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Howard Klein

Howard "Chuck" Robert Klein

July 16, 1921 - March 22, 2021
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    Thursday, March 25th, 2021 | 10:30am
    When
    Thursday, March 25th, 2021 10:30am
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Donations are being accepted for:
The Park School

2425 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208

Obituary

On March 22, 2021 Howard “Chuck” Klein at the age of 99. Loving father of Darlene (Jerry) Gordon and Stanley (Paulette) Klein; devoted Pop Pop of Dr. Annie Gordon (Dr. Stephen Cohen), Jamie (Daniel) Altchek and Jacob Klein (Paige Putney); and great-grandchildren Ethan and Alexa Cohen and Jordan and Dylan Altchek.

He was predeceased by the love of his life, Marian (Helzner) Klein; his parents Nettie and Jacob Klein; and siblings Shirley Berger, Gertrude Caplan, Flora Keyes and Adele Kallins. He was also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and friends.

Chuck was a tremendous athlete his entire life, drafted by professional baseball as a teen, hitting winners down the alley on the tennis court into his late 80’s, and smacking wiffle ball line drives with his great-grandkids in his 90’s. He cut the rug to his favorite big band songs. He treasured his days at Camp Cody where he developed life-long friendships.  His grandkids and then great-grandkids were always excited to see him, and he loved the smiles he got from sneaking them pieces of candy, pulling silver dollars from their ears, drawing them beautiful pictures, and just being with them. His family was everything to him.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to The Park School, 2425 Old Court Road, Baltimore, MD 21208.
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MICHAEL SHAIVITZ

Posted at 01:15pm
sorry to hear about Chuck I knew him since I was 3 at CODY. had great times, and continued in the furniture business
GS

Gary Seidman

Posted at 11:46pm
Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette, and family,
I was so sorry to hear the loss of your beloved father, father-in-law, grandfather, and great grandfather, Howard. He was such a warm and friendly person to me. He always greeted me with open arms. In 1985 when Shelley and I bought at our townhouse, my late grandfather Ben Caplan told me that we needed to buy our bedroom furniture from Chuck , Marian and Stanley. Chuck was a wonderful person to deal with. I send my condolences to the whole family.
PK

Perry Klein

Posted at 10:50am
Darlene, Jerry and family,
While the parties Chuck and Marion hosted were fabulous, our more recent memories of Chuck are the ones that stand out. What we remember most is how he always had a big smile and a warm hug for us on surprise encounters out in the community...at Stone Mill or Poulet. He and Perry seemed to share a special bond. It was amazing to us how independent he was well into his nineties. He was clearly a favorite everywhere he went and will be missed by anyone his life touched. What an example of a life well-lived. Our thoughts are with you now in your time of loss.
Perry Klein and Cynthia Vaeth
LS

Lisa and Jerry Sopher

Posted at 08:38pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry and Family,
So sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. May your loving memories sustain you now and always.
Dear Darlene and Jerry,
We are so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. May his memory be a blessing... now and forever.


RG

Roz Grimes

Posted at 08:24pm
Dar,Jerry,and family,
I’m so sorry to hear about “Fella”. I will always remember him coming in Eddies to shop and coming back to the Deli to see us girls.He was always bringing us stuff rather it be Flyers shirts or Shirts from Florida. He always held a special place in my heart. As the Gordon Family still does today. My thoughts and prayers are with you always. ((HUGS!))
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Nancy Tankelson

Posted at 01:40pm
Dear Darlene, Stanley and family,
I just learned of Chuck's death and was so saddened. The last time I saw him was at the doctor's office with Darlene. It was so wonderful to see him then. He was upbeat and shared some good stories. I know he will be missed. Irv and my thoughts are with you.
LS

Larry and Ina Spector

Posted at 11:46am
Darlene, Jerry and family. Ina and I are thinking of you at this very sad time.
LS

Leslie Shear

Posted at 11:40am
Dar, Jer and family.
We always knew Chuck was special but after watching the beautiful tribute to him just now, we feel like we better understand how special he was. You are blessed to have had him in your life for so many years and you blessed him with your love and devotion all those years. His grandchildren and great- grandchildren have wonderful role models to learn from. We are sure you will cherish the memories.
With love,
Leslie and Eddie
VK

