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Willam D. Radloff Jr.

A dedicated cat advocate and relentless caregiver passed away in his home in Archer, Fl at the age of 61 on July 14th, 2022. Willam D. Radloff Jr. lived a life of love and care for everyone he met and every cat that crossed his path. Will was born August 24th 1960 in Chicago, IL. He spent the majority of his former years in the Florida Keys.

Willam attended High School, with honors, at Riverside Military Academy, in Miami, Fl. Throughout his high school years he was a member of the Navy Sea Cadets. He graduated high school from Coral Shores in the Florida Keys in 1979. In his spare time you could find him playing strategy games with his brother Michael for days on end.

After high school he joined the Navy. He also attended and graduated from the the University of Florida. Will was a life member of the Thomas Center Associates Membership of Gainesville, Fl.

He spent the last 30 years of his life managing Reed and Sarah Brown’s family business. Over that time the Brown’s became his second family.

He is preceded in death by his biological Mother Roslyn O. (Stack) Radloff, and his adoptive Grandmother Elsie McMullen-Miller who he took care of though the final chapter of her life.

He is survived by his father and step-mother Willam D. Radloff Sr. and Diane L Radloff of Jacksonville, Fl, Brother Bradford J. Radloff of Jacksonville, Fl, and brother and Sister-in-law Michael E., and Callista Radloff, Niece Jessica Radloff, and Nephew Jake Radloff of Tucson, AZ. He is also survived by his adoptive familyReed and Sarah Brown of Gainesville, Fl.

You will never meet a man with a bigger heart, who’s as trustworthy, or loved cats more than Will.

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