Michael Kleinke Obituary, Death, Car Accident – Michael Kleinke of Albany, New York has died in a fatal car accident. Michael Stephany is the son of Eugenie “Jean” Stephany Kleinke, who predeceased Edward S. Kleinke and was married to Michael Stephany. The father of Michael Stephany is Michael.
Michael has spent the last five years working as a truck technician for St. Peter’s Hospital after spending the previous 25 years working for Ryder Rental. Michael had previously worked for Ryder Rental. Michael has volunteered with the Slingerlands Fire Department for a considerable amount of time. Michael will be remembered as a devoted father who loved riding Harley-Davidson motorcycles and living off the land. One of the things for which people will remember him is this.
He was attentive, and devoted, and worked very hard to support his family. Bonnie Scoons Kleinke is married to Michael Kleinke. He is the father of Cohoes residents Thomas (T.J.) Kleinke and Aimee Grignon. He is the brother of Edward Kleinke III (Maureen) (Reenie) of Slingerlands, Mark Kleinke (Joyce) of North Carolina, and Susan Herman (Mike) of Rochester.
Michael Kleinke of Colonie and his wife Jessica are also descended from Michael Kleinke. Jonathan, Emma, Michael, and Alexis Kleinke, his grandchildren, refer to Michael as the “Loving Poppy”. In addition, he is Lynn Nason’s brother-in-law, as well as Jim and Ernie Scoons’. Michael is referred to by the Kleinke kids as “Loving Poppy.” Alexis Kleinke, Michael, Jonathan, and Emma. Funeral services will be held at the Durant Funeral Home in Delmar on Saturday, October 6, 2007, at 11 a.m.
The funeral home is located at 741 Delaware Avenue, directly across from Bethlehem Central High School. On Fridays, I accept calls from friends at any time between 4 and 8 o’clock. It was determined that the deceased’s body should be buried in Glenmont’s St. Matthews Cemetery. Michael’s Nephrology Research Department at the Albany Medical Center Hospital, located at 43 New Scotland Avenue, Room 119, Albany, New York 12208, is accepting donations in his honor. You can find this address on the hospital’s website.