Robert F. Reddington, Sr.
February 20, 1938 - November 27, 2020
Robert F Reddington, Sr. of Holmdel and Long Branch passed peacefully on November 27, 2020 at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. A descendant of the Reddington clan from Inishmicatreer, a small Island in Louth Corrib, County Galway, Ireland. Robert was born in Jersey City, February 20th, 1938. He matriculated from Regis High School in NYC, and went on to graduate from St. Peter’s College in 1962 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics. His career began as an Actuary with a large insurance company and later at AT&T and Actuarial Science Associates. Bob was a fellow in The Conference of Consulting Actuaries; a member of the American Academy of Actuaries, Associate of the Society of Actuaries, an Enrolled Actuary, as well as, a member of several international actuarial organizations.
Bob loved spending time with his grandchildren and he loved sports. He was a longtime friend of Bill W. Bob was known for his generosity, quick-wit, and was happiest when helping others.
Bob’s greatest love was his wife of over 61 years, Rosemarie. Whether it was spending time in Ireland or cruising the world, they were always together. Bob and Rose loved each other more on their last day than on their wedding day. Our world is a better place for those whose paths he crossed.
Bob is survived by his beloved Rosemarie, his children Michael (Anne), Mary, Robert (Christine), Deirdri (Maya), Patrick (Dawn), his brother Raymond (Nora), his 11 grandchildren, one great grandchild and many nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his daughter, Robin.
Visitation: Thursday, December 3rd from 4pm to 8pm at the Holmdel Funeral Home, 26 South Holmdel Road, Holmdel. Mass of Christian Burial, Friday, December 4th at 10:30am announced at the Church of St. Catharine, 108 Middletown Road, Holmdel. To share a favorite memory of Bob or send a message of condolence, please visit his page of tributes at www.holmdelfuneralhome.com.
In order to accommodate all of Bob’s family and friends, we ask that you please be brief while visiting so that all guests can safely pay their respects. COVID19 regulations require masks and social distancing.