Bertha M. “Tuttie” (Stewart) Adam, 79, of Greenwich Twp., passed away August 13 in her residence. She was the wife of Marvin L. Adam. Bertha was a daughter of Bertha M. (Benjamin) Stewart, Hamburg, and the late Charles Stewart. Also surviving are children: Daune B. (David S.) Kunkel, Greenwich Twp.; Duane D. (Denise A.) Sobers, New Tripoli; Denise M. (Adam) Wright, Dallas, TX; Robert A. Adam, Frystown; Richard M. Adam, Orlando, FL; and Dallas B. Adam Sr., Sarasota, FL; grandsons, Jeremy D. (Michele P.) Kunkel, Auburn, and Dallas B. Adam, Jr., Sarasota, FL; great-grandchildren; siblings: Robert Stewart, Hamburg; Doris Leibensperger, Shoemakersville; and Edwin Stewart, Reading.
Kathleen M. Alsdorf passed away August 15. She was predeceased by her husband, William H. Alsdorf. Kathleen is survived by children: Dennis W. (Darlene) Alsdorf of Wyomissing, and Cynthia L. (John S.) Falter of Kenhorst; grandchildren: Beth A. (Michael) Wawrzonek, Steven W. (Emily) Rodolff, and Megan L. Butcher; great-grandchildren: Joshua Wawrzonek, Alivia Rodolff and Damon Rodolff.
Barbara A. (Cianciosi) Arnold, 78, passed away August 10. She was the wife of the late Robert A. Arnold. She is survived by brother, Thomas A. Cianciosi; niece, Diana L. (John) Cocco; great-neice, Madalyn E. Cocco; sister-in-law, Linda D. Cianciosi; sister-in-law, Margaret (Bill) Vojtasek; niece, Carla (Vern) Fitzgerald; nephew, Neil (Shelley) Vojtasek; nephew, Mark (Diana) Vojtasek; aunt, Louise Orlando; great-nieces; great-nephews; and cousins.
Richard W. Bagenstose, 89, formerly of Bernville and Hamburg, passed away August 15 in the Orwigsburg Center in Orwigsburg. He was the widower of Mildred Helen (Wolfe) Bagenstose. Surviving are sister, Pauline Bennecoff of Kutztown; niece, Pattie Derr; and nephew, Jere (Bobbye) Bennecoff.
Eleanor E. Beck, 86, of Reading, passed away August 17 in her residence. She was the companion of Allen J. Adams. Also surviving are daughter, Sherry L. Breidegam, Reading; sons, George R. Breidegam, Reading, Kerry L. Breidegam, Mount Penn; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and great-great-grandchildren.
Shirley Kohl Boltz, 80, of Cumru Twp., passed away at home August 14. She was the widow of Wilbur R. Boltz. Shirley is survived by children, Bradley D. Boltz and Suzanne C. Berry, both of Shillington; granddaughters: Jessica Mohn; Kelsey L. and Kylie A. Boltz; great-grandchildren, Cole and Haley Mohn; and sister, Betty G. Bender of Alleghenyville.
Mario Borgatta, 89, of Spring Twp., passed away August 12 in Penn State Health/St. Joseph. He was the husband of Palma (Calabrese) Borgatta. Also surviving are children, Louis (Rosanna) Borgatta of Spring Twp., and Mary J. (Thomas J.) McDonald of Lower Heidelberg Twp.; and grandchildren, Ashley A., Mario S. and Louis F. Borgatta, Brittney N., James M. and Kailey A. McDonald.
Joseph “Joe” Boulanger, 81, formerly of Montrose Manor, passed away August 11 in Berks Heim. He is survived by children, Joseph P. (Sharon) Boulanger, Reinholds, Lisa M. (M. Brian) Kopcik, Bernville, and Deborah A. Gentry, Wyomissing; qnd grandchildren, Brianna (Matt) Gable, Kyle Boulanger, Nicole Kopcik, Morgan Kopcik, Reed Kopcik, Jennifer Gentry, Richard Gentry, Thomas Gentry and Lauren Gentry.
Susan E. (Smith) Brooks, 70, of Exeter Twp., passed away August 12 in Presbyterian Hospital, Philadelphia. She was the wife of Gary A. Brooks, Sr. Also surviving are children, Gary A. (Piera) Brooks, Jr. of Pace, FL, Andrea M. (Michael) Griffith and Gregory F. Brooks, both of Knoxville; grandchildren: Joshua, Jeremy, Elena, Kyle and Stacy Brooks; sister, Ellen L. McMullen Zintak of Wyomissing; nieces and nephews.
