Brenda S. Wolfe, 62, of Mohnton passed away peacefully on Thursday, November 17, 2022 in St. Francis Home in Shillington. Born in West Reading, she was the daughter of the late George and Florence (Bachman) Wolfe and she happily spent her life living in the Mohnton area.
Brenda was a 1978 graduate of Governor Mifflin High School. She spent many years working at Sharpoint/Alcon where she performed tasks to aid in the manufacture of surgical needles.
Brenda was a loving daughter, sibling, aunt, great aunt, cousin, co-worker, friend and “doggy mom”. Surviving are her siblings: Doris Kline, Warren Wolfe and William Wolfe. She was predeceased by her siblings: Nancy Kauffman, George R. Wolfe, Larry Wolfe and by her niece Denise Weinsteiger (and her son Scott Miller) and Diane Wolfe. Brenda loved and was loved by her surviving nieces and nephew and their families: Judith Kline (Charles Kuboucsak); Ronald Kline (Suzanne) and their children, Allison Kline, Jennifer Kline and Matthew Kline (Kimberly); Patricia Geras (Tony) and their children and grandchildren, Kelly Kollar (Alex) and Joxon Kollor, Matthew Geras, Kristen Geras; Tonja Felber (Christian) and their children, Lucia Felber, Matteo Felber and Luis Felber; Melanie Reuhl (Burkhard) and their child Tim Reuhl; Melissa Hume (Eric) and their child, William Hume and Jessie Watkins (Shawn) and their children, Jolene Watkins, Regan Watkins and Steele Watins. Also surviving are Brenda's loving sister-in-law, Barbara Wolfe, Bobbie Wolfe and Christine Bosch and nieces's family Jerry and Adam Weinsteiger. Dearly loved and missed by Brenda are her faithful late dogs Kilo and Roscoe.
For anyone whoever met Brenda, they could easily describe her as a nice and loving person. Brenda's quick smile and twinkling eyes could brighten anyone's day. Despite all the many years of battling kidney failure and related health problems, Brenda rarely complained but instead focused on the positive by being grateful for what she had and the love she was able to share with everyone. Family and friends and time spent with them meant the most to her....and for that I know everyone will be grateful for the times shared with her. She is at peace now and at home were she will surely be welcomed with all the other Angels.
Brenda wanted her life to be celebrated! Relatives and friends are invited to gather and share remembrance on Monday, November 28 at 12:00pm at Giles & Yeckley Funeral Home and Crematorium, Inc. at 21 Chestnut St. Mohnton, PA 19540. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be sent to any of Brenda’s favorite charities: Animal Rescue League of Berks County, Shriners Hospitals for Children, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or St. Francis Home.