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Biography

Recent
news interviews

Statements
of support by well known Americans

DVD (2007) A Talk with Your Kids About Smoking

Comments
by school faculty on Mr. Reynolds’ talks

Content
of the live
talk to youth

Content of the University
/ Community talk

Book about the RJ Reynolds family: The Gilded Leaf
by Patrick Reynolds and Tom Shachtman

Q&A
– Covers journalists FAQs

Speech
on World No Tobacco Day
– FAQs covered:
Early motivation: my father’s death from smoking
Some RJ Reynolds family memories How the RJ Reynolds family feels about my campaign The story of how I became a dedicated advocate
A vision and promise: the coming Smokefree Society

A memoir: Deaths from Smoking
in the RJ Reynolds Family

Media testimonials

Press release, November 17, 2008
On eve of The Great American Smokeout, R.J. Reynolds’ grandson will tell Atlanta teens the truth about Big Tobacco – Will speak on Smokeout Day in Augusta to adults

Press Release, November 1, 2008
A Successful Outreach for Hospitals


Patrick Reynolds, October, 2009

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Photos from Patrick Reynolds’ book,
The Gilded Leaf

A biography
of the R.J. Reynolds family

by Patrick Reynolds and Tom Shachtman


Patrick Reynolds, October, 2009

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Patrick Reynolds, October, 2009

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Patrick Reynolds, October, 2009

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Credit to Ashland (OH) Times-GazettePatrick Reynolds speaking at Ashland High School, April 7, 2007, Ashland, Ohio

Patrick Reynolds
April 7, 2008 at Ashland (OH) High School

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Patrick Reynolds
October 17, 2008 at La Grand (OR) High School

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Patrick Reynolds talks with La Grande High senior Shawn McAdams during his presentation about the addictive nature of tobacco and its harmful effects.

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Photo 51 – Patrick Reynolds at a school in 2005

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Patrick Reynolds spoke in April, 2005, at a Chicago
area high school (in Du Page, County, IL). He was on a five day
speaking tour, jointly sponsored by Central DuPage Hospital, Alexian
Brothers Hospital, Elmhurst Hospital, the Du Page County Health
Dept, and the American Cancer Society of Illinois.

 

 


Patrick Reynolds speaks at the kickoff of
Greece’s anti-smoking campaign, April 28, 2009

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See also: Greek news coverage in April, 2009

 


Patrick Reynolds, 1992
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Patrick Reynolds, 2006
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R.J. Reynolds, Jr. in 1946, age 40
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BEFORE

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BEFORE: Patrick’s father, R.J. Reynolds, Jr. in 1946, in good health at age 40. A Lieutenant-Commander in the Navy in WWII, he was navigator for a task force in the Pacific. He smoked since his teens, first Camels and later Winstons. Patrick
Reynolds’ book, The Gilded Leaf, was published by Little, Brown in 1989. It tells the biography of three generations of the Reynolds family. Now out of print, it may be found at most libraries, used bookstores, or ordered through a book search by www.amazon.com.

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RJ Reynolds, Jr. with emphysema in 1962
Patrick’s father, R.J. Reynolds, Jr.
in 1962 with emphysema, age 56

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AFTER

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AFTER: R.J. Reynolds, Jr., in 1962, age 56, terminally ill with emphysema, caused by his lifelong smoking habit, holding an oxygen bottle. Taken during divorce proceedings against his third wife, Muriel Marston, in Darien, Georgia. He remarried Annemarie Schmidt, and died in Switzerland in December, 1964.

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Photo 32 – RJ Reynolds

R.J.REYNOLDS, who founded the tobacco company in 1875,
began manufacturing Camel cigarettes in 1913. He died in 1918, of
cancer of the pancreas, after a lifetime of chewing tobacco — ironically,
the same product which established his fortune, and earlier, his
father’s, in the tobacco business.

RJ married at age 53, and died at age 67, when his eldet son, RJ Reynolds, Jr., was just 12. As a result, R.J. Jr. would never spend much time working in the tobacco business, nor would any of R.J. Jr.’s 6 sons.

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Mr. Reynolds uses this overhead in his DVD and
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Joe Chemo with an IV, with more Joes
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Photo 05 by JoeChemo.orgJoe Chemo in a hospital bed.Mr. Reynolds uses this overhead in his DVD and
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A frame from the new DVD.

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Crush proof box
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In BADvertising Country, artist Bonnie Vierthaler counters the seduction of tobacco
ads by doctoring them up to make them honest. By juxtaposing silly, gross and disgusting images on top of tobacco ads, she jolts people into realizing how tobacco ad imagery is concealing the truth, manipulating young people into tobacco addiction. Best of all, at her site you can learn How to BADvertise yourself, using scissors and glue or computer and mouse.Artist Bonnie Vierthaler’s email is bv@badvertising.org. No permission neccessary, but art credit is requested.

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In Patrick Reynolds’ university lecture, one theme is the power of the tobacco lobby over Congress.

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Photo 36 – China Malboro by Adbusters.orgNo permission required – Please credit Adbusters.Org
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CNN appearance on Larry King

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January, 1990, Heart Corps Magazine cover
(Went out of business in the mid 1990’s,
magazine targeted heart disease)

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Patrick Reynolds in 1989, with former
Surgeon
General
C. Everett Koop at a meeting in Wash
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Former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop commented, “Patrick Reynolds is one of the nation’s most influential advocates of a smokefree America. His testimony is invaluable to our society.” They met on May 3, 1989 in Washington, D.C.

In December, 2003, Dr. Koop renewed this statement of support for Patrick and the 501c3 non-profit group he runs, The Foundation for a Tobaccofree World.

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Photo 19 – Child Health 2000 Conference

Mr. Reynolds gave the keynote address on World No Tobacco Day, May 31, 1995, before the UN World Health Organization’s Child Health 2000 conference in Vancouver. Here, second from right, on a discussion panel following his talk. No permission required.

 

 

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Marianne O’Brien Reynolds

Patrick’s mother, MARIANNE O’BRIEN REYNOLDS, in 1946, age 30, newly married to R.J. REYNOLDS, JR. In order to marry her, he paid $9 million to divorce his first wife. A former starlet under contract to Warner Brothers, Marianne began smoking around this time, because she thought it would please her husband. However, he was very unhapy about her taking up the habit, even though he smoked himself. Later she would suffer from angina and have two heart attacks. MArianne died in Miami in 1985 of a stomach aneurism.

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Marianne in 1944, age 30
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Above: Marianne O’Brien, late 1944. When she opened her first letter from Dick Reynolds, out fell several hundred-dollar bills. Dick wrote her to have pictures taken of herself, mail him copies, and not to object, because “the money is better spent helping your career than moldering in some bank.”

 

MORE PHOTOS

 

DVD press kit

More photos are at our online press kit for Mr. Reynolds’
educational DVD, A Talk With Your Kids About Smoking

Anti-smoking LOGOS
in high resolution files

Photos from Patrick Reynolds’ book,
The Gilded Leaf

A biography of the R.J. Reynolds family
by Patrick Reynolds and Tom Shachtman


 


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