Staff

Our dedicated staff members are here to provide support, compassion, and information to help you through your journey of grief and the celebration of your loved one’s life.

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Henry J. Radel Jr. President

"Skip" was born in Cincinnati to Henry and Josephine Radel. He and his entire family resided in the funeral home on Glenway Avenue until he was 16, so at a very young age Henry understood the importance of respect and dignity in the aspects of all funeral customs. Skip graduated from Elder High School in 1966 and later from Xavier University with a B.S. in Business Administration. He is the proud parent of two young men, Henry III "Trey" and Michael. Skip has recently become the cherished grandfather of Luke Henry Radel. He has been an active member in the Lion's Club for over 30 years and still resides on the board of the directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Price Hill. With over 40 years of experience in funeral business, Henry has dedicated his life to serving others in their most trying times.

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Matt Hollandsworth Funeral Director

Matt was born in Price Hill and still lives on the west side. He attended St. Williams Grade School and graduated from Elder High School in 1989. Matt later graduated from the College of Mortuary Science with a B.S. and is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He served his apprenticeship with the Radel Funeral Home family and continues to uphold the same values that have been the cornerstone of their foundation for the past century. During the time Matt has been at Radel Funeral Home, he has been commended for his vast skills in restorative art and for his compassionate nature. Matt is a devoted husband to Jennifer and together they have three loving children, Jamie, Maggie and little Matt. Understanding the importance of family and community, Matt has become a vital asset to the Radel Funeral Home.

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Kim Wachter Office Manager

Kim grew up in Cheviot Ohio and later moved to Mason Ohio where she graduated from William Mason High School. With over 20 years of service to the Radel Funeral Home, Kim understands all the details that take place behind the scenes to make a lasting memorial for all families. She began working for the Radel family when they were still located at 652 State Avenue. Kim has been married to Don for over 20 years and together the have three beautiful children, Logan, China and Madison. As a working mother, Kim prides herself in being involved in all of her children's activities from PTA mom to cheerleader enthusiast. In her spare time, Kim likes to take an active role in local politics. She is also a local Notary willing to render her services when needed. As a long time family member of the Radel Funeral Home, Kim is the glue that holds it all together.

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Bob Roebel Funeral Assistant

Bob was born on the west side of Cincinnati where he attended Our Lady Victory School and graduated from Elder High School in 1967. Robert also attended the University of Cincinnati and later was accepted into the Police Academy where he received his certificate in Criminal Justice. He spent 30 years on the Delhi Police Department, reaching the rank of Detective before his retirement in 2001. He is the proud parent of two, Pamela and Andrew and is the grandfather of 4 adoring children. Bob still resides in Delhi where he is an active member of Our Lady of Victory parish, Delhi Historical Society and the Delhi Civic Club. As a familiar face in our community, Bob offers comfort in knowing your loved will be compassionately taken care.

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Dan Feist Funeral Assistant

Dan was born in Delhi and graduated from Oak Hills High School in 1967. He married his high school sweetheart Sandra and have remained marry for over 40 years. Together they have one beautiful daughter, Amy and two cherished granddaughters, Maddy and Kensie. Dan spent 27 years working at the Old Greenhouse on Devil's Backbone before its closure in 2001 hence the elegant landscaping at both of our locations. As an active member of St. Jude Parish, Dan has been a long time member of the "Old Timers" softball team. With the experience of dealing with funeral homes and his expertise in horticulture, Dan is an essential part of the Radel Funeral Home family.

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Hanley Therapy Dog, RIP

Hanley, a beloved English Bulldog, recently passed and will be greatly missed. She was born in Florida and was a certified therapy dog. After relocating north, Hanley joined the Radel Funeral Home family. She lived with Mr. Radel and came to work with him every morning. We found her to be especially beneficial and quite reassuring to families at there most vulnerable times.

Henry J. Radel Jr.

President
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"Skip" was born in Cincinnati to Henry and Josephine Radel. He and his entire family resided in the funeral home on Glenway Avenue until he was 16, so at a very young age Henry understood the importance of respect and dignity in the aspects of all funeral customs. Skip graduated from Elder High School in 1966 and later from Xavier University with a B.S. in Business Administration. He is the proud parent of two young men, Henry III "Trey" and Michael. Skip has recently become the cherished grandfather of Luke Henry Radel. He has been an active member in the Lion's Club for over 30 years and still resides on the board of the directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Price Hill. With over 40 years of experience in funeral business, Henry has dedicated his life to serving others in their most trying times.

Matt Hollandsworth

Funeral Director
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Matt was born in Price Hill and still lives on the west side. He attended St. Williams Grade School and graduated from Elder High School in 1989. Matt later graduated from the College of Mortuary Science with a B.S. and is a licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer. He served his apprenticeship with the Radel Funeral Home family and continues to uphold the same values that have been the cornerstone of their foundation for the past century. During the time Matt has been at Radel Funeral Home, he has been commended for his vast skills in restorative art and for his compassionate nature. Matt is a devoted husband to Jennifer and together they have three loving children, Jamie, Maggie and little Matt. Understanding the importance of family and community, Matt has become a vital asset to the Radel Funeral Home.

Kim Wachter

Office Manager
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Kim grew up in Cheviot Ohio and later moved to Mason Ohio where she graduated from William Mason High School. With over 20 years of service to the Radel Funeral Home, Kim understands all the details that take place behind the scenes to make a lasting memorial for all families. She began working for the Radel family when they were still located at 652 State Avenue. Kim has been married to Don for over 20 years and together the have three beautiful children, Logan, China and Madison. As a working mother, Kim prides herself in being involved in all of her children's activities from PTA mom to cheerleader enthusiast. In her spare time, Kim likes to take an active role in local politics. She is also a local Notary willing to render her services when needed. As a long time family member of the Radel Funeral Home, Kim is the glue that holds it all together.

Bob Roebel

Funeral Assistant
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Bob was born on the west side of Cincinnati where he attended Our Lady Victory School and graduated from Elder High School in 1967. Robert also attended the University of Cincinnati and later was accepted into the Police Academy where he received his certificate in Criminal Justice. He spent 30 years on the Delhi Police Department, reaching the rank of Detective before his retirement in 2001. He is the proud parent of two, Pamela and Andrew and is the grandfather of 4 adoring children. Bob still resides in Delhi where he is an active member of Our Lady of Victory parish, Delhi Historical Society and the Delhi Civic Club. As a familiar face in our community, Bob offers comfort in knowing your loved will be compassionately taken care.

Dan Feist

Funeral Assistant
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Dan was born in Delhi and graduated from Oak Hills High School in 1967. He married his high school sweetheart Sandra and have remained marry for over 40 years. Together they have one beautiful daughter, Amy and two cherished granddaughters, Maddy and Kensie. Dan spent 27 years working at the Old Greenhouse on Devil's Backbone before its closure in 2001 hence the elegant landscaping at both of our locations. As an active member of St. Jude Parish, Dan has been a long time member of the "Old Timers" softball team. With the experience of dealing with funeral homes and his expertise in horticulture, Dan is an essential part of the Radel Funeral Home family.

Hanley

Therapy Dog, RIP
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Hanley, a beloved English Bulldog, recently passed and will be greatly missed. She was born in Florida and was a certified therapy dog. After relocating north, Hanley joined the Radel Funeral Home family. She lived with Mr. Radel and came to work with him every morning. We found her to be especially beneficial and quite reassuring to families at there most vulnerable times.