Randolph N. Reynolds
Randolph N. Reynolds is a Co-founder and Principal of Reynolds Development. He is a retired executive of Reynolds Metals Company where he last served as Vice Chairman and Executive Officer and was a member of the Board of Directors. He was also a member of the Office of the Chief Executive and served on the company’s Strategic Guidance Committee and on the boards of directors of a number of subsidiary companies.
Mr. Reynolds joined Reynolds Metals Company in 1969 as a salesman in the metal field sales department in Louisville, Kentucky. In 1972, he began his career as National Accounts Manager for the Chemical Sales Division. He was assigned the additional responsibility of worldwide sales in 1974 and was named General Manager of the division in 1977. He was elected President of Reynolds International, Inc. in 1980 where he was responsible for building a can industry in Brazil including the construction of eight plants there and one in Saudi Arabia. He also oversaw the construction of aluminum smelters in Venezuela and Nigeria and a foil mill in Siberia.
After retiring from Reynolds Metals Company in 2000, Mr. Reynolds helped put together an investment group to take over the Alumina Company of Guinea, a joint venture company that leased the assets and managed the operations of Friguia, a four-decade-old bauxite mining and alumina production facility located in Guinea, West Africa. He helped sell their interest to RUSAL, a Russian aluminum company, in November 2002.
Mr. Reynolds currently serves as a Trustee of the Richard S. Reynolds Foundation and as its Vice President/Treasurer.
Mr. Reynolds has previously served on the Boards of First Union Bank, Ma’aden Aluminium Company in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Novolipetsk Steel (NLMK), a Russian steel company headquartered in Moscow, and was a member of the Advisory Board of RUSAL, a Russian aluminum company. He was the Chairman of the Board of the Defense Enterprise Fund, a non-profit organization that assisted in the conversion of defense firms in Russia and other former Soviet states to peaceful purposes, until its completion in April 2006. He also previously served as the Co-Chairman of the Board of Junior Achievement of Russia.
Born November 22, 1941, he is a native of Louisville, Kentucky and a graduate of Bellarmine University. He is married to the former Susan Kay Van Reypen of Louisville. They have three sons, five grandsons and one great grandson.
J. Sargeant Reynolds, Jr.
J. Sargeant Reynolds, Jr. is a Co-founder and Principal of Reynolds Development. He is the son of the late Lt. Governor J. Sargeant Reynolds, who died at the age of 34 in 1971. Mr. Reynolds is the grandson of the late Virginia Sargeant Reynolds who proudly served with her on the Virginia Sargeant Reynolds Foundation Board since its inception. Mr. Reynolds has fond memories of the many conversations that he and his grandmother had about her desire to build a foundation that would provide the necessary resources to help provide a positive impact in the community.
Mr. Reynolds serves as a director and President of the Virginia Sargeant Reynolds Foundation and is passionate about volunteering his time and resources in the community. Mr. Reynolds has been involved in the non- profit community for over 35 years and has served on the board of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond having served as President. He is a currently a Director of the J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College Foundation board and is a past President. Mr. Reynolds has served on numerous other boards which include the St. Joseph’s Villa Board of Trustees, The University of Virginia College of Arts and Sciences Foundation Board, The Bon Secours Healthcare Foundation, The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Board and many others.
In 2011, Mr. Reynolds was appointed by Governor McDonnell to a five year term to The Virginia Racing Commission. Mr. Reynolds chaired the Commission from 2014 thru 2015. In 2016, Mr. Reynolds was reappointed to a second five year term by Governor McAuliffe.
Mr. Reynolds graduated from the University of Virginia with a BA degree in 1984. Mr. Reynolds joined Sovran Bank’s Management Associate program in 1985. In 1990 Mr. Reynolds left banking to launch a career in real estate.
Mr. Reynolds is married to Margaret Young Reynolds and has 2 children, Julian Sargeant Reynolds III (Jess) and Virginia Randolph Reynolds (Randy).
Randolph N. Reynolds, Jr.
