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Reardon, Everett E. 1898 - 1974


Posted By: Norman Hjelmeland (email)
Date: 4/14/2021 at 00:02:19

Everett E. Reardon, well-known Decorah businessman, died January 30 at Veterans Memorial Hospital in Waukon. Mr. Reardon had owned and operated Reardon's Locker and Produce Plant in Decorah from 1933 until his retirement a few years ago.
Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. David W. Ash Saturday, Feb. 2 at Steine Funeral Home with burial in Phelps Cemetery. Pallbearers were D.W. Hinz, Dave Taylor, Norviel Haugen, Nels Bakken, Oscar Skaim and Charles Rooney. Mrs. Ransome Bolson was organist and accompanied Mrs. W.D. Willer who sang two solos. Mr. Reardon was a member of the Elks Lodge and members attended in a body to pay final respects.
Mr. Reardon is survived by his wife, Eva; a daughter, Mrs. Charles (Everetta) Coffeen, Decorah; two grandsons, Michael R. Coffeen of New York City and Paul C. Coffeen of Missoula, Mont. and a sister, Mrs. Alvin Walter of Denver. Colo.
He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister and twin brothers.
Everett Reardon was born July 24, 1898 in Farmersburg, Ia., the son of Daniel P. and Adeline Reardon. He received his education in the rural schools in the Farmersburg area.
During World War I, he served in the United States Air Force and on May 5, 1919 he was married in Dubuque to the former Eva Nelson. The couple had previously lived in McGregor, Ia. and Caledonia, Minn. before moving to Decorah where they lived at 900 Pleasant Ave.
Mr. Reardon also was a member of the Oneota Country Club.

Decorah Public Opinion, February 5, 1974

Phelps Cemetery

Winneshiek Obituaries maintained by Bruce Kuennen.
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