Suzanne Radock
1945 - 2021
BORN
1945
DIED
2021

Radock, Suzanne R. (Twito)

BLANCHARDVILLE - On July 18, 2021, we suddenly lost the rock of our lives, Suzanne R. Radock (Twito). Born on Aug. 21, 1945, she grew up in Mason City, Iowa, and moved to Madison her junior year of high school and attended Madison West High School. There she met the love of her life, Richard. They were married for 56 wonderful years and had three children.

She was the most amazing person, friend, sister, aunt, wife and mother anyone could have met. Loved by all, friends to everyone. She had the most attractive charisma that drew people to her. She was the person you could count on for advice and the champion always in your corner for support. There was never a day without her showing love to us. Life will never be the same without her. Her ebullient personality, family knowledge, and sense of humor made her the go-to person if you needed a lifting up, a good joke, knowledge of family history or just plain friendship. She delighted in responding to Facebook posts and putting her positive emojis in them. She led a great life, and she shared many life experiences with family and friends; she lived life to the fullest. She will always be in our hearts and memories forever.

She is survived by her eternally loving husband, Richard; children, Lance (Tanya) Radock and Staci (TJ) Ninneman; step-grandson, Landon Robenhagen; brother, Steve (Sandy) Twito; sister, Karen; sister-in-law, Janan; and many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her loving parents, Earl and Agnes Twito; mother and in-laws, George and Beverly Radock; brothers, Alan and Tom; sister, Joanne; her infant daughter, Tracy Jo; and nephew, Daniel.

A celebration of her life will be held on Saturday, Sept. 25 at the TOWN OF CROSS PLAINS COMMUNITY CENTER at 3734 County Road P, Cross Plains, WI 53528, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Keep fond memories of her in your minds and hearts, and remember how she affected your lives. This is how to best honor her memory and legacy.


Published by Madison.com on Jul. 31, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Sep
25
Celebration of Life
1:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
TOWN OF CROSS PLAINS COMMUNITY CENTER
3734 County Road P, Cross Plains, WI
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Zamzow and Marcin
September 21, 2021
You will always be our SuzyQ...I'm so glad we crossed paths in life...you always made me laugh and you had a heart of gold...rest now pretty lady, thanks for all the great memories at EMSI...to your family...so sorry for your loss! God bless!
Mary Jo Malinger
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August 3, 2021
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