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Thomas Kneale

Jan 13, 1930 - Nov 25, 2023

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West Reading, PA

Thomas J. Kneale, Jr, 93, passed away at Reading Hospital on November 25, 2023. Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late Thomas and Gladys (Shields) Kneale. He served in the United States Army as well as the Marines. He was self-employed, owning and operating his own plumbing business, Kneale Brothers Plumbing, in the Phoenixville area for 30 years.Thomas was a member of Maranatha Baptist Church in Sinking Spring. He was a nature enthusiast. He enjoyed taking walks and hiking, fishing,...Read More

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Lois E. Reppert

Aug 12, 1946 - Feb 16, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Lois E. Reppert (Hoke), 77, passed away peacefully on February 16, 2024, at home surrounded by loved ones. She was the wife of the late Larry L. Reppert. They shared 56 wonderful years together before his passing on April 21, 2019. Born in Donaldson, PA, she was the daughter of the late Marlin and Lorraine (Freeman) Hoke. Lois & Larry were hardworking, responsible teenage parents who left high school to work as a sewing machine operator and broom winder, respectively. They clandestinely attended evening classes and earned their GED when she was 38 to inspire the family to value education at any age. Lois was a devoted Wife, Mom, Nana, Friend, Neighbor, and all-around genuine soul. A devout member of the Bridge Church in Hamburg, she built a spirit of comradery and treasured many memorable moments as part of the Gatekeepers and Young at Heart clubs. Her life centered around family, friends, neighbors, and even homeless cats and kittens. Lois not only fed dozens of feral cats and kittens, but worked tirelessly to trap, neuter/spay, then tame 90% of them and find good homes. She even tamed a chipmunk! Lois lived for her family. She loved to babysit and to watch her grandkids and great-grandkids, play sports, and other activities. If the weather was too cold for her to watch a softball game, she simply pulled up as close as she could to the field and watched from her van. Lois loved to play cards, board games, and mini golf with family and friends. This was the only time she grew fiercely competitive and laughed lovingly, but relentlessly at the mishaps of others, especially on the mini golf course. The family motto became “Beat Nana” because she would win most of the time! She loved her life as a snowbird in Florida where she cherished reading novels while sitting in the sun. Lois’s biggest passion as a snowbird was gaining another “family” whom she loved tremendously. Lois will be remembered for her dedication and love for everyone she knew – and let us not forget her love of food, especially ice cream! Her delicious homemade baked goods were her way of showing she cared! Left to treasure Lois’ memory are her children: Lisa Reppert, partner Mary Cook; daughter-in-law, Annie Reppert (deceased); son Richard Reppert; daughter-in-law Shel Reppert; grandchildren: Kristy, wife of Ryan Martin; Jude Reppert, fiancé of Erica Kelly; Nikki, wife of Melvin Mendez; and Brittney, wife of Keali’i Chun; and great-grandchildren: Ella, Kenzie, Isaiah, Malia, Gianna, and Meilani. She was predeceased by her brother, Ralph Hoke. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, February 22, 2024 at 7:00 p.m. at 3561 Old Rte 22 Hamburg, PA 19526. Visitation will be held from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Bridge Church at the address above. Kuhn Funeral Home & Crematory, Inc is honored to serve the Reppert family. Condolences may be expressed at kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Michael J. Wojszwillo

May 22, 1946 - Feb 16, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Michael J. Wojszwillo, 77, of Rittenhouse Village, passed away Friday, February 16, 2024, in the care of Mifflin Center. Born in Reading to the late Anthony C. Wojszwillo Sr. and Helen E. (Suglia) Wojszwillo, Michael graduated from Twin Valley High School in 1966. He served honorably in the United States Army during the Vietnam War and earned a National Defense Service Medal. After leaving the Army, Michael worked as a Nurse’s Aid, last working at Mifflin Center. Michael enjoyed bowling and fishing, relaxing with his family, and watching television, particularly Westerns. For many years he would meet his friends weekly at the Berkshire Mall food court. He is survived by his brother, Anothy C. Wojszwillo Jr. of Gouglersville; his sister, Pamela R. Perini, wife of John, of Birdsboro; and his nieces, nephews, and their families. A Prayer Service will be held on Thursday, February 22, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. at the Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc, 739 Penn Ave, West Reading, PA 19611, with interment and military honors to follow at Gethsemane Cemetery. Friends and family may visit from 9:00 a.m. until the start of the service at the funeral home. Condolences may be expressed at kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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James Arthur Williamson, Jr.

