Carl
Carl George Kadner Died peacefully at home February 5, 2008 after a brief illness. Born May 23, 1911 in Oakland, CA, Carl is preceded in death by his beloved wife of 52 years, Beth, and son Robert. He is survived by daughter-in-law Carole Kadner; daughter Grace (Chase) Wickersham; son Carl L. Kadner; grandchildren: Robert (Amy) Kadner, Kristen (Brian) Roddy, Matthew Wickersham and Kevin (Kari) Wickersham; great-granddaughters: Estella Roddy and Alice Kadner. Dr. Kadner joined the biology department of Loyola University in 1936 and served as department chairman for many of his 42 years of teaching. Educated at University of San Francisco and University of CA Berkeley, Dr. Kadner shared his keen interest in entomology, parasitology, and zoology with countless students. He attained the rank of Major for his service in the Pacific for the Army during WW II. The family appreciates the loving care of Carl's caregivers, Pauline Myers and Norma Martin. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10 AM, Friday, February 15, 2008 at St. Anastasia Church, 7390 W. Manchester, Los Angeles, CA 90045. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Kadner-Pitts Chair in Biology at Loyola Marymount University, 1 LMU Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90045.

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  1. I met Dr. Kadner as a freshman student at Loyola in 1942. We began a long fiendship which last throughtout the war and to a return on 1946 when I enterd Loyola again to finish up the degree process. we remained friends all these years and enjoyed talking and dicussing the events of the day. I will miss him and his humor very much.

  2. Dr. Carl Kadner was my first Biology professor at Loyola University. His gentle guidance, his stimulating lectures, and his magnetic presence convinced me to try and achieve my greatest potential. Thanks to him, I reached some of my loftiest goals. The world is a sadder place without this very gentle man.

  3. What a wonderful tribute to a terrific man who lived a full life! He will always be unforgetable to us as well! We will always remember his love of butterflies! God Bless Carl!

  4. Thank you, Carl, for the wonderful education, inspiration, and friendship. Without your mentoring, I would not have become the physician that I am today.

    It will be very strange driving down Loyola Blvd and not stopping at 8100 to say hello and chat. We are comforted by the knowledge that you are with G’d and once again with Beth.

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