Kenneth Olin Klingelhoefer

July 20, 1942July 5, 2018

Kenneth Klingelhoefer, 75, of Evansville, passed away Thursday, July 5, 2018 at the Terrace at Solarbron. He was born July 20, 1942 in Evansville to the late Chris and Ethel (Coffman) Klingelhoefer. He was a salesman for over 30 years with Yellow Pages, starting when it was Indiana Bell. Kenneth was exceptional in sales, capturing many President Clubs and awards. He never met a stranger and built rapport quickly. Kenneth was preceded in death by brother, John Klingelhoefer and sister, Louise Jandebur. He is survived by daughters, Carisa Messemann (Torsten) and Kristi Ballard, both of Evansville; son, Mark Klingelhoefer (Rochelle) of Indianapolis; grandchildren, Erica, Erich, Nick, Morgan, Hannah, Haley, Madison, Mark and Jace; great-grandchildren, Landen, Lyzza, Dylan, Lainey, Jane and Evelyn; sister, Doris Rohlfer of Evansville; brothers, Carl Klingelhoefer of Indianapolis and Paul Klingelhoefer of Evansville, and several nieces and nephews. The family would like to extend their gratitude to the loving and caring staff at Solarbron. A Memorial Service will be 3:00PM, Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at Alexander North Chapel, 4200 Stringtown Road. Friends may visit Tuesday from 11:00AM to service time. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Condolences may be made online at


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Gary Gibboney

July 21, 2018

Kenny was a legend at the Yellow Pages where I was fortunate to work with”Klink”. Always a smile and a friendly face, he was a favorite among us. My condolences to Mark and the rest of the family. We have lost a good man but he left us with many great memories.

Diana (Volkmann) Simpson

July 9, 2018

Dear Charisa, Kristi and Mark

I just wanted to send my condolences at the loss of your Father. It is always a hard time and know that you all are in my thoughts and prayers at this time and always.

Diana L. (Volkmann) Simpson

Duane and Mary Jane Marker

July 6, 2018

Mark, Kristi, Carisa and families: We extend our sincere sympathies with the passing of your dad and will continue having all of you in our daily thoughts and prayers. If we can be of any comfort, we are here for you. This is a good picture of Ken. We remember his deep voice and his friendly smile.