Vivian Kasoff

Posted at 10:58am
Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette and Family,
I first met Chuck at Camp Cody when I was five years old. Chuck was a terrific basketball and baseball player plus tennis. I got to play with him when I was sixteen years old. What a great experience. Chuck first saw Marián eating at Nates and Leon’s Restaurant. He said, “I am going to marry that girl “ and he did. On his 90th birthday, I sent a jar of Smuckers jelly with Chuck’s picture to the Today Show. They told me to come back in 10 years when he is 100 years old. Our families went to each other’s simchas. I never saw him get mad. He was an icon. My brother and I stayed friends with Chuck until the end. 99 2/3years old. I will miss him. Sending my deepest condolences to the entire family.
Herbert Kasoff
ML

Michael Levine

Posted at 10:50am
Dear Darlene, Stanley & Jerry,

I am so sorry for your loss. Living across the street from your family for many years, I have many fond memories of your dad. He always loved to talk sports and was such a wonderful person. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
BS

Bob Slossberg

Posted at 10:31am
Dear Darlene, Stanley, and families:
Uncle Chuck was always special. Chuck and Marian were always there for anyone who needed a helping hand. When I was a child, I would tag along to his Sunday morning softball games. He gave my first baseball glove. We spent many nights at Memorial Stadium watching the the O's. His 99 years were a life well live. Rest in peace Uncle.
HK

Heather Kunk

Posted at 09:47am
Dear Klein family, we are saddened to hear of your loss. Cousin Chuck was a dear, dear man. He was always so kind, charming and generous. I admire how active he stayed even in his later years. I’ll always remember his and Marian’s parties fondly. They were a very glamorous couple, but not flashy. Just classic. This truly marks the end of an era. I will forever cherish my childhood memories with all of you. Love, Cousins Heather, Paul, Dylan, Zoe and Asher (grand/great grand children of Mel/Carolyn Schwartz/Anne-Marie Cumming)
AR

Alan Rosenberg

Posted at 09:08am
Dear Stanley, Paulette, Darlene, Jerry, and families,
So sorry to hear about Howard “Chuck”’s passing
I have so many memories of Saturday night deli dinners with the entire Klein clan. It was always an open house with Marian holding court and welcoming one and all. Uncle Sidney was definitely one of my favorites. I have to also mention that even though I had moved south to Charlotte,Howard Chuck called in furniture favors for us. He told them that I was family, and we still have the beautiful dining room table and sofas we got with the “family discount “. He had a wonderful life, and he was truly a “good soul”
KD

Ken Demski

Posted at 09:06am
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette and extended cousins,
My mom and I were saddened to read of Uncle Chuck's passing. Last week I was reminding mom that his 100th birthday is this summer. I remember childhood visits to Garrison Farms Rd., Deerfield Rd. and Baurenwood Ave. for family gatherings with a fondness for your dad's silver dollar magic tricks! I wandered from a downtown field trip to visit him at Pollack-Blum in grade school and his furniture store in Owings Mills when I was in college. Great memories. I kept photos from Flora that I wish to share here- Howard together with all his sisters and their husbands at the marriage to your beautiful mother, on the glider at my grandparents' with baby Darlene, and a wallet snapshot. Please accept our prayers and condolences and may you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Much love,
Kenny Demski
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Karen Colvin

Posted at 07:56am
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Stanley and family,
It wasn't that long ago when I saw Chuck shopping at the Giant and out with his Darlene and Jerry every Friday night at Joey Chiu's. He was the epitome of a true gentleman. From my early childhood at the Summit to selling John and I our furniture to being my Dad's friend, he was fun, kind and ageless. He's with his beloved Marianne. May your beautiful memories sustain you during this difficult time.
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Cindi Brown Horwitz

Posted at 03:24am
Dear Stan, Dar, Jerry and Family,
So sad to read of the passing of your dear Dad. Still handsome as ever! He was so kind and sweet to me when I knew him years ago. Over the years, I ran into him occasionally and he was so sweet, and shared such nice memories with me and beamed when he talked about all of you. He was a class act! One of a kind! May his memory be a blessing. Love to All!
Cindi Brown Horwitz
PB

