Neil Levy
1953 - 2020
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September 13, 1953 August 1, 2020
Neil Levy, passionate community advocate and local business leader, passed away on August 1st after a battle with kidney cancer. He lived a phenomenal life which reflected his most cherished principles: family, friendship, and service to others.
Neil was the owner of the Swiss Chalet and the Peppertree, chairman of the Woodland Park Chamber of Commerce, Mayor of Woodland Park, and the WP High School Baseball coach.
Neil is survived by his wife, Paula, his three sons, Max, Sam and Lou; and his two sisters Debra, and Karen (Tommy).
Neil's memorial service was live streamed and he was interred at Woodland Park Cemetery.
Neil will be greatly missed by all who had the honor to know him.
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Published in The Gazette from Aug. 6 to Aug. 12, 2020.
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August 17, 2020
I wanted to reach out and express my deepest condolences to the family. Neil was certainly a caring, giving and loving man. His commitment to our kids was endless. Neil coached my son, Dylan, on the DirtDawg team. I remember playing a tournament in Woodland and Neil opened up the Swiss Chalet and fed us all. Know that I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Neil! My deepest sympathies, Patti and Dylan Hickox
Patti Hickox
August 12, 2020
I’m So Sorry for your loss. Having been a very shy, I didn’t know Neil personally, but I remember him from Del Norte High School. He was one of those kids everyone knew. Very likable. My memory of him is ... surrounded by friends, laughing and happy.
Dolores Lovato Moffett,
Class of ‘71

Dolores Lovato Moffett
August 11, 2020
We are so sad to hear about Neil! We thoroughly enjoyed both of his restaurants & spent many a celebration in both. He was always so gracious & welcoming. He always called his customers by name.
He will be greatly missed. Love & prayers to his family.
Terri & Dan Mullin
August 9, 2020
I met Neal when he worked for Rick . He was one most wonderful friend to have. He is missed.

Laura, Heather and Ryan Emery
Laura Emery
August 6, 2020
I am so very sorry for your loss!! The first time I met Neil I found myself laughing because Neil could always make me laugh about something. My first encounter with Neil was a Christmas Party I was scheduling for our office at the Peppertree. Neil could not do enough to make sure our experience there was all we hoped it to be...and it was!!! I will truly miss his smiling face...which he always had when he came into the office. No matter what he was going thru he was positive and always had a smile. I have to admit that I will also miss that wonderful crème of mushroom soup I had at the Swiss yet another Christmas party!!! Neil will truly be missed...just for being Neil!!!
Suze Thompson
Suze Thompson
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