Dear Mrs. Kline, Mark and Kline Family - We are sorry for your loss. Please accecpt our sincere sympathy and condolences. May God keep you in His care.
Sincerely - Tom and Barbara Becker and Family
I would like to extend my deepest sympathy for your loss of Joe.He was a wonderful cousin that i always remembered.Since my sisters Helen & Joan have recently left us i know they will welcome Joe with open arms to join them with all the Kline family already there.
Jean Karbelk (kline) & family
Dear Vanetta and boys,
Saddened but rejoicing with you that Joe is now with God and your beloved Fr. Francis in His Kingdom. Will be coming to be with you on Monday for the Mass of Burial and will bring Cynthia Kupniewski with me. The often quiet but strong Joe and all of you will be remembered in weekend Masses.
To the Kline Family, our deepest sympathy and condolences on the loss of Mr. Kline. We are so grateful we were able to know him and have many happy memories of Christmases and other occasions we spent in his and Vanetta's company. You both were always so kind and thoughtful to our children and ourselves. I particularly remember one time, down the shore in Brigantine, when he shared a recording of Fr. Francis's phenomenal organ playing. We sat quietly and he explained the music to me. I have always remembered this time we spent listening to Josephs' music. He was so proud and I really enjoyed hearing it with him. He will be missed by all in our family and will be in our thoughts and prayers always. Love, Franny, Mary, Jessica and Dan Davis
Mrs. Kline, Ron, Mark and family:
My deepest condolences on your loss; please take solace and comfort that your two Joes are together again.
Mrs. K, Ron, Mark and family:
Deepest condolences on your loss. Console yourself with the thought that your two Joes are together again.
My fondest memory was at MLK's 1984 Drexel graduation on Janney Street (I was only midway through my 11 year college career). At that crux between student and manhood, I and Big Joe shared a few cocktails and were able to share the moment as men, St. Anne's and Nativity, Kensington and Richmond, Hawk and Falcon.
I enjoyed the moment together so well that I slept in my 1970 Red Chevy Bel Aire parked on the payment across the street.
- Tom Becker & Family (Denise, Tommy & Patrick)