Pam & Robby Bloom

Posted at 10:31pm
Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette and family,
We are so saddened to hear about Uncle Chuck. He was a wonderful and loving part of our family dating back to my dad’s days at Camp Cody. What a blessing to have had him in all of our lives for almost 100 years. We know what kind of family man he was and he touched us all. He will be dearly missed.
AH

Ann & Ron Holstein

Posted at 09:40pm
Dear Stan, Darlene and family,
Ann and I are so sorry to hear about Chucks passing, 99 years great memories that will live with us forever. I thoughts and prayers are with you.
HS

Harriet Silver

Posted at 08:56pm
Dear Dar and Jer and your whole family,
Chuck, as we knew him, was such a special person. And you were all special to him.
We were always greeted with a big smile and a friendly hug. He was one of the nicest guys we have ever met.
We know he will surely be missed. May his love and warmth be with you always, and all the beautiful memories ease the pain.
Love,
Harriet and Mark
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Lori Isaac

Posted at 08:38pm
Dear Gordon/Cohen/Altchek Families,

Please accept my most heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Poppop Chuck. I know how much he meant to you, and I know what it’s like to lose a special grandparent; not everyone has that good fortune. May your wonderful memories of him sustain you during this difficult time.

Love,
Lori Isaac
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Wendy Isaac

Posted at 08:35pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Annie, Jamie and Family,

We send our deepest sympathies to you on the loss of your beloved father and grandfather, Chuck. He and your mother/grandmother were wonderful parents and grandparents and you were devoted and loving children and grandchildren to them - something to be admired. Thinking of you during this difficult time.

Love,
Wendy and Barry Isaac
BK

Barbara and Marc Klein

Posted at 07:46pm
Dear Darlene and Jerry, Stan and Paulette,
We are so sorry for your loss. Growing up, Marc knew Chuck from Camp Cody, and I knew Chuck and Marian through my parents. Fast forward a few years, and we all knew each other as married couples. We carpooled to Park School with Darlene, and we were neighbors with Paulette, Stan and Jake on Chellis CT. The years have passed but the good memories are still here.
HL

Helene & Gary Lenet

Posted at 07:42pm
Fella was everyone’s favorite we love ❤️ you all
JD

Janice and Jeffrey Dansicker

Posted at 07:14pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry and family,
We are so deeply sorry to see this sad news. We always enjoyed seeing you all on Friday nights, and your Dad was such an amazing man. We enjoyed talking to him- it was part of our Friday night tradition !!! Sending you all our heartfelt love and our deepest sympathy at this most difficult time.
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Marty Levin

Posted at 07:12pm
“Howard, Chuck, Robert”....... I whatever his name, Chuck was a very special man and many of his old and new friends will miss him very much.

Rest In Peace, Chuck, you are a legend. Marty Levin
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Sandy Cohen Hackerman

Posted at 07:00pm
Darlene Jerry and Family
I am so very sorry for your loss. He was such a fine gentleman. Actually I thought about him last week and was wondering how he was doing. You are so lucky to have home as long as you did. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time❤️
KF

Kevin Fruman

Posted at 06:45pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Annie and Jamie:

So sorry to hear of your Dad and Grandfathers passing. I will always remember how devoted you were to him. I have vivid memories of always seeing Chuck with you guys wherever you may have been. May his memory always be for a blessing and may he Rest In Peace.

Condolences-

Tracee, Kevin, Jake, and Leo Fruman
BL

Barbara Lichtenberg

Posted at 06:14pm
There are numerous adjectives to describe everyones friend, Chuck. He was loving, always greeting everyone with
his welcoming smile, agreeable, and sincerely caring to his family and friends. Before Chuck’s retirement, he would constantly treat his co-workers as equals. Darlene, Stanley, your spouses, children and grandchildren....you are so fortunate to have had Dad in your lives for almost 100 years. Keep those joyful and memorable times deep in your hearts forever.
JB

