Lee Radner, a community activist and longtime Gateway resident, died on May 7 at age 92.
Born in 1925 in Chicago, and he and his wife, Rogene, lived in San Francisco, Guam, and Hawaii before settling in The Gateway in 1996. He quickly became well-known and respected throughout the northeast waterfront for his community involvement.
Last Friday Gateway residents and friends shared a toast with Lee Radner’s the family members at the Fuzio to honor his memory. (see photos below)
For more about Lee Radner, please read: https://hoodline.com/2018/05/lee-radner-activist-who-fought-8-washington-dies-at-92