George Reynaud

George William Reynaud

Wednesday, April 22nd, 1953 - Monday, August 3rd, 2020
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George W. Reynaud (Bill)

George William Reynaud, age 67, of Mount Laurel, NJ passed away while surrounded by loving family on Monday, August 3, 2020.

Bill was born in Philadelphia, PA, raised in Alexandra, Virginia and resided in Northern New Jersey before moving to Mount Laurel in 1989. Bill enjoyed traveling, going hiking and just being outdoors. He was an avid reader and loved doing crossword puzzles. He also enjoyed playing tennis and going skiing. Bill worked at Lockheed Martin in Moorestown for 31 years where he will be greatly missed by his many friends and co-workers. But above all, he will be deeply missed by his family, who he loved and cared for very much.

Bill is survived by his beloved spouse, Cindy Reynaud (nee Pilof); children, Paul, Amy and Marc; brothers, Richard and David (Diane); sister, Katherine; nieces and nephews.

Due to the current pandemic, funeral services will be private. A more public celebration of Bill’s life will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Bill’s memory may be made to any one of his favorite charities:

Woodford Cedar Run Wildlife Refuge

Animal Welfare Association

Friends of the Burlington County Animal Shelter
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Karen Cohen

Posted at 06:31pm
I've known Bill and Cindy since 1995 and always enjoyed socializing with them. Our kids were friends and grew up together. I don't recognize a world without Bill in it. His laughter, quick comebacks, witty banter, astute observations and love for all things tennis, skiing, cats, books and Cindy's cooking along with his enthusiastic zest for life are his legacies. But most of all, his love and pride in his family are his greatest legacy. Here's to Bill who made his time here so memorable. We are all richer for it.

Maureen and Tom Nagel

Posted at 08:03am
Bill, The office, numerous happy hours and our St Patrick's Day party will never be the same. You are greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

Sara Waite

Posted at 10:41pm
Bill will be greatly missed. Have so many memories of Bill from working at CSEDS till wee hours in the morning to ship riding with him, to making him cupcakes for his birthday. He was a mentor to all. We miss his funny sense of humor. My deepest condolences to Cindy and the whole family.

Tanner Kirkpatrick

Posted at 01:14pm
Bill was one of the first people to take me under his wing at Lockheed. Since we both shared a love for Physics, we got along right away. He was a pleasure to be around, and constantly made himself available to help anyone out. Even though most of our interaction revolved around tedious testing in a cold lab at 8am, he always managed to put a smile on my face with his limitless sense of humor. Bill was a genuine friend, co-worker, and mentor to myself and to so many others. He is already greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers continuously go out to the Reynaud family.

Mike Graham

Posted at 07:52pm
Bill was the best friend/co-worker/mentor anyone could ask for. I would (we all would) go to him for work problems, advice, etc. but we’d also chat just about anything under the sun from physics/control problems, to history, to rock ‘n’ roll / blues, about the books we were reading and/or recommending to each other, and the age old cats v. dogs argument, childhood stories... So smart and accomplished, but also such a down to earth good person. I’ll miss the looney toon quotes back-and-forth and all the times I’d have to spend 5 minutes trying to get his attention over the headphones blasting Jimmy Reed, Cream, etc. I hope in heaven there’s always a fresh pot of coffee, free food in the break room, and a cold beer in the fridge after a late-night test shot. All of us (even the computer mice you’d try to destroy at CSEDS), miss you greatly. Prayers to the Reynaud family. P.S. I stole the frank zappa pin back before they cleaned off your desk in case you were looking for it

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