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Matthew J. Reddington

Matthew J. Reddington

Tuesday, November 17th, 1959 - Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
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Obituary

Matthew J. Reddington, 60, of East Earl, died Saturday, May 23, 2020, at his home.
Born in Jacksonville, Florida, he was a son of the late Leslie and Josephine (Kostival) Reddington.
Matthew worked for many years as a field tech, wiring bank security systems.
He served for 13 years in the US Army from 1977-1992. He was a member of the New Holland American Legion Post 662.
He enjoyed cooking on the grill, and hiking at Money Rocks with his dog, “Hound Dog”.
Surviving are two children, Brian Reddington and Cheryl Ellis; two siblings, Mark Reddington of East Earl, and Melissa Reddington of Denver; and two nephews, Brandon Reddington of Lititz, and Chase McEldorney of Denver.
A private graveside service will be held at Ranck’s United Methodist Cemetery at the convenience of the family. To send the family online condolences visit us at www.groffeckenroth.com. Arrangements are by Groff-High Funeral Home, New Holland.
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  • Interment

    Location
    Ranck's United Methodist Cemetery
    Address
    700 Ranck Rd.
    NEW HOLLAND, PA
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    Notes
    A private graveside service will be held at the convenience of the family.

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  • American
  • Army

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Eamonn McGeady

Posted at 08:58am
I served with Matthew in C Troop, 1/11 ACR in Fulda, Germany in 1987/1988. I remember him as being a great cavalryman and leader. He and his team were always squared away—and he helped our troop be one of the best in the Blackhorse Regiment.
My sincere condolences to his family and friends. He was a comrade that will be missed.
COLD STEEL! ALLONS!
Eamonn McGeady
C Troop Commander
‘86 - ‘88
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Mark Turner

Posted at 01:32am
Dear Matt,
From Büdingen, Germany to Ft. Knox, Kentucky we were proud to serve our County. Your service is now complete and that too soon. Rest in peace and love my friend until we meet again at Fidler's Green.
MF

Mike Fitzgerald

Posted at 06:17pm
Rest in peace Brother. From Fulda to Fort Polk we had some goodtimes. One Great Scout and NCO! We taught those Grunts how to Shoot Move and Communicate at Polk when they got their Bradley's. Thought about you this weekend while I was in Galveston TX this weekend. It was thirty years ago to the day we took that trip to Galveston and had such a blast we drove back the next weekend. Miss ya brother...Until we meet again.
RM

Richard Madrill

Posted at 11:38pm
Rip mat. It was a pleasure serving with you. Great times in buedigin. See you on the other side. May your soul rest in peace.
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BM

Bob Montoya

Posted at 02:46pm
We had great adventures together. We were soldiers. We will meet again on the Fiddlers Green. Rest in peace brother....ALLONS!
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