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Cobra Jet
07-13-2005, 01:21 PM

He will be greatly missed as he was a major contributor to our hobby...




07-13-2005, 08:59 PM
Thanks for the update Phil. Now, if I can just get Edmond to get the website updated so we can share our sorrow with fellow SVT enthusiasts.

07-15-2005, 10:41 PM
Just a little more information about one of the best SVT enthusiasts in the world.

Thomas A. Shreiner

Published: Jul 12, 2005 EST

Thomas A. Shreiner

Thomas A. Shreiner, 50, of 15 Warren Street, Montoursville, passed away at his residence on Saturday July 9, 2005 after an extended illness. He was born in Lititz on July 15, 1954, a son of Allen R. and Jean L. (Heisey) Shreiner.

He graduated from Warwick High School, Lancaster County, in 1973 and soon after started his employment with Construction Specialties. He was employed at the Milton Office as a project/research and development manager. Over the past 30 years with Construction Specialties, he has held 20 patents on designs. Tom was also a former member of the Central PA Archeological Society and more recently, the North Central Mustang Club, where he served many capacities and offices as well as the club s president. He was very passionate about cars and especially Ford Mustangs, which led him to author several Ford enthusiast publications. He enjoyed collecting and restoring these cars. He also managed a family championship race team "Shreiner Racing".

He is survived by his parents of Fort Collins, CO; one son, Eric A. Shreiner of the USAF, stationed in Germany; one daughter, Christa S. Shreiner of Hughesville; three brothers, Jeff Shreiner of Amarillo, TX, Steve Shreiner of Fort Collins, CO and John Shreiner of Coolidge, AZ. He will also be lovingly missed by his fiancee, Marcie Cipriani, with whom he resided.

Funeral Services will be Wednesday, 6:30 PM at the Picture Rocks Baptist Church, with Rev. Christopher Coakley, Officiating. Friends will be received in the church from 4 PM until the time of the service. Interment will be held at the convenience of the family at a later time. The family will provide the flowers and suggests memorial contributions be made to the Geisinger Health System's Melanoma Clinic, 100 N. Academy Ave., Danville, PA 17822. McCarty-Thomas Funeral Home, Hughesville is in charge of the arrangements.