Reginald Craig Lindsay, “AKA Reggie” was born June 13, 1955 in Thomasville, NC. He was the son of the late Edward Eugene Lindsay and Florine Lowery Lindsay. On April 4, 2020 Reginald went home to be with the Lord. Reginald graduated from Thomasville High School. After graduating from THS he joined the Army and later made a career in furniture manufacturing.
Reggie will be remembered as a man who possessed a great sense of humor. He was always very social and had a great love for family. He was a phenomenal cook, considered himself a BBQ master, and made the best fried chicken and fish. On his downtime you would often find him planted in front of a television watching a Western, he loved watching his “Cowboy pictures.” Reggie had a big appetite for life.Friends will remember Reginald as a person who loved to have fun. Was always social and would bring life to any party. Family will remember him as loving, a good listener, and as someone who could lift your spirits when you were feeling down.
Reginald is preceded in death by his parents, wife, Regina D. Lindsay, one brother, Gregory Lindsay, and his nephew Michael Lindsay.
Reginald leaves behind a daughter, Dedrica McRae-Templeton (Zebulon) of Kernersville, NC, his grandchildren, Marcus, Winry, & Maximus Templeton of Kernersville, NC, his two brothers Myers Lindsay and Marshall Lindsay both of Thomasville, NC, and his nieces and nephews.