McREYNOLDS ANTONIO JUANDELL born on March 2, 1982 in Detroit, Michigan departed this life before the Thanksgiving holiday. Juandell was the only child and a great son. He graduated in 2001 from St. Martin de Porres High School where he played football. He was also a resident of Lansing and most recently Newark, New Jersey where he was employed and attending Essex Community College pursuing an accounting degree. He was greatly loved and will be greatly missed.
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Words cannot express how I feel at this time. You always made me laugh. You will be forever in my heart. You will be truly missed nephew. Love Auntie Shelly
My condolences to Antonio's family. Though, we lost contact after high school I'll always remember him as one of the friendliest and easy going guys I've ever known. Rest in peace brother
I loved you like a brother Antonio. I will miss you more than I can ever express. I promise to never let anyone forget about how you lived. I love you. -Forever your brother Kevin Hynous
My heart is broken that you were taken from us Antonio. You will be missed so much and we will NEVER forget your wonderful smile, your contagious laugh and how you made everyone you ever met, feel like they were special. They truly broke the mold when they made you my friend. Your spirit will eternally live on, I promise, through the memories we share between all the people who you touched, and loved you so very much. Your friend forever Brian Hynous
I am still at a loss and can't express how I feel. You were an amazing person, and I'm truly thankful to have had you in my life. You were like a brother to us. May you rest in peace my friend. Never forgotten.
I don't think I've ever met a nicer, more easy going person in my life. Your laugh was contagious and you always brightened everyone's day. Although you are gone, you will live on in the countless memories we all have of you. Rest in peace Antonio, you will always be missed.
I went through pictures the other day and came across some from years ago of a buch of us together. You always knew how to make not only myself laugh but everyone around you. We have lost the presence of a truly amazing person and I was lucky enough to call you a friend, but we are all lucky to have known you and will never forget you. My condolences to the family and all who loved him.
My condolences to the McReynolds family. Antonio was a great person, without a mean bone in his body. He was the friendliest person I have ever know. He will be greatly missed.
I did not meet Antonio until I moved to New York from Michigan, but immediately Antonio took me in as a friend, no questions asked. He was without question one of the most genuinely nice people I have ever come to know as a friend. He is and will always be greatly missed. My condolences to Antonio's family.
I will always love you Tony....we shared some great times together & I will remember those good times like our pilgrimage to MET MUSEUM NYC....2011 & the time we would chill at your crib talking & laughing...I'm so hurt by your passing.....Barack Obama made 2nd term for presidency..... Love Always Basimah/Ms. North
Juandell, I will always love you and remember your great ambitions. God made you and gave you to us for such a short time. I wish we could've talked and shared much more. I pray you're with God and his many angels. You were always a respectful, great son, grand son, nephew, cousin and great friend. RIP ... Auntie Cheryl
Happy 31st Birthday nephew! We will never forget. Love and miss you! Auntie