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Descendants of AUBREY WILSON REYNOLDS And BILLIE ANN GRAFF
AUBREY WILSON REYNOLDS7 (AUBREY EDWARD6, LEONIDAS ERASMUS5, LEONIDAS BASCOM4, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY2, FATHER1) was born in Union City, Pa.. He married BILLIE ANN GRAFF November 25, 1970 in Hot Springs, AR., Lakeview Assembly of God, daughter of BENJAMIN GRAFF and BILLIE. She was born in Hot Springs, Arkansas. The children of AUBREY REYNOLDS and BILLIE GRAFF are:
1.MATTHEW TYNNE8 REYNOLDS (AUBREY WILSON7, AUBREY EDWARD6, LEONIDAS ERASMUS5, LEONIDAS BASCOM4, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY HARTWELL2, HENRY1) was born 1973 in Benton, Arkansas. He married JULIE ANNETTE LIPE in The Church of God of Athens, Alabama,
She was born Jun 1973 daughter of MICHAEL E. LIPE.
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Marriage: Church of God, Athens, Alabama
Married By: Reverend Aubrey Wilson Reynolds
Children of MATTHEW REYNOLDS and JULIE LIPE are:
i. ALLISON Grace REYNOLDS, b.2005, Baton Rouge, La..
ii. KAITIN FAITH REYNOLDS, b. 2005, Baton Rouge, La..
2. DAVID LOYD8 REYNOLDS (AUBREY WILSON7, AUBREY EDWARD6, LEONIDAS ERASMUS5, LEONIDAS BASCOM4, HARTWELL STAIN3, HENRY 2, HENRY1) was born Jun 1977 in Benton, Arkansas. He married SHALON ZINK 28 Jul 2001 in First Methodist Church Metford, OK.. She was born 1977.
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More About DAVID REYNOLDS and SHALON ZINK:
Marriage: 28 Jul 2001, First Methodist Church Metford, Oklahoma
Child of DAVID REYNOLDS and SHALON ZINK is:
i. BENJAMIN ISAACS9 REYNOLDS, b. 2008, Tuttle, Oklahoma.
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Bill Reynolds first attended Arkansas Polytechnic College at Russellville,
Arkansas. After leaving A P C he completed his education graduating from the University of Arkansas
with a degree in
chemical engineering. He also has a degree in education in the field of teaching
from The University of Monticello, located in Arkansas.
Bill is a pastor and church builder. He has served in the mission field in Jamaica, where he helped establish The Mandeville Church of God . He has also served as an assistant to the pastor (Gary Kennedy) for the Grape Chapel Church of God in Benton, Arkansas, served as pastor of the Smith Chapel Church of God in Kingsland, Arkansas, also served as Pastor for the Athens Church of God in Athens, Alabama. While there he supervised the building and planning of a new sanctuary, and fellowship hall that was completed during his term as pastor. He pastured the North Western Church of God located at Fayetteville, AR. The church at Fayetteville was organized under the leadership of pastor Reynolds and the congregation recently moved into new sanctuary located in Bentonville, AR. On completion of the move the church was renamed, The Sonbridge Church of God of Bentonville, AR.,
(Note: Sonbridge Church of God has recently moved to a new location in Rogers, Arkansas where the congregations can better serve the needs of communities there.) Updated April 2008
Bill was formerly employed as an engineer for the architectural firm of P B Architectures & Engineering, Perry Butcher and Associates located in Roger, Arkansas. Perry L . Butcher & Associates has grown from a two man firm in 1963 to one of the largest firms in northwestern Arkansas. The firm has won several architectural awards from Wal-Mart Stores for excellence in providing planning and development of their stores. He passed his professional engineering test for chemical engineering on October 24, 2003 and received his license in December. 2003. This qualifies Bill to certify the architectural prints of other engineers that are working under his supervision. He was recently promoted to Vice President of Engineering and is currently certify to practice engineering in 26 states.
(Note; Bill Reynolds is the owner of a sustainable development company, consulting firm that works within the framework of environmental usage, economic and social sustainability. His company works to identify patterns of resource use that aims to meet human needs while preserving the natural environment so that these needs can be met not only in the present, but in the indefinite future. The firm works with other companies and industry to become more profitable in usage of natural resources.) Updated April 2008
Bill formerly worked for Benchmark Group, one of the largest architecture and engineering providers in Arkansas that demonstrates an excellent record of serving local, national, and international clients. located in Rogers, Arkansas.
While living in Athens, Alabama, he served as president of the Rock & Mineral Society and has written several articles on the subject. Bill recently took a 10 day trip to Mandeville, Jamaica to preach a revival, leaving November 1, 2003 with his wife Billie Ann. The revival lasted 14 days and part was nationally televised. It received a good response by those that wanted to receive Christ. The Church of God of Mandeville has grown since Bill first helped established the church. It now has a Christian school with over 120 students and a dormitory training institute. Twenty-seven of the students are currently training for the ministry.
Bill and Billie Ann Reynolds
Bill Reynolds is the interim Pastor of Grape Chapel located at 100 Hwy 298, Benton, AR 72019
Mrs. Billie Ann Graff is a graduate of Lafargue High School, Effie, Louisiana and attended the Delta Business College in Alexander, Louisiana. While living in Athens she was employed by Taco Bell as a bookkeeper with the responsibly of helping to keep track of the records for several stores located there in the city.
Billie Ann has been a help mate to her husband for 33 years. She has been a dedicated worker in their ministry throughout the years by working with the youth and being active in the music ministry. She has helped raise their two sons to be fine young men, which is truly a blessing for any family. She is a witness to many people for her dedication and love shown for the Lord and for her family.
Billie Ann has for the past few years taken herself out of the public workforce and is devoting her time to making jewelry. She is a craftsman at beading necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Her own personal touch of adding gemstones and rocks, found and polished by Bill and herself, make her jewelry unique and one-of-a-kind.
Written by Deborah Reynolds 2003
The following article appeared in The Sentinel Record
Miss Billie Ann Graff and Aubrey Wilson Reynolds were united in marriage Wednesday morning, November 25. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Graff of Mena, AR and he is the son of Mrs. Clara Reynolds, 480 Central Avenue and the late Aubrey E. Reynolds.
The double-ring ceremony was performed by Reverend Earl. Teeter in the Lakeview Assembly of God Church before an altar decorated with mums and chrysanthemums in lilac and pink. Brass candelabra entwined with greenery and holding white tapers flanked the scene. Attending the couple were Misses Candy Graff and Bonnie Lee Reynolds, Robert E. Reynolds and Bruce E. Reed.
A reception followed in Fellowship Hall where Mrs. Darlene R. Roberson and Miss Pamela Reed served guest fruit punch and three-tiered wedding cake.
Hot Springs News, October 29, 1970, page 8A
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Graff of Mena announce the engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter, Billie Ann, to Aubrey Wilson Reynolds, son of Mrs.
Clara B. Reynolds and the late Aubrey Edward Reynolds of Hot Springs.
The bride-elect is a graduate of LaFargue High School in Effie, La., and she attended Delta Business College in Alexandria, La.
Mr. Reynolds is a graduate of Hot Springs High School and is currently a senior at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where he is majoring in chemical engineering.
The wedding will be solemnized Nov. 25, at the Lakeview Assembly of God Church in hot Springs.
Picture of the destruction of the Reynolds Dairy
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