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Michael Wampole

Michael Steven Wampole

Friday September 21, 1951 - Thursday September 3, 2020
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Obituary

Michael Wampole, 68, of S. Williamsport and formerly of East Greenville, passed peacefully with his family by his side on September 3, 2020. He was the beloved husband of the late Janet L. (Ekler) Wampole who preceded him in 2014. Born in Anderson, IN, he was a son of Carl Eugene and Margene (Brady) Wampole of Florida.

Michael earned his Master’s degree at Villanova University in Library Science, and worked for the Perkiomen School until retirement in 2007. He was an author of the trilogy “The Infinity Games”. Michael was artistic and a fine Speaker, Writer, Photographer, Teacher. He always loved books and the written and spoken word. A good son and Family Man, Michael was so proud of his daughters and grandchildren. "

He is survived by his parents and daughters: Sarah, wife of Lance Crabtree who reside in Arizona, and Rachael, wife of Frank Hummel of Kunkeltown, PA; his grandchildren: Katelin, Maya, Tessa, Jacob & Michael; his siblings: Elizabeth, wife of Tor Wigert; Larry David, and his wife Maryanne; and Daniel, all who reside in Florida.

A celebration of his life will be held at a later date due to the pandemic. To offer online condolences, visit his “Book of Memories” at falkfuneralhomes.com.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in his memory can be made to the Perkiomen School, 200 Seminary Street, Pennsburg, PA 18073 for a Michael S. Wampole Memorial Bench.
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    Location
    Palm Schwenkfelder Cemetery
    Address
    833 Gravel Pike
    palm, PA 18070
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A Celebration of his Life will be held at a later date due to the pandemic.

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Carla Hausmann

Posted at 09:19am
Dear Rachel and Sarah,
Paul and I wish to make our thoughts to you. Mike was one of a kind, but we loved him with all
our hearts. We are so sorry for your loss. He and Janet were very special to us. God bless and we will
keep you all in our prayers. Carla and Paul Hausmann
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R. Dee Frazier

Posted at 10:47am
Michael and I spent many long nights working on his book that finally made it ti publication. He was very well known and a one of a kind great person. He made friends everywhere he went. A great sense of humor and way of dressing that was a bit out of the norm. He loved his kilts!!! We will miss him.
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Anne Weeks

Posted at 12:45pm
We will always remember Michael's creative spirit - especially the old fire truck spa and his love of Halloween. We last saw him at the Philly Folk Fest, when our son was a teen. An awesome man. Love to his daughters.
 
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Nancy E Lauterbach Posted at 01:36pm

Nancy E Lauterbach I remember Michael so well while we were college students at Lock Haven State College. He was one of the most friendliest and fun people I ever met. He always loved to hang out with his friends like Irish, Doc , and Maura and I was with them all. We were very close back then. The last time I saw Michael was when he came to John LaRose’s memorial and that’s the picture I added. I will miss his laughter and good spirit .
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