Local Obituaries Reported Sept. 21

The Post provides direct links to locally relevant obituaries available at funeral home websites. Today’s (Sept. 21, 2022) compilation consists of 13 obituaries. It includes names, ages, local connections, dates of passing, and brief funeral home references.

Mary Krauss (Hoffman) Heydt, 96, of Frederick and churched in Niantic, Sept. 19, Houck & Gofus
Edward J. Olesky, 88, of Audubon, survivors in Phoenixville, Sept. 19, Moore, Snear & Ruggiero
Joseph B. Wolarik Jr., 74, of Spring City, Sept. 19, Gatcha
Richard “Dick” Guldin, 85, of Pennsburg and an East Greenville HS graduate, Sept. 18, Mann-Slonaker
Sandra H. Hanson, 90, a former Pottstown School District teacher, survivors in Phoenixville, Sept. 18, Moore, Snear & Ruggiero
Jane C. Varian, 87, of Collegeville and a teacher in Methacton schools, Sept. 18, Moore, Snear & Ruggiero
Evy Lee Yenchick (“Lee”), 88, of Pottstown, formerly from Phoenixville and a Spring City HS graduate, Sept. 18, Gatcha
Daniel James Fenyus, 75, of Philadelphia, survivors in Spring City, Sept. 17, Klotzbach
Louis A. Viola Sr., 84, of Royersford, Sept. 17, Klotzbach
Lewin M. “Lew” Deery, 85, of Royersford, Sept. 16, Klotzbach
Brian M. Katubi, 34, of Collegeville and a Perkiomen Valley HS graduate, Sept. 16, Klotzbach
Roy V. Rodriguez Jr., 75, of Montgomeryville, born in Pottstown, Sept. 15, Volpe
Daniel P. Hughes, 36, of Philadelphia and formerly of Harleysville, Sept. 14, Williams-Bergey-Koffel

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