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August 18, 2018

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May 8, 2018
I just now learned of Dr. Klein's passing. He was one of my most memorable teachers, thoughtful,, and patient to a fault. He is missed.
November 18, 2017
We want to send our thoughts and sympathies to Connie and the Klein Family. I have many fond memories of Bob who was my mentor and colleague during my training under him and my work with him. He was a kind, charitable and gentle role model whose humility and levity colored his teaching. Best Wishes Joe & Aileen Messina
November 15, 2017
My condolences to Bob's family.
Bob was always generous, insightful and kind, and was very supportive of my work in communication and mindfulness during my early years on the faculty at URMC. He will be missed.
Ronald Epstein MD
November 10, 2017
Steve and I fondly remember the friendship Bob and Connie shared with our parents, Kay and Bill Greene. Bob and Bill were colleagues in the Medicine/Psychiatry Liaison Group. Bob would say Bill was his mentor and Bill would say the same about Bob. In dad's later years when he lived with Alzheimer's at the Episcopal Church Home, Bob would visit weekly - arriving with Mozart or Bach to play on the little cassette player and a muffin to share. It was the ultimate gift of friendship. Dad didn't have much to "give back" at that point. We both think Bob is a saint, pure and simple.
You will hold him in the guardianship of memory.
Peacefully,
Hilary Greene (and Steve Greene)
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