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Helen Elizabeth Klich 1930 - 2013
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September 07, 2013
An inspriring teacher. She told me to audition at the Globe because I was so shy and gave me many other opportunities. Forever grateful.
September 07, 2013
The most beautiful smile, the greatest sense of humor -- Helen was always a joy to be around. She will be greatly missed.
Glenn, Stacey, and Joshua Sasaki
September 05, 2013
Helen & I lived in the same house all our years at Ohio State. She and her then boyfriend, Manfred Klick, kept us laughing and later welcomed us to their home when any of us visited CA. They loved people! Marge DuVernay
September 01, 2013
I knew Helen for 20 years or so. I never saw her without that radiant smile on her face. She was an amazingly positive person. Helen, her friend Micky, Laura Preble (her daughter-in-law) and I went to Ireland together and let me tell you she was one travel loving woman! She is on her most adventuresome travel now and we will all miss her here. However, she will always be in our hearts! I miss you Helen!
August 31, 2013
Thanks, Kathy, for your memories. I remember those excursions to your home in Escondido, too, and playing with your brothers. Yep, my awesome wife, Laura is so gifted at knowing just the right thing to say, and found the perfect phrase to summarize Mom's perspective on life.
I hope you can join us for Mom's memorial next Saturday.
August 31, 2013
I worked with Helen for years at both high schools. She was a good colleague and greater friend. Prayers and thoughts to her family.
Janet Closson
August 29, 2013
Helen was one of the kindest, loving people in my life (and always one of the most fun people ever). I knew her from birth, since she and her husband were friends with my parents when I was born. I was the first baby in their circle of friends. Growing up, I remember the cherished Sunday excursions from Escondido to Del Mar to visit Helen and Klich (and in the 50's and 60's, that was quite a trip). Helen was a friend all through my life and since our politics were very similar, we used to have very spirited discussions on how to fix the world. I will miss her but I also really enjoyed the quotation and wish her the best on her next adventure. She was always upbeat and I know she'll make the most of it. Condolences to Chris and Karen.
Kathy Paulson (Kit)
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