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Judith Klein

Judith K Klein (McCann)

Friday, January 29th, 1943 - Sunday, April 5th, 2020
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Judith Katherine Klein (nee McCann) 77, of East Rutherford since 1965, passed away on April 5, 2020. While her children were in school, she worked at Carvel in East Rutherford. Once she retired, Judith became active with the East Rutherford Neighborhood Watch, and most recently, a member of the East Rutherford Seniors. She enjoyed a good glass of wine, cooking, the beach, the New York Yankees, and most importantly, time with family and friends. Beloved wife of the late Fred Thomas Klein. Loving mother of Judith Klein, Karen Klein-Robotti, Fred R. Klein and wife Kristi, Deborah Khoury and husband Charles. Cherished grandmother of Chelsea and husband EJ, Rachael and Danny, Patrick and Rebecca, Alexandra, Brian and wife Sydney, Colin, and great grandmother of Aiden. Dear daughter of the late Lucille (nee Moranski) McCann and Bernard McCann. Dear sister of Lucille Massaro, Dennis McCann, and the late Bernard McCann, Lawrence McCann, and Richard McCann. Dear sister-in-law to Mary McCann and Victoria McCann. Beloved aunt of Donna, Joanne, Lawrence, Kevin, Chris Ann, Denise and Michael. Dear friend of Ruth Bunge and Doris Nemec. Cremation was private. Any donations in her name can be directed to St. Jude Children’s Hospital. Arrangements Kimak Funeral Home, Carlstadt.
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Posted at 03:54pm
Mom, there are no words to express how much I miss you. They say that time heals a broken heart, but right now I’m not so sure this is true. I will miss your love, laughter, kind heart, and gentle nature. I will miss the springtime with you... digging in the dirt and planting flowers. But most of all, I will miss you... my mother and best friend. May God give you peace and may the angels surround you always. I am now blessed to have you as my guardian angel. Love you forever, Judy

Kimberly Solimine

Posted at 07:30am
Mrs. K, you are my best friends mom who I've known for over 50 years. But you were always more then that, you were family. When I was pregnant with Craig, you were a big part of his shower and his future. Many times you'd care for your 1 cushion baby and have to deal with Harley's attitude about baby's. Craig always felt special, you were his extra grandmother. Craig, John and I all had many enjoyable meals and holidays with you and the family. We all had a wonderful week at the shore house the one summer. Your grandchildren and Craig grew up thinking they are cousins because of the closeness. This was an awful tragedy losing you to such an unexpected illness. Judy and I will go through this together as I also just lost my mom. Family is always there for each other during the good times and sad times. Peace be with you we will miss you always!

Janice Ann Gurzo

Posted at 06:03pm
My sincere sympathy to Judith's family. She was such a lovely person who I was very happy to know. Rest in Peace in Heaven.

Kristi Klein

Posted at 10:31am
My husband’s mother. That’s who people were asking about when you were hospitalized, before you left us. My husband’s mother. For over 30 years you have played a role in every major event in my life. You have helped me through so many things with your kind words and unwavering support. Our Wednesday morning conversations over tea (that sometimes spilled over into lunch!) are what I will miss most. You were the most amazing grandmother to our daughters. I see you in their kindness, their smiles, their laughter. And their ability to bake, they certainly don’t get that from me! You were such a wonderful friend. Thank you for always seeing and treating me as your own daughter. There is a hole in my heart that can’t be filled. You were never just my husband’s mother, you were also mine. I love you always, miss you more!

Deb Khoury

Posted at 09:00am
Mom, there aren't enough words, or space to write them to tell the world how wonderful you were. My heart is broken, but I know what you are saying - "come on, feet on the floor, God has given you another day". You would not want us to live our lives in sorrow because, despite all that you'd been through, you never lived your life that way. Chelsea, you are right. She never knew a stranger. Many times our quick shopping trips would be all day events because she started conversations with everyone she would meet. Many store employees knew her whole life story, as she was never afraid to say or share anything. :) She loved her family and friends with all of her heart and soul. I want to share an Easter memory. Mom loved Easter, all holidays actually. All days where we could all be together. And all days where she could cook her brains out and enjoy a dinner with that good glass of wine.

My Easter memory comes from my childhood. It's a simple memory. My mother (and I'm sure my father had a hand in this one too) decided that chocolate Easter bunnies were getting boring. So one year she bought a different animal. I think she started with a squirrel. I remember chocolate alligators, elephants, dogs...yeah this went on until we were grown. Every Easter we did not know what "the Easter thing" would be. She hid it until Easter morning and put it in the family basket on the table in our dining room. We would start every Easter morning laughing at "what Mom found this year". When I had children, I started the same tradition with my boys. It was a challenge to find something new every year, but worth it when my boys would be so excited to see "the Easter thing" in their basket. In that small moment I see how much my mother loved to help everyone, to make their day special, to know they were loved. No one's moment was too big or too small, she was there. Well Mom, you will always be loved by ALL of the lives that you have touched. May you now be at peace with God and with those you loved. I know you are watching over us always. I'll miss you more than words can say. Love you forever.

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