Joyce Bondroff

Posted at 05:21pm
Dearest Darlene, Jerry, Stanley (Stick), Paulette and family, I’m so sorry to hear about your beloved Dad, Chuck. I didn’t really know him , but my brother, Barry always shared such endearing, sweet , fun stories about him. I know how much he was loved and how much he loved all of you. Sending you my deepest condolences with lots of love and hugs. ❌⭕️❌⭕️❌⭕️❤️❤️❤️
J

Jeanne Berger

Posted at 04:58pm
To the Klein family
So very sorry to hear about Chuck's passing. One of the sweetest and kindest gentleman I have ever known. May his memory be a blessing to you all.
CC

Carol and Saul Cohen

Posted at 03:58pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry and family- We are so sorry to hear of Chuck’s passing. Both him and Marion were amazing people. They were extremely generous with their heart. Everyone that knew them loved them. At my father’s shiva in Florida they acted like everyone there was family to them. So loving. They will be missed but will remain in so many people’s hearts, especially their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
FM

Franny Molotch Miles

Posted at 03:41pm
Darlene, Stanley, and Family,
Growing up a Berger child meant that "Uncle Chuck" would be a family fixture and close neighbor. He always attended family parties, celebrations and fun gatherings. I have many old photos of him, your mother, and the Bergers. He, Stuart, Ira, and my mother Shirlee go back many, many years. Your father was a kind, loving, caring man, may he rest in peace. Beautiful memories will always be there for you and the people who knew and loved him.
DC

David Andrew Cumming

Posted at 03:39pm
Some of my fondest childhood memories involved visiting Chuck and Marian Klein when we traveled north from Florida. They were the warmest, most kind folks to be around. They were always incredibly generous. I always felt really held, safe and nurtured when we visited. Chuck in particular always offered me the most hilarious stories about their lives. They both radiated warmth, and their relationship was always something I aspired to have when I was older. Chuck always had a youthful spirit, a side-splitting sense of humor. He was always incredibly present with me whenever we visited. I'm sad I cannot be there with you all to share memories of his life. Yet I'll be sure to visit once it's safe to do so. Take care and we love you all. - David and Sara
SR

Stanley Rudo

Posted at 03:17pm
Dear Darlene & family: I want to extend my heartfelt condolences on your loss. What a long & great life that Chuck had & that all of you have had in sharing it with him. May his memory always be a blessing.
MC

Mel Schwartz & Anne-Marie Cumming

Posted at 02:44pm
Dear Cousins Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette, your Children & your Grandchildren:
We have wonderful memories of your father, your Pop Pop, & our Cousin Chuck. He was a devoted family man, a very giving & kind hearted person, a good listener, a great tennis player, & a fantastic dancer. We always looked forward to our visits with Cousins Chuck & Marian in Florida & in Maryland every year. We will treasure those visits & all the special memories that we made. Our thoughts & prayers are with you all now & forever.
Love Always,
Cousins Mel & Anne-Marie
MB

Maury and Sandy Bass

Posted at 02:10pm
Dearest Darlene and family,
We are so very sorry for your loss. He lived a long and wonderful life. When you speak of him, shed a tear and share a smile.
MH

Michael Hettleman

Posted at 02:01pm
To all of the Klein family:
While I don't know you, I am one of Chuck's "old" Cody kids and my farewell to him is "Chuck: Hats off to thee. To your colors colors true we will ever be!" Eternal fond memories.
PS

Patsy Schulman

Posted at 02:00pm
Patsy and Bobby Schulman

So sorry to hear of the loss of your beloved father / grandfather . Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May he Rest In Peace.
LW

Lynne and Stuart Weitzman

Posted at 12:57pm
So sad to hear about PopPop Chuck. He will be missed. May he rest in peace.
TB

Terry Beck

Posted at 12:42pm
Dear Stan, Paulette, Dar, Jerry and Kids,
So sorry to hear about Uncle Chuck’s passing.
So many fond memories over the years!
Condolences to your Family!
Terry Beck
SM

Shelley Mazer

Posted at 12:41pm
Dear Dar, Jerry, Stan and family,

I was so sorry to read this news of Chuck’s passing. He always held a special place in my heart. He was just pure love, without an agenda. I am so sorry for your loss, but so happy to know that you had such a wonderful mentor for so many years. May he Rest In Peace.
EB

