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1963 James 2020

James C. Reardon

October 5, 1963 — July 18, 2020

Seneca Falls - James C. Reardon, 56, of Auburn, NY, formerly of Seneca Falls, NY, passed away, unexpectedly, Saturday, (July 18, 2020).

There will be no prior calling hours. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Contributions may be sent in Jim's name to The Seneca Falls Recreation Center,35 Water St., Seneca Falls, NY 13148.

Jim was born in Seneca Falls, NY on October 5, 1963, the son of Joan (Battle) Allbright, and the Late James Reardon. Jim received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from St. John Fisher. He was a former employee of Seneca County Department of Human Services where he was the Supervisor of Adult Protective Services. Jim was formerly employed with Seneca Falls House of Concern and was the Consumer Advocate for The Seneca County Connection Program. He was a former member of the Board of Directors Child Care Council of the finger lakes. Jim also was the past President and Vice President of the Seneca Falls Little League and coached various youth sport's programs at Seneca Falls Recreation Center.

His Sons: Connor Reardon, Seneca Falls, NY
Matthew Reardon, Seneca Falls, NY
His Mother - Joan (Battle) Allbright, Auburn, NY
2 - Sisters: Kathleen Mosher, Auburn, NY
Maureen (Keith) Armitage, Canton, Mich.
3 - step-sisters - Nancy Gambino
Margaret (John) Lynch, Geneva, NY
Mary Jo (Michael) McManus, Enfield, Conn.

Besides his father, Jim is predeceased by his Brother, William Reardon; Niece, Amy Armitage, step-father, Richard Allbright

Please consider leaving a condolence in memory of Jim at:
Arrangements are the direction of Doran Funeral Home, Seneca Falls, NY
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