Paul Earnshaw
1955 - 2020
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Paul Freeman Earnshaw, 64, of Reading passed away Saturday, May 16th, at his residence.

Paul was born in Roxborough, PA on September 6, 1955. He was predeceased by his mother Blanche (Nee Barackman) McMichael and stepfather Harrison McMichael. He was the loving husband of Linda K. Earnshaw, who survived him.

Paul earned a Bachelor's of the Arts Degree from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, graduating in 1978. He then served in the U.S. Navy for 25 years, retiring as a Commander in 1999. His last command was on the Fast Ship USS Voge, a Frigate. Paul then worked as an Engineer of 25 years for Remcon Plastics retiring in 2017.

He was a Life Member of the VFW and was also a Free Mason and a member of the Community Lodge.

Paul is survived by his wife, Linda, and two sons Alexander Louis Earnshaw, of Wernersville, PA and Christopher Paul Earnshaw, of Ephrata, PA;

Paul is also survived by two sisters, Suzanne and Ellen McMichael, of Nevada, and a brother, David McMichael, of Malvern, PA; and by 1 grandson, Ivan Harrison Earnshaw.

Interment will be at Whitemarsh Memorial Park, Ambler, PA on Tuesday May 26th at 11 AM.

In Lieu of flowers, donations in his name are requested to Veterans Making a Difference, 2412 Spring Street, Reading, PA 19609 and Fisher House Foundation (Guiding military families through their cancer journey).

Arrangements entrusted to John P. Feeney Funeral Home, Inc. 625 N. 4th Street at Centre Ave., Reading, PA 19601, 610-372-4160. Obituary and condolences at www.johnpfeeney.comcondolences at www.johnpfeeney.com
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Published in Reading Eagle from May 21 to May 24, 2020.
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May 24, 2020
My sincerest condolences to Linda and family. I am so sorry to hear of Pauls passing. He loved his country and thankful for his service
Beverly Sonday Vandevort
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May 23, 2020
THANK YOU FOR SERVING!!
A.J. US Army Retired
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