Reginald Vincent Myco, affectionately called Reggie, succumbed to severe injuries suffered in a terrible vehicular accident on the outskirts of Savannah, Georgia, and passed away on 16th June 2010. He was born on 2nd April 1953 in Kingston, Jamaica, to Albert and Beatrice Myco, and begun his secondary-level education at Kingston College in 1965.
He left Jamaica and settled in Atlanta 19 years ago, where he linked up with family members, relatives and friends, including former classmate and KCOBA member Lascelles Lewis. Reggie was a photography enthusiast and was essentially the family photographer. His infectious and disarming smile was usually more than sufficient to initiate warm conversations with family, friends and even complete strangers. He was inseparable from his two daughters whom he loved dearly.
Reggie was part of a very large extended family including:
Daughters: Caroline and Nicola
Brother: Carlton, a KCOB
Sisters: Pearline, Barbara and Margaret
Many cousins, nieces, nephews, aunts and uncles, in-laws and friends.
The funeral service, attended by KCOBA Atlanta president Winston Stewart and treasurer Alan “Barry” Miller, was held at Wages and Sons, Inc. funeral home in Stone Mountain Village on 26th June 2010. Internment followed immediately at the Melwood Cemetery in Stone Mountain.
On behalf of the Kingston College Old Boys’ Association Georgia, Inc., the board of directors wishes to express its deepest condolences to his surviving extended family.
Fortis Cadere Cedere Non Potest!