Apr 16, 1943 - Feb 11, 2024

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West Reading, PA

James Arthur Williamson, Jr. passed on at home with his wife and daughter by his side on February 11. Jim was a kind and good man. He loved God, he loved his family and friends, and he loved his church and country. Jim was born in Detroit, the son of James and Geraldine Williamson, on April 16, 1943. He was the beloved husband of Judy and the cherished father of Kate, wife of Ted Matsushita, and grandfather of Maia and Ty. Jim was the much-loved big brother of Jude Ratz, of Apollo Beach, FL; Joy Kreider, of Sinking Spring; and Jan Williamson, of Bethany Beach, DE. He is also survived by his beloved stepmother, Dotty Williamson; stepbrother Bill Frownfelter, of Durango, CO; Daphne Frownfelter, wife of his late stepbrother, Todd; and many beloved nieces, nephews, and their children. Jim graduated in 1960 from Mt. Penn High School and majored in math at Princeton, where he was in ROTC and wrote his senior thesis on game theory. He received his MBA from Harvard and worked for the Cambridge, MA, office of IBM before leaving for Artillery Officers Basic Training at Fort Sill, OK, where he graduated first in his class. He served as an Army Artillery First Lieutenant from 1966 to 68, mostly at the Pentagon, because he knew the computer programming languages COBOL and FORTRAN. In Washington, he met Judy at a party to which neither had been invited. After completing his military service, Jim worked as assistant to the president of a computer startup in New York City. In March 1969, he flew to Spain, where Judy was studying, and proposed in a garden in the Alhambra. They were married three months later in Haddam, CT. Jim became a management consultant and decided to attend law school on the G.I. Bill. He graduated with honors from George Washington University Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review. He was an attorney in the Washington branch of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius. He later served as a hearing examiner in the US Dept. of Energy. On New Year’s Eve of 1981, in a snowstorm, Jim and Judy and baby Kate moved to Reading. His dad was ready to retire and wanted Jim to take over the family tool business, JAW Mfg. Co., which he had founded in 1950. Although Jim’s dad never did retire, they worked together harmoniously for many years. Jim Jr. never did retire from the business, either. Jim was a spiritual thinker and an ever-curious science guy who loved to learn. He also loved music. He served on the board of the Reading Musical Foundation and was the President of Star Series. He loved barbershop and singing and performing with the Pretzel City Chorus and also serving on its board. Jim was an active member of Torch Club for many years and enjoyed researching and giving talks––one long ago on this new thing called the Internet, another on artificial intelligence, and more recently on “The Greatest Threat to Democracy: Gerrymandering.” Jim was a charter member of the Planetary Society, which sponsored a trip that he and Judy took to Turkey to see the Draconid meteor shower. He relished the opportunity to talk with all the radio telescope people on the bus. Jim was a student of the Bible and looked forward each week to participating in an online Bible study group organized by a dear friend in Lincoln, NE. Running JAW Mfg. Co. kept Jim busy, but he always had time for his family. He loved playing board games during the frequent visits of Kate, Ted, Maia, and Ty, as well being part of the many Williamson family get-togethers. He loved babies and was wonderful with toddlers and little children. Jim loved to travel, and he, Judy, and Kate had many adventures on their family trips over the years. Jim was a man of deep faith and a lifelong Christian Scientist. He served his church, First Church of Christ, Scientist in Reading––as First Reader and in many other capacities––with joy, and he endeavored to live the Golden Rule each day. Jim was a man of principle who saw the best in everyone, and his family can truly say they never heard him say an unkind word about anyone. He was kind and gracious, often hilarious, loved God, and knew that no one could ever be separated from the love of God. There will be a celebration of Jim’s life in the spring. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to First Church of Christ, Scientist, Reading, PA, 438 Douglass St., Wyomissing, PA 19610 or to the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be offered at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Ethel M. Row Dietrich

