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Nancy Hardon, age 83, born in Englewood, New Jersey on November 23, 1922, died peacefully on March 31, 2006 due to congestive heart complications. Her loving family was gathered together as she made her peaceful transition to be reunited with
loved ones. Mrs. Hardon lived in Scottsdale, Arizona since 1970. Before retiring, she was the executive secretary to the former owner of the Carefree Inn and Resort. In 1946 during World War II, she served in Stuttgart, Germany as secretary to the Chief of Telecommunications for U.S. Intelligence with the Civil Censorship Division. She later served as confidential secretary for the executive officers for the Frankfurt Military Post and the American Forces Network Radio AFN. While living in Brussels, Belgium she was the confidential secretary to the Chief of the Air Force Section at the American Embassy. She was an exceptional tennis player, wife, mother and Nana. She possessed a rare ability to keep track of important events and celebrations, and to maintain a lifelong correspondence with family and friends. Mrs. Hardon was married for 47 years to Cornelis Johannes Hardon II, her "adoring Kees", who predeceased her in 1994. Their first born son, Jeffrey Kees Hardon predeceased them in 1978 at only 29 years of age. She is survived by her daughter, Pamela Jayne Soles of Woodland Hills, CA., and by her son Cornelis Johannes (Neil) Hardon III and his wife, her daughter-in-law Shelley Beth Hardon of Phoenix, AZ. She is also survived by her grandchildren: Jeffrey Sky Holm and Ashley Brooke Holm of Woodland Hills, CA. and by Heather Rochelle Hardon, Cornelis Johannes (Neil) Hardon IV, and Casey James Hardon of Phoenix, AZ. She is also survived by her daughter-in-law Stephanie Hartung of Sunriver, Oregon. She is also survived by her nephew Barry Seiden and her nieces Jill Anolik and Shari Toron and their families from New Jersey. She is survived by many nephews and nieces in Holland from her husband's family as well. She will be deeply missed by her family and many friends, but she will remain in our thoughts, prayers, and hearts forever. There will be a private family memorial service in Tucson, AZ. Donations in Nancy's name may be made to the American Heart Association. Arrangements by Messinger Indian School Mortuary.
Published in The Arizona Republic on Apr. 11, 2006
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