The Life of Cynthia A. Brewer
Cynthia A. (Keim) Brewer, 60, of Kutztown, passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 26, 2018 at her residence. She was the loving wife of Charles R. Moser. Born in West Reading, Cynthia was a daughter of the late Dale R. and Peggy S. (Hoffmaster) Keim. She was employed as a bundler for Elite Sportswear, Reading, for 18 years, last working Friday. She previously worked at T&H Fashion Co., Kutztown, and Cinderella Knitting Mills, Leesport. Cynthia loved crocheting and passed her talent along to her daughter, Amy. Most importantly, she loved spending time with her family.
In addition to her husband, Charles, Cynthia is survived by her two children, Kenneth C. Berk, Jr., Kutztown, and Amy L. Berk, companion of Todd M. Bliss, Topton; two step-children, Adam N., husband of Shilpa L. (Moyer) Moser, Shoemakersville, and Brandy A. (Moser), wife of Brandon Riegel, Hamburg; two grandchildren, Jeremy R. Billman and Madison L. Berk; and three step-grandchildren, Ajay B. Moser, Aron N. Moser and Morgan E. Riegel. She is also survived by her siblings, Cathy Mosher, Reading, Tammy Schmehl, Reading, Glenn Keim, Walnuttown, Kenneth Keim, New Tripoli, and a step-brother, Allen Keim, Reading.
Cynthia's family will host a celebration of life service in her memory at a future date.
Ludwick Funeral Homes, Inc., Kutztown, is in charge of arrangements. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.Ludwickfh.com.
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I miss you so much Mom! I still can't believe this happened! I know you are not in pain anymore and can now be at peace with your mom and dad up in Heaven. I know you will always be watching over me, Jeremy, Kenny, Madison and other family as we will always be thinking of you! I can't imagine living my life without you and remembering the talks we used to have, but I know I will still continue to have those talks with you. Love Always and Forever Amy
My cousin Cindy (relish) Keim
I was a little girl and my older cousin Cindy had us spend time with her on the farm. Learned how to milk acow, gather chicken eggs. First time I ever had REAL cow's milk and eggs right from the chicken.. Then as we got older there was going to the fair and rollerskating at the park. Love and miss you "relish".