Major “Tony” Reynolds died suddenly on the 15th of December 1968, aged 55.

Starting his career as a 3rd Carabinier in which he served in India, he was posted to The Queen’s Bays at the outbreak of War in 1939 and saw active service with them with the B.E.F. and in the Middle East. He came to the 7th Hussars in 1947 as Q.M. and left to go to A.G.17 in 1949.

Although Tony Reynolds spent only a short time with the Regiment he always looked after its interests during the long period he spent in A.G.17, where he did a very good job. He retired from the Army as a Major in 1962.

Our deepest sympathy is extended to his widow.

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