In memory of
Frank Radachi
In memory of
Frank Radachi
Frank V. Radachi, 91 years old of Elyria, Ohio passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020 at the Abbewood.   Frank was born on June 1,1928 in Czechoslovakia and lived in Elyria since 1939.  A graduate of Elyria High School in 1947, he proudly served with the US Army during the Korean Conflict, earning a Purple Heart, and a Silver and Bronze Star.  He was employed at Fruehauf for 21 years and at General Motors for 15 years.  He was a member of the United Polish Club, American Legion and the VFW Post 1079. An active member of St. Jude Church, he loved all sports, especially golf.  He loved Thanksgiving, the family getting together, the smell of turkey and stuffing in the oven, football and dinner being served at halftime. He loved reading, music, dancing and gardening, especially roses. He cherished the friendships he and his wife had playing pinochle with their couple’s card club.   Surviving him are six children, William (Pat) of Troutville, VA., Richard (Karen) of Grafton, James (Susan) of Elyria, Frank (Debbie) of Wellington, Patrick of Dayton, and Debbie (John) Forcucci of Elyria. Fifteen grandchildren; six great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive.   He was preceded in death by his wife and the love of his life Patricia Ann Radachi in 2009 to whom he was married 58 years; two brothers, Joe and John Radachi and his parents, Frank and Anna (nee Krupelak) Radachi.   Private family services, due to the Covid 19 Virus, will be held at the Reichlin Roberts Funeral Home, 327 Cleveland Street, Elyria, Ohio with the Reverend Father Joseph Scalco, C.S.J. officiating.  Burial will follow at St. Mary Cemetery, Elyria, Ohio.  Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Church. 590 Poplar Street, Elyria, Ohio 44035.   To sign the guest book or to leave online condolences for the family go to www.reichlinroberts.com
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In memory of
Frank Radachi
Frank V. Radachi, 91 years old of Elyria, Ohio passed away on Friday, May 15, 2020 at the Abbewood.   Frank was born on June 1,1928 in Czechoslovakia and lived in Elyria since 1939.  A graduate of Elyria High School in 1947, he proudly served with the US Army during the Korean Conflict, earning a Purple Heart, and a Silver and Bronze Star.  He was employed at Fruehauf for 21 years and at General Motors for 15 years.  He was a member of the United Polish Club, American Legion and the VFW Post 1079. An active member of St. Jude Church, he loved all sports, especially golf.  He loved Thanksgiving, the family getting together, the smell of turkey and stuffing in the oven, football and dinner being served at halftime. He loved reading, music, dancing and gardening, especially roses. He cherished the friendships he and his wife had playing pinochle with their couple’s card club.   Surviving him are six children, William (Pat) of Troutville, VA., Richard (Karen) of Grafton, James (Susan) of Elyria, Frank (Debbie) of Wellington, Patrick of Dayton, and Debbie (John) Forcucci of Elyria. Fifteen grandchildren; six great grandchildren and many nieces, nephews, and cousins also survive.   He was preceded in death by his wife and the love of his life Patricia Ann Radachi in 2009 to whom he was married 58 years; two brothers, Joe and John Radachi and his parents, Frank and Anna (nee Krupelak) Radachi.   Private family services, due to the Covid 19 Virus, will be held at the Reichlin Roberts Funeral Home, 327 Cleveland Street, Elyria, Ohio with the Reverend Father Joseph Scalco, C.S.J. officiating.  Burial will follow at St. Mary Cemetery, Elyria, Ohio.  Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Church. 590 Poplar Street, Elyria, Ohio 44035.   To sign the guest book or to leave online condolences for the family go to www.reichlinroberts.com
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