Reynold started his career in the ice rink industry in 1971 at Branch Brook Ice Center in Newark, he then moved on to the Morris County Park Commission in 1974 to help coordinate the construction of the first ice surface for the William G. Mennen Sports Arena where he remained for 46 years as the General Manager and Director of Recreation for the Park Commission until his retirement in 2020.

Under his direction Mennen grew from one surface to three hosting many events including over 250 high school games per season and many classic playoff and State Championship games. He played for the Essex Comets in the MET junior league and the Newark Brewers. He has coached at the NJ Colonials and along with previous Hall of Fame Inductee Ron Armstrong coached the County College of Morris to two MCHC Championship titles, in addition he was an ice hockey referee for almost 50 years doing games at all levels including 40 years in the NIHOA Chapter.

During his tenure at Mennen he has served as President of the Metropolitan Ice Rink Managers Association, Board Member for the Ice Skating Institute of America, member of the International Association of Assembly Managers. In 1987 he was named Manager of the Year by the Ice
Skating Institute, In 2003 recipient of the NJSIAA Sports Award for ice hockey, In 2017 Outstanding Service, Dedication and Contribution award from the Morris County Secondary Schools Athletic Directors Association, and in 2021 he was the recipient of the NJ Devils Dr. John J. McMullen Service to NJ Hockey Award.

Reynold resides in Randolph with his wife Denise, his daughter Jennifer and son in law John DeFeo, son Reynold and daughter-in-law Timienne and three grandchildren Anthony, Ava and Annalise live close by.

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