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Albert S. Reddington

December 02, 1934 - May 05, 2022


Albert S. Reddington

December 02, 1934 - May 05, 2022


Obituary For Albert S. Reddington

Albert S. Reddington passed away peacefully on May 5th. Born on December 2, 1934, Al is survived by his loving wife Christine (Cheney). Proud father of Dennis and his wife Maria of Woburn and Denise and her husband Anthony Masci of Arlington. Adoring grandfather of Anthony Masci, Jr. (Julie), Christine Masci Hurd (John), Lindsay Reddington, Andrew Reddington (Jordan). Al is also survived by 9 great grandchildren. Brother of Donna Sweetland of New Hampshire. Son of the late Samuel and Marguerite Reddington. Albert was born and raised in Everett and Malden. Al served in the Air Force during the Korean War from 1952 to 1961. Being in the Air Force and serving his country as his father did was Al’s proudest accomplishment. Al then went on to a distinguished 30 year career at Polaroid, quickly rising to the top as a result of being a self learner. Upon retirement Christine and Al moved to Naples, Florida where they spent 20 happy years. Al will be remembered for singing at many Naples venues. Music was Al’s joy. Al had an abundant knowledge of history. He always had a book in hand, and will be remembered for knowing the answer to all our questions. Our husband, dad, and papa Al will be sorely missed.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend a service on Thursday May 12th at 12:30 pm at the New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery, 110 Daniel Webster Hwy., Boscawen, NH 03303. Military honors will be rendered. Arrangements under the care of DeVito Funeral Home of ARLINGTON. Please visit to view an online guestbook.


12 May


12:30 PM

New Hampshire State Veterans Cemetery 110 Daniel Webster Hwy. Boscawen, NH 03303 Get Directions »
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  • 05/12/2022

    To The Masci Family and Chris, I was so sorry to hear the loss of Al. A true genuine man and gentleman. He will be missed by all! "May the pain you feel now be nothing compared to joy found memories of Al". With my deepest sympathies to all

  • 05/08/2022

    Barry, me and my mom want to say how sorry we are to hear that Al has passed. I remember him when I would babysit for Denise and Dennis. RIP Al

  • 05/07/2022

    Al was such a caring and special man. He was the Dad to my dead friend Dennis. Dennis and I worked at Polaroid as young professionals and commuted together from Derry NH to Polaroid HQ in Cambridge. Al was a senior manager at Polaroid and I learned so much from him. The Reddington's included my wife and son and I in many of their family events where we got to know Al personally. He was a family man and a first class person. We feel blessed to have known him and his beautiful family.

  • 05/07/2022

    I consider Al family. From our first meeting, and then for over thirty years, he was always kind and generous toward me and Will (brother to his daughter in-law.). He was a genuine soul to his core. As luck would have it, I was in town and decided to make an impromptu visit. I was invited in and shared conversation and laughter for a few hours. So happy I did! Al will sit high in my memory banks. Always a gentleman and as kind as one would hope their own dad would be. He will be missed, but I have a feeling there is a grand reunion taking place on the Other Side...where we'll all go someday. Blessings to family. My heart aches for you. Please know that love never dies and neither does the soul. Watch for flickering lights. As Al was quite a shining light in this world. I doubt he's done with that. xoxo

  • 05/07/2022

    Al and I worked at Polariod and became good friends. We often got together in Florida with his wife Christne and enjoyed their company, especially Al's sense of humor and when he sang. Rest in peace Al. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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