Jeffrey Levy, 67

Jeffrey Levy, 67, of Royersford, husband of Michele (Mutschler) Levy, passed away Wednesday February 7, 2024 at his residence.

Born in the Bronx, NY, he was the son of the late Howard and Joyce (Kalfin) Levy.

Jeff was a dedicated husband, dad, pop-pop, friend, and mentor. He cherished his family more than anything. You could always find him in the stands cheering on every grandkid at their sporting events or dance competitions. He would be the first one to jump in the sand and build a monstrous sandcastle, hop on a swing and let his grandkids spin him round and round, or roll on the ground for some ultimate wrestling matches. Jeff was a master carpenter and dedicated Superintendent for Delran Builders, he took pride in his work on every job site and at home. He was our own personal MacGyver and had a fix for everything. He enjoyed family trips to the beach and was an avid NY Giants fan.

Surviving along with his wife are his children Jennifer Nuskey wife of James Jr., Kristin McCabe wife of James Jr., and Michael Levy husband of Emily; grandchildren Hadley McCabe, Zander Levy, Savannah Nuskey, Kylan Levy, Parker McCabe, and Makenna Levy; sister Shari Levy partner of Joann Perrotta; and loving canine companion Finnegan.

Along with his parents, Jeff was predeceased by his sister Debra Levy.

Funeral services will be held Thursday February 15, 2024 at 11:00 AM at Catagnus Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Ltd., 329 N. Lewis Rd., Royersford, PA 19468. Burial will be private. Visitation will be held Wednesday Feb. 14th from 6:00-8:00 PM and Thursday Feb. 15th from 9:30-10:45 AM at the funeral home.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jeffrey’s memory to Penn Medicine Abramson Cancer Center (

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Jeff's legacy is your beautiful, loving family and your lovely home. He is surrounding you with his love all the time

~ Jim and Peg Wright Collegeville, PA
2/15/2024 11:35:25 AM

I am saddened to here of Jeff's passing, he was far to young, but cancer doesn't care. Jeff lived up the street in Fox Heath and our children played together we also coached baseball together, he he had a wicked curve ball :). As years past I would run into him once and a while he always greeted you with a firm handshake and a smile. With this being said my sincere condolences go out to the family and may god bless him with his grace.

~ Ralph boettcher
2/14/2024 12:28:51 PM

I am saddened to hear about Jeff’s passing. He was a lovely, sweet man whose smile would light up an entire room. He had a big heart, and his kindness left its mark on all those who knew him. I’ll be praying for his family during this sad time and hope their memories of him bring them comfort.

~ Diana Ruggiano Phoenixville, PA
2/8/2024 7:16:24 PM

Jeff was one if the best men I've ever met in my life. The dictionary should add a section called Family Man and just put Jeff's photo next to it. I'm so glad he has been a part of my life and I will most definetly miss him. My heart is very heavy as I type this and it truly aches for Michele, their children, grandchildren and all those that loved this amazing, strong and talented man. I'll miss you Jeff, until we see each other again... may God Bless and rest your Soul pal.

~ Joe Ruggiano
2/8/2024 3:12:07 PM