Clarence C. Radewahn


Birth: March 27th, 1927
Death: March 9th, 2013
Age: 85 years
Residence:Lake, Michigan
Previous Residence(s):Saginaw, MI
Survived By: Surviving are his wife Gladys; children, Amy Radewahn of Saginaw MI, Thomas (Lynn) Radewahn of Saginaw, Sue (Randy )Beck of Antioch California, Mary Radewahn of Rancho Mirage California, Patricia Kotch of Saginaw, Nancy Radewahn of Bellevue, Nebraska, Eric (Susan) Radewahn of Katy Texas, Leif Radewahn of Kingsport Tennessee; 13 Grand Children; 7 Great Grand Children; sisters, Barb(Harold) Sebald and Ellen (Allen) Tjernagle; sister in law, Lorraine Radewahn of Milwaukee,WI; and many nieces and nephews.
 
Served In: Navy
Achievements: St. Luke's Lutheran Church, Harrison MI Marco Lutheran Church, Marco Island FL
 

Radewahn, Clarence C.

Lake, MI



On March 8, 2013 Clarence, age 85, went to his eternal home while surrounded by those he dearly loved.  Clarence was born in Saginaw Michigan on March 27, 1927 to the late Adolph and Lydia (List) Radewahn.  He was baptized and confirmed at Holy Cross Lutheran Church where he attended day school.  He graduated from A.H.H.S
where he was a member of the State Champion Track Team, holding the best half mile time in the state. He served his country in the U.S. Navy during both WWII and the Korean War. He married Gladys McNeil at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Saginaw, on May 28, 1949.


He attended Saginaw Business Institute and Bay City Junior College while working at the George Schemm Agency, where he eventually worked full time selling Insurance and Real Estate.  He eventually opened his own firm in Shields. He has served as President of the Saginaw Board of Realtors in 1960 and 1971; was a Charter member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church where he served on many boards and held a number of offices; was President at Saginaw Twp. Little League and served as an umpire for some games. He had a passion for horses that led him to becoming a member of the Saginaw Sheriffs’ Posse where he served as Captain for twenty years and an Auxiliary Officer on the Sheriffs’ Department.  In 1972 The Radewahn Agency merged with the Roggow Agency of Hemlock and became Mid-Valley Agency.  Clarence retired in 1985, the same year the business sold, dividing his time between his cottage at 8-point Lake and his home in Marco Island Florida.  In Florida, he was an active member of Marco Lutheran Church and a member of Coast Guard Reserve serving on inspection, search and rescue.
At 8-pt Lake, he was very active in the Lake Association and activities. Presently, he and Gladys are members of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church in Harrison MI.  More than anything, he loved his family and they were everything to him.

Surviving are his wife Gladys; children, Amy Radewahn of Saginaw MI
Thomas (Lynn) Radewahn of Saginaw, Sue (Randy )Beck of Antioch California, Mary Radewahn  of Rancho Mirage California, Patricia Kotch of  Saginaw, Nancy Radewahn of Bellevue, Nebraska, Eric (Susan) Radewahn of Katy Texas, Leif Radewahn of Kingsport Tennessee; 13 Grand Children; 7 Great Grand Children; sisters, Barb(Harold) Sebald and Ellen (Allen) Tjernagle; sister in law, Lorraine Radewahn of Milwaukee,WI; and many mieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his brother Harold Radewahn.

A Memorial Service is being planned for a later date.  Those considering an expression of sympathy are asked to consider memorial contributions to St. Luke’s Lutheran Church,
1616 S. 4th St. Harrison Mi. 48623 or Lutheran Hour Ministries, 660 Mason Ridge Center,
St.Louis, Missouri 63141.  To sign on line guestbook, visit www.cremationsocietymidmi.com  Arrangements made with Cremation Society of Mid Michigan

 



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