Deloris June Klingler, 79
Deloris June Klingler, 79, of Lincoln, died Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at Lincoln Community Care Center, Lincoln. She was born on June 23, 1935, in Clinton, Oklahoma, a daughter of Carl and Alberta (Webb) Thompson.
As a young child, she moved with her family to a farm near Galesburg, Kansas. She graduated from Galesburg High School. On August 15, 1954, in Galesburg, Kansas, she was united in marriage to Jack Klingler. This union was blessed with the gift of four sons: Aaron, Cameron, Marion, and Troy.
While her children were young, she was a seamstress and for several years, she was a Cub Scout Den Mother. In 1972, they moved to Boulder, Colorado, and she graduated from Boulder County Community College. She ran a weekly newspaper in Berthoud, Colorado, and had worked for a real estate developer in Boulder. She then was an administrative secretary for Ball Corporation Aerospace Division of Research and Development until her retirement in 1997.
In 1997, she and Jack moved to Lincoln. She was a member of United Methodist Church in Lincoln, the International Association of Administrative Professionals, and the FCE of Warsaw. For 14 years, she was a volunteer at the Warm House in Warsaw. She enjoyed knitting, crocheting, embroidering, sewing, doing needlework, and reading mystery novels.
She is survived by:
her husband, Jack Klingler of the home;
three sons, Cameron Klingler of Lincoln, Marion Klingler and his wife Laura Jean of Annapolis, Maryland, and Troy Klingler of Springfield, Virginia; and
three grandchildren, Matthew Clarke, Charles Klingler, and Joseph Klingler.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Carl and Alberta Thompson, her son, Aaron Paul Klingler, and her brother, Virgil L. Thompson.
Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 21, 2014, at United Methodist Church, Lincoln, with Rev. Richard Dimond officiating.
The family suggests memorial contributions be given to the United Methodist Church or the Warm House in Warsaw in care of the Fox Funeral Home, Cole Camp.