Gene T. Brown, 55, of Wernersville, passed away August 12 at Penn State Health St. Joseph. He is survived by daughter, Nicole E. Rankin; son, Justin G. Brown; brother, Troy L. Brown; sisters, Lynette E. Brendle, Michelle R. Lorah, and Jennifer L. Cinqmars; and a granddaughter.
Doris Marie (Boyer) Burkert, 90, Muhlenberg Twp., passed away August 16 in Golden Living Center, Exeter Twp. She is survived by daughters, Sandra L. (Peter D.) Baney of Bern Twp., and Diana L. Hoffa of Muhlenberg Twp.; grandchildren, Michael F. Mull, Kimberly L. (Todd R.) Sarge of Muhlenberg Twp., Trisha A. Urban of Coopersburg, A, and Kylene E. Knepp of Cumru Twp.; great-grandchildren, Mary K., Nathan A., Rachel A. and Leah N. Nye, Caden D. Knepp, Cora C. Urban and Adelade G. Knepp; and great-great-grandson, Dante A. Rodrigeuez.
Regina Helen “Jean” Confer, 85, passed away at home August 12. Surviving are daughter, Roxanne M. (Tom H.) Evans of Northridge, CA; brother, Louis A. Fiorini; sister, Vera R. Keim; nephews, Carl J. (Donna) Fiorini, Shannon Keim; niece, Tammy Razzano; great-nephews, Carl J. Fiorini and John Riggles; great-nieces, Sarah Toporski, Meredith Huntley and Elizabeth Riggles; and great-great-nephew, Eric Toporski.
Dennis C. Crosby, 52, of Exeter Twp., passed away August 14 at Penn State Health-St. Joseph Medical Center.
Sister Cecilia Daniel, 97, of the Bernardine Franciscan Sisters Third Order Regular of St. Francis, passed away August 12 at St. Joseph Villa, Reading. There are no surviving immediate family members.
Clair Davis. Son of Edward and Ruth, brother to Gene, Lee, Dale, and Susan; husband to Margaret; father to Michael and Michelle; grandfather to Joseph, Kaitlynn, and Kristinn; and companion to Joan and Ellie.
Jeffrey Allen Ebert, 55, of Reading, passed away August 9 in the Reading Hospital. He is survived by his mother, Doris J. (Malloy) Ebert, of Charlotte, NC; siblings, Sharon L. Worthington, of Charlotte, NC, Patrick J. Ebert of Womelsdorf; and companion, Alice Meyerson of Reading.
Pauline R. Eisenhower, 96, of Wyomissing, passed away August 11 at Country Meadows. Survivors include sister, Marian J. Zalanka of Maine; nieces, Sandra L. Schnader and Marcia A. Kowalchick; nieces and nephews; great-nieces and -nephews; and great-great-nieces and -nephews.
Wilbur R. “Buddy” Ellis, 79, of Fleetwood, passed away August 9 in Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center. He was the husband of Betty J. (Snyder) Ellis. Also surviving are children, John R. (Noreen) Ellis of Harrisburg, Daniel G. Ellis of Pottstown, and Michael E. Ellis of Fleetwood; grandchildren, Briana (Brian) Viens and Corey Ellis; great-grandchildren, Riley and Jackson Viens; and siblings, Donald (June) Ellis of Temple, Richard Ellis of Sinking Spring, Sherwood Ellis of Florida, and Betty J. Rickert of Lansdale.
Frederick John Feltenberger, 73, of Laureldale, passed away August 14 at his residence. He was the husband of Dolly (VanDever) Feltenberger. Frederick is also survived by daughters, Terri Lynn Colon of Shillington, Deanine L. Correll of Lexington, SC, and Shari Delp of Arizona; sons, Jody Rush of Arizona, Kyle Feltenberger and Brad Feltenberger, both of Muhlenberg Twp.; sisters, Jean E. Putt and Marveanna M. Redstone, both of Laureldale; brother, Earl C. (Doris) Feltenberger of Columbia, PA; grandchildren, Danielle, Nicole and Blaine Colon, Ashlie and Marissa Correll, Jessica Delp, and Devon and Katrina Feltenberger; also great-grandchildren, Brandon John, Zack, Dontae and Madison Grace.
Sara J. Fiskaldo, 89, formerly of Laureldale, passed away August 9 at the Reading Hospital. She was the widow of Alfred Fiskaldo. Surviving are sister, Shirley Strickler; nephews, Daniel Fiskaldo and Randy Strickler; and niece, Deborah Mogel.
