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BOUNTIFUL - Martin James Reynolds, 51, died unexpectedly January 14, 2006 in Box Elder County, Utah, due to heart failure. He was enjoying an outdoor activity with his three youngest children on a beautiful winter day. Marty was born October 9, 1954 in Salt Lake City to John Wesley Reynolds and Rosetta Marvelle Jones. He served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Belgium-Brussels Mission and served in various church capacities in Salt Lake City, Utah, Reno, Nevada, Tremonton, Utah and Bountiful, Utah. Marty attended the University of Utah and was awarded a B.A. degree in English. He worked as a Surety Manager for The Buckner Company in Salt Lake. He served as president of several professional organizations, and received numerous awards and honors for his service. Marty enjoyed spending time with his family. He served as a scoutmaster for several years and loved working with the youth. He enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid fly-fisherman and skier. He loved reading, camping and vacationing with his family. Marty is survived by his wife, Roslyn Romney Reynolds and seven children, Brooke, Logan, Utah; Erin, Provo, Utah; Anna McAllister (Grant), Cedar City, Utah; Hillary, Cedar City, Utah; Lucas, Chris and Megan; and his brothers and sisters, Don (Maurine), Jo Boulton, (Jim), Boise, Idaho; (Melanie), Logan, Utah; Jacque Hall (Brad), Pocatello, Idaho; Jeannie Johnson (Jerry), Saudi Arabia. His father; and a brother, Wesley, preceded Marty in death. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, January 18, 2006 at the Bountiful Heights LDS Church, 165 South 1000 East. Friends may call Tuesday, January 17, from 6-8 p.m. at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 295 North Main, Bountiful, and Wednesday from 9:00-10:30 a.m. at the church. Arrangements are under the direction of Rogers and Taylor Funeral Home in Tremonton. Online condolences may be extended at 

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14/02/15 02:01 AM #1    

Jay Rice

Marty was a good person and a gentle soul. We sat next to each other at our graduation, which was in alphebetical order. A few years later we reconnected when Marty was selling cook ware. He was one of the best salesman I've ever run into. He sold everyone in my family a set of Mastercraft cookware, plus many more friends and associates. He had a great personality that was easy for anyone to get along with. You made the world a better place Marty, I'm glad I knew you.

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