Mark Reda Death – Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication mourn the death of Mark Reda. He was working at Arizona State University Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication before he died. In comments made on Facebook after he passed away, he was described as a kind man who was a friend and mentor to many people around him. He was married to his beautiful wife, Jeri Miller-Reda and the union was blessed with wonderful children.
What happened to Mark Reda?
Mark Reda was a dedicated man, he was loyal to his family members and friends. He worked at Freelance TV and Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Mark was the Former Coordinating Producer at Fox Sports Arizona, Video Director at Central Christian Church, Former Broadcast Producer at Arizona Diamondbacks, Former Production Graphics at Freelance TV and Former Assistant Manager at Mann’s National Theatre. He studied BA English Literature at University of California, Los Angeles.
Isaac Easley posted that “they say a legacy are seeds you plant that you never get to see grow. Take solace in knowing that you had an enormous impact on all of us and will never forget you. It truly was an honor to film your wedding and I hope I was able to bring you joy on your special day. Prayers out to Jeri Miller-Reda and the rest of the fam.”
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Mark Reda obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by family members
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