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Keith Lee Kleffel

August 15, 1967 — March 11, 2024

Keith Lee Kleffel, 56, of Kutztown, passed away Monday morning in Hillcrest Center in Wyncote, PA.

Born in West Reading, he was the son of the late Kenneth L. Kleffel, Sr. and Mae B. (Noble) Kleffel.

Keith is survived by two brothers, James K. Kleffel and wife Teresa M. Kleffel of Kutztown and Keith’s twin brother, Kenneth L. Kleffel Jr., husband of Christina Kleffel of Reading.

Keith is predeceased by a sister, Lori L. (Kleffel) Crammer and survived by Lori’s husband Keith L. Crammer and he is also predeceased by a nephew Cody L. Kleffel.

Keith is survived by his nieces, Denise Fetter, Jaime Gruber, Julia Quinlan, Vikki Kauffman, and Kaylee Schaffer.

Also, his nephews, Michael, Timothy, and James Kleffel and Derek Crammer.

There are twelve grand nieces and nephews.

There also is a surviving daughter, Allison.

He was a member of Holy Guardian Angels Roman Catholic Church.

He was employed as a shipping lead for Reading Truck Body for thirty years.

He was an avid Philadelphia Eagles fan.

He played lead guitar for several bands including, Dry Run, Coolidge Effect, and Judgement Day.

 A Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, March 19th at 11 AM in the Milkins Trymbiski Funeral Home, 4914 Kutztown Rd., Temple with Pastor Barry Moyer officiating.

A viewing will be held on Monday evening, March 18th from 6 PM until 8 PM and Tuesday morning from 10 AM until 11 AM in the funeral home.

Interment will follow the funeral service in Berks County Memorial Gardens.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Assoc. at

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