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M. Gertrude Klubertanz Greece: February 11, 2018 at age 88. Predeceased by her husband, Ralph E. Klubertanz; parents, Jerry & Marie (Sawyer) Kyea; 5 brothers and 2 sisters. Survived by her loving daughters, Debra (Mike) Newman & Nancy (Mark) Pollock; grandchildren, Matthew (Jennifer) Pollock, Tracy (Kris) Booth, Ryan (Shannon) Pollock, Stephanie Newman (Rob Maloney), Nathan (Siobhan) Pollock, Heather (fiancé, Tim Farren) Pollock, Scott (Kristin) Newman; 9 great-grandchildren; siblings, Marlene Kyea, Marvin (Pam) Kyea & Floyd Kyea; two sister sisters-in-law, Gail Kyea and Peggy Kyea; nieces, nephews, loving family & dear friends. Trudy’s mass of Christian burial will be celebrated Thursday, February 15th 9:30 AM at St. Lawrence Church 1000 N. Greece Road, Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Eldersource Care 1900 S. Clinton Ave Rochester, NY 14618 in her memory. For more information and to sign her online guestbook, visit www.meesonfamily.com

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  1. Nancy & Debbie
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. Your mom was like a second mother to me growing up on Heritage Dr. and I will always have fond memories of our time together. May she now rest in peace.
    Much love
    Barb

  2. We’re going to miss you G’rambo. I wont ever forget your long, perfectly transitioning stories that seemed to drag on forever, or your attention to detail raking the lawn, or the mashed potatoes that could have put Betty Crocker out of business. No one sung, hummed, or delivered a Chuck Norris- Texas Ranger round house kick quite like you. You were a roll model, a hero, and an incredible sibling, mother, grandmother, and great grandmother to many and will be missed dearly. Thank you for your guidance and all you’ve taught me and given me as I grew to the man I am today. Though the last couple years were tough for everyone, we’re blessed to know you’re finally reunited with Grandpa and your brothers and sisters, care free, pain free, and happy again. We love you, Gram.

  3. With sincere sympathy and condolences to my nieces Debbie and Nancy our prayers and thoughts are with you. We feel your loss

  4. Deb, Mike, Tracy, Steph and Scott…your mother/grandmother sounds like she was a terrific woman and no doubt she will be dearly missed. Your memories of her younger days will help ease your grief, keep them close to your hearts.
    With our sincere condolences,

  5. Family, My thoughts and prayers are with, As much as I wanted to be with you to pay respect to your Mom in her moving on to her eternal home, my body would not cooperate ( bad hip). I need to let you know that her being one of the big sisters, she could really ‘bust my chops’, but also was what older sisters do..she was always there for me all through my life. She never disappointed or failed me. I could always count on her for two things: keeping me on the straight and narrow path she had me on and providing me unconditional support in every need I met in life. I will miss her in my life very much, but will look forward until we meet again in God’s kingdom!

  6. Deb and Nancy, My thoughts are with you during this time of loss. I will always remember your Mom’s laugh and sense of humor. She always made me feel part of the family. I am glad she is finally finding peace and is with your Dad.

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