Robert B. Reynolds |

Robert B. Reynolds

Robert B. Reynolds, M.D., died Nov. 4, 2006, at the hospice unit of Northern Colorado Medical Center. He was born Nov. 8, 1922, in Fenchow, China, of American Missionary parents. The Reynolds family returned to the United States in 1935. Bob attended Glenbar High School in the Chicago suburbs, receiving a degree in chemistry from Carlton College in 1944. Bob attended Harvard Medical School in Boston, doing his first year as an intern at the University Hospitals of Chicago as a surgeon, before deciding his love for the field of psychiatry. Bob served as a captain in the Army, stationed in Munich, Germany, for two years during the Korean War. Bob married Jo Reynolds Feb. 10, 1951, and settled into private practice as a psychiatrist in St. Louis, Mo., for 40 years. They vacationed in the valley, and loved it so much they decided to retire in 1995 to Swiss Village near Redstone, where Bob served as the HOA president for four years, successfully negotiating new water rights for the village. He was a longtime resident of Heritage Park Care Center of Carbondale, and later Life Care Center of Greeley.Bob is survived by daughter Patricia; son-in-law Norman; daughter Katheryn; son Robert Jr.; daughter-in-law Carol; grandchildren Brian, Marissa and her husband Randy, Hollie, and Robert N.; step-grandson Chris and his wife Heather; and great-grandchildren Anthony, Jonathan, Averie Rose and Lacee. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Farnum-Holt Funeral Home Chapel in Glenwood Springs, with a graveside memorial to follow at Rosebud Cemetery in Glenwood Springs. Farnum-Holt Funeral Home has been entrusted with the local arrangements.

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