Jonathan D. Reynolds, 24 of Fishers, passed away February 3, 2019 from injuries sustained from an accident while on his motorcycle. He was born October 8, 1994 in Indianapolis to John and Joyce Reynolds. He attended Cathedral High School in Indianapolis and graduated from Hamilton Southeastern High School in Fishers in 2013. He was currently enrolled at Ivy Tech. Jonathan also graduated from Culver Summer Naval Academy and later taught sailing there during the Summer Camps and was also trained to certify other sailors. He also taught sailing at the Indianapolis Sailing Club.

As part of the Fishers Police Department Explorer Academy Program, Jonathan was exposed to law enforcement at it’s finest. He cherished the time he spent in the Explorer program, and for a while had considered law enforcement as a career possibility.

Jonathan was employed at Bose at the Fashion Mall for several years where he honed his technical skills in audio video. Jonathan recently started his own audio video installation company, Geist Audio Video, of which he was most proud. Jonathan always had an entrepreneurial spirit, having started several small businesses. His last venture as owner of Geist Audio Video was a success.

Jonathan also grew up as part time resident on Sanibel Island where he loved to fish and play on the water. He made “Island Boy” friends, which enriched his life and added to his quest for adventure. He lived in Colorado for two years, employed as an insurance agent, where he enjoyed the outdoors, being on the water, wakeboarding, hiking, and snowboarding. Out west, for a short time, Jonathan tried his hand as a cowboy tending Polo ponies. For his short 24 years of life, he managed to squeeze in a lot of adventure.

As someone who could light up a room with his smile and humor, prank his friends, family, and teachers, bring up a friend during hard times, he will be truly missed…. especially by his Mom and Dad.

Along with his parents, Jonathan is survived by his sister, Diane Shields Porterfield; uncles, Tom (Trena) Loudermilk and Michael (Marilee) Loudermilk; aunt, Becky (Dale) Waite, nieces, Halie Bales, Rian Porterfield, and Alexis Porterfield; and many dear cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Earl C. Loudermilk, Virginia A. Loudermilk, Donald E. Reynolds, and Rosedna Harris.

In remembrance  of the love, joy and rich experiences his cherished island friends added to his time on earth,  Jonathon’s family would be honored to have donations made to the giver’s favorite Sanibel-Captiva charity. A celebration of Jonathon’s life took place in Indianapolis but meaningful local memories will always be welcomed by Joyce and John Reynolds.