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Mr. Wilbur (Piggy) Reynolds
Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home Inc.
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Homegoing Celebration


Mr. Wilbur (Piggy) Reynolds

June 22, 1936~April 7, 2014

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Three O'clock p.m.
Good Hope Baptist Church

1142 Highway 162 S

Covington, Georgia 30016

Rev. E.J. Tomlinson, Pastor

Rev. Cal Hardy/Rev. Clara Lett, Eulogist

Assisted By Others



       Mr. Wilber (Piggy) Reynolds was born June 22, 1936 in Covington, Georgia, to the late Mr. & Mrs. Ben (Vera Bell Hamp) Reynolds Sr. He was preceded in death by his wife of thirty years, Mrs. Thelma N. Reynolds, four brothers; Mr. Horace J. Reynolds, Mr. Henry J. Reynolds, Mr. Calvin C. Reynolds and Mr. Ben Reynolds Jr.

       Piggy attended Washington Street High School in Covington, Georgia. He was a member of the Jehovah Witness Kingdom Hall and received a certificate to go out and spread the word of God to all who would listen. Later in life he started attending Baptist Churches until his health declined.

       Piggy loved nature, his family and his community. He had a great thirst for knowledge in history and government. He was often sought by family and friends for advice on government or politics.

      Piggy, as he was affectionately called was no stranger to hard work. He had several jobs as a farmer, laborer, Covington Police Officer,  Rock Quarry and he retired from Hanson Aggregate as a supervisor of equipments.

      On Monday, April 7, 2014, the gates of heaven opened wide to welcome him in the arms of the almighty.

      He leaves to cherish his memories three sister; Mr. & Mrs. Charles (Dora) Brown, Covington, Georgia, Mr. & Mrs. Alfred (Sweetie) Jones and Mrs. Nina B. Hardy, both of Atlanta, Georgia, special niece and nephew, Ms. Delores Reynolds and Mr. Willie (Dilly) Reynolds, a very special friend, Mr. Amos Johnson and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


                                                                           Flat Shoals Cemetery
                                                                                 Hwy 162 South
                                                                            Covington, Georgia

 Family and Friends
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The Reynolds family wishes to thank all our friends and neighbors for extending their words of kindness, prayers, telephone calls, visits, gifts and other acts of love which have been of considerable comfort to us during the illnes and passing of our love one. May God pour special blessings to those who worked diligently to assist him throughout his illness. The Reynolds family appreciate your labor of Love.

                                     The Family