ForeverMissed

In Loving Memory of a Dear Friend

 John Robert Reardon

This site is dedicated to a special friend.  John was born on July 16, 1946 and passed from this world on August 18, 2009.  He will be greatly missed by everyone that knew him and loved him. 

John was a veteran of the United States Army.  And a retired self-employed swimming pool owner.

His survivors include his wife; Cheryl Tomko Reardon; One daughter Kellie Boyd (Chase):  One son Brad Reardon (Sarah): One step-daughter Stepanie Tomko and four grandchildren:  Laurn, Hunter, Emma Boyd and Caroline Reardon.

He was preceded in death by his parents:  Bernard Alonzo and Lily Mae Sawyer Reardon and his sister Pat May.

 

He only take the best

God saw you getting tired,

The cure was not to be

He wrapped you in His loving Arms,

And whispered "Come with Me"

You suffered much in silence,

Your spirit did not bend

You faced your pain with courage,

Until the very end

You tried so hard to stay with us

Your fight was not in vain

God took you to His loving Home

And freed you from your pain

A golden heart stopped beating,

Two working hands at rest

God broke our hearts to prove to us,

He Only Takes The Best

Posted by Kellie Boyd on October 13, 2009
I think of you every day & miss talking to you every week when you would call to check up on all of us. To me, your most important legacy is what a wonderful father you were for me. I love you.
Posted by Cheryl Tomko-reardon on September 29, 2009
you were lost and i found you.
you didn't know how to love, but you gave me more love than anyone could have in a lifetime.
i miss your your smile and your laugh but most of all i miss your love.
Posted by Nicole Tyler on August 27, 2009
I really got to know you when we went to Corinth those short times. You were are very wise man. You will truly be missed!
Posted by Shelia Tyler on August 19, 2009
Thers's a special kind of friendship, when I think about you. It's a treasure to remember all the times we've had. There's a place somewhere within my heart that only my friend can own......
Posted by Deidra Tyler on August 19, 2009
Being around you just brightened my day. Always joking and picking brought us closer to each other. Your presents on this earth may be gone but your spirt still remains. We all will miss you here in the phyical body but you will always be in my heart as a

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Posted by Kellie Boyd on October 13, 2009
I think of you every day & miss talking to you every week when you would call to check up on all of us. To me, your most important legacy is what a wonderful father you were for me. I love you.
Posted by Cheryl Tomko-reardon on September 29, 2009
you were lost and i found you.
you didn't know how to love, but you gave me more love than anyone could have in a lifetime.
i miss your your smile and your laugh but most of all i miss your love.
Posted by Nicole Tyler on August 27, 2009
I really got to know you when we went to Corinth those short times. You were are very wise man. You will truly be missed!
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Still in our HEARTS

Shared by Shelia Tyler on August 18, 2011

Well, Dear Friend, It's been two years since we had to say, "Goodbye" and time is supposed to heal the pain, but it only seens like yesterday.  Who would have thought that a friend could have put such a mark on person life.  Your knowledge, personality, and wisdom made a mark on so many people.  My wish and prayer is that some how I, myself can make a small change in someones life.  Like you did in our life.  Rest in Peace Our Dear Friend

 

Hey Neighbor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Passing of Time

Shared by Shelia Tyler on August 18, 2010

    Time is suppose to heal the hurt and pain of loosing someone.  It only seens like yesterday.  It's been 365 days since we said, "Goodbye"   Our friend is still close to our hearts.  There's not a day that passes by that I don't think of you and wish that you had longer to stay. 

 R.I.P Dear Friend

Hey Neighbor

Shared by Shelia Tyler on August 27, 2009

Hey neighbor will be one of the special things, I will miss about my friend John. 
Everytime we would go by their home, John would be setting on the porch facing the lake. The first thing you would hear John said was "Hey Neighbor!  Come on up here and have a seat".  He would always ask about our girls and ask how they were doing.  John was one of the most unselfish people, that I have ever met.  Our friendship was far to short.  My trust has always been in the Lord and I know that he don't make mistakes. So we will cherish the time we spend with John and Cheryl.