Bernice \nValeria Radvinski went to be with the Lord, Monday \nevening.\n\nBorn March 1, 1938, in Butler, Pennsylvania, she was \nthe daughter of the late Stanley and Valeria (Szostak) \nWojtyna\n\nBernice was a graduate of Butler High School. \nBernice was a member of All Saints Parish, St. \nConrad Church, formerly St. Fidelis Parish, and a \nmember of the National Polish Alliance 645. Bernice \nmarried the love of her life, Joseph A. Radvinski on \nJuly 25, 1959. They were married 55 years until his \ndeath on April 6, 2014. Bernice was an excellent \ncook and baker. She and Joe enjoyed growing their \nown vegetables and cooking together and keeping all \nthe family Polish traditions. Bea enjoyed spending \ntime with her family and her greatest joy was her \ncherished granddaughter, Hope. She was a loving \nwife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister, \naunt, neighbor, and friend.\n\nBernice is survived by her two sons, Joseph (Esther) \nRadvinski, Jr. and John F. Radvinski of Butler; her \nbeloved granddaughter, Hope Lauren Radvinski of \nButler; a brother, Vincent (Teresa) Wojtyna of \nButler; and several nieces and nephews.\n\nIn addition to her parents, Bernice was preceded in \ndeath by her husband, Joseph A. Radvinski, Sr.; a \nbrother, Stanley Wojtyna; and two sisters, Frances \nZulick and Mary Ann Wojtyna.\n\nFriends of Bernice Radvinski will be received at \nThompson Miller Funeral Home, 124 East North Street, \nButler, PA 16001, on Wednesday 4-6 pm and Thursday \n10-11 am. \n\nA blessing service will be held at Thompson Miller \nFuneral Home at 11:00 a.m., officiated by Deacon \nMitch Natali of All Saints Parish, and Pastor Merry \nMeloy of St. Andrew's United Presbyterian Church.\n\nA private interment will take place at Butler County \nMemorial Park.