Dolores Jean Reynolds
December 25, 1955 - November 25, 2018
Dolores (Lori Busocker) Jean Reynolds, 62, passed away peacefully on November 25, 2018 after a very brief illness. She was the daughter of Agnes (Campbell) and the late John J. Busocker of Jim Thorpe. She was an employee of Gatehouse Media in Augusta, GA as a data analyst.
Lori was born in Hazleton, PA and was a 1973 graduate of Marian High School. After graduation she worked for White Haven State Center and as an EMT. She moved to Georgia in 1986, living all over the state but finally setting roots in Harlam, GA. She graduated from Augusta Technical College with an Associate of Applied Technology in Computer Programming degree in 1994 and was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and the Association of Information Technology Professionals. She worked for several companies over the last 25 years as a computer programmer including Farmer’s Furniture, Salant Corporation, Avondale Mills and Morris Communications.
Lori had many hobbies including sewing, reading, playing the guitar, and she recently starting quilting. She really loved science/fantasy fiction especially Star Trek and the Harry Potter series. She was an active member of the Grovetown United Methodist Church and participated in weekly Bible study and the church choir.
Surviving her are two children, Jennifer (Yurchak) McClendon of Townsend, DE and Robert Gimbi III of Evans, GA as well as three grandchildren, Derek, Devin and Derien; two brothers, John and his wife Helen, Joseph and his wife, Suzie all of Jim Thorpe, PA; one sister, Karen, wife of Steve Sofranko of Lehighton, PA and many nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life is planned for December 29, 2018 at 11am at Grovetown UMC, 206 E. Robinson Avenue, Grovetown, GA and a future service in Pennsylvania in the spring.
Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com Arlington Burial & Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Drive, S-C, Augusta, GA 30909. 762-994-0311
At a time when we are remembering George H.W. Bush it reminds me of his thousands points of light campaign. Lori was one of the thousand points of light. Working with her at Morris DigitalWorks was a pleasure. Sharp, bright and funny Lori always made everyone day less stressful. She will be greatly missed.Jerome M Dorsey - December 6 at 3:39 PM