George Robert McReynolds

George Robert McReynolds

George Robert McReynolds, 72, of Buffalo, MO, passed away on April 24, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. Born September 10, 1946 in Evansville, IN. Son of JB and Mildred McReynolds.

He was a 9-year veteran in the United States Army serving in the Vietnam War. He was a member of VFW Post 1114 in Evansville and VFW Post 4080 of Buffalo.

Survived by his wife of 13 years, Pamela McReynolds, of the home, Tony Glassford of Springfield, MO, Jamie Atkisson of Columbia, MD, 2 sons Hisel “Jay” McReynolds and his wife Nicole, and children Colin, Bram, Taylor, Carol, and Sophie. Kevin McReynolds, son Dustin and his wife Sherry, both from Evansville, IN, 2 daughters, Shawna Volk and Bill Gregory from Bolivar, MO. Her 2 sons Zach and his wife Alyssa, their 2 children Harper and Corland from Teller, IN. Darian Potts and Paige, their 2 children Daxton and Remi from Bolivar, MO. Sharon and Bob Neimier and their 2 children Megan and Alexis from Evansville, IN. His sisters Mary Grace and Jennie, brothers Paul and his wife Jackie, Jerry and his wife Betty. As well as a number of nieces and nephews.

He came to Missouri to visit his daughter and decided to stay. He fell in love with the country here.

We met online, emailing then we first met was a birthday party at the park for a friend of Shawna’s. Our favorite song was “I Will Always Love You” by Stevie Wonder. Traveling around together seeing the country and fishing. He enjoyed the scenery, and everything was new to him everywhere we went, and people would always compliment us when they saw us. He enjoyed fishing. Bolivar Landing, Pomme de Terre, and Feller’s Lake were among his favorites. We moved in with my parents and after they passed, we decided to stay there, later raising chickens, dogs and cats.

Preceded in death by his parents, his first wife, Carol. His brother Ray, and his sister Shirley.

Memorial services will be held at the VFW Post, 419 South Locust St. Buffalo, MO on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at 4 p.m.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the VFW Post of Buffalo, MO or the Carrie Babb cancer center in Bolivar, MO. Thank you.

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