Thomas A. Oliveri

December 4, 1958 - November 15, 2017
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Thomas A. Oliveri, 58, of Cumru Township, passed away on November 15, 2017 at Penn State Health St. Joseph Medical Center surrounded by love from family and friends. Born in East Meadow, Long Island, NY, he was a son of the late Thomas A. and Gladys D. (Wechsler) Oliveri. Tom spent his youth on his parent’s farm in Rock Stream, NY. He loved farming and developed his mechanical skills repairing equipment and working on his beloved VW Beetle. He loved trucks and especially his favorite Ford diesel. He also loved trading and hauling farm equipment and loved his horses. Tom graduated from Dundee Central School and Corning Community College with a degree in Mechanical Technology, and spent his career as a Mechanical Engineer. He was loved for his sense of humor and quick wit, and was respected as a talented engineer with the ability to solve any problem. He is survived by his loving wife, Mary Ellen Moreland, daughter, Alexandra Troyan, former wife, Sandra (Alderman) Oliveri, and three siblings: Steven and wife Danielle Oliveri, Santa Clara, CA, Anita and husband John Leone, Huntsville, Utah, and Sheryl and husband Wayne Charron, Bedford, NH. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. “May God bless you and keep you in the palm of His hand.” The Klee Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Inc., Shillington is assisting the Oliveri family.

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Born: December 4, 1958
Died: November 15, 2017

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Earl Green posted on 1/18/18

So sorry for your loss. I was a classmate and high school friend. Your family are in my thoughts. Earl Green


Sheryl posted on 1/14/18

I miss you dear brother. I remember all of your hard work on the farm and you driving me around in your yellow vw bug. Love you always ❤️


Bill Garlick posted on 11/30/17

Sorry for your loss he was a good man and I enjoyed working with him.


A B posted on 11/27/17

My condolences goes out to the family during this difficult time. May you find a measure of comfort found at John 6:40 which says that soon we will all see our loved ones again.