Local community leader Reginald Wong Jr., also known as "Uncle Reggie," made the most noteworthy contributions to the Boston Asian community in his lifetime, eventually changing the lives of people across the entire nation. This local Renaissance man helped to make it possible for young adults and teens to play volleyball throughout the Summers while also maintaining a busy lifestyle as an entrepreneur. A positive role model to all community members, he was a friend to everyone. Wong Passed away in April of 2011 and is remembered as a man everyone knew and loved. He was always smiling and making others feel welcome. Wong was regarded as a mayor-like figure, as he would shake hands with everyone while walking down the street. We ask that you help us welcome people from all over as Reggie would, and rename Pagoda Park to The Reggie Wong Memorial Park in celebration of Wong's life.