Edward A. Reustle, of Wyomissing PA, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 in the Reading Hospital West Reading, PA.
Born in Wilmington, DE, he was the son of the late Walter and Katherine (nee Riley) Reustle. Mr. Reustle is the beloved husband of Andrea T. (nee Goetzberger) Reustle for the past 47 years.
Ed was an engineer for UGI Utilities for 36 years and made a lasting impact on the design and operation of UGI's natural gas system. Ed was a teacher, trainer and mentor for UGI engineering and operations staff and has left a legacy of engineers throughout the company. He constantly challenged his colleagues and staff and was known for his intellect, dry sense of humor and quick wit. He was also known for his kind heart and love of animals.
Relatives and friends are invited to call on Wednesday, July 10, 2019 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the Kuhn Funeral Home 739 Penn Ave. West Reading, PA and Tuesday July 16, 2019 from 9:30 to 10:30 AM in the Chapel St. Anthony of Padua Church 259 Forest Avenue Ambler, PA with a Funeral Mass at 10:30 AM with Rev. Msgr. Stephen P. McHenry Pastor as Celebrant. Interment will be in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Cheltenham.
The Weidenmoyer Family - Kris, Chet, Juliann & Kyl on
Jul 7, 2019
Andrea (Ed's wife) is my first cousin. My family and I had the privilege of spending the last 25 + years with him and Andrea at Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter, Birthday Parties and Graduation Parties for my daughter and son. He was extremely helpful with any help we needed with the meal and cleanup! Many times he rolled up his sleeves and pitched in. I thoroughly enjoyed chatting with him after dinner at the table. He was so knowledgeable on so many subjects and was so interesting to talk with. My husband enjoyed talking "shop" with him. He was so devoted to Andrea. They were one of the happiest couples we knew. He truly loved Andrea and their cats. It was a "shock" to my whole family that he died. We will miss him greatly and the holidays won't be the same without him. My heart goes out to Andrea and her loss.
Peter Terranova on
Jul 6, 2019
I learned a lot from Ed during the 30 years that I worked with him. He was a good friend and trusted colleague. The UGI family will miss him. Peter Terranova
Rona and Emily on
Jul 5, 2019
Every encounter we had with Ed was sheer joy. His dry humor mixed with his gentle sarcasm along with his deep love for Andrea, made us feel close to him. We will miss him.
Lisa and Regina on
Jul 5, 2019
Ed was a good and wonderful man and will truly be missed by many. He was quiet but quick witted and I enjoyed all the interactions we had with him. Andrea, our hearts go out to you. He was one of the good guys! Lisa and Regina
Nancy Hurst on
Jul 5, 2019
Ed was not only a truly great friend, he was a great boss! The years we worked together I will cherish forever in my heart. Nancy Hurst
Bob and Judy Allabaugh on
Jul 4, 2019
GREAT FRIEND, GREAT HUSBAND and DEDICATED worker. HE will be truly missed by family and friends. bob and judy allabaugh
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