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Charmaine Katherine Klasky

December 16th, 1934 - September 7th, 2023

Charmaine Katherine Klasky was born on December 16, 1934 to Charlie and Mary Moore in Chicago, Illinois. She left this world she loved so much the morning of September 7, 2023 with her two youngest daughters by her side. She was married to Richard Matthew Klasky in 1954 and had 11 children. Charmaine visited Colorado twice in the 1970’s and fell in love with the Rocky Mountains, and in 1980 moved from Schaumburg, Illinois to Longmont, Colorado with 5 of her children. She moved to Boulder in 1986 where she remained until 2020. She was a member of the First Congregational Church in Boulder for many years and sang in the choir. Her greatest joys in life were her family, hiking in the Rockies, swimming, music, space science, all things British and the Chicago Cubs. She was preceded in death by her parents; sisters, Lorelei and Delores; son, Richard and grandchildren, Sarah, Tristian and Elijah. She leaves behind her 10 children, 18 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. The family request in lieu of flowers please donate in her memory to The Planetary Society or Colorado Public Radio

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Mary

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Nancy Klasky

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Kathy Minter

Charmaine and I sat together in the choir for many years. She was a wonderful guide as this was both my first choir and church member experience. Being a newbie with communion, I was fiddling around breaking off a piece of the passed bread when jovial Charmaine whispered "Heavens, you're not making a sandwich!" Her gorgeous soprano voice, delightful smile, and amusing anecdotes made every Sunday special for me. I truly missed her when she left the choir. Wishing her family peace and comfort.

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Julie Griffitts

I remember Charmaine well and sang with her in the choir. She was such a sweet and kind person, always smiling. I remember that she sang a solo in church, and she had a beautiful voice. Prayers for all her family.

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Nancy Klasky

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Mary

I miss you every day mom thank you for being a strong woman. Thank you for moving us to Colorado and thank you for being my mom.

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David Skaggs

Sympathy and respect to Charmaine's family. It was a privilege to sing with her in the FCC choir.

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Elisabeth Borden

I have many memories of singing in choir with Charmaine and remember her beautiful singing voice. Prayers to all of you who are her dear family and friends. Elisabeth Borden

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