OBITUARY

Michael D. Twombley

September 3, 1959January 26, 2019

Michael D. Twombley, 59, of Rexmont, passed away in his home on Saturday, January 26, 2019. He was the husband of Susan M. Silfies Twombley to whom he was married for 22 years. He was born in Meadville, PA on September 3, 1959, a son of the late Richard D. Twombley and Patricia L. Matthews Krall. He was employed as a woodworker most of his life and served in the US Navy. He enjoyed the outdoors; hunting, fishing and loved to train dogs. Surviving in addition to his wife are sisters, Bridget T. Krall and husband Scott of Denver; Melissa A. Kuchinski and husband David of West Lawn; brothers, Brian V. Krall of Newmanstown; Steven T. Krall and wife Shana of Myerstown; Richard Twombley of Atlanta, GA; numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother Jeffrey W. Krall and Dad, Luke E. Krall. Graveside service with military honors will be held on Monday, February 4, 2019 at 10 am in the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville, PA. No procession, meet at cemetery at 9:50 am. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517. Clauser Funeral Home, Inc. is handling his arrangements. www.clauserfh.com

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  • Graveside Service Monday, February 4, 2019
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Michael D. Twombley

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Poegy Polynone

January 30, 2019

My dear friend has gone to heaven and I will miss him terribly.. I have known Twoms since I was 12 years old and I stayed in touch with him till the end... I have so many good memories of Mike and I loved Mike like a brother,,in fact Mike and I were blood brothers. One day I sliced my hand by accident and since I was bleeding he purposely cut his hand and we shook hands and made our friendship a long lasting relationship. We shared our lives together and we would have done anything for each other. A few years ago, I was heading to the mountains on my bike and I broke down near Mexico Pa. I called my father to come get me but of course he told me to go to hell bent he's not coming for me. I ended up pushing my bike to the nearest farm and I found a ride from a nice lady from up there but my bike was in a barn up there. The next day I called Twoms to see if he could haul my trailer up there and pick the bike up. He immediately dropped everything and off we went. That's just like Twoms,, always there for the ones he knew and loved. I could go on and on because I have so many great memories with him and I will always cherish the memories! I was blessed to have known this kind and gentle man. He was a good husband and a hard worker. He was a pleasure to be around and I will never forget Mike. It's funny, I met a lot of people in my life but they come and go but Mike and I shared a friendship that never faded away. I was just outside before I got on here and the evening sky is clear and the cold night sky is full of twinkling Stars and as I was looking up at them but I thought of Mike and how sad I am about his passing but I also thought Mike was like the stars tonight,,, beautiful and full of light and I know in my heart he's up there looking down on his family and friends watching over us now... Rest in peace Twoms,,till we meet again,, I will miss you!

Russell Ruth

January 30, 2019

Sue so sorry for your loss. Russ talks often of the times Michael and himself went canoeing and fishing on the swatty. How much fun they had. Again so sorry. Russ and June Ruth

Michelle Voydik

January 29, 2019

Bridget, Melissa & families, so sorry for your loss. Michelle Voydik & family

Robert Clauser

January 29, 2019

To Mike's family and friends- I was blessed to call Mike a childhood friend. I have great memories of him in Schaefferstown, either on the midget soccer team or our many adventures in our small town. Everytime I watch the movie "Stand by me". I reflect back to my days growing up in our little town in the early 70's. Our gang always had fun. Our gang included Mike, Jeff Polynone,Bobby Meyer and Dave "Butch"Schneck and others. We created our own kind of fun. Which included sometimes: water balloons, soap, corn and even calling out BINGO while riding our bikes past the bingo hall. Their response was always "hold your cards!" We knew Mr. Stohler,Cummings and Martzell and Lukie. Thank you Lord for your saving Grace and protection. God Bless You Mike. You were one of a kind. Love In Christ, Robert Clauser Jr. also known as "Buggs" PS Pray for comfort and healing of his family's broken hearts. Psalm 34:18 and Matthew 5:4. I want to also encourage all of you to open your heart to Jesus and make HIM your Lord and Savior. Remember, Jesus loves you and so do I.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY