In Memory

Doris Radtke (Beedle)

Doris Radtke (Beedle)Doris Beedle
July 25, 1942 - March 08, 2019

Doris Beedle, age 76, of Meadville, passed away March 8, 2019, at AristaCare. She was born July 25, 1942, in Meadville to the late Carl and Mildred (Blair) Radtke.
Doris graduated from Meadville High School. She was a waitress at the Kmart restaurant. Her greatest joy in life was dancing. She also loved flowers and hummingbirds.
She is survived by one son, Timothy S. Beedle of Atlantic, PA and one daughter, Kimberly Beedle of Lincoln, Nebraska; one granddaughter, Amanda Beedle of Joplin, MO; one great-granddaughter, Jaylynn Beedle of Joplin, MO; one sister, Leona Clayton and her husband, Gerald of Meadville, PA; a niece Sheri Strich and her husband, David of Andover, OH and their children, Samuel and Ashley and her nephew, Todd Clayton of Meadville, PA and his children Elizabeth Clayton, Emilee Clayton, Erica Clayton all of Meadville and Ethan Hayes, Melissa Clayton and Alexa Clayton all of Saegertown and many cousins.
A private family burial will take place in Watson Run Cemetery.
Memorial contributions can be made in Doris' name to American Association for Cancer Research Foundation, 615 Chestnut Street, 17th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19106.
Please sign Doris' guestbook at www.hatheway-tedesco.com.



 
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03/16/19 08:27 PM #1    

Paul O. Walker

I am another MASH Class of 1960 classmate, originally from Vernon Township, who lived with my family (from our births - both in 1942) in my family’s home along Murray Road until mid-1948, while you and your sister, Leona, and your family, lived along US 19/322.  Our back lawns were nearly adjacent.  Although my family moved to West Mead Township in mid-1948, you and Leona were my very first close childhood and neighborhood friends. 

May our good Lord bless your family that remains, and may you forever rest in peace.

Paul O. Walker, Classmate


03/22/19 03:51 PM #2    

Joyce Miller (Nedley)

I knew Doris from grade school days.  We had many good times and enjoyed our sleep overs when stayed awake talking and laughing.  She was a fun friend.


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