(February 22, 1905-June 30, 1980)
Norwood-Funeral services for Mildred J. Reagan, 75, of 39 Baldwin Avenue, Norwood, were held this morning at 9 a.m. at St. Andrew's Church, Norwood, with the Rev. John Wiley, officiating. Interment will be in the Reagan Family Mausoleum, in Calvary Cemetery, Norwood.Mrs. Reagan was killed instantly in a one car accident, June 30, 1980, in North Syracuse in which the operator of the car, her husband Edward, was seriously injured.
Surviving besides her husband are a son, Robert, Norwood; two daughters, Mrs. Lynn Roecker, North Syracuse, Mrs. Arlene Woodward, Star Lake; six grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. Inez Hayes, St. Petersburg, Fla., Mrs. Leonard (Hilda) Plumb, Norfolk, Mrs. Curry (Irene) Lamar, New Port Richie, Fla., Mrs. Carl (Loretta) Manchester, Richville; two brothers, Alfred Bond, Ogdensburg, and Raymond Bond, Norwood.
Mrs. Reagan was born in Newton Falls, February 22, 1905, the daughter of James and Josephine Thibault Bond. She graduated from the local high school and the Syracuse Central Business School.
In August of 1923, she was married to Edward Reagan.
Mrs. Reagan worked as a secretary at the Martin Pulp and Paper Mill and later formed and managed the M. J. Reagan Company, a fuel oil, bottled gas and appliance store.
Mrs. Reagan was a member of St. Andrew's Church.
(This obituary was provided by Robert E. Reagan, Potsdam)