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Justin Wolfe

Justin Wolfe

Saturday, June 8th, 1991 Wednesday, April 29th, 2020

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Obituary for Justin R. Wolfe

Justin R. Wolfe, 28, of Wayne Twp., Schuylkill Co., passed away Wednesday, April 29, 2020 in his residence.
Born in West Reading, he was the son of the late Jeffrey A. and Kerrie A. (Berger) Wolfe. Justin worked as a sheet metal journeyman, having been previously employed by Warko Roofing Co. Justin enjoyed golf, swimming, jet skiing, video gaming, riding motorcycle, water tubing, BBQing, and candy. He always enjoyed spending time and playing with his daughter, and enjoyed traveling to the beach, and Lake Ontario with his family.
He is survived by his daughter: Saphira Kerrie Rose Wolfe, Minersville; brothers: Jeffrey A. Wolfe, Jr., husband of Jill (Beachboard) Wolfe, Paoli, and Jesse A. Wolfe, Schuylkill Haven; and sisters: Sheila F. (Wolfe) Wrenfrow, wife of Larry, Shoemakersville, Belinda F. (Wolfe) Carroll, wife of Charles, Shoemakersville, Dana R. Wolfe, Pottsville, Ashley L. (Wolfe) Stahl, wife of Isaias, Schuylkill Haven, Jennifer A. Wolfe, Reading, and Jamie A. Wolfe, Schuylkill Haven.
Services are private at the convenience of the family. Leibensperger Funeral Homes, Inc., Hamburg is in charge of arrangements. For online condolences, please visit www.leibenspergerfuneralhomes.com

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Ashley Stahl

To my little big brother Justin...I love and miss you everyday! We have been through so much together! I don't wanna believe you're gone. It doesn't feel real to me and I don't want it to be. I remember when we were young you had got a bunch of the candy cigarettes and I took a pack without asking. You chased me down and accidentally stepped on a kitten. I never took anything without asking again. Lol Or the time you were riding the 4 wheeler and I was inside listening to music. You rolled the 4 wheeler and swore I turned the music up when you were calling me for help. I honestly didn't hear you. The first pocket knife you got...you were told to be careful and you threw it down to the ground almost cutting your toe off. I carried you to dad and we had to hide it from mom so she wouldn't take it from you. We lost our mom at 11 and 15. A terrible time in our lives but it brought us closer. We never fought again. Instead we would go in the horse shed and listen to music as loud as we could when we were having a bad day. Screaming the words until we lost our voices. I lost my best friend and brother. I could tell you any and everything. You knew everything the good and my flaws, as I did yours. I will never find a best friend like you ever. I hope you're resting in peace with dad and mom. I will miss you and live you forever. I feel like pieces of my heart are missing. The 3 pieces of my life I lost but will never forget. I love you always and forever Dad, Mom, and Justin! I made the 2 photos for you and your baby girl saphira! Xoxox
Comment | Posted at 10:08am via Condolence

Jamie Wolfe

Justin I love and miss you very much.... You are still alive within Saphira and always will be in my heart. You are my little brother and I so badly wish you were still here. You were one of the few that brightened up my day. I love you little bro.. Kick some butt wherever you are... I'm sure you already are... I will cherish Saphira forever.... Till we see eachother again in just going tio say,I'll see you later little bro... Love you...
Always,
Jamie...
Comment | Posted at 09:47pm via Condolence
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Richard Williams

Justin... you were my friend and someone Ik I could count on. Iā€™m gonna miss seeing u at king frost parades and at parties. May ur soul Rest In Peace šŸ˜¢šŸ˜¢šŸ˜¢
Comment | Posted at 10:16pm via Condolence
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Brianne kelly

You were a crazy man but you loved crazy hard. Saphira will never forget you. None of us will. Forever loved and missed.
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Cynthia Britton

I Love You, Kid...
May Your Spirit Soar.
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