Gloria Mae Werstler

Gloria Mae Werstler, 90, widow of Daniel J. Werstler, formerly of Gilbertsville, reunited with her husband on Thursday, March 9, 2023. They are celebrating in Heaven.


Born in Bechtelsville, PA, Gloria was the daughter of the late Leroy Heydt and Agnes (Weller) Heydt. She most recently resided in Blandon.


Gloria was a 1951 graduate of Boyertown Area High School. She worked at Tung-Sol in Boyertown from approximately 1955 until 1963. She took some time off to raise her family. Gloria then went on to work as a sales clerk for Karver and Fry in Boyertown in the 1970’s until they closed. She then worked at Crown Card in Gilbertsville as a sales clerk until she retired.


Gloria was a member of Good Shepherd UCC in Boyertown. She loved to do word search puzzles, but her greatest joy was being a mother and a grandmother.


Gloria is survived by one son; Dwight Werstler, husband of Deborah, as well as two grandchildren: Joshua Werstler, husband of Jenny, and Rebecca Clark, wife of Tyler. She is also survived by three great grandchildren: Cora Jean Werstler, Haley Mae Clark, and Madison Grace Clark.


Family and friends are invited to a viewing on Thursday, March 16, 2023 from 10AM to11AM at Morrell Funeral Home 124 W. Philadelphia Ave Boyertown, PA 19512. A funeral service will follow at 11AM. Interment will be at Fairview Cemetery.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Gloria’s name to Good Shepherd UCC 35 W. Philadelphia Ave Boyertown, PA 19512.


Morrell Funeral Home, Inc. is in charge of arrangements. (



2 Condolences
  1. I’m very sorry to hear of the passing of your mom, Dwight. I pray that your fond memories help you through your time of grief. Take care!

  2. Gloria was my Aunt, my Dad’s sister. I always called her Auntie. Some of my fondest memories of her were Christmas mornings at her parents’ house. Auntie gave the best Christmas gifts! The other best memories were the times Auntie and Uncle Danny would take me to the Pocono Mountains with them for a week. Auntie had a good sense of humor, and I liked to hear her laugh. I also enjoyed the time I spent with her son, my cousin, Dwight. Those were some of the best times of my childhood.

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