Carlos Alfredo Reynoso, 75, of South Jordan, Utah, passed away in the comfort of his own home surrounded by his family on January 18, 2019.\r\n \r\nCarlos is survived by his wife Ana Ruth of 43 years, son Carlos J. (Jena) Reynoso, daughters Ana E. (Kevin) Nelson, Rocio M. (Ivan) Sanchez, and grandchildren Juliana, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Joseph, Gabriela, Julian, Alexander, Aria, Eva, Gwen, Clara and many more nieces, nephews, and extended family. Carlos was preceded in death by his parents (Alfredo & Carlotta), and sisters (Christy, Carmen, Esperanza, Amparo) Carlos was a loving father, husband, grandfather, and friend to everyone.\r\n \r\nCarlos was born on March 29, 1943 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. He was raised by loving parents and six older sisters that adored him. He loved to dance, and go on adventures with his sisters. He studied at Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, Instituto Humanidades, Instituto Rafael Aqueche, and Manhattan community college.\r\n \r\nWhen he was a young man in San Marcos, Guatemala he met the missionaries, and joined The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He served an honorable mission in the Central America Mission. He later married his sweetheart, Ana Ruth, in the Mesa Arizona temple on Nov 12, 1975. They initially settled in Guatemala City, but due to an earthquake lost everything. They resettled and eventually bought a home in San Miguel, El Salvador where he worked as a vice-principal of an elementary school. Due to the civil war that began in El Salvador, he immigrated to New York City in 1980 to provide a better and safer life for his family. He raised his family in Flushing, Queens, and Long Island while working several jobs to provide for his family. In 2010, he retired and moved to Utah to be closer to his two daughters. In retirement, he enjoyed serving in the Jordan River and Oquirrh Temple with his wife, and spending time with his grandchildren and garden.\r\n \r\nCarlos was a faithful member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He served diligently in many callings including: Branch President, Primary Teacher, and Temple Worker. He was also instrumental with the creation of the Lynbrook branch (now ward) on Long Island.\r\n \r\nA viewing will be held on January 25th, 2019 from 6:00-8:30 pm at the Jenkins-Soffe funeral home 1007 W South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan UT.\r\n \r\nA celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, January 26th, 2019 from 12:30-1:30 pm at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints chapel at 1540 W. 10400 S. South Jordan UT. Services will begin at 2:00 pm. A graveside service will follow soon after at the South Jordan Memorial Park, 10630 S. 1055 W., South Jordan, UT.