Maritime Community Remembers Henry Reynolds

Friday, February 18, 2000
Henry E. Reynolds, who had been a member of the maritime community, died suddenly of a heart attack on January 28, while working on assignment in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Reynolds, 53, began his maritime career when he arrived in South Florida in the early 1970s as a crew member on a sailing schooner. In 1981 he played an intricate role in the startup of Titan, a small, struggling salvage company, from where he moved on to Ellen & Co. as a steamship agent and, later, as agency manager. Reynolds then rejoined Titan in 1996, where he had remained as job coordinator for the last four years.

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