Beloved Odean Floyd Reynolds left for Heaven, Saturday evening, Aug. 12, 2017, to be with her husband, George Marvin Reynolds, Jr.
Odean was born to parents Charles Milwee Floyd and Ellie Mae Westbrook Floyd on May 8, 1920. She joined brother Elmer, and with family welcomed sister Eva in 1925.
She attended Nashville Public Schools. Odean Floyd graduated from Harding University with a degree in business.
Odean taught school in Delight, Ark., before working in Hope, Ark., for the ‘Proving Grounds,’ where bombs were inspected during WWII.
George’s sister, Josie Dee, introduced him to Odean Floyd, and they married March 8, 1952, in Little Rock, Ark. They remained married until his death in 1999.
Little Rock, Ark. became her home, and she worked with Arkansas Department of Finance and Administration until retirement.
Family she leaves behind include: sister-in-law Marvine Reynolds Ely; cousin, Gerald Littlefield; 13 nieces and nephews: Ella Mae Reese, JoAnn Walters, Brenda McClain, Cleon Green, Dee Ann Howell, Gary Robinson, Becky Taylor, Floyd Green, Marion Greene, Alan Green, John Curtis and LaDonna Curtis.
The Reynolds Family is thankful for the devotion John and LaDonna Curtis showed for Odean in Nashville.
David Williams, Minister of Sunset Church of Christ conducted Odean’s funeral yesterday in Nashville. Burial is today, August 16th, 11:30 a.m. Oak Grove Cemetery in Conway, Ark. John Gibson, of Windsong Church of Christ, will officiate.
In place of flowers, the family asks contributions be made to the Sunset Church of Christ Library or The Starnes Family Mission Fund.
Contribute to Sunset Library by mailing a check to Sunset church of Christ, 1420 West Sunset Street, Nashville, AR 71852 or calling 870.845.1824.
The Starnes Family is bringing the gospel of Jesus Christ to the people in Olomouc, Czech Republic. Donations can be made by mailing to Winnsboro Church of Christ, PO Box 541, Winnsboro, TX 75494 or visiting www.starnesinolomouc.com/support.
John 3:16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”
Odean Floyd Reynolds loved her Lord, and we are eternally blessed by her life. Visit ConwayPedia.com for more.