Mr. Stanley F. Moyer

September 8, 1931 - November 14, 2021
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Obituary

Stanley F. Moyer, 90, of Reading, passed away November 14, 2021, in his residence with his loving family by his side.

He was the husband of Rachel R. (Reppert) Moyer. They shared a loving marriage of sixty years.

Born in Hamburg, he was the son of the late Lester R. Moyer, Sr., and Esther M. (Bower) Moyer.

Surviving in addition to his wife are his loving children; Michael A. husband of Lillian A. Moyer of Bucks County, Marjorie Vance, and Philip husband of Fiora Moyer of Eastown Township.

He was an exceptionally proud grandfather of seven grandchildren: Samuel, Ashley, Kara, Dylan, Dante, Maximo, and Ryan. He was adopted as grandfather by Angelina Torchia, Allison Brooke, and Anthony Steed.

Stanley attended Hamburg, Fleetwood, and Reading High School graduating in 1949. He attended Capital Radio Engineering Institute, Washington DC and received his associate degree in electrical Engineering. He paid for college by working evenings as a butcher. He also attended Lafayette College, Albright College and Bell laboratories classes in physics, electrical engineering, and semiconductor design.

He was a member of Glad Tidings Assembly of God Church, Sinking Spring where he was treasurer, Sunday school teacher, bus driver, member of men’s study club, and the Eagle fellowship group. He also mowed the grass at the church.

He was employed by the former Bell Laboratories for thirty-six years, retiring as a distinguished member of the technical staff. At Bell Laboratories, he was a member of the initial group to introduce the manufacture of integrated circuits in Reading. He developed the complimentary integrated circuit process (CBIC). He was critical to the development of the first undersea fiber optic cable, as an engineer on the linear Amplifier. Stanley was published five times in the IEEE and Journal of Solid States Circuits. He was co-author of two patents/applications; Method of Making High Gain Transistors (September 7, 1971) and CBIC Integrated Complementary Vertical Transistors and Methods (July 30,1974).

Stanley served proudly in the United States Marine Corp during the Korean War from July 1950 to January 1952 at Quantico, VA as an expert rife range coach.

Funeral services from Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., One East Lancaster Avenue, Shillington on Saturday, November 20, 2021, at 10:00 AM. Pastor Scott Kramer officiating. Interment with military honors rendered by the Ray A. Master Post, American Legion and the U.S. Marine Corps in Berks County Memorial Gardens, Fleetwood. Viewing on Friday, November 19, 2021, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, please honor Stanley by making a contribution to Veterans Making A Difference, 2412 Spring Street, West Lawn, PA 19609. [email protected], www.kleefuneralhome.com

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Friday, November 19, 2021

Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.

Address:

One East Lancaster Avenue
Shillington, PA 19607

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Service Information

Date: Saturday, November 20, 2021

Time: 10:00 am

Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc.

Address:

One East Lancaster Avenue
Shillington, PA 19607

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Pastor Scott Kramer will officiate


Cemetery Information

Date: Saturday, November 20, 2021

Berks County Memorial Gardens

Address:

201 Evansville Road
Fleetwood, PA 19522

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Military Honors rendered by the Ray A. Master Post, American Legion and the U.S. Marine Corps.


Donation Information

Veterans Making A Difference

2412 Spring Street
West Lawn, PA 19609

 

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Born: September 8, 1931
Died: November 14, 2021

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John & Lorraine Locke posted on 11/27/21

Dearest Rachel, we are tremendously saddened to learn of Stanley's passing and extend our sincerest condolences to you and your family. We have fond memories of our visits with you and Stanley. Both of you were so gracious and hospitable. Due to the border travel restrictions we have been forced to postpone our travel plans to PA for two summers now. Hopefully we will be able to make the trip in 2022. We send you all of our love and pray that the Lord will comfort you in your time of sorrow. Sincerely, John & Lorraine

 

Joe Brown posted on 11/20/21

Dear Phil and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Thank you to Mr. Moyer for his service and example for many men. Please take all the time you need to reflect and support one another through this difficult time.

