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Kenneth "Butch" Klimas

November 24, 1942 ~ July 8, 2017 (age 74)

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July 18, 2017

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Ambrose Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Lansdowne
2719 Hammonds Ferry Rd
Lansdowne, MD 21227-3138

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July 18, 2017

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Ambrose Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Lansdowne
2719 Hammonds Ferry Rd
Lansdowne, MD 21227-3138


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Kenneth Maynard Klimas (Retired Veteran) known to family & friends as “BUTCH” was born on November 24th, 1942 in Baltimore Maryland! He received his diploma through a city program.
KENNETH M. KLIMAS SURVIVED BY BRITTANY KOETHE-KLIMAS UNEXPECTEDLY  Passed away On July 08 , 2017 at the age of 74 he joins his father Stanley Klimas , mother Ruth Klimas , his love Jacqueline lee Koethe , his sisters Hellen Morris , Dorothy Boyce-Klimas, Mary Garde & his brother Stanley Klimas jr.
He leaves behind a loving daughter. Brittany Koethe-Klimas, his Brother Joseph Klimas,  3 Nieces Susie, Kirsty & Katie & 3 Nephews Kenny Morris , Herbie Morris & David Morris And a host of nephews & nieces & great nieces & nephews And a Host Of friends including a special Friend Mr.Glenn.
Butch was a one of a kind man & father he would do anything for anyone. He started out working up on Hollins Street at the age of 13 & was in the Army by the time he was 16! Where he got to travel the world which he loved very much, he talked about it until the day he went away. Butch loved & Cherished His Father “Stanley Klimas Sr.” he made sure to keep his spirit alive , from going to the graveyard to doing things that they’ve done together. Butch loved the Baltimore Ravens, he has just about every t-shirt that was made and anything ravens that you could think of that man has. ANYTHING BALTIMORE (honestly) Orioles & the Baltimore Colts! He was From PigTown in Baltimore which he was happy about because he loved the story of PigTown told me it plenty of times about how they walked all the pigs from PigTown to Westside. He enjoyed sitting on the steps everyday listening to his ballgames & the news. Rain, Sleet , Snow , or Shine Butch always sat out front and had a good time.

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