American Veteran 02

Jack M. Springer

June 15, 1928 ~ October 8, 2019 (age 91)


Jack M. Springer, 91, formerly of Laureldale died Tuesday evening in the Fairlane Garden’s Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Exeter Township. He was the widower of Kathleen M. (Keller) Springer, who died September 29, 2014. They shared a loving marriage of sixty-one years.

Born in Reading on June 15, 1928, he was the son of the late William and Irene (Filbert) Springer.

Surviving are his loving children; Sandra L. Vitalo of West Lawn, Marcia A. Spohn companion of Ann L. Foulkes of Clearwater, FL; Diane M. wife of Clarence Dyanzio of Brecknock Township, and Donna L. wife of Gary Scheipe of Brecknock Township.

Jack loved his grandchildren and spending time with them. Scott husband of Stephani Vitalo, Brian Vitalo, Havilyn Spohn wife of John Graham, David Spohn, Jr., Gina wife of Brandon Boyack, Jeff husband of Liz Dyanzio, and Kelsey Scheipe companion of Jed Cyclewski.

Great grandchildren; Ian, Alec, Mia, Kalie, Brody, Rhead, Jordyn, Beau, Parker, and Tanner.

Jack is predeceased by a granddaughter, Jennifer T. Vitalo.

He is, also, survived by a brother Kenneth Springer of Whitfield.

Jack graduated from Reading High School in the class of 1947.  He was a veteran of the United States Army serving during the Korean Conflict.  He was an avid golfer having “three holes in one.”

He retired after forty years of service from the former Berks Products last working as a supervisor of the black top plant.  He, also, has been employed by Eastern Industries as a road inspector.

Private funeral services from Milkins Giles Funeral Home, Inc. Temple. No public viewing. Interment in Epler’s Church Cemetery, Leesport.

Contributions may be offered in Jack’s memory to the Berks Animal Rescue, 58 Kennel Road, Birdsboro, PA 19508.

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