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Kimberly A. (Geroge) KleinSeptember 2, 1956 ~ April 14, 2017 (age 60)
Kimberly A. Klein, age 60, of Fort Wayne, passed away on Friday, April 14th, 2017 at her residence. Kim was born on September 2nd, 1956 in North Java, New York to Roy and Teresa (Gebel) George. She was a beloved spouse, mother, grandmother, daughter, friend and confidante.
She graduated from Attica High School in Attica, New York. Kim worked as the floor manager for Consigned Designs in Fort Wayne and spent her weekends searching Northern Indiana for antiques and objects to delight her customers.
She was a devoted member of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church. Kim was also an active contributor to the Parkview Traumatic Brain Injury Support Group and volunteered with Turnstone Flyers Sled Hockey Team. She enjoyed gardening, cooking, and hosting for family and friends. She was a sharp euchre player and loved dinner at Paula’s. Her grandchildren called her weekly for readings of Curious George.
Spouse, Andy Klein of Fort Wayne.
Mother, Teresa George of North Java, New York.
Son, Justin George of North Java, New York.
Son, Zach and Courtney Klein of San Francisco, California.
Son, Noel Klein of Fort Wayne.
Daughter, Taylor and Corey Straub of Fort Wayne.
Grandchildren, Nell and Lew Klein of San Francisco, California.
Brother, Steve and Marie George of North Java, New York.
Sister, Nancy and Jack Allen of Williamsville, New York.
Brother, Tim and Mary George of Massey, Maryland.
Brother, Trace and Tammy George of North Java, New York.
Brother, Joe George, Usa River, Tanzania.
She was preceded in death by her father.
In lieu of flowers the family hopes for support of Parkview Brain Injury Support Group, 2200 Randalia Drive, Fort Wayne, IN 46805.
Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 11:30am at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, 10700 Aboite Center Road, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46804 with calling two hours prior from 9:30am-11:30am.
Officiating the services will be Father Dave Voors and Deacon Jim Kitchen.