Adam Raduszewski, Jr.

Obituary of Adam G. Raduszewski, Jr.

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Adam G. Raduszewski, Jr. 43 of Pennsville New Jersey passed away on June 17, 2024. Born February 4, 1981, in Wilmington, Delaware, he was a graduate of Pennsville Memorial High School. He earned a Bachelor's Degree in Construction Engineering from National University and was currently employed at Trek Bicycle Corp. Adam had a silly, goofy personality, often cracking jokes and being sarcastic. He would take his children bowling, play arcade games and had many nights of playing video games with his boys. He was highly intelligent and had a particular interest in history and could tell you anything you wanted to know about World War II. He is survived by his parents Adam and Michele Raduszewski of Pennsville, NJ. Daughter Lynzy R. Raduszewski of Penns Grove, NJ, Adam G. Raduszewski, III of Swedesboro, NJ, Cole W. Raduszewski of Quinton, NJ, Wife, Kasey L. Goins Raduszewski of Quinton and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his brother Jason P. Raduszewski of Pennsville, NJ, maternal grandparents Angelo and Norma Martone, paternal grandparents Eugene and Hazel Raduszewski, and uncle Eugene Raduszewski, all of Wilmington, DE. A viewing will be held Monday June 24th, 2024 between 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Laughrey Funeral Home, Pennsville, NJ. Burial will be private.
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Visitation at Funeral Home

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Monday, June 24, 2024
Laughrey Funeral Home, LLC
One North Broadway
Pennsville, New Jersey, United States
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Adam Raduszewski, Jr.

1981 - 2024

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