Randolph N. Reynolds, Jr is a Co-founder and Principal of Reynolds Development. In 1988, after graduating from the College of William & Mary with a degree in economics, Mr. Reynolds moved to Zug, Switzerland to work for Marc Rich & Co. AG. After spending two years on the LME Metal Trading desk, he accepted a job as a project manager for Reynolds Metals Development Company in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Mr. Reynolds Assisted in the financial restructuring and operational turn- around of Drew Gardens, and ACLF in Clearwater, FL. Next he ran the Crossroads Park of Commerce in Ft. Pierce, FL, and assisted with various residential projects all around the State of Florida.
In 1995, Mr. Reynolds moved back to Richmond, VA and joined the Construction Products Division of Reynolds Metals Company as its Export Sales Manager. He over-saw the sale of vinyl siding to the Polish Market for re-imaging former Eastern Block Apartment towers. In addition, he worked under John Shelhorse running the global sales of Reynobond ACM for exterior architectural projects all over the world.
In 1998, Mr. Reynolds joined the Bauxite & Alumina Division of Reynolds Metals Company heading up the export sales of Reynolds Chemical and High Purity Alumina products. Mr. Reynolds handled key Japanese accounts like Sony, Kyocera, and NEC. In addition he serviced several major European Lighting and Medical Ceramic Hip Join companies including Philips, Ceramtec, Metoxic, and Osram Sylvania. Mr. Reynolds earned a Six Sigma Green Belt status at GE Lighting’s Supplier training program in Cleveland, OH.
In 2000, Mr. Reynolds co-founded an internet market for aluminum products called OnlineAluminum.com. It later merged with a New York City based company called Aluminium.com.
Mr. Reynolds was Chairman of the Foreign Trade Zone Subcommittee of the St. Lucie County, Florida Economic Development Council from 1993 to 1994.
Mr. Reynolds was previously a member of the Board of Trustees for Collegiate School in Richmond, VA from 1998 to 2006.
Mr. Reynolds was a member of the Real Estate Foundation Board of the College of William & Mary during 2007.
Mr. Reynolds graduated from the LEAD Virginia program in 2010.
Mr. Reynolds currently serves on the Boards of the Longwood School of Business, Virginia Commonwealth Bank Board, and Virginia Commonwealth Bank Trust Board.
Born March 2, 1965 in Madrid, Spain he is a native of Richmond, Virginia. He is married to Mary Clay Caperton. They have one son together, and three sons from Mr. Reynolds‘s first marriage.
Robert G. Reynolds
Robert G. Reynolds is a Co-founder and Principal of Reynolds Development. He has experience in all aspects of real estate development including project team member selection, contracts, permitting process, project design, construction management, financing, leasing and partnership agreements. In addition, Mr. Reynolds managed a team of bankers, attorneys and consultants to obtain approval from Henrico County for the creation of the Reynolds Crossing Community Development Authority which enables the company to sell $15 million dollars of tax free non-rated bonds to finance site improvements, utilities and infrastructure for Reynolds Crossing.
Before Reynolds Development, Mr. Reynolds was Vice President of Leasing for the Cordish Company (Baltimore, Maryland), one of the largest private real estate developers in the United States.
Mr. Reynolds has volunteered and supported the following organizations: Trustee of the Randolph and Susan Reynolds Foundation and Trustee of the William G Reynolds Foundations, Board of Governors, St Christopher’s School, Richmond, Virginia, Executive Advisory Board Member and Chairman: Robins School of Business, University of Richmond, Red Cross Greater Richmond Chapter: Co-Chair of annual golf fund raiser, Greater Richmond Association for Commercial Real Estate Board Member, The Commonwealth Club Board of Governors, The Country Club of Virginia Board of Governors.
Mr. Reynolds graduated from the University of Georgia with a BA degree in 1994. Mr. Reynolds received a MBA from the University of Richmond, Robins School of Business, in 1998.
Mr. Reynolds is married to Gaylen Alders Reynolds and has a son Nicklas.