Joe Reagan, former Brentwood mayor and commissioner whose community service earned him the nickname “Mr. Brentwood,” died Thursday, March 17, 2022, at the age of 94. Reagan began his service to the city of Brentwood in 1993 after running for an at-large commission seat after his wife Betty left her own seat on the board. He served on the commission until 2011, serving as vice mayor and mayor of the city. He decided not to seek re-election when the symptoms of the polio he had contracted as a child impacted his health. In addition to serving as a city commissioner and mayor, Reagan was on the original Williamson County Parks and Recreation Board, the Brentwood Park Board and was instrumental in forming the partnership between Williamson County and the city of Brentwood to construct the Indoor Soccer Arena at Crockett Park. The soccer arena was renamed the Joe Reagan Field in his honor in 2019.