Audrey May Raber, 88

Audrey May (Watts) Raber, 88, of Douglassville, wife of the late Peter Raber, passed away Monday April 18, 2022 at Amity Place.

Born in Gloucester, England, she was the daughter of the late Dorothy May Watts.

Audrey loved word puzzles, reading books, and chocolate. She worked for the Department of Labor & Industry for 15 years. She was the Queen of her family’s hearts who will be dearly missed.

Surviving are her sons Steven Raber and John Raber, husband of Christine; daughter Donna May Raber Baer, wife of Michael; grandchildren Sarah May and Luke Groth, Olivia Raber, and Justin Farrell; and great granddaughter Marlena Farrell.

Along with her husband and mother, Audrey was predeceased by her son Peter Raber Jr., sister Enid Moaby, and brothers Kenneth and Royston Watts.

A funeral service will be held Thursday April 21, 2022 at 11:00 AM at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, LLC., 711 N. Franklin St., Pottstown, PA 19464. Interment will follow at Mt. Zion Cemetery, Pottstown. Visitation will be held Thursday from 10:00-10:45 AM at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Audrey’s memory to the ALS Association at!/donation/checkout?utm_source=advertising&utm_medium=paidsearch&utm_content=sitelink&utm_campaign=google&c_src=search&c_src2=google_sitelink

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So, so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Never easy to lose a parent

~ Carole Cappo Oldsmar, Fl
4/22/2022 8:59:50 PM

My sincerest sympathy to everyone on the passing Audrey Raber. Audrey will be missed for sure by all. My prayers that each and everyday your sadness subsides as Audrey would not want anyone to be sad as she would like smiles and happiness always. Hold all your time together and your plentiful memories close to your heart as you will gain peace and comfort each day. Audrey is no longer visible for everyone but she is still here with everyone shining down in the sunshine beaming brightness. I am so glad that our paths met when we worked together in the Allentown office for Department of Labor & Industry as she was such a blessing to myself in every way shape and form. She taught me so much working with her and I am still using here training daily. Audrey was such a good coworker and will be missed. I know we haven't spoken to each other for such a long time but she was never lost as I still thought of her even though our paths no longer crossed. God has a new Angel in his realm and she is now reunited with her families gone before her. May God give you all peace and comfort Always and Forever. God Bless everyone.

4/21/2022 11:31:48 AM

Sending hugs, love, prayers, and comfort to you all during this sorrowful time. Cherish the wonderful memories and know she is at peace.

~ Joni Peters POTTSTOWN, PA
4/20/2022 5:36:06 PM

Steve, Donna, and John, Don and I were so sad to hear Aunt Audrey passed. I always enjoyed spending time with her when she visited Emily. She had a laugh that could make the whole room join in. It was a blessing to have known her.

~ Sandy Watkins
4/20/2022 8:18:21 AM

John, Donna And Steve, your Mom was totally awesome!!! I can never remember her NOT smiling and giggling. So many memories of her to cherish in our hearts. Our deepest sympathies to you and your families. Michelle & Jerry Sonnie

~ Michelle Sonnie Douglassville, PA
4/20/2022 7:31:37 AM

It was my joy and pleasure to work with Audrey at the Dept. Of Labor. She taught me more about working in the office than anyone else I know. And then after learning we lived fairly close we started going to work together. She found great pleasure in reliving the entire day in our one hour ride home. There was only one Audrey and she will be missed.

~ Lenny Cox
4/19/2022 7:18:34 PM

John, I remember your mother’s sense of humor & laughter filling your home when we were in high school. My heart goes out to you & your family. Much love, Liz Reppert

~ Mrs. Elizabeth K. Reppert Painted Post, NY
4/19/2022 7:06:29 PM

We are so sorry to learn of the passing of your dear mother. Sending prayers of comfort for your family.

~ Keith, Gerry & Kristy Day Douglassville, PA
4/19/2022 4:23:51 PM

I’m so sorry aunt Audrey was one of a kind I used to go and have tea and talk for hours may she Rest In Peace

~ Sandy Breidegam Royersford, PA
4/19/2022 10:07:53 AM