Tonya A. Reynolds-HartSeptember 24,2013
Tonya A. Reynolds-HartTonya A. Reynolds-Hart
WALKERTOWN, N.C. — Tonya Ann Reynolds-Hart, 51, of Walkertown, N.C., rose to heaven on Saturday, September 21, 2013, with her loving family at her side.
She was a brave and loving wife, mother and grandmother.
Born August 20, 1962, in Rutland, Vermont, she is survived by her husband Stephen, daughter Stephanie, her grandchildren Kaydin, Riley and Laila, all of Walkertown, NC. Also surviving are her mother, Marjorie Reynolds and brother, Ralph of Florence, Vt.; brothers, Ronnie and Robert of North Clarendon, Vt.; sister Heather Willis of Clarendon, Vt.; brother Danny of Brandon, Vt.; brother Randy of Pittsford, Vt.; along with many loving nieces, nephews and friends. She was met at her bedside by her father Ralph, and her sister Nancy, who took her mercifully with them.
By her request, no funeral service has been planned. A celebration of her life will take place at a later date, in her hometown of Rutland, Vermont.
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