Jul 28, 1941 - Feb 11, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Ethel Row Dietrich Obituary Ethel M. Row Dietrich, 82, of Reading, passed away Sunday, February 11, 2024, in Spruce Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, West Reading. She was the widow of the late Ronald W. Row, Sr. and Samuel Dietrich Born Monday, July 28, 1941, in Reading, she was a daughter of the late Edwin & Lillian (neé Orrs) Bean. Ethel had worked for the former Bortz Chocolate Company. She is survived by her son: Ricky W. Row; her daughter in law: Vicki A. (neé Schoellkopf) Row; and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sons: Ronald W. Row Jr., and Randy W. Row; and by her siblings: Thelma Jean Cavallo, Edwin Bean Sr.., and Barry Bean. Funeral Services will be Friday, February 16, 2024, at 11 AM, at the Mae A. Stump Funeral Home, 117 W. Main St., Fleetwood, with Chaplain Carolyn Lugo, officiating. Relatives and friends may call Friday, from 10 AM until time of service at the funeral home. Burial will be Monday, February 19, 2024, at 10:30 AM, in Forest Hills Memorial Park, Reiffton. In Lieu of Flowers, contributions may be made to the Evergreen Country Club Playground Fund, PO Box 332, Fleetwood, PA 19522 or the the Animal Rescue League of Berks County at www.berksarl.org The Mull Funeral Home, Womelsdorf, has charge of arrangements. www.mullfh.com Please direct all inquiries to kamull@mullfh.com or by calling 610-589-2821 To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Ethel M (Bean) Row Dietrich, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Ethel M. Row Dietrich

Jul 28, 1941 - Feb 11, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Ethel Row Dietrich Obituary Ethel M. Row Dietrich, 82, of Reading, passed away Sunday, February 11, 2024, in Spruce Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, West Reading. She was the widow of the late Ronald W. Row, Sr. and Samuel Dietrich Born Monday, July 28, 1941, in Reading, she was a daughter of the late Edwin & Lillian (neé Orrs) Bean. Ethel had worked for the former Bortz Chocolate Company. She is survived by her son: Ricky W. Row; her daughter in law: Vicki A. (neé Schoellkopf) Row; and numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her sons: Ronald W. Row Jr., and Randy W. Row; and by her siblings: Thelma Jean Cavallo, Edwin Bean Sr.., and Barry Bean. Funeral Services will be Friday, February 16, 2024, at 11 AM, at the Mae A. Stump Funeral Home, 117 W. Main St., Fleetwood, with Chaplain Carolyn Lugo, officiating. Relatives and friends may call Friday, from 10 AM until time of service at the funeral home. Burial will be Monday, February 19, 2024, at 10:30 AM, in Forest Hills Memorial Park, Reiffton. In Lieu of Flowers, contributions may be made to the Evergreen Country Club Playground Fund, PO Box 332, Fleetwood, PA 19522 or the the Animal Rescue League of Berks County at www.berksarl.org The Mull Funeral Home, Womelsdorf, has charge of arrangements. www.mullfh.com Please direct all inquiries to kamull@mullfh.com or by calling 610-589-2821 To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Ethel M (Bean) Row Dietrich, please visit our floral store. Read More

