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22 November 1981
In Remembrance of
Eugenie Theresa (Agnes) Radke
October 28, 1906 Russell Co., Ks.
November 22, 1981 Hoisington, Kansas
Services: Wednesday, November 25, 1981, 
United Emanuel Lutheran Church, Milberger, Kansas, 11:00 am
Clergyman: Pastor Robert S. Kreier
Music: Mrs. Rudy Funk, Organist

Quartet: Sam Radke, Jim Funk, Wayne Funk, Garry Batt 
Accompanist: Mrs. LaVern Becker
Casket Bearers: Larry Dumler, Darrell Dumler, Kenneth Dumler, Mark Nuss, 
Marlin Dumler, Neal Nuss
Interment: Milberger Cemetery
Arrangements by: Nicholson-Ricke Funeral Home, Hoisington, Kansas

(Back of the Card)

Eugenie Theresa (Agnes) Radke
Daughter of George Dumler and Emma (Wegele) was born Oct. 28, 1906 in Russell County, Kansas.

She was baptized on Dec. 12, 1906 in the Lutheran faith and confirmed on April 9, 1922.

On Nov. 22, 1929, Agnes was united in marriage to Herman Radke. This marriage was blessed with one son and one daughter.
Agnes is survived by one son Harlan of Milberger, one daughter, Mrs. Leland (Angeline) Deutsch of Hoisington. Five brother; Paul of Lyons, Ks.; Ben, Solomon, Alvin and Victor L., all of rural Russell, Ks., one sister Mrs. Alex (Bertha) Krug of Russell. Six grandchildren; Steven, Kent, and Kathryn Deutsch; Marsha, Martin and Marlana Radke.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Herman, on Sept. 29, 1974, her parents, one brother and one half brother.

Devoted to her family, helpful to her neighbors, faithful to her Church, considerate and honest. She gained respect and esteem of all who knew her.
Transcribed and Contributed by Glenda Brack

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