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In Memory of Beverly Radermacher


11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (Noon) Thursday, August 4, 2016 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Hudson, WI

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12:00 p.m. (Noon) Thursday, August 4, 2016 at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Hudson, WI

Beverly Ann “Bev” Radermacher, age 77, of Hudson, died on July 25, 2016 at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, MN.

Bev was born in White Bear Lake, MN, on November 27, 1938, and was adopted by Thomas and Ella Ryan. She attended St. Joseph’s Academy in St. Paul, graduating in 1956. In 1960, Bev earned a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from St. Catherine’s University. Later that year, on June 18, she was united in marriage to George Radermacher at St. Pascal Baylon Catholic Church in St. Paul, MN. Bev went on to earn a Masters Degree in Nursing from the University of Minnesota. While raising a family of six kids, she worked as a nurse at most of the hospitals around St. Paul, including St. Joseph’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital and Fairview Hospital. Most recently, Bev worked at the Minneapolis VA Hospital, retiring in 2004.

Bev adored her family and friends and loved spending time with them. She was especially fond of her grandchildren and attended every sporting event and music recital she could. Bev truly believed in the power of education and was highly involved in many community and church organizations including the P.E.O. chapter in Hudson (Philanthropic Educational Organization). She enjoyed playing Bridge, attending stage performances, and spoiling her dogs.

Bev is survived by her loving husband of 56 years, George; children, Patty (Joe) Juliette, Peggy (Bob) Schnobrich, Paul Radermacher, Anne (Dennis) Zabell, and Karen Radermacher;  grandchildren, Jennifer and Joseph Juliette; Kyle and Ryan Schnobrich; Ally and Jack Radermacher; and Lauren Zabell; great-grandsons, Carson and Odin.  

She is preceded in death by her son Peter, and her parents.

Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 12:00 p.m. (Noon) on Thursday, August 4, 2016, at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 1500 Vine St., Hudson, WI.  A gathering of family and friends will take place one hour prior to the service. Interment at Guardian Angels Cemetery in Oakdale, MN.

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    • Bev will be remembered fondly. I liked working with her at the VA Medical center. Rest in peace.

    • I will always remember Bev as a strong woman with a robust laugh, love for all of you and someone who would want you all to live on. She was one of those Mom’s who I thought could do it all. You guys were blessed and I know her memories will live on in all your stories. May you laugh, cry and cherish those thoughts as she rests in peace. My deepest sympathy to all of you especially George and the kids Anne, Peggy, Patty, Karen, Paul and families. Maybe she’s laughing now and rolling her eyes with Diane about some of our crazy horse adventures Anne and Karen! Love to you all. I am so sorry I can’t make the service next week because it’s been too long. Hope we can connect soon but we are with you in spirit. Liz and Jim Midtlien, Woodbury MN

    • I remember Bev so fondly from our days at the VA. I especially remember her laugh, her positive attitude, and her high standards for all of us VA nurses.

    • I met Bev through our membership in St. Patrick’s Parish and found out we shared a common interest in nursing. Her desire to initiate a parish Nurse program at St. Pat’s was a dream she carried with her always despite not being able to succesfully launch it .Bev was smart, kind, thoughtful and always there to support those who needed help. She will be missed in our parish community. My sympathies to her so supportive husband, George, and her family.

    • My late wife and I became friends of Bev and George when we retired and became next door neighbors in Hudson in 2001. It was so evident that they were devoted to each other and to their children. Bev was most gracious and kind to us and will long be remembered. George, you have my deepest condolences and I know you will be sustained by your memories and by the faith you shared with Beverly. God bless you and be with you at this sad time.