Richard S. Studlack

April 12, 1966 - June 29, 2019
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Richard S. Studlack, 53, of Lower Heidelberg Twp., passed away, June 29, 2019 in his residence. He was the husband of Christina (Stubenrauch) Studlack. In September, they would have celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. Born in Rahway, Union County, NJ, he was a son of Arlene A. (Grabowski) Studlack, Washington, NJ, and the late Stephen Studlack. He was employed by J. B. Hunt, York as a truck driver, last working Wednesday, June 26th. He was a member of St. Ignatius Loyola R.C. Church, Whitfield and was a graduate of St. Pius X High School, Piscataway, NJ. A member of the Mohnton Rod and Gun Club, he enjoyed hiking, working on cars and grilling. Richard loved model trains, but most of all he loved his family and children. In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by his daughters – Hannah L. Studlack, Forestville, PA, Abigail A. Studlack, at home, his brothers – Stephen husband of Kim Studlack, South Plainfield, NJ, Michael husband of Denise Studlack, Washington, NJ, and his nephews – Mikey, Jr., Stephen and his niece Mary. Relatives and friends are invited to call on Friday, July 5, 2019 from 10:00 – 11:00 AM at St. Ignatius Loyola R. C. Church, 2810 St. Albans Dr., Whitfield. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM. Father Stephan Isaac Celebrant. Interment in Gethsemane Cemetery, Laureldale. The Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., Shillington is assisting the Studlack family.

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Date: Friday, July 5, 2019

Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

St. Ignatius Loyola R.C. Church


2810 St. Albans Drive
Sinking Spring, PA 19608

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Service Information

Date: Friday, July 5, 2019

Time: 11:00 am

St. Ignatius Loyola R.C. Church


2810 St. Albans Drive
Sinking Spring, PA 19608

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Mass of Christian Burial


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Date: Friday, July 5, 2019

Gethsemane Cemetery


3139 Kutztown Road
Reading, PA 19605

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Born: April 12, 1966
May 31, 2018
Mercedes..Everyone enjoyed your visits. You will be missed.
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Died: June 29, 2019

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Cindy Jarozenski posted on 7/5/19

Dear Christina, Abigail, Hannah, and family, I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I met Richard when I was lucky enough to have his daughter Abby in my 2nd grade class at St. Ignatius School. He and Christina were very kind, supportive parents who always had a smile and a kind word. I would look forward to seeing Abby in my class each day—she was so polite and a good student. Abby’s class was my last 2nd grade at St. Ignatius School, so that memory is very special. Your husband and father will always live on in your hearts. You have a very special angel now who will be watching over you. I will keep you in my prayers. Love, “Miss J.” 🙏🏻💙


Terry Wojciechowski Anderson posted on 7/4/19

To Rich and the Studlack family, My heart is so heavy with grief for all of you. My prayers and thoughts are with you all during this precious time. Mikey, Stevie, Arlene, I knew you folks for most of my life. I did not know Richard as well but I knew he had a fun sense of humor and I enjoyed connecting with him on social media and seeing the wonderful posts of Christmas along with his lovely wife Christine and their beautiful girls. I'm so sorry that I cannot be there for you today but you are in my heart and prayers. May you all find a path to peace, understanding, and resolution through God's love. I love you all, you are my family, Terry Wojciechowski Anderson


Terry Wojciechowski Anderson posted on 7/4/19

Dear Richard and Studlack family, My heart brakes for you all. My prayers and thoughts are with you during this time of sadness. Stevie and Mikey, Arlene, I've known you all for so long. I didn't know Rich as well as I knew you all, but I so enjoyed connecting with him on social media. Rich had a great sense of humor and I loved all of the family photos Rich posted of Christine and their beautiful daughters. I will miss him. I'm so sorry I cannot be there for you at this time. I love you all and I pray for peace, love, understanding and resolution during this difficult time. My Love always and forever , Terry Wojciechowski Anderson


KEVIN "KJ" SPAYD posted on 7/4/19

Oh Richie you will be so missed. You always could make me laugh, showed me how to be a sincere person when the time called for it. Your love for Christina and the girls was strong. I could see it through the rough exterior you wore. Only a fool would cross the bull that you were. The best thing from working at Lowe's was the friendship we developed. The wives named us each other's BFF. LOL! For a short five years you were the only best friend I ever had. And at our ages our most meaning full. So much to say, no more time to make memories. I will keep those made , think and smile. Many prayers to Christina, Abby, Hannah and the other Studlack members. You will get through this with time. Heart felt,. KJ


Luciana Giannotta posted on 7/3/19

I'm so very sorry to hear this news. My heart hurts for Richie and the Studlack family. Know that I'm thinking and praying for all of you during this difficult time... I sure will miss watching The Yankees on FB with you Richie, but I know you still will be watching all the games.... You will be so missed... Rest easy my friend....


Carol Tunnessen posted on 7/3/19

Our sincere condolences to Abigail and Christine during this difficult time. Sending prayers to you both and your entire family. James, Carol and Nathan Tunnessen


Lorie Kleeman posted on 7/3/19

My heart breaks for you. Prayers For You and Abby.


John & Cindy Studlack posted on 7/2/19

In memory of Richard S. Studlack, John & Cindy Studlack lit a candle


Bart Gawlikowski posted on 7/1/19

Shit. That might be inappropriate to some, and I apologize if so, but as I remember Richard, he spoke from the heart and expressed himself with fierce liberty. It was the first thing that shot from my mouth sitting with my family as I read the Facebook post. I have not spoken to Rich in over 30 years, but during a time with some really weird evolutions in high school and in life, Rich was a true icon. He and his brothers were a social force to be reckoned with, and Rich was a patriarch among them. There were not many instances where an upperclassman could have made a young freshman feel...relevant, and and Rich gave swift currency to the “uncool”. I’d suspect he continued this tradition throughout the years, using his gregarious nature, strength, quick humor and broad smile to help others feel as comfortable as he seemingly did so naturally. Rest in peace, Rich. Ill pray, hard, for your wife, children and entire family to heal and to carry on as exceedingly difficult as that will be. If they carry a fraction of the power I knew you to have, they will endure.


Michelle Weiss posted on 7/1/19

Prayers to you and Abby during this difficult time.


Anna Lysick posted on 7/1/19

My deepest sympathies to Christina, Hannah,Abigail and the entire Studlack family. I am so sorry your loss. God gained another great guy! Love and prayers to you all.


Efraín Calderón posted on 7/1/19

My condolences


Monica Spayd posted on 7/1/19

Our heartfelt sympathy to Christina, Abby and their extended family members for their loss. May you all be surrounded with love and comfort from each other, and those friends who will be with you during the days, weeks, months and years to follow. We all share in your sorrow. Cherish each day to the fullest as tomorrow is never promised. Peace be with you all. The Spayd Family, Sinking Spring