The Life of Kenneth R. Angstadt
Kenneth R. Angstadt, of Mertztown passed away peacefully on Thursday, February 11, 2021 in the inpatient hospice unit of Lehigh Valley Hospital, Salisbury Township, after a brief illness. He was the loving husband of Dianne E. (Maurer) Angstadt. They celebrated their 60th Wedding Anniversary in December of 2020.
Born in Mertztown, Kenny was the son of the late Clarence and Clara (Warmkessel) Angstadt. He was a member of Zions Union Church in Maxatawny. Kenny worked as a truck driver at Packaging Corporation of America for 45 years, retiring in 2004. After his retirement he worked seasonally at Four Seasons Garden Center in Breinigsville. Kenny spent many hours mowing grass for friends and family. He enjoyed watching the Phillies and having breakfast at Jaks Diner in Topton. He looked forward to Friday night cards with Chuttie and the girls. He will be missed by his entire family, especially his cat, Buddy.
In addition to his wife Dianne, Kenny is survived by his three daughters, Lori L. Angstadt, partner of Donna Kalp of Fogelsville, Lisa R., wife of Kevin Zerwick of Bowers, Lani L., wife of George Weller of Bowers; three grandchildren, Matthew (Jennifer) Weller, Colleen (Kenneth) Bungarz, and Robert (Ashlynn) Zerwick. He also had five great-grandchildren, Kenny, Cassidy & Calvin Bungarz, Penelope Zerwick, Emerson Weller and his future sibling due in March. He is also survived by his sisters Anna Mae Reinhard and Christine Kline and many nieces and nephews and their families.
Along with his parents, Kenny was predeceased by his brothers, Willard and Paul Angstadt; his sisters, Ruth Dierolf and Rachel Angstadt; and his mother-in-law, Edna (Reppert) Maurer who died on February 2, 2021.
A public viewing will be held on Sunday afternoon, February 14, 2021 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. in Ludwick Funeral Homes, Inc., 333 Greenwich Street, Kutztown, PA.
A private funeral service to celebrate and honor Kenny's life will be held on Monday morning with Reverend Jeffrey J. Butz officiating. Due to the current CDC guidelines regarding indoor gathering size restrictions, the family would like to invite everyone that would desire to participate in the service, to do so via a LIVE stream beginning at 10:00 a.m. To access the virtual service, including a recording once concluded, please visit Kenny's obituary page at www.Ludwickfh.com.
Burial will follow the services in Zion Maxatawny Union Cemetery, Kutztown (Maxatawny Township).
In lieu of flowers, please send a gift to the Friends of Brandywine, P.O. Box 127, Topton, PA19562, which will benefit families in need in the Brandywine Heights Area School District.
Memories and condolences may be shared at www.Ludwickfh.com.
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To the family of Kenny
My Thoughts and Prayers are with all of you at the very sad time. Kenny was Great person and would help anyone. I will miss his visits. When I was out in the summer and he went by he would blow the horn or stop in for a quick visit. Always such a happy man. I will miss him at our family reunions. Gone, but never forgotten. Love you cousin Kenny. Benedetta Warmkessel
Our deepest sympathy to Dianne and her girls. Kenny was a great husband father grandfather and friend who will missed by all. He fought a good battle and now he is at peace no more pain. Always loved to see him at all the picnics and carnivals in the summer before corvid and when he came to Lisa and Kevin.You had 60 precious years with him and those memories will carry you through the tough times. God be with you all and he will help you through this .
I did not know Kenny, but am a friend of Lori and Lani. I just want to offer my deepest sympathy for your loss. I am sure you all have a lot of good memories which will stay with you forever. I believe that your husband and father will always be with you and will watch over you.
Always in our hearts
My deepest Sympathy to the family. I remember the campouts we had years ago. He was the life of the party.
I know he will be with you always. He'll be that unanswered whisper you hear. The touch on your shoulder when there is no one there. Your memories will keep him alive in your hearts forever.