Fri Feb 21st at 10:30|
CHAPEL AT CLOVER HILL
|Martin Siegel Mayer|
Barry Michael Klein
Barry Michael Klein, 73, of Naples, Florida, died on 18 January 2020.
The Funeral was PRIVATE FAMILY SERVICE on Friday, 24 January 2020.
Rabbi Harold Loss officiated. Interment at Beth El Memorial Park.
Family members include:
Beloved husband of Linda Walsh-Klein. Cherished father of Jason A. Klein, Jacquelyn R. Wyatt and Jeffrey B. Klein. Loving brother of Janice Klein. Also survived by Linda's daughter and son-in-law Jill (Adam) Lebert. Dear friend and trusted assistant Patricia Bugdalski.
Barry was a graduate of Oak Park High School class of 1964 and an Alumnus of Oakland University class of 1968. Barry was the former chairman of Barry M. Klein Realty Enterprises, LLC. And former member and past trustee of International Council of Shopping Centers and served two terms as MI State director. He was a lifetime member of Grand Lodge Accepted Masons of Michigan (Perfection-Mosaic 530). He was active in government and community relations at Naples Heritage where he resided full time since 2010. Former member of East Naples Civic Association and former Collier County Planning Commissioner.
Barry’s passion for Rockabilly music was instrumental in his becoming a columnist and member of The Rockabilly Hall of Fame for several years. His other beloved hobbies included wine collecting, wine vacations and wine tasting. He loved running and fitness and completed many half-marathons in Michigan and Florida. Even though it was often a frustrating hobby, he also loved to play golf.
Thank you to family and friends who have loved and supported us through our long journey with Alzheimer’s disease.
Very special thank you to our caregivers at Villa at Terracina, Alzheimer’s Support Network, Assisting Hands Home Care, Avow Hospice, Memory Care of Naples and John D. Campbell M.D.
It is suggested that those who wish to further honor the memory of Barry Michael Klein may do so by making a contribution to:
Oakland UniversityClick to Visit Charity Website
Alzheimer's Support NetworkClick to Visit Charity Website