November 17, 1933 – Monday, July 30, 2007
St. Mary’s Catholic Church
Thursday, August 1, 2007
Dennis C.Reardon, age 73, of Waverly, died Monday, July 30,2007 at Cokato Manor. He was born in Marysville Township, Wright County on November 17, 1933, the son of Charles T. and Adelaide M. Claessens Reardon. He honorably served his country in the United States Army. On June 8, 1957, Dennis Reardon and Rosemary Loebertmann were joined in holy marriage at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Winsted. God blessed their marriage with five children. Dennis was formerly employed as a machinist for many years. He was a faithful member of the Church of St. Mary in Waverly and belonged to the Knights of Columbus Council #1556. Dennis also belonged to Charles Claessen American Legion Post # 305, was a former Waverly city councilman, a past Waverly city clerk and a long-time Waverly volunteer fireman. He also was active in the Waverly Booster Club. Dennis enjoyed fishing, the Minnesota Twins, baking, making jam, gardening, jigsaw puzzles and watching westerns.
Survived by loving wife, Rosemary Reardon; children Patricia (Ray) Munson of Howard Lake, Barbara (Mark) Gleason of Shorewood, Daniel (Denise) Reardon of Cokato and Nancy (Stephen) Engel of Mounds View; eight grandchildren, three great grandchildren; brothers and sisters: Robert Reardon of St. Paul, Jeanne Painschab, Joe (Mary) Reardon and Harold Reardon all of Waverly,Ankie Ostman of Duluth, Mary (Don)Klingelhoets of Waverly and Berni Reardon of Waverly; many other relatives and friends. Preceded in death by a son,Charles Thomas “ Chuck” Reardon, a sister, Teresa Zeleny (Mrs. Joseph) and parents Charles T. and Adelaide Reardon.
Mass of Christian Burial for Dennis Reardon was held on Thursday, August 2nd at The Church of St. Mary in Waverly. Father Timothy Cloutier was the Celebrant.
A visitation was held on Wednesday, August 1st at Chilson Funeral Home in Winsted from 4-8 P.M. A Prayer Service was held at 7:00 P.M.
Casket Bearers were Sam Gleason, Bill Munson, Paul Reardon, Pete Reardon, Ted Painschab and Jerry Decker.
Memorials are suggested to St. Mary’s East Window Restoration Fund.