Carl Reynolds, 78 Princeton, IN Monday August 31, 1942 – Saturday, October 10, 2020

Carl Reynolds, age 78, Princeton, IN, passed away on Saturday, October 10, 2020 at St. Vincent Hospital in Evansville, IN. He was born on Monday, August 31, 1942 in McKenzie, TN to Robert and Ethel (Cooper) Reynolds, both whom precede. He was a maintenance technician with American Machine & Foundry for many years before moving to the Princeton area. Carl had an avid love for motorcycles and had many different bikes through out his lifetime.
Carl married Joyce Nelson on August 16, 1977 in Olney, IL, Whom survives of Princeton. Survivors also include 2 sons; Carl Ray Reynolds Jr. of Elberfeld, IN and James (Ashley) Nelson of Seattle, WA 5 daughters; Kimberly (John) Cameron of LaCrosse, WI, Shannon (Shawn) Lamb of Noble, IL, Robin (Darrin) Blank of Olney, IL, Julie (Joe) Whitledge of Princeton, IN and Carla (Ryan) Fortson of Elberfeld, IN, 2 sisters; Patricia Harmon of McKenzie, TN and Brenda Evans of Huntingdon, TN and 13 grandchildren; Tyler, Brittney and Whitney Reynolds, Josh, Joe and Justin Blair, Erica and Blake Lamb, Benjamin Blank, Maleaha Murfin and Cora Nelson along with numerous great grandchildren.
He is preceded in death by his parents, and 4 brothers; J.T, Junior, Jackie Reynolds and 1 sister Lucille Kolwyck.
Doyle Funeral Home has the privilege of serving the Reynolds family.
There will be a graveside visitation at Archer Cemetery in Princeton from 2:00PM with a grave side service at 3:00PM on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 with Pastor Kyle Powell officiating.
For safety reasons please be mindful of social distancing and mask if possible. For more information contact Doyle Funeral Home at 812-385-4334 or Online condolences may be made at or the funeral home Facebook page.

One thought on “Carl Reynolds, 78 Princeton, IN Monday August 31, 1942 – Saturday, October 10, 2020

  1. Leo Overton

    Please know our thoughts and prayers are with “Lucky’s” family. I worked with him for many years and considered a great friend. He will be surely missed by all who knew him.


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