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David C. Brown

Oct 31, 1954 - Feb 09, 2024

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West Reading, PA

David C. Brown, 69, of Shoemakersville, passed away on Friday, February 9, 2024, at Tower Health, Reading Hospital, West Reading, PA. Born October 31, 1954, in Reading, he was the son of the late Carl Chester and Olga (Kear) Brown. He and the love of his life, his wife, Rose M. (Snyder) Brown, were married on June 15, 1996. Dave worked as an electronics technician for Cryovac Sealed Air Corporation, Reading, and for Lucent Technologies, Terre Hill, PA. He also worked as a carpenter and estimator for Reading Contracting. Dave was a 1974 graduate of Reading High School and a graduate of Lincoln Technical Institute. Dave was a member of the Hyner Hang Gliding Club, a passion of his for 45 years. He was also a member of the APA Pool League and loved shooting pool, hang gliding and woodworking. Surviving in addition to his wife, Rose, are his sisters, Linda (Brown) Kauffman, wife of Donald Kauffman, Halifax, PA, and Deborah (Brown) Gallagher, Reading, and several nephews, great-nieces, and great-nephews. Along with his parents, Dave was preceded in death by his brother, Dennis Brown. A viewing followed by a time of sharing will be held for Dave on Thursday, February 15, 2024, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm at Walbert Funeral Home & Crematory, 14390 Kutztown Rd, Fleetwood. Burial will take place in Forest Hills Memorial Park, Exeter. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, PO Box 5014, Hagerstown, MD 21741. Walbert Funeral Home & Crematory, Fleetwood, is honored to be caring for Dave and his family. Online condolences may be offered at www.WalbertFuneralHome.com. To to the family or in memory of David C. Brown, please

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Evelyn Fick

Dec 18, 1930 - Feb 05, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Evelyn “Evie” (Cardinal) Fick went to be with Jesus on February 5, 2024, after 93 years filled with love and family. Born in 1930 in West Reading, Evie was the youngest child of the late Camillo and Margherita (DiGiacomo) Cardinal. She was raised alongside her five older siblings - the late Antoinette (Cardinal) Binder, Mary (Cardinal) Piscitelli, Peter Cardinal, Carmen Cardinal and Dolores (Cardinal) Harter. She was exceedingly proud to be a first generation Italian American and spoke often of the impact her family and heritage had on her life. Evie was a 1948 graduate of West Reading High School, where she was a cheerleader and played basketball. As a teenager and young adult in the 1950s, she developed a love for getting all dolled up and for the rest of her life always made sure she had on a sassy outfit, a full face of make-up and rings on her fingers. In 1951, Evie married the late John F. Fick, Sr. and spent the next 49 years with him making her laugh, in good times and bad. When John predeceased her, she was heartbroken and visited his grave daily for many years. Together, they were the loving parents of four children. Evie dedicated her life to raising her family and will be remembered as someone who loved her children and grandchildren fiercely, who would play games with them when they were young (even donning goalie pads to play goalie in net for hockey games in the family room as a young mother) and who would always answer the phone at any time of day or night to talk to or pray with them. Evie was a member of GT Church in West Lawn for decades. Over the years, she devoted countless hours to serving the community through the church in many ways, including teaching 5-year-olds on Sundays, volunteering in the office and serving on the parking team for special events with her best friend, Jane Gerhart. Evie will be remembered as a true prayer warrior who spent hours every day covering her friends, family, and the community in prayer. Evie is survived by her children: John F. Fick, Jr., husband of Jane; Dena L. (Fick) Torcivia, partner of Guy Hall; Peter J. Fick, husband of Jennica; and Andrew F. Fick, husband of Beth; grandchildren: Jason Fick, husband of Christina; David Fick, husband of Molly; Mary (Fick) Vu, wife of Viet; Andrea (Torcivia) Dascalescu, wife of David; Sara (Fick) Peek, wife of Travis; Rachel Torcivia, wife of Joseph Debraggio; Nora (Torcivia) Graczyk, wife of Bradley; AJ Fick, husband of Betsy; Amanda Fick-Cambria, wife of Zachary; Michael Fick; and Lucas Fick, fiancé of Samantha Perez; and great-grandchildren: Noah Fick, husband of Victoria; Sienna Adriano, wife of Josh; Emma Fick; Jude Fick; John Serrano; Elina Serrano; Jimmy McHale; Evan Peek; Olivia Dascalescu; Harrison Fick; Meadow Dascalescu; Evelyn Graczyk; June Fick; Lincoln Fick; Sofie Fick; Theodore Fick; Eleanor Graczyk; and Rita Debraggio. She also is survived by countless nieces and nephews, whom she loved dearly. Because of Evie’s faith in Jesus and firm belief that she would be reunited with her husband and family in eternity, she lived her life to the fullest on Earth and, at the same time, anxiously awaited the wholeness of Heaven. Because of her confident hope, her friends and family can grieve with the knowledge that she is joyfully now with her Heavenly Father and loved ones. Evie’s family would like to offer its thanks to the wonderful staff at both Keystone Villa at Fleetwood and Berks Heim, who cared for her so well as her health, but not her spirit, began to fail her. A Celebration of Evie’s Life will be held on Friday, February 9, at 11:00 a.m. at Kuhn Funeral Home in West Reading. The family will receive friends and relatives on Friday, February 9 from 10:00 a.m. until the time of service. Internment at Berks Memorial Gardens will follow the service. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in Evie’s name to Berks Heim Residency Program Account, Attention: Essick Commons Residents, P.O. Box 1495, Reading, PA 19603. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be recorded at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Margaret Bucciaglia

