Larkin Mortuary

Madison Faith Radtke

04/11/2000 - 09/21/2016

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On September 21, 2016 the world lost an amazing young lady. Our daughter Madison Faith Radtke passed away. She touched so many lives in her short 16 years and was loved by so many people. She had spent her life traveling the world and seeing as much as she possibly could. We were blessed to accompany her on these journeys. She loves her family, her friends and her music. She is with her family and friends that passed before her and we know she is in a better place. Please keep her in your hearts and prayers.

She is survived by her mother and father; Lindee and Kurt Radtke, three sisters; Emma, Erin and Abby, two brothers; Tyler and Jorden, Grandparents; Pam Radtke and Rhonda Artrup, Deane and Stevie Mazur and Bill and Sharon Radtke and Great grandfather; Charles Volk, Aunt; Nancy and Uncles Mike and John. She was an aunt to Agnes, Thatcher, Barrett, Penny and Rayleigh.

We will miss her every second until we can see her again.

A service will be held by the family on Monday, September, 26, 2016 at 11:00am at The Barn, 1166 Pioneer Rd. Draper UT 84020

In lieu of flowers donations can be made at

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  • Kurt…my heart is breaking for you.

    — Samantha (Hankins) Leibhart
  • My sympathies are with you. I only met Madison at Ben & Emma’s wedding when she hung out with my daughter Caroline but she made a big impression. She was so sweet & I will remember her fondly. I will be praying for your family.

    — Gail Geib
  • My deepest condolences to your loss of a beautiful girl. All of us in jeddah knew her so well and loved her and were devasted to find out about this terrible news. Especially fatima, Alex, and I. We held her dear to our hearts and she will always belong in our memories. The one thing I regret not doing is thanking her for one thing that she saved me in. I pretty much owe my life to her for it and it will be a heavy regret in my heart for the rest of my life. I wish the best and easy healing to all of you. I hope she is happy wherever she is because she deserves it and more.

    — Shereen Mourad