Joseph “Joe” Robert Radicioni, Jr.

Joseph “Joe” Robert Radicioni, Jr., 81, a lifetime resident of Dickinson, Texas, passed from this life on December 28, 2023. He was born in Galveston, Texas on April 15, 1942 to parents, Joseph Robert Radicioni, Sr. and Josephine Marie (Menotti) Radicioni.

Joe had a career as a maintenance supervisor for Penreco Oil Refinery for over 50 years. After retiring from Penreco, he worked for Clear Creek ISD as the parking lot security monitor.

Joe is preceded in death by his parents and his wife Paula Radicioni who was the love of his life.

He leaves behind to cherish his memory, son, Joel Radicioni, daughter Timi Radicioni/wife Michelle, his side-kick and partner Bridget aka “Choochi”, sisters, Louise Horne/husband Jack; Rosalie Kettler/husband Terry; brothers, Anthony Radicioni/wife Linda and Jerry Radicioni/wife Elizabeth. Joe also leaves behind many nieces and nephews whom he adored and loved.

In his honor, there will be a visitation on Saturday, January 6, 2024 from 9:00am to 10:00am at Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson, Texas with a funeral service to follow at 10:00am. Committal will follow at Mt. Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson, Texas.

Serving as pallbearers are Anthony Radicioni, Jerry Radicioni, Jason Gregson, Ryan Radicioni, Duane Radicioni, Wade Radicioni and Lucas Radicioni. Honorary pallbearers are Joel Radicioni, Joshua Gray, Joe Cox and Ken Horne.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Diabetes Association, Boys Ranch Club, or plant a tree in Joe’s name.



  1. Sorry for your loss I pray that you find peace. And daily strength.

    Emma Washington
  2. rest easy Joe we will miss you sir

    John F Schoellkopf
  3. RIP Joe. You were a good man. My condolences and prayers to the family.

    Mike Zuber
  4. I will forever love and honor his memory. I will miss our conversation.

    Joshua Gray
  5. Sorry for your loss and My condolences and prayers to the family, Stay strong.

    Larry Caesar
  6. Joe was a friend of my father-in-law Johnnie Pate from Dickinson , My wife Bonnie and later was a friend to my son John F Schoellkopf.
    It was a pleasure to know have known Joe through three Generations in our family.

    F C Trey Schoellkopf
  7. Sorry for the families loss keeping you all in our thoughts & prayers 🙏🏻 Vic & Jo Ann Mitosinka

    Vic & Jo Ann Mitosinka
  8. Dear Timi And Family,
    So very very sorry for your loss! He was so sweet like your Mom! I pray they are together now listening to a George Strait song and visiting! Just saw notice and would have been there if I had known. Take care Sweet Kid!
    Margie McCumber

    Margie McCumber
  9. So sorry to hear about Joe’s passing. He was one of my favorite classmates. He was one of those sweet boys you never forget. My condolences to his family.

    Pat Heffron Marburger
  10. I was so saddened to learn that Joe had died. Joe & I were classmates from 1st grade at True Cross School, receiving our First Communions together from Msgr. Thomas Carney. We graduated from DHS in 1960. During high school Joe & I enjoyed horseback riding. Once Joe let me ride his pinto horse which tried to buck me off! Our last meeting was in 2005 at a DHS class reunion on Tiki Island.
    Joe was kind, soft-spoken and always a gentleman. The girls at DHS used to comment on what a good dancer Joe was!
    (A quote from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”)
    “Goodnight, sweet prince, and may flights of angels sing thee to thy rest”.
    My deepest condolences to Joe’s family and especially to his sister, Louise.

    Dr. Alfred Ozenne

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