OBITUARY

Keith A. Kletzka

October 9, 1956February 27, 2018

Keith A. Kletzka, age 61, of Milford, passed away February 27, 2018. Beloved husband of Catherine. Loving father of Tom and Sean (Pamela). Dear brother of Kim Kletzka. Memorial Visitation will be held Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 10:00am until the time of the Memorial Service at 12:00pm at the Highland Chapel of the Elton Black & Son Funeral Home, 3295 E. Highland Road, Highland. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hope Water International, www.hopewaterinternational.org. Share a memory at www.eltonblackandsonhighland.com

Services

  • Memorial Vistitation Saturday, March 3, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, March 3, 2018
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Keith A. Kletzka

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John Raithel

March 23, 2018

Keith, you will be missed. You and your parents along with Kim will always hold a special place in my life. I remember when Kimcraft bought the new Heidelberg like it was yesterday. Thank you for your support and friendship over the past 30 years and most recently your words of encouragement as I battle my health as well. I so looked forward to sharing my Mt Everest stories and photos with you this week after my turn but saddened to learn I’ll have to wait until we meet again in Heaven. God speed!

Karen Croly

March 4, 2018

So very sorry and saddened to hear this news. We are so sorry to have missed the memorial for Keith, we would have been there had we known. Keith was a good friend back in our high school years....loved his fast cars, doing donuts in the parking lot, and was a great dancer, as we went to my cousins wedding together and had a great time dancing. Wonder if that wild bore head is still in his office....he was proud of that ugly thing. Will miss you and R.I.P., my old friend. Karen (Slongo) Croly and John Croly.

Felician Sisters Publications

March 2, 2018

Our condolences go out to Keith's family for the loss of such a wonderful man. Keith went above and beyond with every print job we gave him. We worked with him for over a decade and he was always positive and went the extra mile for us time and time and time again without complaint. Truly, his gentle nature and easy going attitude were a rarity in today's world. His excellent customer service skills stemmed from him being such an all-around stand up guy. He will be truly missed.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Heaven is lucky to have him!

Felician Publications
Livonia, MI

Shirley and Rod Farmer

March 2, 2018

We will miss our nephew Keith. He so enjoyed life. Had such a love of the outdoors. So many fond memories we have thru the-years.
Our thoughts and prayers are with his sons Tom & Sean and also his older brother Kim and all family members.

Mr Green Lawncare

March 2, 2018

The sad news of Keith's death came to us Wednesday morning. All of us at Mr. Green Lawncare will truly miss Keith. We worked with him when his printing shop was down the street from us on Ronda Drive in Canton. Our professional relationship spans over a decade. We had so much respect for his knowledge of the industry and enjoyed working with Keith. He never had a mean word to say about anyone! Always happy and diligent and capable of whatever crazy ideas we threw his way. We wish the best to his family.
Sincerely,
Ruth and Pattie and entire staff of Mr. Green Lawncare Corporation.

Shelli Waroquier

March 2, 2018

I loved running with Keith. north county trail was so fun. I'm going to miss you my dear friend

Mary Anne Linsell

March 2, 2018

Dear Mrs. Kletzka and sons,
All of us at Tri-C Club Supply (Duffy's) extend our deepest sympathy in the passing of your husband and father. We are in shock learning of Keith's passing this morning. Keith visited our office this past Monday to schedule our catalog project. I was not at the office, but our staff said Keith was happy and looked good. We met Keith a decade ago when he bid on our company's catalog. We hired Keith that year even over a competitor who was our friend. That was the last time Keith bid a job, as we trusted Keith would do the job right and charge us fairly. Keith took all the worry and fuss out of the printing and mailing process for us.

We shared conversations on his marathon runs for the clean water projects and contributed to it each year to support our printer friend's great sacrifice. We are going to miss him just terribly. He jumped through all the hoops to service the customer, always with a smile and handshake .

God bless all of you on this journey and we know Keith is with our Lord and Savior enjoying eternity. Mary Anne and Duffy Linsell, Dearborn, MI

Debra Farmer/Towner

March 1, 2018

My cousin Keith and I always had a special connection. He was kind, supportive and always had a great sense of humor! I loved him very much and will miss him deeply. Debra Farmer/Towner

Joe Jordan

March 1, 2018

Sean our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. We are so sorry for your loss.

Shannon Moran

March 1, 2018

Kletzka family,
On behalf of Detroit Fire Department, Engine 32, we want to express our sincere condolences. Your family are in our thoughts and prayers Brother Sean you have the support and love from your extended family.
Engine 32