Klaus R. Meng

G ranville, NY – Klaus R. Meng, age 57, passed away at Glens Falls Hospital on September 7, 2010.
Klaus was born on May 23, 1953 in Worms, Germany the son of Walter and Mathilde (Freese) Meng.
Klaus was a gifted artist in the medium of painting. He enjoyed the competition of shooting pool in area taverns. Klaus also enjoyed the beauty of gardening.
He is survived by his mother Mathilde Meng of Granville and a brother Helmut Meng and his Tina of Columbus, Indiana. Klaus is also survived by his nieces and nephews: Eric Meng and his wife Julianna, Christina Smith and her husband William and Amelia Robertson and her husband Derrick. In addition, he is survived by eight great nieces and nephews.
According to Klaus’s wishes there will be no services.
Arrangements are under the direction of the Robert M King Funeral Home, 23 Church St. Granville, NY

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