Marianne Agathe Radicia

Marianne Agathe Radicia

November 14, 1931 - April 16, 2008

Marianne Agathe Radicia

November 14, 1931 - April 16, 2008


Marianne Radicia
Born: November 14, 1931
Deceased: April 16, 2008

On April 16, 2008 the Lord called Marianne Radicia to his side. A special person here on earth, a special place in heaven would be set, just for her.

Marianne’s smile lit the room and her eyes twinkled like the sun’s rays upon tranquil waters. Marianne never sought reward for any deed. She gave selflessly, without question, to anyone who was in need. To those who knew Marianne Radicia the blessings of her presence will forever be missed but never forgotten.

To my father, she was not just a wife she was a soul mate. To me, she was more than a mother she was a teacher, healer, and above all else, my biggest fan. She was Oma to her granddaughters. But above all that, to so many people whom she crossed paths with, Marianne was not just a name, she was a friend, a caregiver, a confidant. But, as one very eloquent lady put it, my mother was a Saint. There was never a time when she placed her own needs, above those of others.

My mother always told me, ‘The Lord will never let you have more pain than you can handle’ before he calls you to his side. For many years I wondered just how true that was. I watched as crippling injuries and rheumatoid arthritis cruelly destroyed her.

On April 16, 2008, the Lord answered that question by calling my mother to his side. As she lay there in her passing, for the first time in two decades I saw her without pain and without suffering. Once again, my mother’s pain-riddled and disfigured body was whole, as the Lord had intended it.
In the wake of her death, Marianne leaves behind her beloved husband Louis Radicia, her son Anthony, his wife Christina and their two daughters, Ciarra and Chelsea. She also leaves behind her sister Antonie Bañuelos and Antonie’s adult children, Linda and Rigoberto Bañuelos.

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11 responses to Marianne Agathe Radicia

  1. Pauline Cox says:

    Dear Louie,

    I am so sorry to learn of Marianne’s passing. I had no idea she was so ill. Regretfully, I don’t open my computer very often, so I just learned of her death this evening. I wish I had known her better, but moving back to Omaha prevented that. I do recall having dinner with you both so very many years ago. She has gone to live with Jesus, and her pain is no more.
    You have been on my mind frequently lately, and I hope your health is stable. Love, your cousin, Pauline

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