The name Morris Reynolds does not ring a bell in most people’s minds, nor did many meet the man who wore it, yet his life touched many people’s lives in a roundabout way. He was a stout man of six feet tall, a carpenter by trade, and a true man’s man in every way. He had a strength about him that few would have dared challenge; yet he also possessed a humbleness none could surpass. He was a man of high morals and strong convictions. He was known by his example and was held in high regard by all who knew him. He was both a man of his word and a man of few words. When he spoke, people listened. I have never met a man who commanded more respect out of those who knew him than did this man.