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George Spaeth

George Spaeth

July 8, 1960 January 10, 2021

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Obituary

Obituary for George D. Spaeth

George D. Spaeth, 60, passed away at the Reading Hospital on Sunday, January 10, 2021.

Born in Wilmington, DE he was the son of Pierina "Rena" (Zuccarini) Spaeth, of Wyomissing, and the late David George Spaeth.

George was a member of Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, where he served as a lector.

He graduated from Holy Name High School in 1978 and King's College in 1982 earning a degree in accounting.

George worked in accounting at General Battery for many years and later at Hollywood Video where many people knew him by name.

He loved blasting music, football especially the Carolina Panthers, being with family and friends, jokes and fun and especially loved making his nieces and nephews laugh. He also had a love for movies, and theater, and volunteered at Easter Seals as well as other charitable groups. Proud of his Italian heritage, George was a longtime member of the Victor Emmanuel, II Society. He was a sensitive, loving pet owner and cared about everyone in his life, and he always made sure to make people smile.

George is survived by his daughter Rebecca A. Spaeth of Wyomissing. He is also survived by five siblings: Lorraine A. (Paul) Lawrence, of Sun City, AZ, Charles M. Spaeth of Wyomissing; Mary A. (Robert J.) Skimski of Temple, David G. (Colleen) Spaeth of Atlanta, GA, and Elizabeth A. (Donald) Mengel of Wyomissing. Many loving nieces and nephews also survive him. He was predeceased by his former spouse Tracey Bradbury.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, January 15, 2021, at 10:00 am at Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church 740 Cherry Street West Reading, PA 19611. A visitation will be held from 9:00 am to 10:00 am at the church. Burial will follow at Gethsemane Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Sacred Heart Church or School, P.O. Box 6217 Reading, PA 19612. Edward J. Kuhn Funeral Home, Inc, 739 Penn Avenue, West Reading, PA 19611 is in charge of arrangements. Condolences may be expressed at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Service Details

  • Visitation

    January 15, 2021 | 9:00am - 10:00am
    Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
    740 Cherry Street
    West Reading, PA
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    January 15, 2021
    9:00am - 10:00am
  • Mass

    January 15, 2021 | 10:00am
    Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church
    740 Cherry Street
    West Reading, PA
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    January 15, 2021
    10:00am
    Officiant
    Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. DeSantis
  • Interment

    January 15, 2021 | 11:30am
    Gethsemane Cemetery
    3139 Kutztown Road
    READING, PA
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    January 15, 2021
    11:30am

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Camille DeMarco & John McCormack and Mr. & Mrs. David Moyer (A.P. & Dave) sent flowers to the family of George D. Spaeth.
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Joanne Kirk

I am so sorry to hear this news. Sending my deepest sympathies to all of you. His spirit will lie on in your wonderful memories and the smiles and laughter those memories will bring

Joanne DeSanctis Kirm
Comment | Posted at 07:05pm via Condolence
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joynoel73@gmail.com

Dear Rena & Family,
So sorry to hear about George. Such a very handsome man! Love his picture. ❤️ He is now safely Home in the loving arms of our Lord & Savior, Jesus Christ. May the God of all comfort, comfort all of your broken hearts, wrapping each one of you in His loving arms, filling your hearts and souls with His Peace and healing Love! ❤️ With much love ❤️ and prayers 🙏, your cousin, Lorraine Petrella Reed
Comment | Posted at 09:06am via Condolence
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Daisy Ramos and Jose Izquierdo

We extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family. May the soul of George be at peace with our Heavenly Father. RIP 🙏
Comment | Posted at 10:08pm via Condolence
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Fred Ciabattoni

Nothing but good memories of George, hanging out at the Wyomissing pool, eating lunch together at HN, to always being an inspiration to everyone with his positive attitude. The only things more consistent that his blue necktie and blue vest, were his gregarious greetings along with his unmistakable smile and laugh. He will be missed , but not forgotten . Our condolences to the family.

Fred Ciabattoni and Family
Comment | Posted at 09:46pm via Condolence
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John Updegrove

My condolences to the entire family. Lots of great memories of George from years of working with him at the theaters and hanging out in the family’s Groundhog Saloon.
Comment | Posted at 06:07pm via Condolence
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