Helen Giles, 89, of Shillington, passed away August 11 in the Reading Hospital. She was the widow of Robert C. Giles. Survivors include daughter, Darlene (Randy) Harding of Wernersville; grandson, Dean (Danielle) Churchill; and great-grandchildren, Zachary, Drew and Jordan.
Veronica C. (Schlatman) Green, 100, passed away August 14 in her Brecknock Twp. residence. She was the widow of Frederick S. Green. Surviving are children, Marilyn E. (Wayne) Tice of Ontario, Canada, Frances V. Clites of York, Angela L. (Thomas L.) Wambaugh of Mohnton, and Erin V. Green of Ontario, Canada; sister, Mary Thomson, Ontario, Canada; grandchildren, Mona, Fred, Mari-Kathleen, Christopher, Stephen, Michelle, Sean, and Bryn; great-grandchildren, Michelle, Heather, Jeffrey, Michael, Jessica, Carly, Maxine, Zachary, and Tyler; nieces and nephews.
Doris V. Guido, 78, of Reading, passed away August 11 in the Reading Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband, Francis W. Guido. Doris is survived by nieces, nephews and extended family.
Christy Hatzas, 87, passed away August 10 in his Kenhorst residence. He is survived by nieces, Marian Cheri and Sharon K. Cheri; and nephew, Nickolas J. Hatzas.
Richard D. Heilman, 76, of Reading, passed away August 12 at his residence. He was the husband of Carole A. (Fake) Heilman. Also surviving are sons, David (Janet), and Scott (Cara); grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Richard B. Helfrich, 87, formerly of Pennside, passed away August 9 in the Reading Hospital and Medical Center. He was the widower of Concetta (Crimaldi) Helfrich. Richard is survived by sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews.
Betty L. High, 90, passed away August 9 at Country Meadows. She was married to the late Robert F. High. Betty is survived by son, Lee E. (Sharon) High; daughter-in-law, Diane M. High; grandchildren, Lauren, Libby and Alex; great-grandchild, Arya; niece, Kathy Raskiewicz; and nephews, George Searfoss, Glenn Searfoss and Dorwin Searfoss.
Deninya M. Holt, 44, formerly of Reading, passed away August 7 in Piedmont Newton Medical Center, Georgia. Surviving are brothers, Brian Harris of Reading, David Harris of Pottstown, David (Letitia) Holt II of Douglassville; sister, Tiffany Holt of Covington, GA; Shay (Shannon) Holt of Wernersville; aunt, Mary Jenkins of Hampden, CT; uncle, Edward Holt of Reading; nephews, David Holt III of Douglassville, Elijah and Khalil Maxwell, both of Covington, GA; and nieces, Zariya Holt of Douglassville, Brooklyn Holt of Wernersville.
Lana M. (Wirth) Horrigan passed away August 15. She is survived by sisters, Linda (Tim) Jablonski, Carol Stasek; brother, Lawrence (Sharon) Wirth; daughter, Meghan (Jason) Krick; son, Chad (Stephanie) Horrigan; former spouse, W. Michael Horrigan; nephew, Mark (Kendra) Leffler, and their children, Luke and Ava; and grandchildren, Aidan, Patrick and Jules.
Vivian R. Jobse, 87, formerly of Reading, passed away August 8 in LifeCare, Scituate, MA. She was the widow of Pieter Jobse. Survivors include sons, Peter J. (Michelle) Jobse of Oak Hill, VA, Bruce D. (Daydee) Jobse of Scituate, MA; and grandchildren, Jason Jobse, Bruce Jobse, Ryan Jobse and Erica Figueroa.
Leroy P. Keeney, Sr., 82, passed away August 11 in Stone Ridge Town Centre in Myerstown. He was married to the late Ruth Mae (Zimmerman) Keeney. Leroy is survived by siblings, Tyrus M. (Joan) Keeney of Manheim, Jerry A. Keeney of Bernville, Ada A. Miller of Wernersville, and Annie E. (Wilmer) Beinhower of Manheim; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Marilyn J. (Hoyler) Kline, 82, passed away August 15 in her Muhlenberg Twp. residence. She was predeceased by her husband, John “Jack” W. Kline. Marilyn is survived by daughter, Denise M. Kline of Muhlenberg Twp.; son, Randall A. (Karen) Kline of Temple; granddaughter, Kimberly Meeker, and great-granddaughter, Emma Meeker.
