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Obituary for Lori Kleinbeck

MY LOVE STORY

Sadly my Baby Doll Lori passed away on November 5, 2017.

“ Lori Kleinbeck was my wife and friend for more than 19 years.”

Gone way too early, my beloved Lori. The peace that I feel is knowing you are now free of pain and in God’s hands.

I want to shout out to people and tell them the type of person you were. But I cannot reach all. Those who crossed your path were the lucky ones, because they felt the love in her heart. I was one of those lucky ones; maybe not the first, but the one she chose, loved, and trusted to the end.

When I met Lori on March 14, 1998 my heart skipped a beat or two. Did I care she had a 13-year-old son? Not a chance.

Together with our son, our house was filled with love, laughter, fun times and all things good, including all our dogs, cats, and birds. The road of life was sometimes bumpy but never for long.

The love and devotion Lori had for her son, Jonathan, was something to behold. No matter what obstacles Jon faced, she was always at his side. She never ever gave up on him. That is True Love and a fine example for any mother to follow. She knew he was a gift from the heavens and she treated him as such. It was my pleasure over the years to watch their relationship grow. Not just as mother and son but also as friends. She loved Jonathan more than any words can explain. He is an extension of how she was: honest, kind, caring, loving, and so much more. I am so lucky (still) to have him in my life.

Thank You Lori My Love—Until we meet again

Lori Kleinbeck was born on December 21, 1958 in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. She was living in Virginia when her parents moved to Tequesta, Florida in1972. She graduated from Jupiter High School in 1977. She moved to Palm City in the early 90's.

After high school Lori worked in banking and as an office manager for a large construction company. After attending college at Palm Beach, Lori worked for many years as a bookkeeper in the insurance field. She found her calling when she started working for a large hearing aid company. Her compassion for others made for an easy fit with her clients, many of whom were elderly, and all of whom loved her.

Lori married her husband, Keith, in Stuart, FL on July 3, 2003.

Lori was predeceased by her parents, Leroy and Mary Harstad, her brothers Michael and Dennis Harstad and Dennis’ wife, Betty. She is survived by her husband, Keith Kleinbeck, and their son Jonathan Rispaud, both of Palm City, and sisters Judy (Rich) McCloud of Fredericksburg, Virginia and Marge (Jim) Dunkle of Tierra Verde, FL She is also survived by two nephews, David and Steven, and four nieces, Carol, Megan, Cristin, and Christine, and our faithful dog Dozer who never left your side.

A Celebration of Lori's Life will be held on December 9, 2017 from 12pm-3pm at 2567 SW Barbara Ave, Palm City, FL 34990. If you knew Lori, please come and share how she touched your life


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