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Corcoran, Nicholas L. 15 Guestbook Entries »

Nicholas L. Corcoran, 26, of Reading, passed away Monday, July 18th, at Reading Hospital and Medical Center, West Reading.

Nicholas was born in West Reading, on April 20, 1990, a son of George Corcoran, of Georgia and the late Cheryl Wert, she died in March 2006.

He graduated from Reading High School in 2008.

Nicholas loved cars and work on them with his friends.

Nicholas is survived by
two sons Cadyn Corcoran and Caleb Corcoran

Nicholas is also survived by
a sister, Katelyn L. Corcoran; his great grandmother Mildred Wert and his fiancee Jasmyne Hernandez all of Reading.

Services are private at the convenience of family. The Sanders Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 1501 North 11th Street, Reading, is in charge of the arrangements. Please sign the online guest register at www.sandersfuneral.com.

Unger, Eugene C. 6 Guestbook Entries »

Eugene C. Unger, 86, of Exeter Township, passed away, Tuesday, July 5th, at Manor Care – Sinking Spring.

Eugene was born in Reading, on November 17, 1929, a son of the late Viella P. (Riegel) and Curtis D. Unger.

He was the husband of Linda A. (Spayd) Unger.

Mr. Unger was a member of St. John’s (Hains) Church, Wernersville.

He graduated from Reading High School in 1947 and the former Wyomissing Polytech Institute.

He was a draftsman for the former Gilberts and Assoc., then a contractor (take off)salesman, for Charles C. Loose and Son, Myerstown; retiring in 1995.

He was a 30 year member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary, where he took part in the following: division captain of Division 11, Flotilla Commander 11-2, vessel examiner, boating safety instructor, coxswain-boat crew program, and a qualified examiner for the boat crew program. He was also a Committee member of Blue Mt. Chapter of the Rocky Mt. Elk Foundation. Other hobbies included fishing, hunting, dancing, music, canoeing, Boy Scout master in Wernersville and member of Order of the Arrow. Eugene loved his dogs: Harley, Axle and Dora.

In addition to his wife Eugene is survived by:
a daughter, Sandra, wife of John Smith of Manheim;
two sons Mark, husband of Carol Unger of Collegeville; Eric, husband of Darlene Unger of Reading.
4 Grandchildren: Jessica wife of Aaron Bowling, Duncan, OK; Holly wife of Chris Becker, Leesport; Kelly Unger of Phoenixville; Steven Unger, Midlothian, VA; and 2 great grandsons.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Animal Rescue League
P.O. Box 69 Mohnton, PA 19540. or the Humane Society of Berks County, 1801 North 11th St., Reading, PA 19604.

Services are private at the convenience of the family. The Sanders Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 1501 North 11th Street, Reading, is in charge of the arrangements. Please sign the online guest register at www.sandersfuneral.com.

Oldt, Mary L. 2 Guestbook Entries »

Mary L. Oldt, 75, of Reading, passed away, Thursday, June 30th, at her residence.

Mary was born in Mohnton, on August 8, 1940, a daughter of the late Pearl (Delp) and Francis P. Seifert.

She worked as a file clerk for CNA insurance company.

Mary was a member of Neversink Rod and Gun Club, Lower Alsace Fire Company, the ladies auxiliary of the Birdsboro VFW and the Gibraltor Fire Company.

Mary is survived by
four sisters, Grace Yelk, of Denver, PA; Evelyn Kern, of New Castle, DE; Martha Althouse, of Mohnton; Hazel Griffth, of Mohnton;
two brothers, John Seifert, of Atlanta, GA; Francis Seifert, of Mohnton.

She is also survived by her companion of 13 years, with whom she resided, Kenneth Johnson.

Mary was predeceased by sister Valeria Huntsinger.

Services are private at the convenience of family. The Sanders Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 1501 North 11th Street, Reading, is in charge of the arrangements. Please sign the online guest register at www.sandersfuneral.com.

Kurr,Sara M. 2 Guestbook Entries »

Sara M. Kurr, 96, formerly of Reading.passed away Wednesday, June 22nd, in Reading Hospital.
Loving,kind,caring,giving,understanding,forgiving,patient,did not hold a grudge,complained little,never argued and laughed every day.
Sara was born into the Greatest Generation,daughter of Milton A. and Irene Hinnershitz Fisher and lived a full and kind life.
Sara contributed to the war effort working at Wilson Safety Products of Reading.
She married an equally inspiring yet humble man,Richard F. Kurr,who the world lost almost 17 years ago.
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Sara was a member of Berean Baptist Church,Reading,for over 74 years.
She lived with healthy humility and humbleness,never assuming she was better than the next person. She wore a perfect and perpetual smile and always had time for others,especially her family,for whom she loved to cook fantastic meals. Sara was a perfect example of how to live life and anyone who knew her could see that immediately.

Sara is survived by

her son,Richard N.Kurr and his wife,Barbara;Daughter Sandra L.Dickson and her husband David.

She is also survived by grandchildren; Jason Kurr and wife,Natalie;Ryan Tuskey and his wife,Stephanie;Susan Behm and husband,Troyand David Readinger;great grandchildren-Ella Tuskey;Paige Behm and Jordan Behm;sister,Mary Kurtz..Numerous nieces and nephews,all of whom will miss her dearly and who are better people because of her.
Sara was preceded in death by brothers;Charles,Paul,Alvin,William,Robert and sisters-Dorothy,Helen,Ruth,Edith and Frances.

A Memorial Service will be held at at Sanders Funeral Home & Cremation Services Inc.1501 N. 11th St. Reading, on Wednesday,June 29th at 1:00 PM with The Rev. Gary Whittington officiating.
Friends may call Wednesday from 12:30-1:00 PM.
Interment in Laureldale Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Berean Baptist Church,c/o Julia Roberts,Secretary,1081 Sage Ave. Reading, Pa. 19605

Family and friends may sign online register at www.sandersfuneral.com.

Linderman,David M. 53 Guestbook Entries »

David M. Linderman, 56, of Reading, passed away on, Saturday, June 11th,in his residence.

Dave was born in Reading, on October 7, 1959, a son of Janet Brightbill and Richard Linderman of Reading.

He was the husband of Kathryn E.(Snyder) Linderman.

He was a 1977 graduate of Reading High School;he loved target shooting and NASCAR.
Dave was employed for many years as an electrician.
Dave is also survived by
two sons D Michael Linderman, of FL.; Eric Linderman at home.

Dave is also survived by
a brother, Patrick Linderman, of Exeter Twp.; aunt;Lynne Brightbill of Wyomissing and his two dogs,Sherman and Zoe.

Services private at the convenience of the family.