Donald John Dunkelberger

July 30, 1947November 23, 2021

Donald John Dunkelberger, 74, of Reading, Pennsylvania passed away on Tuesday, November 23, 2021. Donald is survived by his loving wife of 55 years, Grace I. (Coldren) Dunkelberger. He was was born in Reading on July 30, 1947, a son of the late Leroy B. and Lydia I. (Wentzel) Dunkelberger. Donald was employed as an electrician, by O.B. Dyers from September 1963 until November 1, 1998 and then Reading Body Works from November 9, 1998 until his retirement in May of 2012.

Also surviving are his children; Angela Marie Struckmann wife of Bryan Struckmann, Donald John Dunkelberger, Jr. husband of Brenda Dunkelberger, Robert John Dunkelberger husband of Tyishia Dunkelberger, 10 grandchildren; Abigail Achey, Colin Struckmann, Barrett Dunkelberger, Sarah Dunkelberger, Ashley Dunkelberger, Britney Dunkelberger, Dylan Dunkelberger, Chelsea Jackson, Cameron Jackson, Kyla Jackson, and 3 great grandchildren; Ayden Soto, Ashtian Linval and Joselyn Carrasquillo. Donald has 2 surviving siblings, Earl Dunkelberger, Sr., and Linda (Dunkelberger) George. He was predeceased by siblings; Betty Cleaver, Herbert Dunkelberger, Mary Bataller, Fern Calabrese, Nancy Wilson, Patricia Snyder, Terry Dunkelberger and (twin sister) Donna Slider. A visitation for Donald will be held Tuesday, November 30, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Auman's Inc, 390 W. Neversink Rd, Reiffton, PA 19606. Burial to follow in Forest Hills Memorial Park. Due to allergies-no flowers will be accepted.

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Linda Shunk

November 29, 2021

We have so many memories of great times spent together such as the weekend we went to SC in the T-bird; CBC radio; Donald and Mike doing electrical work; the many seafood feasts we shared; making fried squash & onion rings southern style. As we often reflect on these memories; the smiles and laughter shared meant we were very fortunate to have had Donald in our life. We will miss him dearly.
Linda and Mike Shunk and family

Sharon O'Neil

November 27, 2021

A few of my fondest memories of Uncle Donald is hopping in the car and driving to Philly, so he could get a cup of coffee or to Jersey for fresh tomato's and corn on the cob. Like we didn't have coffee or farms closer to us, but that's what he liked to do. Going to the shore at Wildwood and Cape May. One of best was sitting on the front porch, Uncle Donald would go over to the corner store get raw hamburger and him and I would sit there and eat it raw and Aunt Grace would yell at us, that we were going to get worms. You will be missed, but I will always cherish the memories I had growing up. Love Sharon

Samantha Flowers

November 26, 2021

I’m so very sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I have so many fond memories sitting on the porch talking. He will be missed. ((( hugs ))) ❤️