurous, Bob and Adeline, while in retirement, owned and operated the Galli-Curci Movie Theater and antique shop in Margaretville, NY. However, there was always time to stop at the Bun n Cone for a soft-serve ice cream to enjoy together. They traveled across the United States and spent winters in Key Largo, Florida, where they always opened their home to family and friends who needed some of their sunshine. They enjoyed going out on their boat, fishing, and shrimping at night. In his 70s, Bob discovered a love for golf, and played often. His hole-in-one at James Baird Golf Course was a wonderful memory. Bob and Adeline danced when they first met and continued to have a passion for dancing together throughout the decades. Their favorite song to dance to was Blueberry Hill by Fats Domino. He is survived by three of his children; Karen Martino (John), Kim Antoniou (Louis) and David Reynolds (Allie). He is also survived by his twelve grandchildren: Jennifer Sheridan (Paul), David Martino (Caitlyn), John Martino (Arieli), Stephen Martino (Jessica), Robert Reynolds (Cathy), Jacob Reynolds (Jill), Nikos Antoniou, Robert Antoniou (Yuliya), Daniel Antoniou (Lindsey), Margarita Patatinis (Marios), Adeline Raveica (Timotei) and Theana Mees (Garrett). Lastly, he is survived by twenty-four great grandchildren: Hazel, David, Noah, Violet, Bruce, Elaina, Haven, Kosta, John, Joseph, Vasili, Troy, Jack, Louis, Niko, Valentina, Callie, Katy, Sofia, Charlotte, Sophia, Kaleb and Viktor. Bob was predeceased by Adeline, his loving wife, Robert F. Reynolds (son), Robert F. and Hazel (Raymond) Reynolds (parents), Shirley Tchir (sister), and Richard Reynolds (brother). Bob/Dad/Poppi will be remembered for his wonderful sense of humor, generosity, and eternal love for his wife and family. As the patriarch of a large and loving family, he will be greatly missed. His beautiful life and the legacy he left behind will be celebrated. Family & friends are invited to Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Directors 288 East Main Street Mt. Kisco, NY 10549 on Wednesday May 10, 2023 from 1:00pm to 4:00pm with a Celebration of Life Service at 3:15pm interment will be private Celebration of Life Wednesday, May 10, 2023 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Cassidy-Flynn Funeral Directors 288 East Main Street Mount Kisco, New York 10549

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