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Harvey L. Radle

Harvey L. Radle of Philadelphia died peacefully on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at Holy Redeemer Hospital.  He was 95. 

Harvey was the loving husband of Joan Miles Radle.

Born in Camp Hill, PA he was the son of the late Lawrence and Mae Crouthamel Radle.

Harvey proudly served in the Navy for 9 years where he witnessed one of the first atomic bombs. He also was a devoted Deacon to his church at Bethesda Presbyterian Church. Harvey loved playing cards with his friends and being around his family. He will be greatly missed by all who were lucky to know him.

In addition to his wife, Harvey leaves behind his children, Barbara Rubio and her husband, Henry, of Chesterfield, MD, Karen Rehl (late Jim) of Philadelphia, and Shirley Smith of Feasterville.  He also leaves behind his grandchildren, Lindsay, Michelle, and Jimmy Rehl and Scott & Christopher Smith; and his great-grandchildren, Scott & Julia Smith, Lorelei, Kellan, and Regan Toner, and Joseph and Kayla Mooney.

Services and interment will be private.

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