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George P. Klevenz, Jr.

November 3, 1964 - August 9, 2022
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Egizi Funeral Home
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Nathaniel Tyson
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Nathaniel Tyson
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Nathaniel Tyson
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Patricia K Tyson
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Visitation
Egizi Funeral Home
119 Ganttown Road
Turnersville, NJ 08012
(856) 227-9500 | Map
Tuesday 8/16, 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Funeral Mass
St. Charles Borromeo RC Church
176 Stage Coach Rd.
Sicklerville, NJ
Tuesday 8/16, 12:30 pm

George P. Klevenz, Jr. On August 9, 2022, of Carneys Point.  Age 57.  Beloved husband of Angel (nee Boyts).  Devoted father of Stacy Klevenz (Mike), Megan Erdman, Courtney Klevenz, Taylor Klevenz, McKenzie Klevenz and Tyler Klevenz.  Proud grandfather of Mia.  Loving son of George P. Klevenz, Sr. and the late Joan (nee Urban).  Dear brotherContinue Reading

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Nathaniel Tyson left a message on August 17, 2022:
Cousin George always made me laugh at Thanksgiving, and was a big bundle of affection. My love and condolences to his close family, Angel, and his children.
Nathaniel Tyson left a message on August 17, 2022:
Cousin George always made me laugh at Thanksgiving, and was a big bundle of affection. My love and condolences to his close family, Angel, and his children.
Nathaniel Tyson left a message on August 17, 2022:
Cousin George always made me laugh at Thanksgiving, and was a big bundle of affection. My love and condolences to his close family, Angel, and his children.
Abigail Tyson left a message on August 13, 2022:
You were always such a light and a joy when I’d see you at Thanksgiving. I have fond memories of you making everyone laugh every time you visited. Thank you for those memories. Love, Abigail
Patricia K Tyson left a message on August 12, 2022:
It is with the deepest sadness that I acknowledge the death of George Jr. I remember the day he was born, there was much coming and going and excitement because it was election day and we were waiting for Aunt Elva and my father, Dennis, to come home so everyone could make the walk to the election booths. Aunt Joan was usually getting ready for work in the afternoon and we were all excited about her baby that would be coming any day now. Suddenly there was much commotion and Aunt Joan was on the way to have the baby right then! And so George was born on the same day that LBJ was elected president. I think I was permitted to stay up late that night. I was allowed to hold and feed George under supervision and he was a very good baby. I was all of ten so I knew a thing a two ;) Later George Jr and his mom and dad moved to an apartment on Haddon Ave and I enjoyed visiting them there. George had a lovely nursery and a bright sunny living room in which to play. I was also welcome to visit their home on Atlantic Ave and played with him and cooed over his baby sister, Melissa. Our family moved to Pennsylvania and, as is the way of the world, we drifted apart but I would always enjoy seeing him at Aunt Peg’s relishing his mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving Day. Rest in peace, George. On behalf of my family, I extend our most heartfelt condolences to his.
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Dennis Kinslow left a message on August 11, 2022:
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Egizi Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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