Oliver Reardon

Naples, Florida

Aug 29, 1928 – Jan 15, 2011 (Age 82)


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Oliver "Ashby" Reardon Naples, FL Alexandria, VA

Oliver "Ashby" Reardon of Naples, FL and Alexandria, VA, died January 15, 2011 in Naples.

He was predeceased by his parents, Oliver Ashby Reardon Sr. and Jessica Reardon.

Surviving relatives include his...

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My thoughts and prayers are with you all. What fun times we all had growing up in Alexandria,I'll never forget.
Dottie Cole Hooff

My good friend Ashby from Alexandria was a BREATH OF FRESH AIR! I am so very sorry to hear the news of his death and send my greatest condolences to his family.
Ryland Burnett, NYC

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this most difficult time. Your Dad was a great man and he will always be remembered.
Marjorie Harris, Vicki Warren, & Jim Brigman

Ashby will be missed at the coffee roundtable in Alexandria. He was a fine man and good friend with a sense of humor in most situations. My condolences to his family.
Steve Fogleman (Alexandria, VA)

Ashby was an inspiration to a young man...in so many ways. I think he was the funniest, least politically correct, bon vivant in the finest sense. He literally defied gravity. He was never dull, certainly. "There ’s hope a great man’s memory may outlive his life half a year." Hamlet

Some people are larger than life and Ashby was certainly one of them. He could fill the room with his laughter and stories. He had a heart of gold and was a true friend. My sincere condolences to Carey, Julie, Jennifer, Brian and Phyllis.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of Ashby's family. We really enjoyed many good times with Ashby in his Alexandria days, especially morning coffees at Shumans. He was truly "one of a kind" and we'll miss him.
Lonny and Teddy

It is hard to believe that Ashby is gone. I will certainly remember the sense of humor and his frank manner. He loved golf and having a good time. I always enjoyed the chance to see him and hear his latest stories. I will miss him and wish his family the best at this sad time.

Not only will Alexandria never be the same, but neither will the whole world. Ashby really was unique and one of the most delightful gents to be around in any social situation. When we next meet, and we will, he still owes me a ride in the Stinson, but we won't need the chute this time.
Temple Moore