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David Riegel

David Riegel

November 23, 1954 March 1, 2021

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Obituary for David L. Riegel

David L. Riegel, 66, passed away in his home with his kids by his side on March 1, 2021. He was born November 23, 1954 in Reading, a son of the late Marvin C. and Margaret (Peg) Riegel. 

He is survived by his daughter Rachel Lloyd, wife of Kyle and their daughter Jemma. Also his son Andy Riegel, husband of Tara and their daughter Daria and son Landon. His most enjoyable time was spent with his kids and especially the grandkids. He is also survived by four brothers: Mark Riegel, husband of Cindy, Oley; Bruce Riegel, husband of Chris, Ambler; Matt Riegel, husband of Tamara, Morgantown, WV; Seth Riegel, husband of Wenonah, Birdsboro; and all their kids and grandkids. 

He was an avid sports fan. Phillies, Sixers, Penn State football, and Eagles being his favorite. After the Eagles Super Bowl win he not so jokingly said, “I can now die in peace!”

He worked hard and played even harder with few regrets. Dave’s close friends all know his motto, “I don’t give a _ and _ you if you don’t like it!!!” 

Dave suggests to his friends, go out and have a couple in his memory and look either up or down depending on where you think he may have ended up!

Services are private at the convenience of his family. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc., entrusted with arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Barry Bechtel

Dave, rest in peace pal, you were a true classic in every sense. Lots of good memories! I will be honored to have a few in your memory!!

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Comment | Posted at 04:40pm via Condolence
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Steve LeSage

Very sorry to hear about Dave's (the Beag) passing. I will have a couple in his memory and will definitely be looking up.
Comment | Posted at 09:22am via Condolence
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Gail Stuber

Sorry to read about Dave's passing. Have not seen him for quite a few years. Knew him through family and would see him at Birdsboro Sportsman Club. Always had a nice smile and enjoyed talking to him. He will live in your hearts forever.
Comment | Posted at 03:28pm via Condolence
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Nevin Speicher

Rest In Peace David. Nevin Speicher
Comment | Posted at 12:57pm via Condolence
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Sally & Billy Mittl

It doesn't matter if you knew it was coming it hurts just as bad. Dave was one of those people you couldn't help but like since he was so kind and upbeat most all the time. He loved his family, especially his grandkids and his friends who loved him back. It showed by the fact that he still had so many of the same friends since he was young. He will be so missed by them all.
Comment | Posted at 07:46am via Condolence
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