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Meet your neighbor: David Reynolds


Family: I am married to Chastity, and we have three boys: Evan, Owen and Addison.

Job and volunteer work: I’m a dentist at Harris and Reynolds Family Dental; volunteer time at East Union Baptist Church.

What is the secret to a good marriage? I feel like the secret to a good marriage is finding someone who wants the same things out of life and communicating well.  Having the same priorities is very important and keeping the Lord first should be the top priority.

How did you know your wife was Mrs. Right? I knew from the first moment that I met her, that Chastity was someone very special and I wanted her in my life.  We were at a dinner and just happened to sit by each other and talking to her was so easy.  She is always supportive and goes above and beyond for me and my family.  It also helps that she is beautiful! I definitely married up!

What is one thing you would put on your bucket list? I want to go on an African safari to see all of the animals in the wild.

The best advice someone has given me is… I have a tendency to worry about things.  I was told to visualize the worst thing that could happen in a situation.  When I do this, it makes me realize that the worst thing can be handled or corrected and that it probably is not going to happen in the first place.  This puts worrying into perspective.

What is something everyone should do at least once in their life? Everyone should take a trip out west to visit our National Parks.  Zion, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon and Arches are beautiful and so different from what we have in this part of the country.  It’s amazing what God created.

If you could only eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be? Pizza and a salad with Ranch dressing.

What did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be a meteorologist.  I would watch the Weather Channel all the time.  

What is your favorite thing about East End? Having so many people who care about my family.  We are fortunate that our friends and family are close and that people genuinely care about my children and their success in life, spiritually and physically.