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IJ Morris at Star of David Cemetery of the Palm Beaches 

9321 Memorial Park Road, West Palm Beach, FL

OBITUARY

David A. Kleiman

Born January 26, 1967

David A. Kleiman was born on January 26, 1967.

Services

  • Funeral Service Sunday, May 5, 2013

Memories

David A. Kleiman

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June 14, 2013

For those of you who were fortunate enough to know my son
David. PLEASE contact me by phone (561) 686-5355 or
e-mail me at lureg8@yahoo.com.
Thank you very very much.

Susan and Ed Bain

June 13, 2013

Dave was an exceptional person, an inspiration and a friend. He made a difference in the world.

When we first met Dave he gave us his business card that was filled with accreditations and said "there's more, only 16 of them would fit on the card!”

Dave's Dad, Louis Kleiman, my husband and I are sorry for your loss. Your son had international recognition and is known as one of the best computer forensic experts there is.

Dave, we will miss you. Rest in Peace. Susan and Ed Bain

May 24, 2013

We were so sorry to hear about David's untimely death and regret not knowing him better during his life. We have heard so many wonderful stories about him over the years and am proud that he was a part of our family.

Alan and Maxine Kleiman

Louis Kleiman

May 21, 2013

DAVID WAS MY SON. That SO MANY paid tribute to him I am
extremely proud. Yes, he was an EXCEPTIONAL PERSON.
I cannot thank each and every one enough, who has paid tribute to him. Yes,

I too love and miss him VERY VERY MUCH.

Debbie Karp

May 5, 2013

David was a remarkable human being. A good friend, a good soul, and a hero in the truest sense. I miss him more than words can say. Always will.

Craig Ball

May 5, 2013

I will miss Dave very much. He was such a warm, kind and generous soul. Despite his wealth of knowledge and deep experience, he never lost the boyish awe and wonder derived from investigation and discovery. He reveled in useful knowledge and enthusiastically shared it with his colleagues and competitors. Fate wasn't kind to Dave; but despite more adversity than anyone should bear, Dave exemplified stoicism and courage. He inspired us, and left the world a better place than he found it. Roll on in peace, King Dave.

Kaleb Jones

May 5, 2013

I know no other man whose as worthy of my respect as Dave Kleiman, He's taught me so much and I looked up to him as far and high as I could. From his computer skills to his military experience and life in general His knowledge was and still is impeccable to me. It is because of him that I continue to pursue what I've always wanted to do as a child. Dave reinforced me, made me stronger as a kid and as a man now. Currently I am a college student seeking to enlist into the United States Army as a Field Medic (Combat Medic) then progress towards becoming a part of The United States Army Rangers or even possibly a member of the Special Forces. Dave has been a part of my life since I was 6 years old and I'm 18 now. Words cannot describe how much I love and appreciate him, and I wish I'd gotten to see him one last time. So I bid farewell to you as you've touched my life so much. I spoke so highly of you whenever a conversation arisen with you. I promise to settle for nothing less of success and always give my best efforts to any and everything Dave. I shall rise against all odds.
P.S. You're forever living among-st mine and my mother's heart, mind, soul and body. My Hero, My Friend, My Idol. I still listen to one of your favorite DJ songs "Move any mountain" (the essential hard mix).
Forever loved,
-Kaleb Jones

Eric Robi

May 3, 2013

My colleagues and I called him King Dave, because he was able to rise to the top of his field due to sheer will. He was alway a selfless resource for anyone that needed help. My friend and colleague is going to be missed. My deepest condolences to his family.

Michael Kusens

May 1, 2013

I had worked with Dave on several projects over the years. He possessed an enormous amount of knowledge and was always willing to share that knowledge with others. I hope he rests in peace.

Jerry Hatchett

May 1, 2013

Dave was one of the most selfless people I've ever met. He always had time to brainstorm a problem with you, to share his world-class knowledge and experience with you. He was truly a giving soul. I'm heartbroken to have lost such a great colleague and friend.