A memorial service for George Kenneth Radin, 55, Eudora, will be 2 pm Sunday March 24, 2013 at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home. He died Friday, March 15, 2013, at his home.
He was born in Detroit, MI., the son of George and Wilma Wagoner Radin.
He married Lorie Gassek for 7 years and later they divorced.
George and Christine met in 1984 and dated a year before he proposed. George married Christine Smith on November 1, 1985 in Milan, MI.
In 1978, George started working for General Motors. He was 21 years old. George and Christine Radin had their only daughter in 1988. Three years later in 1991 George, Christine and Starr moved to Burleson, TX to another General Motors Plant to further George’s career. George then transferred his family again in 1994 to Eudora, KS where they remain. He was able to see 35 years with the company.
Some of George’s likes were riding his Harley with family on beautiful summer days, spending time with friends, and exercising on his days off.
Survivors include his wife, Christine, Eudora; a daughter, Starr H., Lawrence; two grandchildren, Andrew H., and Jesse Jr. H., Lawrence; a sister Connie H., MI; a nephew Josh H., MI.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Bikers For Babies, or Toys For Tots. Sent in care of the Funeral Home.
Messages & Condolences
Chris and Starr,
I was just stunned to hear of George passing away. I can’t tell you how sorry I am, he was such a nice man. If there’s anything you need let me know. Your in my thoughts and prayers.
Chris, I am so sorry for you loss. We just saw you and George in the Eudora grocery store last month. George was a great father and role model and awesome friend to my daughter and to Jami. Many weekends spent at your house that made fond memories that will be cherished by the girls. My prayers are with you Starr and your grandchildren.
Did not know George well. You have been quiet neighbors. However, Christine and Star, Pennie and I send our deepest sympathies and wish you well.
I can not believe that he is gone. George was like a second dad to me. He was such a hard worker and a loving father and devoted husband. My prayers are with you Starr and Chris
Chris, Starr, and Jesse
George had been through a lot, he’s at peace now. My prayers and deepest symtpathy are with you. Working with George was always exciting, we always talked about Michigan and family especially how much he loved you. He will be truly missed.
God bless and keep you strong,
Chris, Starr and Jesse, I am so sorry. You know if you need anything, just call.
My deepest sympathys go out to you and your family. George was a great guy to be around and work with he will be dearly missed. Dean
I am so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
My prayers are with all of you. Remeber if
I can do anything at all Please call me..
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