James A. Koch, 55, of Caernarvon Twp., passed away August 9 in his residence. He was the husband of Jeanne Y. (Coyle) Koch. Also surviving are daughter, Michele R. (Derek) Snider of Pottstown; sons, Anthony J. Koch, Cherry Point, NC, Timothy A. Koch, Morgantown; sisters, Constance Burruss, Towanda, PA, Patricia Koch, Santa Clara, CA; brothers, Michael Koch, Deptford, NJ, David Koch, Medford, NJ, and Paul Koch, Antioch, CA.
William S. Koller, 66, of Douglassville, passed away August 13 in Nag’s Head, NC. He was the husband of Alayne (Kistler) Koller. Bill is also survived by children, Nicole (Larry) Kern and Katyana (Christopher) Strain, both of Exeter, and Mackenzie (Cindy) Koller of Manayunk; siblings, John, Ann, James and Mary Ellen; and grandchildren, Nora, Justin, Zachary and Connor.
Maryann Kozlowski, 79, of Reading, passed away August 12 in the Reading Hospital and Medical Center. Her husband, Edward J. Kozlowski, preceded her in death. Maryann is survived by daughter, Tiffany Ann Shea of Laureldale; grandchildren, Caryn M. Kozlowski, Andrew E. Livinghouse, Maggie M. Nowotarski and Neiko E. Shea; sisters, Barbara Ann Scibek of Green Hills, and Michelle Ann (Robert) Gatto of Exeter; nieces and nephews.
Florence E. Kreisher, 89, of Shillington, passed away August 12 at Mifflin Center. She is survived by children, Barbara A. Bortz of Shillington and Mark D. Kreisher of Lincoln, DE; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; and brother; Forest Miller of Shillington.
Frederick Thomas Marks, 63, of Ocean City, MD, passed away August 6 in Salisbury, MD. He is survived by daughters, Valerie L. Hill, Reading, and Stacie E. (Jason) Weber, Sinking Spring; grandchildren, Brittany L. Keller, Shanese R. Hill, Lawrence J. Hill and Ariel L. Hill; great-grandson, Carter V. Monacelli; and his companion, Deborah Hasker, Ocean City, MD.
Bradley Scott Mayer, 23, of Spring Twp., passed away August 11 in Lehigh Valley Hospital. He was the son of Christopher and Rhonda M. (Lykens) Mayer. Also surviving are brothers, Matthew C. Mayer and Andrew M. Mayer, both at home; maternal grandparents, Armand A. and Barbara A. Lykens of Shillington; aunts and uncles, Jeffrey and Sylvia Beck of Honeybrook, Gregory and Faith Lykens of Chicago, IL, John and Elizabeth Krisko of Darnestown, MD; and cousins, Eric Beck, Heidi Medina, Joel Beck, Patrick Beck, Daniel Lykens, Holly Lykens, Meghan Krisko and Patrick Krisko.
Eleanor M. McGinn, 91, of Shillington, passed away August 11 at Manor Care Sinking Spring. She was predeceased by her husband, John J. McGinn. Eleanor is survived by children, John A. McGinn of Shillington, and Margaret R. (William G.) Westley of Birdsboro; grandchildren, Jessica A. (Shawn) Shuman of West Lawn, and Stacey M. (Justin) Katrinak of Exeter Twp; great-grandchildren, Brady M. and Noah W. Katrinak and Jack A. Shuman; brother, Albert (Joann) Allen of Newark, DE; and sister, Rosemarie Robel of Annville.
Geraldine L. Miller, 83, passed away August 8 in Reading Hospital. She was predeceased by her husband, Roosevelt Miller, Sr. Geraldine is survived by son, Cedrique Miller, Sr. of Reading; grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Nicholas Adam Mumma, 13, of Silver Spring, MD, passed away August 17 in Penn State Health-St. Joseph Medical Center. He was the son of Shawn R. and Sherry L. (Zettlemoyer) Mumma. Nicholas is also survived by brothers, Zachary G. Mumma and Joshua L. Mumma, both at home; maternal grandparents, Dennis L. and Rosemary A. Zettlemoyer, Kutztown; paternal grandparents, Malcolm L. and Sharon L. Dreibelbis, Ontelaunee Twp.; and extended family.
