Andrew M. Klotzbach
Andrew M. Klotzbach is a second generation funeral director. He is the son of the late Kurt E Klotzbach, who owned the funeral homes until his passing, and the younger brother of funeral director Josh Klotzbach.
Andy graduated from Phoenixville High School in 2007, then received an Associate's Degree in Applied Science, majoring in Funeral Service, in 2010 from Northampton Communtity College in Bethlehem, PA.
Andy completed his one year internship in his family's funeral homes following graduation, and earned his Funeral Director's License in 2011. He is a resident of Spring City, and is an active Firefighter with both the Phoenix Hose, Hook, and Ladder Co. No. 1 and the Kimberton Fire Company.
Joshua T. Klotzbach
Joshua T. Klotzbach is a second generation funeral director. His father, Kurt, who passed away in 2002, was the first generation director, and also former owner of the funeral homes.
After graduating from Phoenixville Area High School in 2001, Josh attended Villanova University, Montgomery County Community College, and graduated from Pittsburgh Institute of Mortuary Science in 2004.
During his free time, Josh loves spending time with his wife April and their daughters Brynn and Morgan. They enjoy riding ATV’s, cars, and having fun with family and friends. Josh is a huge Philadelphia sports fan, and still collects sports cards and memorabilia.
Josh is a member of the Relay For Life of Phoenixville Executive Committee, the Rotary Club of Phoenixville, the Phoenixville Regional Chamber of Commerce, the Phoenixville Area YMCA Advisory Committee, worked on the Phoenixville Fire Company Steering Committee, and has attended the Phoenixville Communities That Care Foundations of Fatherhood Workshop and the Phoenixville Community Health Foundation Leadership Academy.
Damian M. Petaccio (1976 - 2018)
Born in Norristown, PA, Damian M. Petaccio, a life long Royersford resident, was a graduate of Sacred Heart Grade School and St. Pius X High School in 1995. He received an Associate’s Degree in Applied Science, specializing in Funeral Service, from Northampton Community College, Bethlehem, PA. Damian had been employed at the funeral homes since December 1996.
Damian was an active member of Sacred Heart Church, in Royersford, where he was on the Church Fair Committee, was a past member of the Pastoral Council, and was the CYO soccer coach from 1997-2011.
Damian joined the Spring-Ford Rotary Club in 2003. He was the club's secretary at the time of his passing and was a past president of the club. He was a former board member of the Spring-Ford Chamber of Commerce and was also a member of the Spring-Ford Historical Society.