The family of Peter Radisich mourns his passing on November 20, 2005 at the age of 89. He leaves his loving wife of 68 years, Germaine, his devoted children, Claudine, Louis, Donald, Thomas and Steven, eight grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. He was dedicated to his family, his community, his work and his lifelong friends. A member of the Torrance Lions Club and a proud Democrat, he never waived in his respect for the working man. A brief viewing will take place Saturday, December 3, 2005, 9:00AM at McMillan & McCormick Mortuary, 1016 W. 164th St., Gardena. Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 10:00 AM at St. Anthony of Padua, 1050 W. 163rd St., Gardena. with burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, Culver City.

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  1. Hello, I’m so sorry to hear about Pete, he was a nice man. I know it’s been years but I still hear about Tom (Tommy to me) from my brother, Raymond. We will be out of town next week end so just let me say that my thoughts and prayers will be with you. Sincerely, Christine (Shepherd)

  2. Hi I am a friend on Don’s. I live just a couple of blocks from your dad and often stopped to talk to him when I would be driving by. I still remember going over to the house and playing cards with your dad, Don and I think Steve. Your dad would walk down to the corner of Western and Marine to get some exercise and pick up some lottery tickets at the same time, I would be doing the same thing and sometimes see him there. I know he loved to play golf, he could still play better than I becasue he would tell me he had a bad day because he shot in the 90’s. I just want to say I am sorry such a nice man is gone from our city and our lives. Richard & Kay Ing

  3. I will never forget playing golf with Pete, his son Don and my father. He was great guy who raised a great family. Pete and my dad were a lot alike. They were both hard workers, loved their families and were staunch Democrats. My sincere condolences to the family.

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