steven klein obituary

Services were held Jan. 9 with arrangements by Orland’s Ewing Memorial Chapel, Ewing. Blue Caribbean was purchased for the family of Steven Shawn Klein by Ralph Levy. He loved to laugh and no man or person was a stranger. Klein, Steven A. Content approved and certified by a member of the Echovita supervisory team, Kempf Family Funeral & Cremation Services. The services in Nebraska will be Saturday, January 25th @ Mitchell Berean. Copyright © 2020 Echovita Inc. All rights reserved. December 1, 1959 - Steven is survived by the mother of his two children; Lisa (Chad Muzzey), daughter; Mersades, son; Matthew, of Phoenix, father David Klein of Phoenix, brother Brian and his wife Lori Klein of Kearney, NE; numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. November 29, 2019 He graduated from Morrill High School in 1984. Growing up in Montreal, Steven was an avid athlete playing rugby, hockey, and football. Funeral arrangement under the care ofKempf Family Funeral & Cremation Services. Son of Gilbert and Patricia (Sulzbach) Klein, he was born October 15, 1953 in Detroit, MI. Checks to First State Bank of Scottsbluff, Ne. Know that you are in our thoughts as you face the difficult days ahead. Please avoid obscene, vulgar, lewd, He taught various courses in mathematics (with a focus on the fields of statistics and probability) at University of Georgia, Rutgers, and Rider University, where he later retired. He was the valedictorian of the New York University Stern School of Business and received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in mathematical statistics. Would you like to offer Steven Klein’s loved ones a condolence message? Echovita offers a solidarity program that gives back the funds generated to families. He was honest and trustworthy and valued every single one of his clients throughout the years. No racism, sexism or any sort of -ism Steve always had a open heart to myself and anyone he came in contact with.He will be Dearly missed. We all have so many wonderful memories of him. To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our, The Jewish Center, 435 Nassau St., Princeton, To the Klein family.Steve always is thought of. There was never a project too hard or difficult. We will miss him and miss following his facebook accounts of all his joys and successes.With Love, Pat & Bob Cox. God Bless you Steve.RIP! Find Steven Klein's memorial at Legacy.com. Use the 'Report' link on With over 2,000 locations, Dignity Memorial providers proudly serve over 375,000 families a year. Physician Affiliate Group of New York (PAGNY, Get New Jersey Jewish News's Newsletter by email and never miss our top stories, ‘Chronicle of the Jewish community’ ceases publication, A diverse and marvelous community this writer will miss, Reflections on a lifelong relationship with NJJN, Jewish media foster essential conversations, Small moments in intimate, back-page essays tell a big story about what a community newspaper can be, An editor since 1996 pays homage to ‘voice of community’, New rabbis take reins of reimagined congregations, Hired before the pandemic, fresh spiritual leaders prioritize meeting members, uniting community, Rabbi leaves Temple B’nai Abraham for California, Activist, teacher, chaplain reflects on decades of ‘sacred’ work in NJ, A new novel imagines a Jewish village that somehow survived the Holocaust, Despite niche market, Jewish bookstores vulnerable to online alternatives, For Leslie Nobler, creating Jewish art is ‘the best form of charity’, Marilynn Schneider retires from WAE Center, Four lessons we can learn from John Lewis, Black anti-Semitism and the Farrakhan factor, A secret deed may be key to a life well lived, Bunked at home, but preserving the camp spirit, Our pandemic kneads bring back Weequahic memories, Diaspora debates divorced from Israeli reality, ‘Cancel culture’ means no one is listening, Lawsuit revives victims’ hopes that alleged abuser faces justice, After nearly 40 years, accuser wants the ‘truth’ to come out about counselor who fled molestation charges, With bias toward none and security for all, Temple Rodeph Torah marks rabbi’s retirement, Policing Trump doesn’t solve internet hate problem, My Jewish practices are not virtual, they’re very real, Jewish camp delays start date after counselor tests positive for coronavirus, During pandemic, safety is the guiding principle, Meryl Ain’s debut novel, set in 1950s Queens, centers on a very different pair of twins, Creativity to shape ‘radically different’ High Holidays, Read The Latest Issue of The New Jersey Jewish News, Coordinator,

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