Mr. Reynolds was, for thirty-two years, the schoolboy sports editor for the Providence Journal-Bulletin and one of Rhode Island's greatest embassadors of goodwill. Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Brown University, where he was a Wayland Scholar and later a sports information director. He was singlehandedly responsible for the highly successful People-to-People Program in Rhode Island, and a prime diplomat for the organization across the nation. A popular speaker, and member of several prestigiuos sports Halls of Fame, he recieved numerous honors.
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