Nancy Maie Reynolds was born on October 19, 1929 in Omaha, Nebraska to Donald and Agatha Ulmer. One day shy of her nineteenth birthday, on October 18, 1948, she married the love of her life Jack D. Reynolds. Together they spent 62 years sharing their love, raising a wonderful family, and enjoying life’s great treasures. They moved to Bellevue in the spring of 1965 just after the earthquake rocked the Puget Sound region. Though both had been born and raised in the Midwest they fell in love with the Pacific Northwest quickly and called it home for the rest of their days. For her part, Nancy continuously found ways to give back to the community she had grown to love. For twenty years she worked as a medical receptionist for Bellevue Clinic. Nancy also volunteered on the Cancer Live Line, with Hospice Care in Kirkland, and with Radiation Oncology at Overlake Hospital. Her twenty years of volunteer service lead to her being honored as Volunteer of the Year in 2015. She was infinitely kind, giving, and loving. Her strength, warmth, and generosity will be missed. She is forever loved by her sons Steven (Pattie) Reynolds of Port Angeles, Washington and David (Kathy) Reynolds of Bellevue, Washington; four wonderful grandchildren Dave (Shannon) Rice-Reynolds, Susan (Keith) Meldahl, Katy (Joey) Bevegni, and Geoff (Katie) Reynolds; five extraordinary great grandchildren; two gifts on the way- one great grandchild and one great great grandchild; and anyone who ever called her friend.