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BELLEVILLE, Ill. -- Tommy L. Radosevic, 77, of Belleville, formerly of Steelton, Pa., died Monday in St. Elizabeth Hospital. He and a companion owned and operated Adams School of Dance, O'Fallon [MO].

He was the former owner/operator of Western Auto in New Cumberland, Pa.; an Army veteran of World War II and a reservist during the Korean War; and a member of the former Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary Roman Catholic Church, Steelton, and the Croatian Fraternal Union and a Fourth Degree member of Harrisburg Knights of Columbus Council 869. He was a sport card, coin and stamp collector and dealer.

He was the widower of Adella A. Wajdic Radosevic. Surviving are a companion, Beverly Boone Adams; three daughters, Laura Ratcliffe, Denise Dodd and Nanette Winner; a son, Stacey Adams; two brothers, Billy and Robert; two sisters, Margaret Szollosy and Mary Ann Wright; and six grandchildren. Schildknecht Funeral Homes, O'Fallon

[Harrisburg Patriot News 8 Jun 2000]

[courtesy of "Karen"]

Grave marker for Thomas Radosevic in Resurrection Cemetery, Harrisburg (Dauphin county), Pennsylvania.

Note on the inset in the close-up image that the words "U.S. ARMY WWII KOREA, 92ND AIRBORNE DIV." appear.

Thomas enlisted in the Army at New Cumberland, PA on 24 June 1944 and became a member of Company G in late 1945 or early 1946.

T/4 Radosevic was discharged on 8 June 1946 and re-enlisted on 24 September 1950 probably as a result of being recalled for the Korean Conflict. He was discharged for the second time on 1 September 1951.

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