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MAYOR DENISE ANN REDDON
Denise A. Reddon, 58, passed away on Sunday, July 25, 2010, at the Barnes Kasson Hospital, in Susquehanna, PA, after an illness.
Denise is predeceased by her grandparents Edward and Susan VanAken and Frank and Clara Reddon.
She is survived by her parents Robert and Mary Jane (VanAken) Reddon; two sisters Roberta Kelly, and Kathy Reddon; three brothers Edward Reddon, Frank Reddon, and Robert Reddon, Jr.; nieces and nephews TJ Kelly, Dan Kelly, Robert Reddon, Lauren Reddon, Billy Reddon, Jon Reddon, Tim Reddon, Sarah Reddon, Christopher Cavanaugh, Kevin Cavanaugh, Ashlee Getter, and Nolan Reddon; and several special friends.
Denise was a graduate of Niagara University and Marywood University from which she received her Masters Degree. She spent 27 years teaching at the Susquehanna Community School District, during which time she held the title of Athletic Director, and coached many teams including 8th and 9th grade, Junior Varsity, and Varsity Girls Basketball, Softball, Cheerleading, and Girls Volleyball. She also was a certified CPR instructor for the American Red Cross. Denise was an avid golfer who spent many of her summers working at the Golden Oak Golf Course. Currently Denise was serving her second term as the Mayor of Susquehanna, PA. Throughout her lifetime Denise received numerous awards for her leadership and teaching skills. She cared deeply about the students she taught and the community. Denise will be missed dearly by her community, friends, and most of all her loving family.
A mass of Christian burial was offered at the St. John’s Church, in Susquehanna, PA, on Thursday, July 29, 2010, with Rev. Cramer and Rev. King officiating.
Burial was held in the North Jackson Cemetery, North Jackson PA.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Denise Reddon Scholarship fund that will be available at the People’s National Bank, or the Barnes Kasson Hospital, Susquehanna, PA.
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