Stu Klein Obituary, Death – I’d like to introduce myself as Stu Klein, and I’m sorry to inform you that my father passed away a few days ago. I have to tell you the bad news with a heavy heart since I know it will upset you. This division one basketball player and basketball coach was at a loss for what to do with his child, who choose to study rather than play baseball and was a member of the theater club rather than the baseball team. He was at a loss for what to do with his child.
However, he not only did not let that show, but he also entered into my road on my terms and became the strongest supporter of me, my brother, and ultimately on our boys. He did this by not letting that show and by entering into my journey on my terms. Not only did he not let that show, but he also did not allow it show. He was very careful to hide both of these things. He carried out the task without exhibiting any signs of hesitancy or hesitation. He was the epitome of a caring and supporting parent, the kind of parent that all other parents, no matter where they lived, looked up to and tried to emulate.
Even when his physical body started to fail, we were still able to get fleeting glimpses of the life-giving passions that he brought to the world. This was the case even as his physical body began to fail. When referring to him, the vast majority of his closest friends and acquaintances use superlatives like “outstanding” to express their admiration for his character and abilities as a human being. I shall never stop addressing him as “Dad” throughout the rest of my life. And in each and every scenario, that was sufficient in more ways than one.