Edie & Stan Brown

Posted at 12:25pm
Our thoughts and payers are with you at this sad time. Chuck was larger than life & will be remembered with great love & respect.
C

Cindy & Marty Yospa

Posted at 12:14pm
Dear Darlene and Stan :
We are so very sorry for your loss . May your dad’s memory always be a blessing to you family 🙏
DP

Debbie Passapae

Posted at 12:10pm
Dear Dar and Stan and families: We are so saddened to hear of the loss of our beloved Uncle Chuck. There will never be another like him. We have been left with so many fond memories and will miss him dearly. You are in my thoughts and prayers always.
MF

Michael Fribush

Posted at 11:44am
Dear Darlene and Stanley-
I was so sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing. I can remember going with him to the Colts games. Your dad used to sneak Stanley into the games when he was little and Stanley would sit on his lap. This became a problem when Stanley got to be bigger than your dad. When I worked at the University of Maryland he asked me to get him a couple of Terps T-shirts (as though no store in Baltimore sold Terps T-shirts!) I was more than happy to. He will be missed.
RY

Rob and Abbe Yospa

Posted at 10:34am
My dear dear Uncle Cluck, yes Uncle Cluck, that was what I used to call him. I remember the days when my father and mother, Laurette and Stuart Berger, were there with him and Aunt Marian. Rob and I know how difficult this time is now that both parents are gone. Know that they are up there with all their friends probably having a better time then we are. I know he was well loved down here but welcomed with open arms and love up there. Rob and I are sending our thoughts and prayers to the whole Klein family. May he rest in peace.
DC

Doug and Debbie Carton

Posted at 10:27am
Dear Dar,Jerry,Stan,Paulette,and family
So sorry to hear of Chucks passing, but what a wonderful full, long life he had.He got to be with his children, grand children and great grand children, it does not get any better then that.I am sure your memories will always give you comfort'
AF

Andi & Stuart Fribush and Family

Posted at 10:10am
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette, and Families,

So sorry to hear this news. Chuck was a great guy and I will always remember going to Colts games with him and Stanley -- and parking in the main lot courtesy of Captain Keyes! He was also my batting coach. I was a good field/no hit type of player and my father called in Chuck to teach me how to hit. You were lucky to have had him for 99 years and I hope that gives you some comfort at this difficult time.

Sincerely,
Andi and Stuart Fribush and Family
AB

Andrea Jonas Breault

Posted at 10:07am
Darlene, Jerry and family: So sorry to learn your dad had passed away. My condolences and warmest thoughts are with you at this time of loss.
LL

Laurie Luskin

Posted at 10:06am
I was so sad to read of Chuck’s passing. He was a charmer!! I bought my first grown up furniture set from him after college graduation. He was always so warm & friendly, with a devilish smile. Though he lived a full, long life, when it’s someone you love, it’s never long enough. I’m sure you all have many wonderful memories to provide you comfort & keep him close in your hearts. With my deepest sympathy, Laurie (Hazman)
BS

Betsy Sachs

Posted at 09:28am
Dear Darlene, Jerry and Stanley,
I am so so sorry to hear about the loss of your absolutely Wonderful, Salt of the Earth Dad. I will always have such fond memories of Garrison Forest and how your parents were always so welcoming from the minute I walked through the front door.
Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. ❤️
TG

Toby Goodman

Posted at 09:18am
Darlene & Family - Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your dad. We know how very special he was to you. May his memory always be for a blessing.
Love, Toby & Randy Goodman
HC

Harriet Cooper

Posted at 09:00am
Dear Dar and Jerry and family, I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. It made me smile when I would see you with him out for dinner. You were wonderful with him and may all of the memories be for a blessing.
AF

Alyson Friedman

Posted at 08:59am
Dear Darlene and the entire Klein family,
I am beyond saddened to learn of Uncle Chuck’s passing. What an incredibly sweet, friendly and lovable man he was! I am happy to say I had the opportunity to get on the tennis court with him when he was in his 80’s. I can only imagine him younger. He was an incredible friend to my Dad, right to the end, which I will be forever grateful. I will always remember his warm, embracing smile. Chuck was one of a kind. It is me who is smiling now thinking of him reunited with his beloved Marian🙏💕
FS

