Garth Westover

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Dec 29, 2023 at 1:11 PM

Margaret Radabaugh Obituary
Margaret Maggie May Radabaugh passed away on December 26, 2023, after an extended illness at the age of 80.

She was born in Ogden, Utah on July 20, 1943, to Leroy and Bernice Hadley. She was one of four daughters. She graduated from Ogden High School in 1961, go Tigers. She married Clair Baur shortly after graduation and they had five children together. In 1989, she was remarried to Neil Radabaugh, and the couple celebrated 34 years of marriage together this year.

In Maggie’s early career, she worked with Ogden City school district for several years in an ESL program to help Hmong refugees from Laos who were resettled in Utah. She became very close friends with many of these people who became a very important part of her life. After this, she began a career with Weber Human Services where she would spend the remaining 26 years of her working career. Maggie worked helping developmentally disabled adults in day programs, with daily life needs, and in their jobs. She was beloved by many of her clients and coworkers. She enjoyed her work as an advocate to those in need and took her job very seriously. She would often bring her children and grandchildren to many of the holiday celebrations hosted by Weber Human services so that they would get to know her clients and give her family exposure to this group of people who needed support and empathy.

Maggie was a nature and animal enthusiast. She loved Yellowstone, Monte Cristo, and going camping anywhere with Neil and her family. She enjoyed many trips to the mountains fishing, riding four wheelers, birdwatching and enjoying the outdoors. If you knew Maggie, you know she had a bit of an obsession with ducks. For this reason, she was also a regular visitor of the nearby Beus’ Pond. Maggie leaves behind a cherished collection of duck memorabilia which have always endeared her to her friends and family. She would have also loved being known as a friend to any and all dogs.

Maggie was a woman with a wicked sense of humor. She loved to laugh and make those around her laugh. You could always count on Maggie to share a spicy joke or two. Maggie was also a big supporter of those in our military. Because of this, she and her husband Neil were renowned for their annual Fourth of July parties where they welcomed family, friends of family, and neighbors to celebrate our country and those in the service. She loved to keep watch for the fighter jets to fly overhead.

Our grandma Maggie, aka grandma Grammy, grandma Rad, and Mia Maggie was a dedicated grandmother to all of her grandkids and great grandkids. Maggie and Neil were constantly attending graduations, sporting events, musical and choir events. Maggie was a very enthusiastic cheerleader for all of her grandchildren. She was always excited to babysit and sleepovers at grandma’s house were a favorite for all.

Maggie was preceded in death by her parents Leroy and Bernice Hadley, her sister Bonnie Field, grandson Bridger Baur, and best friend Debbie Jensen. She is survived by her husband Neil Radabaugh and all five of her children Kim (Alex) Montanez, Tom (Wendy) Baur, Teri (Sean) Macklyn, Jami (Walter) Shivel, and Jeff (Kassi) Baur along with 19 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren. She also leaves behind her constant furry companion Molly.

Services will be held on Tuesday, January 2nd at Leavitt’s Mortuary 836 36th Street in Ogden. Viewing will be held from 9:30am-10:45am with funeral services at 11:00am. Interment will be at Washington Heights Memorial Gardens.

A celebration of life will be held afterwards at the Comfort Suite’s Hotel 2250 S 1200 W Ogden, UT Saraha Room.

Apr 30, 2023 at 2:29 PM
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Sep 02, 2022 at 9:54 AM

Norman Lee Howes, Class of 1961, passed July 31, 2022. He and his wife, Joan, live in Palm Springs, CA. Norm married Tamera Moss September 1964. They have three sons, Norman Todd Howes, Corbin Howes and Ryan Howes; and three grandsons.
Norm & Tamera divorced 1972.
Norm loved the ocean and sailing, especially with his sons. He had a long career with Toyota Motors of America.