Elizabeth Reynolds Obituary, Death – Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds, age 81, from Oakfield, New York, died away in a calm and serene manner on Wednesday, January 11, 2023, at the Willson Hospice House in Albany, New York. On Tuesday, January 17, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., funeral services will be held in the chapel of Hall and Hall Funeral Home. The Reverend Matt Harrell will preside over the ceremony. Following the conclusion of the service, she will be laid to rest in Riverside Cemetery next to her husband.
On Monday, January 16, 2023, the Hall and Hall Funeral Home will be open for visitation beginning at six o’clock in the evening and continuing until eight o’clock in the evening. She was the daughter of Samuel Dale Ormsby and Edith Gaerte Booth, both of whom passed away before her birth on June 6, 1941 in Shoshone, Idaho. Mrs. Reynolds is now enjoying her retirement after working for many years as a clerk for the City of Albany. She was a devout follower of Christianity, and before her husband passed away, she and her daughter had the satisfaction of performing in a gospel group together.
She filled her spare time with fun activities like assembling diamond puzzles and tending to her garden. She was adored in her roles as a mother, grandmother, sister, and friend, and she will be missed by everyone. She was predeceased in death by her husband, Reverend Joe Reynolds, Sr., her son Christopher Keith Cyr, and her daughter Tammy Evers, in addition to her parents. Her parents had passed away before her.
Those who are left to cherish her memory are her stepdaughter, Jody Price and her husband Daniel of Worth County; her stepsons Lee Reynolds and Crystal of Albany and Wade Reynolds and Angie of Leesburg; her stepdaughter, Jody Price and her husband Daniel of Worth County; her sister, Geraldine Jardine of Montgomery, AL; and a large number of grandchildren and great grandchildren whom she adored very much. Elizabeth is left by her five children, her sister Joyce, with whom she shared a very special bond, as well as her brothers Donald, Richard, and Gary. She will be greatly missed.