Christopher J. Barczynski

November 4, 1943April 28, 2012

Christopher J. Barczynski Christopher J. Barczynski, 68, of Mohnton, passed away Saturday April 28, 2012, at his residence. He was born November 4, 1943 in Lebanon the son of the late Casimir A. Barczynski and Catherine (Bogner) Barczynski. Survivors: He is survived by his wife Janice (Hornberger) Barczynski and eight children, Christopher J.Barczynski Jr. of New York, NY, Anthony T. Barczynski and wife Regina of Bethlehem, Catherine A, and her husband Richard Kulp of West Lawn, Julia J. Dos Dias and her husband Christian of Fleetwood, Samirah C. Barczynski and her fiance Kenneth Shappel of Kutztown, Saleem C. Barczynski of Philadelphia, Reginald A. Barczynski at home, and Shawn J. Barczynski at home; and five grandchildren, Allison Barczynski, Alexis Burnsworth, Jacob Barczynski, Anthony Barczynski and Destiny Kulp. He is also survived by his brother, Kazimir A. Barczynski and wife Martha Sue of New Bern, NC; a sister, Annastasia and her husband Harry Hartman of Hixson, TN; and a sister, Cornelia wife of Michael Willett of Reston VA. He was preceded in death by his sisters, Catherine and Amelia. Christopher loved music, he was very active in many drum and bugle corps within the area and surrounding states.Survivors: Friends and family will be received at the Auman Funeral Home, Reading, 247 Penn Street, Reading PA, 19601 on Wednesday from 6-9 p.m. Burial will private in Forest Hills Memorial. Contributions: In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in Christophers name to the Auman Funeral Home 247 Penn Street, Reading PA 19601. The Auman Funeral Home, Reading is in charge of the arrangements.


  • Visitation Wednesday, May 2, 2012

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Bob Martalus

May 3, 2012

To Chris' Family,

Chris and I grew up in the same neighborhood, I lived on E. Elm St.and Chris and his family lived one street up on Poplar St. right next to the man who showed movies in his garage. My prayers are with Chris' and his family.
Bob Martalus
Oldwick, New Jersey

May 2, 2012

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family members in this time of stress and sorrow. May you always remember the great times that you all have shared in the years growing up and may you have many more as a family. shelley,larry, andrea,connor,lauren, stephanie fogelman

May 2, 2012

Jan are thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.We had good times when we come to vist you guys great memories.Tina and Bradley,Allentown,Pennsylvania.

Kaylin Hickson

May 2, 2012

We all loved you very much and I am blessed to have had you apart of my life. You taught me several life lessons that I will never forget, and the memories and inside jokes that we all had together will never fade. You were a second father to me and will always be in my heart. love you “Dad”. Mustache Love Forever :{

May 2, 2012

Chris and family,

We had really great memories of your dad and your family back in the days of the One Way Out band. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Bob and Jane Cassidy

Jackie Bonser

May 2, 2012

Tony and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Tom, Jackie, Amanda and Tommy Bonser

Kim, Nick & Gareth DiPaolo

May 2, 2012

"You are safely home in Heaven,
Oh, so happy and so bright;
There must be perfect beauty
In His everlasting light!

All the pain and suffering is over
Every restless tossing passed;
You are now at peace forever,
Safely home in Heaven at last."
(Author Unknown)

Rest in Peace, “Dad B”. May you now soar with the Angels....

Dear “Ma B” and Family - Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you at this difficult time. May God continue to provide you the strength that you need in the days ahead.

Lovingly Always,

May 2, 2012

To the Barcyznski family:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I enjoyed Chris's sense of humor, dry and certainly sarcastic---he made me smile and I'm sure he infected all of you like that.
Jill R. Glose


May 2, 2012

No other family in the world like yours! Your house was the only place we would get yelled at every time we were there and then couldn't wait to back to for more. Never understood that until now. Everyone that walked into that house was welcomed and treated as family. No matter who you were or where you came from. No one person was better than any other. We were all the same and all targets for Mr. B. Some of the best times of my life! Thank you to all for teaching me and many others the meaning of acceptance and that love shows itself in many different ways. The coffee is always on in the Barczynski house and the door is always open. Thank you for that...

Catherine Barczynski

May 2, 2012

Miss you do much already dad