Mrs. Theresa Mary Radwan

25 May, 193420 January, 2022
Obituary of Mrs. Theresa Mary Radwan
Theresa Wcislo (Weislo) Radwan (formerly of North Richland Hills) passed away on Thursday, January 20th in Irving, Texas. Born in Lackawanna NY on May 25th, 1934, Theresa Mary Wcislo (aka Terry, Tess, Tessa) lived with her family of four brothers and sister on Warsaw Street. She attended St. Michael Catholic school and then graduated from Immaculata Academy in Hamburg NY in 1951. Prior to her marriage in 1955 to Lawrence Goss she worked for Kosowski Real Estate. After the kids were born, she and Larry settled at Nash Road in Hamburg NY. Later the family moved to Chicago and then to Lancaster OH. During that time, Theresa worked at Ohio State University as an Executive Assistant. Theresa later wed Richard Radwan in 1975. She moved to Ft. Worth where they made a home for a blended family of seven children. Theresa worked for Menasco Aerospace as an Executive Assistant until her retirement in 1996. She spent an active retirement in service to others, participating in many ministries at St. John the Apostle Church in North Richland Hills, including the Outreach center at St. John’s. She also volunteered at several area nursing homes. Theresa is preceded in death by her husband Richard ‘Rudy’, her sister Antoinette Piwowar, her brothers Henry Weislo, Leonard Weislo, Stanley Weislo; her sons, David Radwan, Donald Radwan, and Gary Goss. She is survived by her brother Richard Weislo; her sons Darrell and Kevin Goss, daughters Donna Radwan and Dolores Potter. She has 5 grandchildren: Dustin, Lauren, Kristen, Kaylie, and Gabe. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Services will be held at St. John the Apostle Church in North Richland Hills on Tuesday, Feb 15th. Rosary at 10:00 AM and the memorial service at 11:00 AM. In lieu of flowers, a donation is requested to Outreach Services at St. John the Apostle Church in North Richland Hills. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Radwan family.

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