Celebrating the life of Kenneth A. Klenz
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Ken is lovingly survived by his wife, Grace; children, Dixie McLain of Freeport; Kenneth (Geneva) Klenz of Machesney Park, Judith (David) Frautschy of Rockton, Nancy (James) Rose of Maryville, Tenn., and Mark (Theresa) Klenz of Rock City; grandchildren; David (Bethany) McLain, Dawn Johnsey, Lisa (Josh) Krebs, Kristin (Mark) Wulfekuhle, Heather Klenz, Jason (Stacy) Klenz, Sarah (special friend, Dennis Dirksen) Meyers, Miranda (David) Schulenberg, Nicole (Mark) Sivertsen, Dallas (special friend, Amanda Cunningham) Shippy, Mitchell Frautschy, Katie (special friend, Jacob Rice) Frautschy, Jesse Rose, Kevin Klenz, Jennifer (Tyler) Vails, and Carl (Camryn) Klenz; 21 great-grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Marjorie (Wilbur) Klapp of Freeport, Betty Borgmann of Forreston, Velda (Donald) Baal of Pecatonica, Darlene (Irving) Greenfield of Ridott, Vern of Dixon, Allen of Freeport, Phyllis (Allan) Ackerman of Freeport, and Gerald of Wis.; and many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents; son-in-law, Walter McLain; brother-in-law, Ernest Borgmann and sisters-in-law, Patsy Klenz and Marlene Klenz.
Ken's family wishes to thank the staff of Stephenson Nursing Center for their care and support.
Service at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, January 17, 2013, in German Valley United Methodist Church, 7 Main St., German Valley, with visitation from 9:00 a.m. until service time; the Rev. David Decker will officiate. Burial in Christian Reformed Cemetery, German Valley.