May 16, 1940 - Feb 04, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Margaret (McHugh) Bucciaglia, 83, wife of Joseph “Jack” Bucciaglia, passed away Sunday, February 4, 2024 at her residence surrounded by her loving family. She and Jack shared 62 years of marriage. She was a daughter of the late Bernard and Anna (Mundy) McHugh. Born in Coaldale and raised in Summit Hill, PA, she was a graduate of Marian High School. She was selected to attend Saint Francis Hospital in Trenton, where she studied to be a phlebotomist. She worked at Pottstown Hospital and later for Doctors Lupas, Henwood, and Detar. She retired to help raise her grandchildren. She enjoyed reading, crossword puzzles, and word searches. She was very active in her church. Along with her husband, Margaret is survived by her children: Maria Boyer (Steven), Jim Bucciaglia (Denise), Cristin Bucciaglia, siblings, Frances Owens, Regina McHugh, sister-in-law, Lori LaRosa (Pete), grandchildren: Katelyn Blackburn (Christopher), Thomas Bucciaglia (Kelsey Williar), Tyler Boyer, and two great grandchildren, Braden Blackburn, and Cecilia Blackburn. The family would like to thank the ladies of Comfort Keepers Reading and Chestnut Knoll who have taken such wonderful care of Margie, as well as supporting Jack, these past few years. Also, cannot say thank you enough to the staff of Caring Hospice, who came in when they needed help the most and provided them with that and more, this past month. Margaret is predeceased by a sister, MaryAnn Gulla. A Mass will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother Church, Stowe at 11:30 a.m. A visitation will be held from 9 a.m. till 11 a.m. at the Church. A eulogy will be read in Margaret's honor prior to Mass. Inurnment will be private and at a later date. Please, at family's request, donations may be made in Margaret’s name to: St. Gabriel of the Sorrowful Mother Parish, 127 E. Howard St, Stowe, PA 19464 or Caring Hospice 400 Commerce Dr. Suite C, Fort Washington, PA 19034. Warker~Troutman Funeral Home Inc is honored to serve the Bucciaglia family.

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Michael A. Barnisin, Sr.

