REGINALD LAWS was born in New Jersey on October 4, 1921. He attended high school for three years prior to being inducted into the United States Army. He entered service on October 30, 1942 at Camden, New Jersey.

After serving in the United States Army, he was appointed to the Camden Fire Department in May of 1957. He served the City for over 25 years before  retiring on July 1, 1982.

City Directories from 1940 and 1943 list Reginald Laws at 741 Cherry Street. By 1957 Reginald Laws and family were living at 1453 Bradley Avenue in Parkside. He was still at that address as late as 2002.

Reginald Laws passed away on September 24, 2013 at the age of 91. He was survived by three children, five grandchildren, and many other relatives and friends. 

Camden Courier-Post December 30, 1957

Engine Company 1 - Raymond Amos - Orville Goldsboro
August Johnson
- Reginald Laws - North 2nd Street
South 9th Street
- Bradley Avenue - Chestnut Street
Erie Street
- Market Street - Point Street - Washington Street

Graduation of Probationary Fireman
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Graduation of Probationary Fireman (from left) Chief John Graham, Captain Anthony Dzinski, Assistant Training Officer Nicholas George, Firemen Herman Reed, Bertram Dahl, Joseph Dowhy, Joseph Simpson, Edward Morgenweck, Charles Christensen, Joseph Wolfinger, George Dixon, Edward Ulrich, Reginald Laws, Grant Keller, and Chief Edward MacDowell.

Camden Courier-Post - September 28, 2013

Reginald Laws

AGE: 91 Camden

To the going home service of Reginald Laws, whose sunrise was October 4, 1921 and sunset was September 24, 2013. 
Reginald leaves behind his daughter Valerie and sons Joseph and Reynaldo, along with a 5 of grandchildren and host of great grandchildren and a great great grandchild and other relatives. 
Services Monday at Parkside Methodist Church, 1420 Kaighns Ave, Camden, NJ. Viewing 9-11am, services at 11am, interment following services at Rolling Green Memorial Park. Ministry of Comfort Entrusted to May Funeral Home.