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Paul K. Reich, age 79 of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and former longtime resident of Bel Air, Maryland, died Saturday, February 5, 2022 at Conway Medical Center, SC. Paul was born in Baltimore Maryland on February 3, 1943 and was the son of late Frederick and Elsie Reich.
Paul worked for 41 years in the food industry as a meat manager for Super Fresh formerly known as A&P on Dulaney Valley Road. There he met his first wife Debra A. Bednego, and they were married on November 14, 1970. They moved to Bel Air and purchased their first home, where they raised their daughters Laura and Kristyn.
In his early years, Paul and his brother Fritz enjoyed racing competitively with their 67 Camaro. They were known as Reich Brothers Racing. Paul also enjoyed coaching his girls in Bel Air Rec Softball. His summers were spent manicuring his lawn and keeping his pool pristine. The Reich Residence was known as the place to be in the summertime.
In 2007, Paul married Donna P. Rymer on December 28 at Calvary Baptist Church in Bel Air, MD. There Paul served as a Sunday School teacher and church treasurer for several years. Together they fulfilled their retirement dream of moving to Myrtle Beach. There they enjoyed getting involved in church ministries. Paul was a very devoted follower of Christ. He always placed God first and the needs of others before himself. Paul was ordained a deacon at First Baptist Church in Myrtle Beach on October 2, 2017. Paul was very passionate about Swash Park Ministries that serves the homeless in Myrtle Beach. He loved getting together on Friday mornings with the Man-to-Man Ministry group. Both he and Donna enjoyed hosting people in their home for DLife groups. He was always excited to participate in Bible Study with Dean Welch and the Discovery class. In November of 2021, both Paul and Donna joined Forestbrook Baptist Church and have enjoyed getting to know their new church family. Paul loved sharing Christ and his huge smile with everyone.
After moving to Myrtle Beach one of his favorite things was having his daughters and their families come visit. Over the years a huge to do list was created: Myrtle Beach State Park (everyday), Burky’s, Dagwoods, Café Old Vienna, Mini Golf, bike rides and enjoying quality family time.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his first wife Debra A. Reich and brother Fritz Reich.
Survivors include his wife, Donna P. Reich of the home; daughter Laura White (David) of Rutherfordton, NC, daughter Kristyn McVey (Brian) of Churchville, MD, and stepdaughter Tracy Jerome of Ellicott City, MD; grandchildren Morgan, Jacob and Luke McVey and Melissa, Samuel and Melanie Jerome and great grandchild Everly; grand dogs Zoe and Bear White and Finley and Dakota McVey; beloved sister-in-law Lynn Reich of Towson and niece Elise Cloyd (Erik) of Towson, MD and their children Mason and Ava; and bother- in- law Mitchell Whitaker (Karen) of Annapolis, MD.
The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock on Monday, February 14, 2022 at McComas Family Funeral Home in Bel Air, MD. The family will receive friends from 10 -11 a.m. prior to the service. Interment will follow at Bel Air Memorial Gardens.
A memorial service is planned for 11 o’clock on Saturday, February 19, 2022 at Forestbrook Baptist Church in South Carolina.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Forestbrook Baptist Church, 2051 Forestbrook Road, Myrtle Beach SC 29588.
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