VINCENNES — Dorathea A. Edmondson Radwanski, 88, passed away Friday at the Golden Living Center in Petersburg. She was born Aug. 19, 1924, in Bozeman, Mont., the daughter of William and Margaret Mulholland Hotes. She was formerly the administrative secretary of the Entomology Department of the U.S.D.A. and she served as Regional Director of the Federal Government’s Women’s Program, she was active at St. John Catholic Church where she served as Girl Scout, Boy Scout and 4-H Leader, she was a member of the St. Anne’s Altar Society, Extension Homemakers and she taught ceramics in her home. She was a former Pink Lady at Lee Memorial Hospital in Cape Coral, Fla., for over 20 years. She also attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church. She is survived by her children, Keith Edmondson and his wife Penny of Mitchell, Jane Campbell and her husband Robert of Monroe City, and Cleta Kavanaugh and her husband Dave of Montgomery. She was blessed by her grandchildren, Rob Campbell, Christopher Campbell, Sean Campbell, Colin Campbell, Sarah Campbell, David Kavanaugh, Kara Franklin, Kristi Griffin, Kayla Acton, Kyle Morron and Amy Myers. Twelve great-grandchildren also survive her. She was preceded in death by her first husband, Warren Edmondson in 1976, and her second husband, Stanley Radwanski in 1987; her parents, two brothers, Robert Patterson and Bruce Enyart, and four sisters, Peggy Hawley, Mary Lou Gillen, Bette Moreni and Jeanne Wilmot. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the St. John Catholic Church with Fr. David Fleck officiating. She will be laid to rest next to her husband Warren Edmondson in the Fairview Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Duesterberg-Fredrick Funeral Home. Memorial contributions can be made in her memory to the St. John Catholic Church. Online condolences can be made at duesterbergfredrick.com
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