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Timothy Joseph Reardon

September 25, 1964 - December 3, 2021


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    Lauren Aigner says

    I will always remember Timmy with a smile on his face, I can remember him laughing. We will be missed by many. Darlene call me if you need anything. Love you.

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    You will be missed dearly by many. You always made people laugh. Please give Ma and Brian a hug from me. I am still in denial. RIP my silly, goofy baby Brat Reardon. I will hold in my heart and keep you with me.

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    Alohana L Jackson says

    Tim was always upbeat and a fantastic painter. He was careful about his work and paid attention to the details. HIs love for Darlene was so deep. I always enjoyed his company and the world lost a strong man too early.

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    Brian O'Reilly says

    Rest in Peace Tim…. 🙏

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    Brian Lynch says

    Tim always liked to make people laugh! He will always be known as a great friend . You will be missed!

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    pat&larry says

    to my timmy we will miss you so much timmy all the fun we had you were so funny and kind sent with love larry&pat

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    Cheryl MacDonald says

    Timmy was such a sweet, happy soul who you loved to be around. He always made the day brighter and will be lovingly missed by so many. Rest in peace and spread your angel wings! Love always Cheryl and Bill Mac

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    Richard Downey says

    Tim you’re such a loyal friend I didn’t realize how bad you had it I just lost my wife and we can go Tuesday, November 23 just buried as Wednesday I know you still going to be out there together and being happy God bless you and your family I’m so sorry I love you my friend

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    John To says

    To my very close friend….you will be missed tremendously…you will be in my thoughts forever..I love you!!! My prayers go out to your family..your friend forever..Jack

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    John Austin says

    To my very close friend will be missed…. I love you

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    patricia says

    ill miss you timmy you always made me laugh forever ill miss you so much luv always&forever pat

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    Joanne Austin Kemp says

    Was so sorry to hear of Timmy’s passing. He was such a nice, funny guy. 💕🙏

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    Diana DiCicco says

    So sorry for your loss, I grew up with the Readons but lost touch over the years…hang in there my thoughts & prayers sent to all who loved him…

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    Brittney says

    I will always remember Tim’s funny laugh and his kind heart. I always enjoyed him and Darlenes company and the many fun parties they invited me and my kids too. I hope you are finally resting easy. Sending my love to Darlene and all of Tim’s family.

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Timothy Joseph Reardon, 57, passed away on December 3, 2021. He was born in Dorchester, Massachusetts, on September 25, 1964, to Harold Reardon and Carol (Mace) Mason.

Tim was a great family man. In 2000, he married the love of his life, Darlene Halpin, also from Boston. Together, they parented three children. Tim was a lifelong painter, and even owned his own painting company, Patriot Painting. He really enjoyed watching football, especially the world’s greatest team, the New England Patriots. Tim and the family went on many family vacations, traveling all over. A couple of his favorite hot spots were Las Vegas and Jamaica. Above all else, the time Tim was able to share with his family and loved ones will never be forgotten and his memory will live on with them in their hearts.

Tim is survived by his wife of 21 years, Darlene Reardon; his children, Joshua Walker, Amanda (Zach) Weightman, and Brian Reardon; his grandsons, Sam and Zach Weightman; his siblings, Hal Reardon, Michael Mason, and Cheryl Reardon; his nieces and nephews, Crystal Reardon, Kevin Mason, Christopher Mason, Stacy Carnes, and Jaime Carnes.

Tim is preceded in death by his parents; his brother, Brian Reardon; and his grandson, David Lee Walker.

A Memorial Service will be held at the Chapel at Crossroads Church in Newburgh, Indiana, on Monday, December 6, 2021 beginning at 1pm.  Sunset Funeral Home is assisting the family during this time.