Faye and Stuart Silberg

Posted at 08:46am
Dear Darlene and Jerry and the Klein Family,
So sorry to learn of your Dads passing. We know your family has wonderful memories of him.May all of you share comforts by your fond memories.
CC

Chizuk Amuno Congregation

Posted at 08:29am
The Chizuk Amuno synagogue community expresses our sincere condolences on the passing of our member, Howard "Chuck" Robert Klein. We extend our sympathies to the entire family. May you find comfort in your memories.
EG

Eddie Gutman

Posted at 08:24am
Dear Darlene and Jerry

He was great, my gym teacher at Garrison. I loved the way you would always tell me about him when I came in the store. You were blessed to have him so long in your life.’

Eddie Gutman

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Stan & Lynn Rosenstein

Posted at 08:21am
Condolences to the entire Klein family with this devastating news. Shocked and saddened beyond words as a person who understands the true nature of this mans character, generosity, kindness, charity, and love of family. Sports icon, furniture representative, love of all sports, Philadelphia Flyer Ice Hockey attendee. Sweetest man you could ever meet, with an ever present handshake, smiles and joke of the day. The World has lost a good and honorable man-our loss, G-D has a new angel. R.I.P !
GL

Gerald Lichter

Posted at 08:00am
The Klein family
So sorry for the loss of your father. I hope his many memories will bring a sense of joy during this difficult time
Gerald and Debbie Lichter
RL

Ricky Lamb

Posted at 07:59am
Dear Darlene and Jerry, we are so sorry for your loss. Chuck was a great guy and a terrific athlete. I have fond memories of playing ball with him on Bartwood Road. We hope all the wonderful times you shared will comfort you. Sharon and Ricky Lamb
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Aileen Braverman

Posted at 07:38am
Dear Stanley, Paulette, Darlene, Jerry & Family~I am so sad of the loss of your Dad.
When I think of your family, I smile & am very moved the love & happiness you all shared.
I am grateful how your sweet Dad was so good to my brother, who loved him so.
A long life with so many great memories that you will carry with you forever.
Sending Love & sympathy & hugs,
A
SK

Sandee and David Katz

Posted at 07:08am
Dear Dar and Jerry,
Our condolences on your loss. David and I looked forward to seeing you with your Dad on Friday’s at Joey’s for ‘Shabbat’ dinners. Your Dad reminded me of my Dad. 2 warm and wonderful Daddys.
JC

J S Edwards Mens Clothing

Posted at 06:51am
J.S. Edwards Men's Clothing
To the Family of Chuck Klein
The staff at J S Edwards was sadden to hear of the passing of Chuck.
Chuck was such a favorite in our store. He would stop in, sometimes after
his tennis game, just to say hello and catch up with the guys. He always said he
didnt need anything, but you mom said he did, she usually won the argument.
The staff at J S Edwards
D

Debbie & Mike Shavitz

Posted at 06:32am
Dear Dar, Jerry, Stanley and family- your dad (and mom) was always our families’ most beloved cousins. What a legacy of love left to you all. All those incredibly wonderful memories will last lifetimes for all who loved him. They certainly will for me.
RS

Roger Sweren

Posted at 06:29am
Darlene and Jerry,
So sorry for your loss. I had the great fortune to know your mom and dad. Chuck was a wonderful man. I got my first apartment furniture from him. I remember him throwing a candy bar at the ref at a Bullets game. He was a very funny guy. Cherish the memories.
Roger
SW

Sharon Miller & Lenny Wachs

Posted at 05:50am
Dear Darlene & Jerry,
We've missed seeing you these last several months and have thought of your wonderful threesome so often. This is sad news, but what a wonderful life he had!
DG

Diane Goren

Posted at 05:33am
Dear Dar, Jerry, Stanley and Family,
So sad to hear of the loss of your Dad. I only met him a few times at your Stevenson home when I was 16 years old. Your Mom Marian in the kitchen, your Dad came in and even at my young age I knew they were soul mates. I remember your Dad as so very kind and thoughtful. I know how close you were with your Dad. Thanks for the wonderful montage - you and the girls with your Dad, your Mom and Dad in the tux. He will always live on through your memories. Dar you are in my thoughts and prayers at this sad time. Diane Goren
SS

