William C.
Hilton: Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at age 60. Loving husband and father. Predeceased by his parents, Joseph & Irene Kleeh. Survived by his loving wife of 31 years, Cindy Kleeh; loving daughter, Chelsie Kleeh; brother, Alan (Linda) Kleeh; sister, Joan (Jed) Feffer; brothers and sisters-in-law, Pat (Trudy) McCorry, Greg (Kim) Capone, Todd (Beth) Strassner, Roxanne Steubing; mother-in-law, Dolores Strassner; many nieces and nephews; many dear friends. Friends may call Friday 4-8 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home 1075 Long Pond Road. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Saturday at St. Mark’s Church. Entombment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Pluta Cancer Center in his memory.

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  1. Cindy and family: I am very sorry to learn of Bill’s passing. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I have not seen you in so long, however, want you to know if there is anything I can do for you, please let me know. 436-3685.

  2. Dear Cindy,
    I know it’s been a long time…but I want you to know, you both have been in my thoughts through out the years. NEVER forgotten. I send my sympathy,love and prayers.
    I did not know all you both have been dealing with these past few years.
    May God help you through your sorrows and loss.
    We at one time shared many smiles and good memories….
    I am out of town this weekend, so I will not be able to attend the services.
    When things settle down and if you would like to get together, please email me.
    You and yours will be in my thoughts and prayers,
    Sincerely,
    Gracie

  3. Dear Kleeh Family:

    It was my privilege and honor to have known and worked with Bill at Delco. Bill and I went through the apprenticeship program together. Quite honestly if it was not for Bill, I doubt I would have graduated.

    I went into management and Bill continued to be the finest toolmaker I have ever had the pleasure of working with. We all know that Bill, at times, had to be handled with kid gloves; however, you could always count on him to get it right. I always had the utmost respect for Bill.

    On a personal note, I remember such joy when he spoke of the annual trips to Disney with Cindy and Chelsie. It was certainly the highlight of each year for him. Bill was a unique individual, and I know that his family was always number one on his list. I also know that I will never have the opportunity to work with someone of his caliber again.

    God bless,

    Kyle

  4. Joan,Tara and family- Our deepest sympathy in this difficult time. May you cherish happy memories forever- Much love from Chris, Carlynn, Jess, Tom and Billy

  5. So long, Bill, my friend, you leave me great memories of an incredible friendship-I pray the eagles will soar high in the sky to show you the way to a safe journey home- I will always remember your smile, your laughter and joking around with the wild indians at Pattee Canyon. Those chocolate chip cookies you always brought back to Montana from your visits home were always great. Your friend, John

  6. To: Todd Kleeh and the entire Kleeh family. I was unable to attend the calling hours but I wanted to express my sincere sympathy for your lost. I did not know Bill but I am sure he was a great father, son, husband, brother and uncle to you all. Cheri and I will keep Bill and all the Kleehs in our thoughts and prayers today and throughout the holidays. God Bless….Ed Riley

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