|March 26, 2019
It is with great sadness I report the passing of a brother Knight. I was informed late on Monday evening that PGK Reggie Tardif had passed away after a brief illness. Brother Tardif’s wake is to be held at the Conte-Giamberardino Funeral home in Georgetown on Thursday, March 28th from 4-8 PM. There will be a Mass of Christian Burial on Friday March 29th held at St. Mary’s Parish in Georgetown at 11:00 AM.
Reggie’s son, Bryan, has requested a Knights of Columbus wake service be held for his father. Therefore, I am asking for his Brother Knights to assemble 6:30 PM at the Conte-Gamberardino funeral home for a short wake service to Honor our Brother Reggie Tardif.
Please remember Reggie, his Wife, Cynthia and sons Bryan and David on your prayers.
Bert Hanlon, GK
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