Scott Scherr

Posted at 05:21am
Darlene & Jerry,
Sorry for your loss.
Scott
CK

Carol and Robert Keehn

Posted at 10:59pm
Darlene and Jerry
So sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad. May your memories of him be a blessing at this tough time
MK

Merle Kierson

Posted at 10:48pm
Dear Darlene and Family - my sincere condolences on your loss. I know you were very devoted to your dad and I hope the wonderful memories will sustain you now and in days to come. Merle
J

Jodie and Jerry Epstein

Posted at 09:01pm
Dear Darlene, Stanley and family
What a gem your dad was! Always a smile and a hug and a kind word. May all of your wonderful memories help you through this difficult time. What a treat it was for us to look at all the pictures of Chuck.He was truly “one of the good guys”.
R

Rona & Ed Casel

Posted at 09:01pm
Dear Darlene & Family,
Your dad, Chuck Klein was definitely a Baltimore legend! Everyone knew him and loved him, especially my dad, Ben Caplan. It was always nice seeing you and Jerry with him at Stone Mill. He still looked young and handsome in his 90’s! He will be missed by all that knew him! Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time!
R

Russ Chaney

Posted at 08:58pm
Chuck could pick a winner at the track! He was a remarkable special man who was loved and admired by many. He loved his family and many friends.
JZ

Jae and Arnold Zalis

Posted at 07:33pm
So very sad to hear of Chuck's passing. Such a mensch he was. He and Marion were the most beautiful, caring, generous, and wonderful people. We send our sincerest sympathy to the whole family. May all the many sweet memories bring comfort to you at this difficult time.
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Honey & Jon Book

Posted at 06:32pm
Awww! Moonbeam sends her love! He was one of a kind! The best of the best! Sending lots of love and hugs!
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Susan Friedlander

Posted at 06:26pm
Darlene and Family
Sending my deepest sympathy in the loss of your dad. May loving memories sustain you during this sad time.
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Nan and Alan Goldstein

Posted at 05:43pm
Dar and Jerry,

Such sad news. I know how much your Dad is loved. I hope you all find comfort in your wonderful memories. You always spoke so highly of him and your Mom. We are sending our love. Nan and Alan
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Wayne and Glenn Berger

Posted at 05:03pm
Dear Darlene, Jerry, Stanley, Paulette, and Family,
Losing Uncle Chuck is like losing my father all over again. He meant that much to me and our family. You already know that. Ira and Marian finally got their soulmates back. There never was nor will there ever be another Chuck Klein, as it should be. He was simply the best. Wayne and I keep you and the family in our thoughts and prayers.
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stanley scherr

Posted at 04:52pm
Dear Darlene and Family
I am very sorry to hear of your Dad’s passing.
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Steve Silber

Posted at 04:21pm
Dar/Jerry
I’m so sorry to learn of you’re Dad’s passing. I know how close the two of you were. Remember those great 99 yrs you shared. My thoughts & prayers go out to all of you.
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Betty and Barry Steller

Posted at 04:06pm
Darlene and family,
Barry and I were so sad to hear of your dad’s passing. It was always so nice seeing him with you and your family at Joey’s. We are sending hugs and our sincere condolences. May all your wonderful memories sustain you now and forever
Betty and Barry
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Phyllis Ely

Posted at 03:14pm
To me he was a legend. He was kind thoughtful and friendly to everyone. May his memory be a blessing.

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Alan Kanter

Posted at 02:12pm
Dear Darlene and Family,
I was so sad to learn of Chuck’s passing. Although I have not seen him for some time, I will always reflect fondly on the many conversations we had when he attended services. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May Chuck’s memory always be a blessing.
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Bob Schaftel

Posted at 02:00pm
Such very sad news to read that Chuck Klein, a very caring Cody guy has passed. May he rest in peace.
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Myron/Ellen Asher

Posted at 01:56pm
Dar and family
So very sorry to hear of your loss.💔
Thinking of you and your family.
Myron and Ellen
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