Betty Marie (Kintzer) Peiffer, 74, passed away August 7. She was the wife of James L. Peiffer, Jr. She is also survived by son, David A. (Pamela L.) Peiffer of Pottstown; daughters, Kathaleen L. (Mark) Worthing of Australia, and Michelle L. Jumper of Middletown; grandchildren, Geoffrey, Chelsea, Caelim, Melissa, Joshua, Desiree, Jonathan, Sarah, Jordan, Brianna and Nathan; great-granddaughters, Jailyn and Jenna; and brother, Richard L. Kintzer, of Danville, CA.
Daniel A. “Boop” Pusch, Jr., 50, of Boyertown, passed away August 12 in the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. He survived by his mother, Nancy L. (Rothermel) Tagert of Birdsboro; father, Daniel A. (Marilyn) Pusch, Sr. of Boyertown; maternal grandmother, Lena F. Rothermel of Pottstown; sister, Rebecca L. (Eric G.) Thompson of Mohnton; stepsisters, Yvonne M. (David) Kalis, Tina M. (Douglas D.) Horvat; nephew, Nicholas D. Horvat; and stepbrothers, T. Eric (Leah), Christopher M. and Benjamin J. Tagert.
Warren K. Putt, 83, of Wernersville, passed away August 15 in ManorCare Sinking Spring. He was the husband of the late Mildred Putt. Warren is survived by sons, Ricky K. Putt, Randy L. Putt; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Salvatore F. Raccuglia Sr., 70, of Temple, passed away August 11 in his residence. He was the husband of Angela M. (Rauso) Raccuglia. Also surviving are sons, Philip J. (Jillyn) Raccuglia, Temple, and Salvatore (Michelle) Raccuglia, Jr., Wyomissing; grandchildren, Shelby, Angela, Salvatore, Joseph, Anna and Thomas; brother, Joseph (Mary) Raccuglia, and sisters, Maria Davies, and Angela (Frank) Fiore, all of Temple; nieces and nephews, Bree Kantner, George Fiore, Philip Fiore, Francesca Lausch, Jennifer Raccuglia and Joseph Raccuglia.
Stella M. Rohrbach, 87, of Bernville, passed away August 7. She was married to Russell G. Rohrbach, Sr. Surviving are children, Rita (Kirk) Barnett, Dorothy Mattocks, Joyce (Charles) Boughan, and Russell G. Rohrbach, Jr.
Douglas J. Roth, 64, of Alsace Twp., passed away August 11 at ManorCare, Laureldale. He is survived by a brother, Gregory L. (MaryJane) Roth, Boalsburg, PA.
Paul H. Schmitzer, 72, of Union Twp., Berks Co., passed away August 16 at home. He was the husband of Margaret M. (Leckfor) Schmitzer. Also surviving are daughter, Jessica S. (Harland) Yu, of Springfield, VA; father-in-law, John Leckfor, Sr. of Manchester, CT; brother-in-law, John Leckfor, Jr. of Ledyard, CT; sisters-in-law, Patricia (John) Rossi of Glastonbury, CT, Joanne (John) Gunning of Warwick, RI; grandchildren, Henry K. Yu and Edward K. Yu; niece and nephews.
John C. Scolastico, Sr., 68, of Reading, passed away August 12 in Penn State Medical Group St. Joseph Medical Center. He was the husband of the late Sandra J. (Bratton) Scolastico. John is survived by children, Joel M. Scolastico, Exeter Twp., Jill M. Scolastico, High Point, NC, John C. (Jennifer A.) Scolastico, Jr., Sinking Spring, Jamie M. Scolastico, Sinking Spring, Jennifer L. (Gregory L.) Duffin, Cumru Twp.; brother, James E. Scolastico; and grandchildren, Ethan J., Nicholas C. and Isabelle J. Scolastico.
Barbara S. Sinkinson, 91, passed away August 13 at Country Meadows of Wyomissing. She was married to Richard Sinkinson, who predeceased her. Surviving are children, Michael F., Pamela, William R. and Caroline; grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.
Damon Lane Steinmetz, 22, of Limekiln, passed away August 13. He was the son of Lane E. and Brenda L. (Stoudt) Steinmetz. Damon is also survived by brother, Ross E. (Shannon) Steinmetz of Blandon; aunts, uncles and cousins.
Kathryn Szczepkowski, 88, of Reading, passed away August 13 in her residence. She was the widow of Edmond S. Szczepkowski. Kathryn is survived by son, Edward S. (Victoria) Szczepkowski; daughter, Kathleen J. Szczepkowski; sisters, Betty (Donald) Sterner, and Jane (Donald) Feeney; brother, Leonard; grandchildren, Michael, Kim, Stephanie, Joseph and Chad; and great-grandchildren.
