Lee, the third generation Radick, runs the day to
day activities of Radick Corporation. A graduate
of Spring Garden College with a Bachelors degree
in business, Lee has been able to expand the company
in to different markets. He has spent the greater
part of his career at Radick Corporation working
in the field, as is evident by the majority of the
photos in the photo galleries. Lee believes he has
acquired his installation skills fom his grandfather,
and his metal fabrication and layout talents from
his father, enabling him to become a complete sheet
metal mechanic and business owner.
Today, Lee oversees all outside field installations
and inside shop fabrications. Though he wears many
hats for Radick Corporation, Lee feels he is able
to successfully handle all that is sent his way.
Lee plays a major role in every job Radick Corporation
contracts, for he feels he needs to stay close to
his customer in all facets of the project.
Of all the successful projects that Lee has seen
through from beginning to end, he is most proud
of the emergence of the EZ
Access Skylight. He has taken his family's vision
and turned it into a reality, where it has become
a successful product in the market place.
John J. Radick Jr.
I am extremely proud to say that I believe that
my father is the nuts and bolts behind the success
of Radick Corporation. The knowledge that he has
acquired over his 45 years in the trade is quite
impressive. He is highly skilled at sheet metal
layout and fabrications where he prides
himself on being able to produce any product a customer
may want. He reads blue prints of projects thoroughly
where he rarely will miss items pertaining to our
scope of work and will often find those "hidden"
details that do relate to our trade. My father is
a very proud man who runs an effecient and productive
shop, and has a stored wealth of knowledge of what
works, and what doesn't work. One brief conversation
with my dad and you will be convinced of his credibility.
My father has supervised many large projects in
and around the Philadelphia area where he was responsible
for the roofing, siding, and metal
work installations, and shop fabrications pertaining
to these projects. Some of the more noteworthy developments
are: Parkwood Manor, Newtown Grant, Neshaminy Valley,
and Penrose Park, to name a few.
Co-inventor of the E-Z Access
Skylight with my grandfather, my dad has played
a prominent role in the success of the Radick Corporation.
John J. Radick Sr.
specialty was his ability to take on those "difficult"
projects and turn them into works of art. The majority
of his career in the metal industry was spent out
in the field where he installed many types of roofing
systems and specialty products. In his day, cornice
was a popular item on most buildings and he had
an uncanny knack of making his cuts so precise,
that when he followed up his work with his soldering
skills the finished product looked extremely clean
and precise. His favorite material to work with
was copper, for he felt it was the only
material that would truly last a lifetime when installed
and soldered correctly. Later on in his career he
worked very closely with my father in the shop fabricating
skylights, where he helped my dad design the E-Z
Access Skylight. My Pop Pop passed away in 1988,
but his teachings, skills, and overall way he lived
his life is the foundation for what Radick Corporation
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