May 29, 1933 - Jan 31, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Michael A. Barnisin, Sr. passed away peacefully on January 31, 2024. He is survived by his loving wife Betty (Bondi), with whom he celebrated 67 years of marriage. Michael was 90 years old, born on May 29, 1933 in Duquesne, PA, to the late Mihal and Anna Barnisin, both immigrated from Czechoslovakia, and was preceded in death by two sisters, Helen Kushner, and Mary Sloss. Michael was a US Army veteran, active duty, having served as a Captain in the Ordinance Corps at Fort Campbell and Fort Knox, Kentucky. Michael was a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University where he received degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Management. Michael assisted in the design of the Nautilus, the world’s first nuclear powered submarine, while employed at Westinghouse Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, Pittsburgh, PA. He later served as the Nuclear Criticality Safety Engineer for the Atomic Energy Commission at the Naval Reactor Facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Subsequently, Michael was personally selected by Admiral H. G. Rickover, Director, US Naval Reactors Office, to work special operations. Michael later worked at Gilbert Associates/United Energy Services in Reading, PA, prior to incorporating his engineering consulting business, as President of Titan Technologies, Inc. Active in several notable clubs, Michael served as past President of the Reading Toastmasters Club 714, and St Ignatius Loyola Seniors Club, as well as a member of The Freedoms Foundation Valley Forge Chapter. He was a lector and longtime parishioner at St Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church. His volunteer and charitable services included Berks Heim volunteer, St Ignatius Loyola parish activities, and was a life giving blood donor of over 80 pints for local blood banks and hospitals. In addition to his wife, he is survived by four loving children: Patty B. Albin (Chuck Albin) of Medford, Oregon, Debra Barnisin-Lange (Stephen M. Lange) of Pittsburgh PA, Michael A. Barnisin Jr (Lissette Rodriguez) of Nashville TN, and Richard D. Barnisin (Leanna) of Herndon Virginia. He was blessed with seven grandchildren: Lindsey Emmons (Terry ), Michael A. Barnisin III, Andrew Barnisin, Sarah B. Severin (Zach), Camille Barnisin (Stuart Patterson), David Barnisin (Gina), and Brian Barnisin, and numerous nieces and nephews. Michael had an amazing sense of humor, the winningest smile, and the heartiest laugh in the world. A selfless man and our pillar of strength, who gave everything without a thought for himself. So much good of who we are came from him. We are proud of his devotion and service to our country, church, and family. A die-hard Pittsburgh fan, his beloved Steelers and Penguins (and long suffering Pirates) were the source of much joy and excitement as well as near cardiac episodes! We love you so much, are so thankful and blessed to have had you in our lives, and will miss you always. A viewing will be held on Friday, February 9, 2024 from 7:00 - 9:00 pm at Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, 739 Penn Ave, West Reading. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. in St. Ignatius Loyola Catholic Church in West Lawn, PA. The family will receive friends and relatives from 10:30 am until the time of Mass. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial contributions be made to St Ignatius Loyola Memorial Fund. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc is honored to serve the Barnisin family. Condolences may be expressed at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Richard Phil Olfano

Jul 01, 1954 - Jan 27, 2024

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West Reading, PA

Richard “Phil” Olfano, 69, passed away on January 27, 2024, at St. Joseph Medical Center surrounded by his loving family. He was the husband of Kathi (Wolf) Olfano. They were married on October 20, 1974 and shared 49 wonderful years together. Born in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, he was the son of the late Joseph and Ethel (Wood) Olfano. Richard graduated from Neshaminy High School in Bucks County. He worked as a Maintenance Supervisor for various apartment complexes until his retirement in 1981. Richard enjoyed a good game of poker and taking trips to the casino. You could usually find Richard stretched out in his recliner with his best fur-friend, Buddy, and a good movie or show. He loved spending time with his family. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and ability to make anyone laugh. In addition to his wife, those cherishing Richard's memory are his children: Carolyn Olfano, Melissa Pollock, wife of Marisa Pollock, and his furbaby, Buddy. He also leaves behind his nephews who he considered grandsons: Collin, Brenan, and Matthew King; his sister, Marie Fitch; and a number of cousins, nieces and nephews. Richard was predeceased by his siblings: Gary, Guy, Joe, John, and Mary. Services will be private at the convenience of the family. Memorial donations may be made to Humane Pennsylvania or the Animal Rescue League of Berks County. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc. is honored to serve Richard’s family. Condolences may be expressed at kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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