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Lucinda Lou Rademacher

November 10, 1949 — June 27, 2024


Cindy passed away 12:02 am at Ray and Kay Hospice care center in Paducah Kentucky. She was born to Earl Edward Malueg of Seymour, WI and Rosemary Fahrenkrug of Nichols, WI. She was later adopted by Blaine A Miller of Marion, WI after her mother remarried. Cindy graduated from Marion High School. After graduation she moved to Appleton, WI where she attended cosmetology school for a period of time. She later took a job at Marcel’s, on College Ave., a well established family restaurant where she met her husband, Henry Marcel Rademacher. They married in 1970 and were together until Henry’s death in 2014. 

 After meeting Hank and helping him manage a second Marcel’s restaurant, located on the corner of Appleton St and Wisconsin Ave. for several years, they moved to Waupaca County and purchased a small farmette just outside Iola, WI in 1978 to raise their three children. In 2012 they sold their place in the country, bought an RV and traveled south to visit members of their families and enjoy retirement. They returned to Iola in 2013 and bought a home in town. Cindy moved to Paducah KY in 2017. 

 Cindy enjoyed people and liked being in sales. She worked in restaurants, office furniture stores, newspapers and publishing businesses. While living in Iola, she worked for 33 years at three national magazine publishing firms in sales and graphic design of numismatics and other collectibles before retiring in 2012. Her hobbies through the years included architectural design and remodeling, cooking, painting landscapes and seascapes, gardening, bowling and playing pool in a woman’s league.

 Cindy is survived by a daughter, Laura (Stephen) Frederiksen of Stevens Point, WI, a step-son Todd Marcel (Terese) Rademacher, Hanahan, SC, a step-daughter Tammy Wellman, Ladson, SC preceded her death in 2023. Her brother, Douglas (Kay) Miller, Paducah, KY, a step-sister, LaVerne (Kurt) Miller-Betow and half-brother Timothy Malueg (Darla), Madison, AL. as well as a Sister-in-law, Mary Kay Zanto, Appleton, WI. Cindy is also survived by three grandchildren, Sarah & Caleb Frederiksen, Stevens Point, WI and Skyler Wellman, Ladson, SC. along with nieces and nephews.

 A private gathering to celebrate her life will be held at the home of Douglas and Kay Miller, 525 Cumberland Ave, Paducah KY 42003 and she will be laid to rest next to her husband at the Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery at King, WI. 

Lindsey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 

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