Kathleen (Radford) Scarale
|Posted 2020-09-06 by mhenderson|
|Published in Today's News Herald on Sep. 6, 2020 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
Kathleen Scarale, 72, lost her battle to cancer on Monday August 17,
2020 at her home surrounded by loved ones. She was born on June 19,
1948 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts to William Francis Radford and
Theresa Marie Radford.
She graduated from St. Bernard's High School. She married the love of
her life Ronald Albert Scarale on October 7, 1968. She was the
Owner/Operator for A&R Country Furniture in Lunenburg, Massachusetts.
She then moved to Nevada where she was the Owner/Operator of Absolute
Equipment, She then worked in sales at Wal-Mart in Lake Havasu City
where she retired just a few years ago.
Kathy loved reading paperback books. It made her world when she played
online or in person with her grandchildren. She enjoyed the
outside/inside life of gardening. She loved walking, collecting rocks
and swimming in our beautiful lake.
Kathleen is survived by her Mother; Theresa Marie Radford of
Fitchburg, MA; Sisters; Ellen Amblo & Family of Merrimack, NH; Donna
Hay & Family of on the road where ever they park it; Debra Fitzgerald
of Mass; Daughter; Stacy Scarale of Lake Havasu City, AZ; Son; Jason
Scarale of Las Vegas, NV; Daughter-in-law Jennifer Scarale of Las
Vegas, NV; Granddaughter; Elizabeth Scarale of the US Navy; Isabella
Scarale of Las Vegas, NV; Grandson; Nicholas (Nick) Scarale of Las
Vegas, NV; and her beloved dog Brawny. Kathleen is preceded in death
by her Father; William Francis Radford; and her husband Ronald Albert
There will be no services for Kathleen at this time.
Thoughts and condolences may be sent to Kathleen's family at
www.mohavememorial.com. Arrangements were placed in the care of Mohave
Memorial Lake Havasu Mortuary.
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