Rodney J. Clauser, 82

Rodney J. Clauser, husband of Alice (Read) Clauser, passed away at Reading Hospital on Thursday, December 16, 2021.

Born in Seyfert, PA, he was the son of the late George E. and Elsie V. (Ganster) Clauser.

Rodney was a devoted husband, father, and Pop Pop and will be sorely missed. He touched the lives of many with is “sense of humor”- whether it was family, neighbors, or friends, he was always willing to lend a hand. His hobbies included taking care of his home, cutting firewood, working in his garden, and taking care of his famous “Asparagus Patch”! He and Alice enjoyed spending time at their home in the Poconos.

Surviving along with his wife Alice, are his children Dwayne M. Clauser, husband of Jill, and Dana L. Stierly, wife of Ed; 3 brothers George W. Clauser, husband of Joan, David L. Clauser, husband of Patricia, and Larry D. Clauser, husband of Ann; 6 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services are being held privately.

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Alice, Dwayne and Dana: I’m so sorry to hear about the passing of Rodney. I remember many fun times with him and all of you. Please know you are all in my prayers . ????

~ Kyle Kealey
12/22/2021 9:21:30 AM

Alice and the entire Clauser family, I am deeply sorry for your loss. It has been years since I talked to Rod, but I can still hear him saying HARD WORK IS NEVER EASY. In my mind he was a hardworking, generous man with a great sense of humor. Rodney, Dwayne, and I work many weekends together with his tree business. He made the hard work seem a much easier and the time pass much faster with his funny remarks. Although the subject never came up, I think Rod knew that my family was having to struggle a bit to make ends meet at that time in my life. He always provided me a way to make extra money and rewarded me by paying me more than I was worth. When I bought a stump grinder to make some extra money Rod and Dwayne supplied me with stump removal jobs. I will always admire Rodney's strength as a man, and I will always remember the kindness and generosity he showed me and my son. We were both truly blessed to know him. I am truly sorry for your loss and "May God Bless the Clauser Family."

~ Walter Strzelecki Pottstown, PA
12/20/2021 8:47:00 PM