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Ed klipspringer Fayetteville GA, car accident, 1 killed after fata; car crash

Ed klipspringer Fayetteville GA – On Friday, April 7th, at the age of 80, Edward Bernard Kleppinger, Jr. passed away suddenly after being engaged in a car accident that resulted in his death. At the time, Jonesboro served as his place of permanent residence. He was born on January 10, 1937, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, to his late mother Margaret and his late father Edward B. Kleppinger, both of whom had passed away previous to his birth.

His mother and father were both buried in Bethlehem Cemetery. He was a dedicated and loving husband, father, and grandfather to each of his three wives and their families, which included a total of three sets of children. He was married three times. During the Korean War, Ed did his best to serve his country with honor while serving in the United States Navy. He did everything he could to make his country proud. He spent his entire career in the workforce in the field of communications, which was his primary sector of expertise.

He was acknowledged for a great lot of success and achievement while working as a regional manager for a number of different firms, including Northern Telecom and GTE. These organizations gave him the position of regional manager. He was credited with a tremendous degree of success and accomplishments during his life. Ed has been an engaged participant in the activities that take place at the Saint Philip Benizi Catholic Church for the past half a century.

During that time, he has held a number of positions on the church’s Finance Council, and he has also spent a considerable amount of time serving as a Minister of Hospitality. Both of these positions have been held by him. Additionally, he was a very involved member of the Knights of Columbus, where he held the position of Grand Knight from the years 2004 through 2006. At that point in time, he was serving as the leader of the group.

Ed is survived by Rose Marie, the woman he has been married to for the past 58 years; his sons Edward and Michael; his grandkids Parker, Greyson, Cooper, Samuel, and Caden; and a sizable extended family. Ed and Rose Marie were married for a total of 58 years. Ed is survived not just by his immediate family but also by a significant number of members of his extended family.