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Betty J. Klug

May 3, 1924 – November 4, 2023

Betty J. Klug

Mrs. Betty J. Klug, ( nee Siereveld ) age 99, passed away on November 4, 2023.

Devoted Mother of Richard C. ( Linda) Klug, Jr. , Loving grandmother of Tracy (Gregg) Wolffer, and great-grandmother of Mackenzie and Joshua Wolffer.
Dear Sister of Gerald ( Jerry) , Lawrence ( Huddie) , Don and Ralph Siereveld, and Marianne (nee Siereveld) Moore. Also survived my numerous nieces and nephews, and abundance of extended relatives and friends.

Betty is preceded in death by her beloved husband, Richard (Dick) Klug in 2021, her brothers Adrian and Harold (Butch) Siereveld, sister’s Shirley (nee Siereveld) Brogan and Gladys (nee Siereveld) Stohlman .

Visitation will be held Thursday, November, 16th, 2023, from 12:30 PM to 2:00 PM, when the services will begin, at The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home, 2155 Compton Road, 45231. Once on the grounds of the memorial park, follow the BLUE line to the funeral home.

Betty will be laid to rest at Arlington Memorial Gardens.

Memorial donations can be directed to American Cancer Society.



Thursday, November 16th, 2023 from 12:30 PM until 2:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Thursday, November 16th, 2023 at 2:00 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens Funeral Home


Thursday, November 16th, 2023 2:30 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

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“We will miss her smile and wit, she had a loving heart and we have lost a great friend.❤️”

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“We will miss you Mrs Betty. Praying for Your family and friends.💗”

“So sorry to hear of the passing of Betty. She was a great lady. She will be missed. I know she appreciated the care and kindness of Rick and Linda.”

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“My deepest condolences to Rick and Linda. I know how much you loved her because you took the best of care of her in her days of need. She got to experience love ar it’s finest. You both were there for her and did everything possible to make her happy, comfortable and at peace. She has made it now and is with her loving husband Dick. 💕 Praying for you Rick and Linda for Peace and Comfort during this hard time. Love you both Your niece, Tammy Lewis”

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“This wonderful woman has a special place in my heart. She is singing and flying with not only the angels but with her beloved Dick. Thank you for all of the memories, you will be missed❤️”

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“Linda and Rick, so sorry for your loss. May God comfort your hearts and give you peace ❤️”

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“My grandma was a special lady and the loss of her is felt deeply, even though she lived a full life. The love of a grandma is unique. God must have given grandmothers to us to liven up our lives, to make our lives more complete, to make us better human beings. She played a big part in my childhood and I can remember so many good times sitting in her kitchen and washing the dishes, playing games, and skating to music in the basement. She taught me a lot about love and the meaning of family. She has never been just ‘my grandmother’, but my friend and my inspiration. Love you grandma”

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