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Linda Lee (Street) Reynolds

April 5, 1955 ~ May 17, 2019 (age 64)

Ms. Linda L. Reynolds graced our world on April 5,1955 and she returned to God on May 17, 2019. She was born to William A. Sr and Mary E. Reynolds in Mount Sterling, KY. Their young family later relocated to Dayton, OH where Linda was a lifelong resident.

Linda attended Roosevelt High School, and at the young age of 18, she began fulfilling what she knew to be her purpose here on earth, being a mother. She believes in the idea of generational advancement, and that if her children are able to lead lives of a higher quality, she has completed her primary earthly mission in the eyes of God.

Along with being a loving mother, Linda is a child of God and loves researching spirituality. Some of her favorite past times include spending time with her family, reading, and indulging in classic TV shows; The Waltons and Little House on The Prairie being two of her favorites. In recent years, she’s spent more time than ever traveling to various parts of the US and even cruised oversees with her daughters and nieces. Enjoying delicious foods is a true delight for her and she would text and call her children religiously. In both her immediate and extended families, she is loved by many as our favorite Baker and Chef, a gift she inherited from her mother.

She is preceded in death by her parents; and younger brother, David Reynolds.

Keeping her spirit alive are her brothers, Wayne D. Sr. (Lety), William A. Jr. and James H. Reynolds; sisters, Roxanne (Willie) Jenkins, Deborah Tucker, and Anna M. Reynolds; nieces and nephews, Yolanda A. Jenkins- (Timothy) Latta, Willie  L. Jr., David A., Mycheal J. and Ashley N. Jenkins, James A. and Kenya R. Tucker, George Reynolds, Marbina A. Reynolds-Moore, Wayne D. Jr. and Pablo Reynolds.

Continuing her legacy, her sons, Dwight L. Reynolds, and Eugene T. L. Street; daughters, Tamekia S. Reynolds-Moon, Zaneta D. Street (Devin A. Thomas), Elisha R. Street (Keith E. Maxwell); beautiful new grandson whom she adores, Jak T. Maxwell; former spouse and lifelong friend, Ronald L. Street; a host of great nieces and nephews, and friends. 

Linda, you are our Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Aunt, and Friend. We love you, and we are going to miss your beautiful earthly presence dearly. And of course, that infamous banana pudding we devoured at every family gathering!

We love you to infinity and beyond.

Memorial service 12 noon Saturday, June 1, 2019 at the House of Wheat Funeral Home, Inc., 2107 N. Gettysburg Ave. Calling hour 11:30 am at which time family will receive friends.

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