Auman's Inc. Funeral Home

390 West Neversink Road, Reading, PA


Alan William Musket

January 2, 1961May 15, 2019
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Alan William Musket 58, has gone to be with GOD and with his Grandparents and his Dad (Terry L Musket Sr). Surviving in his passing, Karen J Pierce Musket (Step-Mom), Terry Jr (wife Teresa), Kim (Musket) Abbott (husband Gordon), Karen Musket, and Christopher, and several nieces and nephews.

Alan fought very hard to beat cancer when he was diagnosed in October of 2018. He went through 3 different treatments which was very hard on his body. Alan loved all his animals, he was always going above and beyond for anyone who needed his help before he did anything for himself. Alan's greatest accomplishment was putting himself through college where he got his Master's in Accounting. Alan loved decorating for all the holidays especially Christmas. Alan moved to Desoto, TX., in May of 2016. He loved going to concerts especially to see "PINK".

Services will be Friday May 31, 2019 at 11am in Auman's Inc Funeral Home, 390 W Neversink Rd., Reiffton. Burial to follow in Forest Hills Memorial Park. A viewing will be Friday 10-11am in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in Alan's remembrance to Tri-City Animal Shelter (no kill Shelter), Cedar Hill, TX., or Good Shepherd Hospice, Dallas, TX. Online condolences may be at www.aumansinc.com


  • Terry L Musket Sr, Father
  • Terry L Musket Jr, Brother
  • Kim Abbott, Sister
  • Karen Musket, Sister
  • Gordon Abbott, Brother-in-law
  • Christopher Musket, Brother
  • Teresa Musket, Sister-in-law
  • Step-mom Karen J Pierce Musket and several nieces and nephews.

  • Terry Musket Jr
  • Charlie Snyder
  • Jack Snyder Jr
  • Eva Musket
  • Karen L Musket
  • Kim D Abbott


  • Gathering Friday, May 31, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 31, 2019
  • Burial Friday, May 31, 2019


Alan William Musket

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Barb & Chet Lausch/Sczepkowski

May 27, 2019

Will miss Alan, Great person, so many memories made over the years...sending Peace & Love to you in your heavenly home.
Barb & Chet

Chad Heffner

May 21, 2019

I got to know Alan working at Sunoco in Philadelphia. We quickly found a shared connection to Berks County (I am a Fleetwood Grad). I am shocked to hear of his passing. He was truly a hard working man and he found success in account reconciliations, Sarbanes Oxley compliance, and recovering costs back to Corporation. Never a compliant! May you find comfort in the memories you have with him.

Debra Williams

May 21, 2019

We all love you and will miss our texts.
Be at peace nephew💛you will never be forgotten.
Aunt Deb and the gang

Carolyn (Wounderly) Seidel

May 20, 2019

Dear Karen and Alan's Siblings,
I knew Alan as a little boy. My dad, John Wounderly used to spend time with you kids, I think, when you were at your grandparents.
We have a Cousin's group of Wounderlys, Lengels and Kochs that meet each month for breakfast. We all send our love and sympathies to all of you.
If you are in the Reading area and would like to join us, please email me at WOleander@aol.com for the details.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Please take care.
Love, Carolyn (Wounderly) Seidel

Lori Lausch

May 19, 2019

I'm so glad that I got to know Alan. He became a part of our family. He was a truly wonderful man. We will miss him.

Beverly Pierce Hudock

May 18, 2019

I will always remember Alan as a quiet achiever. In the 40 years he has been my nephew, I was always so proud of his ability to accomplish the things that were important to him; his education, his career, saving animals and his love and loyalty to family and friends. A life well lived. May he Rest In Peace and he will forever be in our hearts. God Bless.

Sandy Titlow

May 18, 2019

You will be sorely missed my nephew.
Wear your wings proudly and fly high.

Kim Musket. Abbott

May 18, 2019

Alan you are the oldest of the Musketeers.. life was never easy but. you were just like all of us. Everything we wanted in life we fought hard to succeed in that career. You and me were a lot a like .. we always loved Christmas and decorating for the holidays... I will truly miss you and I love you.. you will be one of the angels watching over us.. I have been shedding a lot of tears for you but I know that you are in Heaven now in no more pain. Gone but never forgotten......😢

Terry Musket Jr

May 18, 2019

You will be missed my brother!!

Christopher Musket

May 17, 2019

I'm his youngest brother not brother in law