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Celebrating the life of
Lombard Morgan Reynolds
Passed away on September 12, 2019
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Graveside Service
  • 11:00 a.m. - Tuesday, September 17, 2019
  • Greenwich Section of Bonaventure Cemetery
  • 300 Greenwich Rd. (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31404

I extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to all of you with the passing of Lombard. She was such a lovely lady that I had the pleasure of knowing. God bless.

Carolyn Sheehan, Tybee Island, GA

I will always revere Lombard for her extraordinary loveliness and kindness and her cherished friendship with my sister. Roderick Guerry

Roderick Guerry, Savannah and Black Mountain, North Carolina , Georgia

Allan & Bev, Lombard & Everett- I want you to know how saddened we were to hear of your mom's passing. She seemed so spry at my mom's funeral earlier in the summer, and of course with the ever present 'Lombard' smile. Now she's joined so many of her old friends, I'm sure there's a party going on in heaven now! We will all miss her.

Stephen Lee, Decatur, Ga

I am a childhood friend of Lombard’s So very sorry for your loss

Kay Bart, Savannah, Ga

Whoever said I-16 was boring never had the opportunity to drive Lombard Reynolds to and from Atlanta! Over the past 8 years the conversations and the stories we shared were remarkable. I am thankful for our all our hours together and the fact that you did not suffer. Little Allan and Sis, does this mean I have to give back her credit card and key to her SUV? The Good Lord gave to us Lombard Morgan Reynolds, the Good Lord took from us Lombard Morgan Reynolds, Blessed be the name of the Lord forever. Affectionately, Harvey Rosenzweig

Harvey Rosenzweig, Savannah, GA

Mr and Mrs. W. Harry Swicord

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Lombard Morgan Reynolds passed away peacefully on September 12th, 2019 surrounded by her loving family. She was born in Savannah, GA on September 8th, 1934 to Horace Henry Morgan and Lombard Shafer Morgan. She attended The Pape School and graduated from Savannah High School. After high school, she attended and graduated from Briarcliff College in Bronxville, NY. She married Louis Allan Reynolds in 1956. They moved to Atlanta where she worked for the Coca Cola Company. Several years later, they moved back to Savannah and she was employed by Union Camp.

Lombard was presented as a debutante at the 1953 Christmas Cotillion. She was a member of the Junior League of Savannah. She was a faithful communicate member of St. John’s Episcopal Church serving as Treasurer of the Chancel Society and Annual Bazaar for many years. She also served on the Episcopal Youth and Children Services Board.

Perhaps Lombard is best known for hosting, along with her husband, Allan, a fabulous Christmas Day Party at their home following a long tradition that started with her mother. An avid bridge player, she particularly enjoyed playing with friends in different bridge groups over the years.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Louis Allan Reynolds, her sister, Julia Klein Morgan, and her aunt, Helen Rubye Shafer.

She is survived by her son, Louis Allan Reynolds, Jr. and his wife Beverley, her daughter, Lombard Reynolds Puri and her husband, Everett, her grandchildren, Thomas Everett Puri and Allan Reynolds Puri. She is also survived by her cousin, Ann Morgan Altman.

A graveside service will be held on Tuesday, September 17th at 11:00am at Greenwich Cemetery. A reception will follow at The Oglethorpe Club.

Remembrances may be made to St. John’s Church, 1 West Macon Street, Savannah, GA 31401.

 

 

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I extend my deepest sympathy and condolences to all of you with the passing of Lombard. She was such a lovely lady that I had the pleasure of knowing. God bless.

Carolyn Sheehan, Tybee Island, GA

I will always revere Lombard for her extraordinary loveliness and kindness and her cherished friendship with my sister. Roderick Guerry

Roderick Guerry, Savannah and Black Mountain, North Carolina , Georgia

Allan & Bev, Lombard & Everett- I want you to know how saddened we were to hear of your mom's passing. She seemed so spry at my mom's funeral earlier in the summer, and of course with the ever present 'Lombard' smile. Now she's joined so many of her old friends, I'm sure there's a party going on in heaven now! We will all miss her.

Stephen Lee, Decatur, Ga

I am a childhood friend of Lombard’s So very sorry for your loss

Kay Bart, Savannah, Ga

Whoever said I-16 was boring never had the opportunity to drive Lombard Reynolds to and from Atlanta! Over the past 8 years the conversations and the stories we shared were remarkable. I am thankful for our all our hours together and the fact that you did not suffer. Little Allan and Sis, does this mean I have to give back her credit card and key to her SUV? The Good Lord gave to us Lombard Morgan Reynolds, the Good Lord took from us Lombard Morgan Reynolds, Blessed be the name of the Lord forever. Affectionately, Harvey Rosenzweig

Harvey Rosenzweig, Savannah, GA

Mr and Mrs. W. Harry Swicord

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