Francis "Pat" Reardon
Commander, United States Navy
a contemporary press report:
Francis Patrick "Pat" Reardon, 73, a retired Navy commander who had been a management consultant at Northern Virginia concerns from the mid-1960s until retiring again in 1996, died of congestive heart failure September 4, 1998 at Bethesda Naval Hospital.
Over the years he had worked for PRC, CACI, the McLachlen Research Corp. and KRW.
Commander Reardon, who lived in McLean, was a South Dakota native and a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He entered the Navy in World War II and was commissioned in 1946. He served aboard ships and held staff and intelligence posts before retiring from active duty in 1965.
During his Navy career, he had served with the U.N. in the Congo and Indonesia and had been an assistant Naval attache in Cairo. His last assignment was at the Pentagon.
Survivors include his wife of 50 years, Margaret
Katherine Reardon of McLean; a son, Tiff, of Lake Ridge; four daughters,
Kathleen Robbins of Centreville, Deborah Domick of Annapolis, and Patricia
Ohleger and Barbara Thoresen, both of Manassas; a sister, Betty Turner
of San Antonio; and 13 grandchildren.
On Friday, September 4, 1998, of McLean, VA,
loving husband of Margaret K. Reardon; father of Pat Ohleger, Debi Demick,
Tiff Reardon, Kathy Robbins and Barb Thoresen. Also survived by one sister
and 13 grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at the Ft.
Myer Memorial Chapel on Monday, September 28, 1998, at 12:45 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery with full military honors. Memorial contributions
may be made to the Navy/Marine Corps Relief Society, 801 N. Randolph St.,
Suite 1228, Arlington, VA 22203-1978 or Fisher House, 24 Stokes Rd., Bethesda,