Thomas J. (Tim) Reynolds of Johns Creek, Georgia passed away on Monday , July 3,2017. Tim was 59 years old. He was born in Minneapolis MN to parents Thomas and Patricia Reynolds. Tim graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration. While working his way through college, Tim served in the Doraville police department. Upon leaving the police department, Tim joined Peach State Truck Centers, a commercial truck dealership founded by his father, Tom Reynolds. During his 32 year career, Tim served in many capacities within the dealership culminating in becoming a partner/owner with his brother Rick. In addition to his role at Peach State, Tim faithfully served on the Ford Dealer Council and Ford Commercial Truck Advisory Boards. Also, he was a member of the Georgia Automobile Dealers Association board of directors representing the commercial truck dealers. Tim was a successful Restuarant entrepreneur having operated and sold several local restaurants. Tim was an active member of the Atlanta Court Royal Order of Jesters, including serving as Director in 2008. Tim was an active member and worshiped and served at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church , Duluth Georgia. Tim was a member of the Board of Advisors for the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory University Most of all Tim enjoyed being with his friends, whether at the family farm, golfing , at the pool or lake or just together at home. Tim considered all his friends a gift from God. Tim was preceded in death by this parents, Thomas B and Patricia R Reynolds. He is survived by his brother, Rick( Suzanne) Reynolds, and sister Ann ( Doug) Crouse. Nephews Burke Reynolds , Nicholas Crouse and niece Caroline Reynolds. Additionally endearing friend Doreen Wotocek. In lieu of Flowers, the family requests memorials be directed to the Patricia R. Reynolds Endowment for Sarcoma Research at Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. The address is Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, 1762 Clifton Rd. Suite 1400 Atlanta Ga 30322. We will celebrate Tim's life with a worship service on Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 2 PM eastern time. The service will be held at Pleasant Hill Presbyterian Church located at 3700 Pleasant Hill Road, Duluth, GA 30096. Phone 770-497-0233. The family will receive friends at a reception at the Atlanta Athletic Club immediately after the service. The address for the Atlanta Athletic Club is 1930 Bobby Jones Dr., Johns Creek Ga 30097. Phone 770-448-2166.

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  1. I am very saddened to hear of Tim’s passing. Such a nice guy. I will remember him as a good Man and Friend.

  2. Larry Smith and I are saddened to hear this. Larry has know Tim for 30 years and Tim actually got us together 21 years ago at Manuel’s Tavern at Stone Mountain. It’s been a few years since we Him, but kept in contact via social media. Tim was always such a gentleman and genuinely nice man. Our condolences to his loved ones.
    Sincerely,
    Linda Vaughn
    Lexington, Ky

  3. A GREAT FORD DEALER AND A TRUE HEAVY TRUCK DEALER!! ONE OF THE FEW LEFT.

    HIS KNOWLEDGE AT THE FORD COMMERCIAL TRUCK ADVISORY GROUP WILL BE MISSED!!

    MARC MCEVER
    OLATHE FORD

  4. We are so sorry to hear of Tim’s passing. We did not know him well but he always had a great big smile.

  5. Tim was one of our greatest friends ever, he was a friend who was selfless and was always looking for ways he could help his friends. His fry were an extension of his family. From his Christmas Eve gatherings to his masters parties to his 4th of July celebrations at the farm. He was a true friend, someone you could call in the middle of the night and he would be there if needed. We were so fortunate to be a prat of Tim and Doreen’s life, we are so sad for his loss, the world lost such acwonderful person and we are so sad for the loss of a great person.

  6. Tim was a,great friend and business partner .We spent many hours together selling Ford medium and heavy duty trucks. I will miss him deeply.

  7. Tim was a fun loving and sincere man! He will be missed by many! I know that being with him as a Jester provided many wonderful memories.

  8. Tim was a great guy. I knew him as a family friend and he was always a good host. From spending time at his farm and house on the 4th of July and the many gatherings at the pool – he was always laughing with the people around him. I looked up to him business wise from our few talks about making the right choices and development for the future.

    I know Tim will be missed from his many friends around the Johns Creek area. Sending a prayer tonight for you and your family.

  9. I read to my father, Jester Thomas Irvin, of the sad passing of Mr. Reynolds. I regret that my father’s health is such that he can not attend the memorial service but we wanted you to know that we shall be praying for the family. May you receive comfort from our Savior and Lord.
    Londa Sprinkle daughter of Commissioner Tommy Irvin

  10. Tim was always very kind and nicer than I could ever ask , I will always remember him for that, The world would be a much better place if all were more like Tim. I miss him and I hope all who have known him can have peace knowing that he is with our lord.

  11. I was truly sorry to learn of Tim’s passing. We served together on the Commercial Truck Dealer Advisory Board for a few years and became friends. His untimely passing is a loss to his family and work friends. May he rest in peace.

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