Susan A. Klegman

susan klegman

November 6, 1942 ~ November 21, 2004

Resided in: Redondo Beach, CA

Klegman, Susan A. Loving mother of Nicole Klegman, passed away November 21, 2004, at the age of 62. She was born in Seattle, Washington, and moved to Redondo Beach in 1980 to be with the great love of her life, Kerry Klegman, who preceded her in death on June 9, 2004. She is survived by her daughter, Nicole, her two sisters, Joan Eliasen and Sally Nardone, and her mother Helen Clayburn

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  1. The tragic news of Susan\’s passing came as such a shock to my heart. She was a radiant, beautiful woman…kind hearted, spirited and strong. The recent loss of her beloved husband was no doubt unbearably painful to endure day by day. It was inspiring to see her moving forward. Her love for her family she shared with all who knew her. After one of her visits, I felt my heart full of hope …along with a memory of that beautiful smile! She will be missed by so many of us who were blessed to know her …but her spirit will endure as a star…always shining!

  2. My heart has been saddend by Susan\’s death. And yet I am very thankful for the brief moments I spent with her to celebrate love and family and joy. I am sending my love to her family and thanking Nicole and Ann for inviting me to that special breakfast with Susan and Kerry in Califorina… I remember pulling up to the restaurant and seeing these two Big bikes, I made a comment to the driver of our car to be careful because I did not want the bikers to get mad if we hit their bikes. Little did I know that it was Kerry and Susan\’s bikes (I have never been so warmly greeted by bikers!). Everyone laughed at the idea of Kerry and Susan as two scary bikers. What a pleasure to watch Susan love her family and husband. What a treat to see her kick up her heels at a celebration and embrace joy. Thank you Susan for the brief yet wonderful memories. You will be missed by many people. Love, Monique

  3. I delivered beauty supplies to Susan and her sisters in Seattle. I was deeply saddened by Susan\’s death. She was warm, genuine, and a very gracious lady. I looked forward to my weekly stops at the salon, it was the kind of place that everyone felt welcome. She will be loved and missed by all of us.

  4. To the loving friends and family of Susan Klegman: What a spirit! This is the legacy of Susan. She lit up a room with her smiles and laughter. Being one of Susan\’s clients from the 80\’s, I have been fortunate to know her and her extended family and friends – of which she had many. Susan had passion and wanted to help all she knew. The love of her dear husband, daughter, sisters and her extended family was her life. It is comforting to imagine Susan and Cary riding their Harleys together forever! Her spirit lives on.

  5. I recall with pleasure the conversation I had with Susan just prior to Kerry\’s passing. We talked about Kerry and what a difference he made in the lives of those whom he touched. It was good for both of us.

  6. Joanie, I was so sorry to hear about Susan\’s death. I know you haven\’t seen me for many years, but you are still in my heart. My prayers & sympathies go out to you & your family. Kathy (Hall) Blomquist

  7. candle 2Happy birthday Aunt Susan !
    I miss you so much today is November 6th 2021 /your birthday once again ) and you passed away many years ago- and now you’re with my mom who joined you in 2019 and my little brother Rick joined you 6 months ago. and my nana your mother Helen who joined you in 2013
    We all preciously love you……God bless all of you happy Birthday just thought of you and all of a sudden I realized it was your birthday today
    Love your niece Elizabeth and your great niece Joanie named after your precious sister /my mama Joanie

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