Jacqueline Mayo Trinidad, 65, passed away August 12 in Spruce Manor. She was the wife of Jose M. Trinidad. Also survived by daughters, Rochelle Peterson and Alfreda Mayo; sisters; brothers; and grandchildren.
M. Shirley (Bampton) Updegrave, 86, of Cumru Twp., passed away August 8 in Reading Hospital. She was the widow of Frederick Lee Updegrave. Shirley is survived by daughter, Kathy Lease; son, David A. (Kay) Updegrave; sister, Gayle Speck; brothers, Calvin (Nancy) Bampton, and Dennis (Jean) Bampton; grandchildren, Tara (Todd) Kramlich, and Brandon (Juliana) Updegrave; great-grandchildren; nieces and nephews.
Clifford A. Weidner, 87, of Muhlenberg Twp., passed away August 10 in Penn State Health St. Joseph. He is survived by his wife, Viola M. (Trate) Weidner. Cliff is also survived by son, Craig A. (Annie) Weidner of Muhlenberg Twp.; granddaughter, Audree Mooney; and great-grandchildren, Reilley C. Mooney and Emilie R. Mooney.
Dorothy H. Weiland, wife of the late Roy R. Weiland, passed away August 11. She is survived by daughter, Jaclyn L. (Herman) Schertle of Houston, TX; son, R. Robert (Cindy) Weiland II of York; grandchildren, Jillian Schertle of Houston, TX, Alyssa (Jeff) Lewis of Thomasville, GA, Zachary R. (Monica) Weiland of Mt. Wolf, PA, and Kyle R. (Amber) Weiland of Dover, PA; great-grandchildren, Hailey and Kalli Weiland, and Hunter and Gage Weiland; siblings, Roy Hetrick, Harold Hetrick, Erma (Leon) Burkhart, Isabelle (Floyd) Rhodes; nieces and nephews.
Geraldine A. “Geri” Weitzel, 83, formerly of Reading, passed away August 14 in Berks Heim. She was the wife of the late Arthur E. Weitzel, Sr. Survivors include grandchildren, Bryan (Nicole) Blanck, Marco (Vanessa) Cipolla, Nicholas Blanck, Arthur E. (Jillian) Weitzel III, Anthony Weitzel, and Marissa Weitzel; great-grandchildren, Ava and Jake Blanck, Nicholas and Nathan Lewis, and Oliver Cipolla; and sister, Irene Crammer of Shillington.
Arthur A. “Sonny” Wessner, Jr., 78, of Upper Tulpehocken Twp., passed away August 15 in the Reading Hospital. He was the husband of Diane M. (Wagner) Wessner. Also surviving are children, Brian A., (Sherry G.) Wessner of Upper Tulpehocken Twp., Mark A. (Robin A.) Wessner of Schuylkill Haven, and Julie A. (Dwain A.) Schlappich of Strausstown; grandchildren, Neil (Erika) Wessner, Nicole S. Wessner, Cole A. Schlappich, and Brett A. Schlappich; stepgrandson, Roger Himmelberger, Jr.; great-grandchildren, Madison S. and Jake A. Wessner; stepgreat-grandchildren, Dakota and Dylan Himmelberger; brothers, Arlan R. Wessner of Tilden Twp., and Richard L. Wessner of Windsor Twp.; and sister, Carel A. Wessner of Tilden Twp.
Jack Richard Weyman, 77, passed away August 15 in his West Wyomissing residence. He is survived by sister, Gale L. Quaglia of Shillington; nieces and nephews, Dene E. Bonte of Mohnton, Gregory (Amy) Weyman of Washington, DC, Jeffrey (Jennifer) Weyman of Spring Twp., Alicia D. (David R.) Kline of Maidencreek Twp., and Marcie Stewart of Chicago, IL; great-nieces and -nephews.
Marie A. Zelano, 94, of Muhlenberg Park, passed away August 13 in the Reading Hospital. She was the widow of Phillip G. Zelano. Surviving are daughter, Phyllis M. (James R.) Bohn of Muhlenberg Park; sisters, Josie Perrotto of Exeter Twp., Mary (Bob) Fiorillo of Telford, PA, and Rosie (Joe) McDonald of Cary, NC; brothers, Natel (Jeanie) Fonte of Reading, Pete (Mary) Fonte of Fleetwood, and Tony Fonte of Greenfields; nieces and nephews.
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