Obituary: Ralph K. Reardon
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 28 Feb 1991, p. 154, 157


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Ralph K. Reardon, 82, formerly of Wilmette, died Feb. 23, 1991 at St. Theresa Medical Center, Waukegan. He was 82. Mr. Reardon was formerly fire chief of Wilmette, and retired in 1958. A native of Sandusky, Ohio. Mr. Reardon is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; a son, Roger, of Northbrook; a daughter, Patricia Stoffel of Waukegan; seven grand children and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving are his four sisters, Ruth Ottney, Mildred Larkins, Dorothy Fletchner, and Sister Mary Gregory, a nun, all of Ohio.
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Full obituary available at Wilmette Public Library

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28 Feb 1991
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Wilmette.News.97067
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English
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Obituary: Ralph K. Reardon


Ralph K. Reardon, 82, formerly of Wilmette, died Feb. 23, 1991 at St. Theresa Medical Center, Waukegan. He was 82. Mr. Reardon was formerly fire chief of Wilmette, and retired in 1958. A native of Sandusky, Ohio. Mr. Reardon is survived by his wife, Mary Ellen; a son, Roger, of Northbrook; a daughter, Patricia Stoffel of Waukegan; seven grand children and four great-grandchildren. Also surviving are his four sisters, Ruth Ottney, Mildred Larkins, Dorothy Fletchner, and Sister Mary Gregory, a nun, all of Ohio.