Obituary of Dennis F Reardon
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OXFORD- Dennis F. Reardon, formerly of PA and MA. Dennis was born in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine on January 18, 1946, he passed away peacefully on March 10, 2023 at the Rose Monahan Hospice Center. Dennis was the son of the late Paul and Madeline (Cook) Reardon. He leaves his children, Marsha Hafferty & her husband Michael and Heather Reardon. He leaves his grandchildren: Patrick Hafferty and his wife Santean, Andrew Hafferty and his wife Rebecca, and Jason Nowak. He also leaves his great-grandsons, Liam and Nolan Hafferty. Dennis also leaves his sister Sheryl Polichak of Maine and his brothers, Ronald and his wife Sue of Florida, and Galen and his wife Helen of Tennessee. As well as his nieces and nephews and many friends in both Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. Dennis was a sheet metal mechanic for many years. He was a Mason at Oxford Masonic Lodge. Dennis' many hobbies included hunting and fishing, he especially loved square dancing and being a caller. The family would like to thank the staff at the Rose Monahan Hospice Center and at the Sunrise Senior Living in Wayland for their caring and compassion. Calling hours will be from 5 to 7 pm at Bartel Funeral Home in Dudley, MA on Sunday March 12 . In lieu of flowers, please consider making a charitable donation to Rose Monahan or the Alzheimer's Association. There will be a private burial at the family plot in Maine. Bartel Funeral Home & Chapel 33 Schofield Avenue Dudley is directing arrangements. Dennis 's online guestbook is at www.bartelfuneralhome.comTo plant a beautiful memorial tree in memory of Dennis Reardon, please visit our Tree Store
Visitation at Funeral Home
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 12, 2023
Bartel Funeral Home
33 Schofield Avenue
Dudley, Massachusetts, United States
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