Suzanne (Suzie) Radtke 58 of Kaukauna earned the wings of an Angel on November 7, 2019 and is now resting comfortably in the arms of Jesus. Born January 3, 1961 in Sheboygan, Suzie was a daughter of Thomas E. and Bonita J. (Bonnie) Loeffler Radtke. She attended Sheboygan-area schools, was confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran Church and graduated from James Madison School with the class of 1982.
Suzie led a meaningful life having worked at RCS in Sheboygan, Brook Industries in Fond du lac, Fox River Industries in Berlin, the Ripon Pizza Hut and Headwaters in Rhinelander, and she especially enjoyed her volunteer work at Juliette Manor in Berlin. She was active in the Special Olympics in running, basketball and bowling to name a few events. Suzie loved going to the golf course and ice fishing with Dad, snowmobiling in Green Lake and the Northwoods and spending lots of time working on her books and listening to polka and Christmas music and coloring pictures for Mom. She was an avid Packers fan and watched the games decked out in her Packers gear. Suzie was a joy to be around and lit up a room wherever she went. She was a sweet, kind person who loved to read her Bible and never judged anyone. Having family around was the most important thing to her.
Suzie is survived by her parents, Tom and Bonnie Radtke, Kaukauna, two brothers, Jeff of Sheboygan and Tom (Bill) of Wyndmoor, PA, one sister, Debra (Scott) Kaczmarek of Kaukauna, two nephews, Alex and Sebastian, one niece, Emma, one Aunt Cathy Radtke and two cousins, Shelley (Adam) Ball and Chad (Adrienne) Radtke.
She was preceded in death by her grandparents, Fredrick and Dorothy Radtke and Willard and Adeline Loeffler, her Uncle, David Radtke and her beloved dog Lady.
Visitation for Suzie will be held from 10:00 a.m. until 12 noon on Monday, November 11, 2019 at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 601 S. Washington Street in Combined Locks, WI, with a celebration of her life beginning at 12 noon with Pastor Nate Gauerke officiating. A Service of Committal will be held at 11am on Tuesday at the Sheboygan Lutheran Cemetery with the Rev. James L. Hartman officiating.
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to the Christ the King Special Needs Ministry.
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