David Scott Radine
|Posted 2021-07-28 by mhenderson|
|Published by Today's News Herald on Jul. 28, 2021 -|
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -
David Scott Radine, 58, passed away unexpectedly on July 17, 2021 in
Lake Havasu City. Dave was born on Oct. 31, 1962 in San Pedro,
California to John and Sandra Radine. Dave graduated Narbonne High
School. He was a lifelong appliance repair man where he first started
in the family business. He worked the last 18 years as a service
manager for City Maytag in Lake Havasu City. He married his wife Lori
on Oct.16, 1993 in Redondo California where they spent 28 amazing, fun
adventurous years together.
Dave enjoyed spending time with his wife and three children, camping,
riding ATV's out in the desert and spending time on the lake boating.
He loved spending time at the cabin in the Hualapai Mountains. He
always created beautiful artwork and enjoyed home improvements. He
loved hanging out with friends and enjoying country concerts and
festivals. He was a lifelong Kansas City Chief fan. He is part of the
Route 91 survivors group. Dave was a hero during a very dangerous
night and was able to save many lives.
David is preceded in death by his grandparents and father-in-law.
Dave is survived by his wife Lori Radine of Lake Havasu City; parents
John and Sandra Radine of Lomita, California; sons, Damian and Devon
Radine both of Lake Havasu City; daughter Madison Radine of Lake
Havasu City; brothers, Anthony (Susy) Radine of San Pedro, California
and Chuck (Denice) Radine of Lomita, California; half-brother Ron
(Suzy) Oreb; sister, Jamie (Andy) Harlin of Atlanta, Georgia, and
mother-in-law Billie Bruckner of Lake Havasu City. Nieces and nephews,
John, Stacie, Kyle and Brittany.
A celebration of life is on Saturday, July 31 at the London Bridge
Resort Convention Center at 2 p.m. for family and friends.
Services were entrusted to the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home.
Thoughts and condolences can be sent to the family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com. To send a free card go to
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