Matthew C. Duffy

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September 21, 1967 ~ February 8, 2023

Matthew C. Duffy of Oakland, NJ, formerly Palisades Park was called to Heaven on February 8, 2023.

He was an avid fisherman, who’s best days were spent at the beach house with his children, family and close friends. He was a great friend who always had a joke to tell and a caring spirit where he would give you the shirt off his back.

But, his love for his children was immeasurable as they were his greatest joy in life.

Matthew was preceded in death by his mother Ann Duffy (nee DiMatteo). He is survived by his children Emma and Aidan Duffy, their mother and former spouse Stacy Duffy, his father Frank Duffy, and brother Todd Duffy.

The family will receive their friends on Friday, February 17th from 4-8PM at the Frank A. Patti and Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home 327 Main Street “opposite the Fort Lee Library”.


Memorial Visitation: February 17, 2023 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Frank A. Patti & Kenneth Mikatarian Funeral Home
327 Main Street
Fort Lee, NJ 07024

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  1. Matthew, So many good times ..remembering all the fun we had in the Pocono's with you and the family…
    Jersey Shore memories…one time you had us all laughing so much our cheeks hurt.
    All the laughs we had when you found me my condo in Hackensack 🙂
    There was never a family function you were at that you did not make us laugh! You will be missed.
    Rest In Peace Cousin, you were loved by many.
    Chrisanne and Sean

  2. I can’t quite believe this is real that you are gone. You are in my earliest memories and they were good ones. When we were kids we called you Matthew Le Pew. I think I called you that last time we talked. We all had a good childhood together. Thank you for being in my wedding and for being a part of my life.

    I wish we had more time for you to get well and make more memories, and to hear you laugh and to make us laugh. You will be loved and missed every day. Emma and Aiden, I’m so sorry about your dad. This must be very hard. Much Love to you

  3. Can’t believe you won’t come to the door dear nephew and Sind sweet Rosie oh Grady and always make me smile and laugh love you since the day you was born and will miss you forever. Love aunt Ro

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