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Industry Mourns Loss of Advertising Legend Harvey Haddon

by Doug Pitorak

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Harvey Louis Haddon passed away April 26 at the age of 75.

Harvey Louis Haddon passed away Saturday, April 26; he was 75 years old. An obituary in the Chicago Sun-Times states a memorial service will be held April 30 at noon at Chicago Jewish Funerals, 8851, Skokie Blvd. in Skokie.

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Born July 31, 1938 to parents Murray and Jean, Harvey Haddon was the husband of Audra Hall-Haddon; father to Robert Haddon, Laura Haddon, Terri Haddon, and the late Michael Haddon; grandfather of Carty, A.J., Emily and Kyle; brother of James Haddon and Rabbi Jon Haddon.

For more than 25 years, Haddon owned Haddon Advertising, the agency he founded that produced campaigns for Visa, American Express and others. Haddon created Firestar Communications in 1995, an award-winning real estate marketing company that played a key role in the sale of more than $6 billion in real estate. In 2010, Haddon formed a new real estate advertisement agency, CMR Group.

The family requests that donations be made to The Amyloidosis Foundation, Inc., 7151 N. Main St. Ste. 2, Clarkston, MI, 48346. For more information, visit www.amyloidosis.org or call (877) 269-5643. For arrangements by Chicago Jewish Funerals Skokie Chapel, call (847) 229-8822 or visit www.cjfinfo.com.

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