Damion Devon "Dee" Reynolds was born in Biloxi, MS at Keesler Air Force Base on February 25, 1985, to the Late William L "Big Bill' Reynolds and Willie Sue Alexander Reynolds of Biloxi, MS.
Damion attended Biloxi Public Schools, played Football & Baseball on Biloxi City Recreational Youth Leagues. He was also an active member of the First Missionary Baptist Church.
His first ever job was with his mother at J & L Janitorial Services, then went on to Isle of Capri Casino as Busser, Beau Rivage Casino as Floor Tech, Army Core of Engineer 28th Street Elementary School Floor Tech, O’Reilly Auto Parts store Customer Services Tech, Coke Cola bottling Gulfport Truck Driver/Delivery, Nestle as Area Delivery and was formerly employed with Martin - Brower Associates Gulfport, MS as a Trucker Driver.
Damion favorite past-time was buying and restoring numerous Old School Chevy's cars and Trucks, and spending time with his son DeTorio, together they loved to go sight-seeing and playing Video games on the play station and working on the cars.
Damion is preceded in death by: His Father William L "Big Bill' Reynolds, his paternal grandparent Thomas & Mildred Reynolds, Maternal grandparent Herbert & Corine Alexander.
Damion is Survived by His Mother Mrs. Willie Sue Reynolds, His Son, De'Torio Ja'von Reynolds, 3 brothers, Derrick DeShawn Reynolds of Georgia, Dale Keon Alexander and Eric Lamont Thomas of Biloxi one sister Katrina A Reynolds of Goldsboro, NC, Two Uncles, Raymond L (Mary Reynolds of Chattanooga Tenn, James "Charlie (Airbunia) Kettley of Biloxi, Four Aunts, Mrs. Bernice Kettley Huff of Roxie, MS, Ms. Rosie Mae Alexander of Gulfport, MS, Mrs. Maureen L (Mark Bristor, & Ms. M Denise Reynolds of Rankin, Pa. His son's mother Ms. Dominique Harris & Harris Family of Gulfport, MS. A very Special Friend Mr. Daryl Johnson (De'Torio Godfather) of Texas, Adrian Blackston, Javarius Butler and too many more to name. A Mentor Retired Officer Jackie Rhodes of Biloxi, MS and Pastor Antoine McBride and Pastor Eric Dickey, Very Special's Mrs. Terri Desporte Osborne, Mr. Anthony Desporte and Entire Desporte Family, Two Nieces and Four Nephews. And a Host of Relatives and Friends,
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, June 29, 2022, at First Missionary Baptist Church, at 2:00 pm. Visitation will start at 1:00 pm.
Infinity Funeral Home is honored to serve the family of Damion Devon Reynolds. For inquiries, please call 228-436-6722.