Russel Wilbert Kaderly, age 77, resident of Bodfish, Calif., died on January 2, 2020, in Bakersfield, Calif., after a long battle and complications from COPD. He was born July 29, 1942, in Jefferson City, Miss.
His parents were William (Bob) Russell Kaderly and Mable Gladys Huser Kaderly.
His siblings were two sisters; Pat Stroud and Nancy Tracy. He was divorced at the time of death and had two previous marriages. 1st marriage was to Judy Bell for five years. He had two children with Judy Bell; Cari Kaderly, and John Kaderly.
Cari Kaderly had three children; Renee Riley, Daryl Pietrzak, and Belinda Pietrzak. Renee has five children; Adrian Barron, Isaiah Baron, Sebastian Barron, Ella Riley and Samson Riley. Daryl has one child; Tristan Pietrzak. Belinda has two children; Wyatt Younce and Justyce Pietzrak.
His second marriage to Marie Angela Abernathy for five years resulted in having one child, Carl Kaderly. Carl has one child; Elijah Kaderly.
Russell moved to Venice, Calif., from Missouri as a kid. He attended Venice High School: Class of 1960. He worked for Walker Buerge Ford as a mechanic until 1978 when he moved to Bodfish. He had his own tractor business before working at Kern Valley Medical Supply before retiring. He enjoyed square dancing, the mountain views, motorcycle riding, off-roading, going to the lake, his Ford Bronco, and spending time with his family and friends. Especially his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He is survived by his children John Kaderly, Carl Kaderly and his grand children Renee Riley, Daryl Pietrzak, Belinda Pietrzak, and Elijah Kaderly. His great-grandchildren Adrian Barron, Isaiah Barron, Sebastian Barron, Ella Riley, Samson Riley, Tristan Pietrzak, Wyatt Younce, and Justyce Pietzrak.
He is preceded in death by his daughter Cari Pietrzak who passed away February 5, 2012.
Services will be held on February 29, 2020, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 6400 Park Ave, Mountain Mesa.
Interment will be for immediate family only.
Please do not send flowers or donations. Russell wanted everyone to be happy and have a festive gathering after his passing.