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William C. Klee Obituary
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August 18, 2018

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November 27, 2017
It's 3 weeks today and I'm still in complete denial and shock. With your traveling for work it wasn't strange to not see each other for months.
But now...
I'll forever miss your calls telling me to come get chili or chicken soup. And our happy hour conversations. The just you and me time, when you could be real. The flea market trips where you somehow found the most wonderful things. Though I'd learned pretty much everything from you. You had too much to still teach me. I'm lost already.
I'll forever be your monkey.

Until then, pops.
WSK
November 12, 2017
Please accept our deepest sympathies. Bill taught us both a great deal about boating. He always had a kind word and a smile for us and our dog, Buddy. We will miss him every time we are on the river. He was a kind and very wise man.
November 9, 2017
BILL WAS THE OLDER BROTHER OF MY FRIEND JIMMY KLEE WENT TO THE ARMY DURING VIETNAM WAR RECIEVED BRONZE STAR FOR BRAVERY WHEN HE CAME HOME IS WHEN I REALLY GOT TO KNOW HIM,MR AN MRS KLEE HIS PARENTS WERE THE NICEST PEOPLE BILLS JOB WAS TO KEEP ME AN JIM OUT OF TROUBLE.WE HAD SO MANY GOOD TIMES HE WAS KIND OF PERSON THAT ALWAYS LENT A HAND LOVE DIY PROJECTS LOVED HIS FAMILY CARS AN BOATS HE HELPED ME MORE TIMES THAN I CAN COUNT ALWAYS MADE TIME FOR PEOPLE MY HEART IS HEAVY WITH THIS LOSS HE WAS MORE LIKE A BROTHER THAN A FRIEND I WILL NEVER FORGET HIM FRANK KILLIAN
November 9, 2017
I met Bill while working for AREVA. Bill always had sage advice and a humorous story to tell. Always ready and willing to help anyone that needed assistance, I just spoke with him a few weeks ago and he was still upbeat about working and meeting up sometime. I'll always remember him and what a straight up man that he was. God bless you and your family.