Judy Reardon Obituary, Death – Judy Reardon is one of the few people who have had such an impact on both my personal and professional lives in the same way that they have. During the time that I served in the New Hampshire State Senate, the office of the Governor, and the United States Senate, Judy was a member of my staff and performed a variety of tasks for me. These included the roles of Counsel, Legislative Director, and Senior Advisor. But she was much more than that to me; she was a trusted confidante and a close friend. She was someone I could talk to about anything. She was there for me when we expanded kindergarten for New Hampshire children; she was there when we defended the Affordable Care Act in the United States Senate; she was there when we expanded kindergarten for New Hampshire children; she was there when we defended the Affordable Care Act in the United States Senate, and she was there for me through every difficult re-election.
She helped me defend the reproductive rights of women in New Hampshire. Judy has devoted her entire life to working for the benefit of others, particularly with the intention of making life simpler for people living in New Hampshire. In addition, she spent a lot of years acting as a mentor and instructor to a significant number of people who worked for me, in addition to younger activists who were eager to learn from her and collaborate with her. Judy was fiercely loyal to the people who were important to her, and she possessed a ferocious and unyielding spirit that served as a driving force in her professional life.
I am heartbroken by her passing, as is everyone else who will miss her, but I am grateful that she chose to devote her time and attention to my office, my staff, and the causes that we all cared about. Although I am heartbroken by her passing, I am grateful that she chose to do so. I will hold on to those memories for as long as I live, and I will find solace in the knowledge that her legacy will continue on in the lives of the men and women she guided. During this trying time, her sister Patty and her brother-in-law Rik are in my thoughts and prayers. I am thinking of and praying for both of them.