Passed away suddenly in a tragic workplace accident at the age of 27 on June 15th, 2021. He was born in Bracebridge, Ontario on October 16, 1993. He is survived by his loving wife Lindsay Reynolds (nee Petten) of 3 years.
Nathan will be lovingly remembered by his parents Scott and Sandra Reynolds (nee Morash); his grandparents Edwin and Joy Reynolds, Carole and Rick Morash; his in-laws; aunts and uncles; cousins; and many friends.
Nathan had followed in his family’s footsteps with a career as a Lineman with Hydro One. He was an avid outdoors man, hunter, and fisherman. He enjoyed spending all of his time in Muskoka, where he was born and raised. His favourite place to be was either at the Hunt camp, or in the boat fishing.
Nathan’s other true love was his wife Lindsay, whom he loved with all of his heart. They shared an interest and love of the outdoors, and you could always find them out fishing, bird hunting, trying to shoot the biggest deer, or having a few beers with friends. He enjoyed spending all his free time with his close friends, wife, and family. Nathan was always the life of the party and could bring a smile to anyone’s face.
Nathan had a huge impact on everyone he met. Nathan will be remembered by all the memories he’s shared with his wife, family, and friends, and will be dearly missed.
Visitation will be held at the Bracebridge Fairgrounds, 331 Fraserburg Road, Bracebridge on Thursday, June 24th, 2021 from 2-4 p.m. & 6-9 p.m. Please carefully read below for instruction to register.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, visitation will be held in 45-minute intervals. To reserve your time to share memories with the family, registration is required and can be done below using the RSVP options located within each time slot. Upon arrival, please remain in your vehicle until our staff members motion you forward. Masks are required.
For those who wish, and in memory of Nathan, donations to the South Muskoka Hospital Foundation https://www.healthmuskoka.ca/ would be appreciated.