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Clifford C. Reigner, 70, of Barto, PA, passed away at St. Luke's Hospice, Bethlehem, PA on Friday, December 11, 2015 after ongoing medical issues. He was born in Pottstown to the late Kenneth and Lucetta (Treichler) Reigner.
Cliff graduated from Boyertown High School in 1963. While there he earned varsity letters in Football and Track and Field. In football, he played guard and defensive tackle and earned an All State defensive line honorable mention in 1962. He also was voted onto the 1960s Reading Eagle All Decade team. In Track and Field, Cliff was a medalist in the distance medley relay at the 1963 Penn Relays.
He served in the Army National Guard at Ft. Dix.
After graduation, Cliff began working for Firestone Tire and Rubber and Occidental Chemical, until retiring in 2003 after almost forty years of service.
He was an active member of New Hanover United Methodist Church. He participated in its Guatemala Medical Mission and the transportation ministry providing rides to medical appointments.
Cliff was a member of the Boyertown Area Football Association Hall of Fame. He also volunteered time at various projects at the football stadium and track. He was also actively involved in the Class of 1963 Reunion Planning Committee. He enjoyed dancing at area venues featuring big band music and used his love of motorcycles to ride for good causes. Ever the sports fan, he traveled to watch his grandchildrens' competitions, as well as many other high school sports venues.
He is survived by his children: Barbara A. Akins and her husband, Mark, of Gilberstville; Douglas K. Reigner and his wife, Jessica (Baudot), of Collegeville; and Jason C. Reigner and his wife, Lynn (Dyckes), of Quakertown; siblings: Darlene Latshaw and husband, Karl, of Barto; Carole Kehl and husband, Rick, of Bechtelsville; and Randy Reigner, of Barto; grandchildren: Erin, Paige, Cody Akins; Avery, Quinn, Gavin, Patrick and Grace Reigner; and many nieces and nephews.- Read More
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