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C. Thomas Traynor Jr. (Tom), 70, of Birdsboro, widow of Cindy L. Traynor spent 32 1/2 years together. He was a warrior against cancer for 2 1/2 years. Tom passed away Tuesday, September 11 at the West Reading Hospital.
Born in Pottstown, PA., he was the son of the late Elizabeth (Borden) Traynor and Charles Traynor, Sr.
Mr. Traynor grew-up and graduated in Pottstown. He went into the Army. Tom was a chef for many years and lastly worked in concrete. He moved to Pennoni for 9 years until 2018 where he was an inspector for the Pa Dept of Transportation. He was a member of different car clubs, loved corvettes, racing, the Philadelphia Eagles and Philadelphia Phillies, science, and movies.
He is survived by a son, Justin Nathaniel Wolfe-Traynor, a daughter, Jessica Bess Traynor, a step-daughter, Lora Lee Keyes; a brother Dewey D. Traynor, two sisters, Olivia J. Jones and belated Helene L. Bahn; a grandson and 9 step-grandchildren.
A service will not be held at this time.
Toms wishes were to be cremated. In the future a celebration of life will be held in his honor. The information for celebration will be sent out when dates are arranged.