Born Seattle, WA but grew up on Grandparents (Smathers) farm in Leavenworth County, KS after father's death from Korean War. I now live in Southern CA, like 27.8 million other people. Enjoy the weather, but not the Traffic! Joined Find-A-Grave while looking for family members or friends and to do my part for genealogy. Enjoy Historical things and the people whom have made them possible. And at the End, "Regardless of what U accomplish in Life the End results are still the same".
RE: 161931854-Klausner Robert "Budsy" Klausner, 88, died peacefully on Friday, April 29, at his home in Denver. He was the beloved husband for 68 years of Ketsie Dunevitz Klausner, a devoted and loving husband, father, brother, grandfather, and great grandfather. He was born in Denver in 1928. Budsy was a varsity baseball and basketball player at East High School and went on to attend Denver University. He was an avid athlete his whole life. He enjoyed a 40-year career as an executive with Jordan Perlmutter and Company. He loved nothing more than being surrounded by his wife and family. Survivors beside Ketsie included: daughters Debra (Steve) Rosen, Cindy (Lee) Kutner, Lisa (Allen) Schreiber, Lori Bernstein, Sheri (Will) Gold; sister Gigi Osten of AZ; 14 grandchildren, and 2 great-grandchildren. Services to be held Sunday 2:30PM at Hebrew Education Alliance, 3600 S. Ivanhoe St. Interment at Rose Hill Cemetery. Contributions to National Jewish Hospital.
RE: ??? Hey John, Thanks for the reply...Wilmington, DE, here...took a our motor home on a trip west in 1999, got down to Newport Beach before heading up the coast to Eureka, CA. Never got to San Diego and regret that. My brother was stationed there with the Navy during WWII. Dean Gene, so close. Richard