 

Gene and Norma Kummerer posted on 11/20/21

To Rachel and the entire Stanley Moyer Family, On behalf of the Gene and Norma Kummerer and our children we share your grief and feelings of lose at this time of the passing way of Stanley. Rachel, I Norma, feel this loss with you as your cousin and friend. What a joyful thought to imagine meeting your much loved Stanley, our grand-parents, parents and siblings and many relatives who have gone to be with Jesus. We can only imagine what that time will be like . From Gene, Stanley and I grew-up only 3 blocks apart in Hamburg but never really knew each other. I only got to know him since he married into the Reppert Clan. Yet for many years we shared the same Lord. and the great Family of God. May the Lord bless all of you and fill your hearts with his peace and comfort as you think of the blessing that has been yours to know that Stanley and that he is with the Lord whom he loved and served.

 

Katie Mogel posted on 11/19/21

Rachel, Mike, Phil, Marge and family, Our sincerest condolences. We will continue to keep you all close in prayer. God Bless, Gary and Katie Mogel

 

Edythe Stewart posted on 11/19/21

I’m sorry for your loss, but happy for heavens gain. Perhaps he and Jerry can play Scrabble😊 on the other hand “eye has not seen nor ear heard the things that God has in store for those who love him “

 

Robert D Plummer (Bob) posted on 11/19/21

I joined BTL on July 1965, and was located in the Western Electric Company near Reading PA. The small location allowed learning and befriending many of the staff. Stan was only a few years older than me and I enjoyed his friendship and many technical discussions, while learning from each other. My background was Physics and Mathematics and Stan seemed to have a wide range of many talents and information. Stan was one of the few that helped me find out how to get things done in the manufacturing environment. Stan was one of those special people that every one had to like.

 

Roland and Cindy Arnold posted on 11/19/21

Dear Rachel and family, You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time of Stanley's passing. We enjoyed getting to know Stanley at Eagle Fellowship. Roland especially enjoyed their conversations together. Praise the Lord for the blessed assurance of knowing he is in the presence of his Lord and Savior.

 

DICK SCHILPP posted on 11/18/21

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DICK SCHILPP posted on 11/18/21

Stan has been missed at Thursday breakfasts & we will continue to think of him fondly.

 

Nigel, Emma, Oscar & Matti Walsh posted on 11/17/21

Phil, our sincere condolences for you and your family on the loss of your dad. Wish you a long life.

 

Sai Gopalan posted on 11/17/21

Phil - So very sorry for your and your family's loss. Our prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. Regards - Sai Gopalan

 

Munish Agarwal posted on 11/17/21

We are so sorry for your loss, Phil, your father was clearly a remarkable man. Sending you and the whole family much love. May his memory be a blessing, and his grace be the fuel to keep the sprits high during this difficult time. Our deepest condolences.

 

Yolande Piazza posted on 11/17/21

Thoughts and prayers are with you all and please know that your Google family is here to support you in any way possible! Best, Yo.

 

YOUR NIECE. DEBBIE MOYER posted on 11/17/21

In memory of Mr. Stanley F. Moyer, YOUR NIECE. DEBBIE MOYER lit a candle

 

YOUR NIECE. DEBBIE MOYER posted on 11/17/21

MY WONDERFUL UNCLE AND GODFATHER. WE SURE HAVE MADE IT THROUGH SOME ROUGH TIMES BUT YOU WERE ALWAYS THERE FOR ME. I WILL MISS YOU VERY MUCH. I KNOW ALL YOUR PAIN IS GONE BUT MINE WILL STAY WITH ME. YOU WERE THE ONLY LEFT . YOU AND DAD ARE FINALLY TOGETHER. LOVE YOU VERY MUCH AND I WILL MISS YOU. GOD BLESS YOU

 

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