Clyde “Mac ” Derald McReynolds

October 12, 1939 - June 15, 2022
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Wednesday 6/22, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Wiley Funeral Home Chapel in Granbury
400 Hwy. 377 East
Granbury, TX 76048
817-573-3000 | Map
Thursday 6/23, 10:00 am
Holly Hills Memorial Park
1909 Weatherford Hwy
Granbury, TX 76048
817-279-7270 | Map

Clyde Derald McReynolds (Mac), loving and dedicated Husband, Dad, PawPaw– passed away in his sleep at home in Granbury, Texas on Wednesday June 15, 2022.   Dad was born on October 12, 1939, in Thorp Springs Texas. He graduated from Granbury High School in 1957. He served in the United States Army – 10th MountainContinue Reading

Bill Ward left a message on June 24, 2022:
Buried another good friend yesterday, C. D. "Mac" McReynolds of Granbury. I met Mac in 1965 (57 years ago), he was parts manager at Durant Chevrolet, Granbury, and I was parts manager at Ferrill Chevrolet in Weatherford. In 1969 Jerry Durant purchased Chevrolet in Weatherford, putting us in the same dealership family. I cannot tell you how many GM meetings we made together, including several GM Trips & Cruises we won in GM parts manger contests. We both served as president of the GM Parts Managers Club, including club meetings and trips. In 1978 I started DPC Systems, and continued to work with Mac as his computer system provider. Mac was instrumental in many of our parts system upgrades, and as pilot for most. He was one of the best GM parts managers I have known, which is many. One of his management skills was, never stock one part, stock at least 2. This decreased the out-of-stock situation. We even had a "minimum quantity" field so it could be set to two(2). Mac worked for Durant Chevrolet for 36 years, then retiring so he could take care of his wife Joy, with failing health. After Joy's death, Mac worked part time for Jerry's in Weatherford as Parts Department Consultant, improving their departments and managers. Mac was an active leader in the Granbury Optimist Club, heading up the bicycles for kids program, Christmas bicycles for needy kids, providing many from his pocket each year. Mac had lunch at the care facility, laid down for a knap, died in his sleep, what a good way to go. I will cherish our memories and friendship. Happy Trails My Friend. ___Bill Ward
Willis Bell left a message on June 23, 2022:
I always enjoyed seeing Mac (in the later 1970s) and working with him at Jerry's when he was still working. Sorry to hear of his passihg. Deepest condolences to his family. He was a great man.
Gail & Cliff Hall left a message on June 20, 2022:
We met Mac after moving to Lakestone four years ago. He was a great friend and lots of fun. We enjoyed having him in our home for Happy Hour.
Paula Hamm left a message on June 18, 2022:
I'm sorry to hear about Mac. Praying for peace and comfort
Wiley Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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