William C. Radley, Jr. 86, Mountain Top, formerly of White Haven, died on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Mountain Top Healthcare Rehabilitation Center in Mountain Top.
Born on July 25, 1934, in Hazleton, he was the son of the late William C. Radley Sr and Alvernia Remaley Radley. He attended White Haven schools and East Stroudsburg State Teachers College, where he was Drum Major of the College Marching band and the Alpha Phi Omego fraternity. He was also a graduate of the National Training Schools, Boy Scouts of America. He served for seventeen years in the capacity of District Scout Executive in Cape May Court House, NJ and Doylestown, PA. His outstanding record of scouting service promoted him to the National Executive Staff serving scouting from Maine to Florida. He directed two wilderness camps; five National Jamborees and taught at National Camping schools during that time. He retired in January 1980 when the National Council relocated in Dallas, Texas.
William accepted a Sales/Marketing position with Bankers Systems, Inc. of St. Cloud, MN, serving the financial industry in NJ and PA. He worked his way to Sales Manager and earned trips to Europe and Hawaii. He worked for Bankers for 17 years which during that time he relocated to his family home in White Haven from Levittown. While living in White Haven, he stayed active in Scouting, took special training in New Mexico, served for over 20 years on the White Haven Municipal Authority, served two two year terms as President of the Lions Club and was elected twice to serve as an elected Borough Council Member. Bill served as Trustee and public relations chair of the White Haven United Methodist Church; an EMT with the White Haven Rescue Squad and gave leadership to many other organizations and committees in his community and church. His dedication will truly be missed.
He leaves his wife, Edna L. Feist Moyer Radley; three sons, Chris Charles Radley, Mark Charles Radley and Matthew Radley and grandchildren.
Graveside Funeral service will be conducted on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at 11:00 am in Laurel Cemetery, White Haven, Pastor David Botzer officiating.
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