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Jay Moyer

Jay Moyer

August 28, 1936 July 28, 2020

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Obituary for Jay Herbert Moyer

Jay H. Moyer, 83, of Muhlenberg Township, passed away in his home surrounded by his loving family during the early hours of Tuesday, July 28, 2020. He was the husband of Patricia (Reed) Moyer with whom he shared 60 years of marriage.

Born in Reading, Jay was a son of the late Herbert J. and Laura A. (Strause) Moyer. After graduating Reading High School in 1954, Jay served in the United States Air Force from 1955-1958 based in Texas.

Jay worked for over 35 years for the Reading Railroad and retired as a Supervisor.

An avid yard enthusiast, Jay was dedicated to maintaining the beauty of his lawn and landscape. When not working in his yard, Jay enjoyed golfing or cheering on one of his Philadelphia sports teams. He and his wife Pat enjoyed their many trips, especially their memorable trips to Singapore as well as their winters spent in Florida with good friends.

In addition to his loving wife Patricia, Jay is survived by their children: Debbie Damiani, significant other of Jim Andreas, of Louisville KY; Sandy Durinzi of Wyomissing, Scott A. Moyer, significant other of Elaine Fonte, of Temple; and Todd E. Moyer, significant other of Amy M. Berryman, of Ashburn VA; grandchildren Jacqueline, Matthew, Raeann, Julia, and Roxann; and 10 great grandchildren. Jay is also survived by his brother, Dale R. Moyer of Sinking Spring.

In lieu of flowers, Jay’s family asks that contributions in his memory be offered to the Osteogenesis Imperfecta Foundation (brittle bone disease), https://oif.org/donations/donate/, or Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, https://give2.chop.edu/.

Services for Jay will be private at the convenience of his family.

The Kuhn Funeral Home and Crematory, Inc., is honored to assist in arrangements. Condolences, tributes, and fond memories may be expressed at www.kuhnfuneralhomes.com.

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Ruth A. Fetterman

I am so sorry to hear of Jay's passing, and send my condolences to Pat and the family. My husband Tom met Jay in 1963, when he joined the Reading Company Railroad. I have so many fond memories of the "Railroad Gang" - picnics, parties and company dinners - lots of good times. Tom and Jay were golfing buddies, and Tom always praised Jay for his perfect lawn.
Comment | Posted at 05:13pm via Condolence
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W Cauff

We all will miss him for sure. Especially his Reading RR friends that had breakfast with Jay every Wednesday Morning at Route 61 Diner. I know Jay since i started at the Reading Railroad as a Electrician apprentice in September 1963. Our sincere sympathy from me, Bill Cauff Jr. and the other breakfast club men. Jim Weiss, Mike Stehman, Mike Heckman, Jerry Davis and Electrican Bill
Comment | Posted at 03:03pm via Condolence
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Rich Cavanna

So sorry to read of Jays passing. I was there mailman for almost 30 years. He will be missed.
Comment | Posted at 02:49pm via Condolence
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Dawn Kohl

We want to send our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Moyer Family. From, Michael, Dawn, and Emily Kohl
Comment | Posted at 02:35pm via Condolence
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Robin Fink

Dear Pat, I am so very sorry to hear of Jay’s passing. I always enjoyed seeing you and Jay when you came into the doctors office. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Robin Fink
Comment | Posted at 10:35am via Condolence
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