Gary Maucher

  • Died: March 31, 2022
  • Location: Yardley, Pennsylvania

Swartz-Givnish Funeral Home, Inc.

323 East Washington Avenue
Newtown, PA 18940

Tel. (215) 968-3891

Tribute & Message From The Family

Gary Maucher, 66, of Yardley, PA, died on March 31, 2022 at his home. Born in Bristol, PA, Gary was a life long area resident.
Gary was a self-taught upholsterer. He started working for his uncle Don (Don's Upholstery) in Bristol doing upholstery to pay for his Go Cart racing out of high school. Gary started his own shop in Penndel in 1977and moved to Newtown in 1980. During that time he established a reputation as an craftsman and artist of interior upholstery winning may awards in exotic and antique cars interiors. The growth of his business required him to move to Ivyland and a larger work space. Gary was an avid motorcycle enthusiast, collector and racer for the AHRMA and AMA. In 2008, he won the best in show for his 1957 Norton Manx Preservation unrestored and he was rated at #1 in Pre-War and in Class C Handshift in 2010 and 2012. Gary retired from racing in 2013. His upholstery work has won numerous First Places for interiors at Concourse D'Elegance car shows at Pebble Beach, Amelia Island and Meadow Brook. Gary's love for motorcycles never stopped when he helped found the Neshaminy Valley Chapter of the AMCA. He was President form 1996 -1998 and he continued as a Board member until 2022.
Gary is the son of the late Walter and he is survived by his mother Gloria Decker. He is the husband of Elizabeth Immel Maucher, and brother of the late Glen Maucher, Cheri Maucher and Denise Harris. He is also survived by 2 step sons, Jeremy and Jacob Immel and numerous nieces and nephews. Gary will be remembered by his many friends and clients for his artistry and his attention to the details.
Relatives, friends and members of the Motorcycle community are invited to Gary's Life Celebration on Friday, April 8, 2022 at the Swartz Givnish Funeral Home, 323 Washington Ave, Newtown, PA from 9:00 to 12 Noon. No formal service is scheduled. Memorial contributions in Gary's name may be made to A Love For Life, 117 N. Lincoln Ave, Newtown, PA 18940 or, a pancreatic cancer non profit organization partnering with Abramson Cancer Center at The University of Pennsylvania.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I was just made aware of Gary`s passing in the last few days.
Gary was a consummate professional in everything he did, especially in his assembly and prep of his racing Indian. His racing ability was only seconded to his upholstery skills which were legendary.
Thank you for the fun times we had at the track and God Speed my friend.
My prayers to his family and friends. Art Delor

Posted by Arthur Delor - Boca Raton, FL - Friend   July 12, 2022

Gary was a one of a kind spirit, enthusiast and craftsman. We were fortunate to know him professionally for many years and grieve with his family and friends. RIP. Wil and Sandy de Groot

Posted by wil de Groot - frenchtown, NJ - Coworker   April 12, 2022

Rest In Peace Brother I know you will be looking Down on everyone now Thank You For being my friend your time here was to short you knew how to touch a person's heart been along time since I tasted my own tears .. that is what happens when you know they touched your Heart RIDE FOREVER

Posted by Guy Fesko - IvyLand, PA - Friend   April 07, 2022

Gary gave of himself to others. I was fortunate to have received his gifts of time and energy. I am forever indebted.

Thank you, my friend.

Posted by Andy Anderson - Yardley, PA - Friend   April 06, 2022

My deepest condolences. While I had only talked to Gary a handful of times, he still left a lasting impression. He was always willing to help or offer advice. A truly great guy who we will all miss deeply. We will keep his family in our prayers.

Posted by Victor Fiori II - Yardley, PA - Neighbor   April 05, 2022

If it wasn't for Gary i wouldn't have met and made so many friends in the Neshaminy Valley Chapter of the Antique Motorcycle Club. Saturday's at his Shop working on bikes and listening to Rockabilly music always put a smile on my face. He was a true Craftsman. I'm very proud to call him my friend and will always miss him. Thanks for everything and always being there.

Posted by thomas cullen - Levittown, PA - Friend   April 05, 2022

Gary was first and foremost a Gentleman and True Craftsman of the highest level! He could do almost anything and if he couldn't he researched the subject and taught himself how to do whatever was needed. Cars and motorcycles were his passion with no explanation necessary to anyone who knew him. I'm proud to have been a friend, knowing Gary since he had his little shop behind MK Foreign Car Service in Penndel. Goodspeed, rest in peace, you are missed. Your Friend, Carl Fronk

Posted by Carl Fronk - Langhorne, PA - Friend   April 05, 2022

We are so very sorry for your loss. Prayers, love, and hugs to you and the family

Posted by Doug and Carleen Sigsbee - Corona, CA - Friend   April 04, 2022

Liz: All of us at Marchmaster are sorry to hear about Gary. We are thinking of you.
Mark, Jessica and all us

Posted by Mark Elrod - Dahlonega, GA - Friend   April 04, 2022

Gary I will always have you in my prayers and will miss you dearly love you Jeff

Posted by Jeffrey Davis - BRISTOL, PA - Family Friend   April 04, 2022

Gary was the best friend I was very fortunate to have known. He was very generous and unselfish, providing shop space for club meetings and restoration work on friends antique motorcycles. Because of Gary, I was exposed to a high level of perfection in exotic cars and motorcycles. Many of his clients are very wealthy, but he treated all his friends equally. No body with an interest in antique vehicles was beneath him.HE was a true gentleman God speed. with love Michael Raymond,friend

Posted by michael raymond - edwaterpark nj, NJ - Friend   April 04, 2022

We are so very very sorry to hear of Gary's passing. It is indeed extremely sad news.

Posted by David and Cheryl Steigerwalt - Lehighton, PA - Friend   April 03, 2022


One of the best people Mike and I ever met. Our lives are forever changed since he came into our lives. We will miss him.

Posted by Linda and Mike Raymond - Edgewater Park, NJ - Friend   April 03, 2022

Rest easy Gary,
It was a honor to know you ,and my stuff you worked on will live on in my possession for a Long time.

Posted by Bernie Bernstein - Bensalem, PA - Friend   April 03, 2022

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