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James Klotzer

James M. Klotzer

Tuesday, October 20th, 1964 - Friday, October 2nd, 2020
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Dan Beaulieu

Posted at 04:07pm
Sorry for your loss! Jimmy was a good guy! RIP ✝️

Tammy Klotzer

Posted at 08:51pm
Jimmy you will be missed. You were always there for me, I know your Mom & Andrew were there for you. Rest easy, till your family is together again.

Kristen Klotzer Daigle

Posted at 04:19pm
On October 2, 2020, this world was robbed by the death of a hard working, stubborn and brilliant minded man, James Michael Klotzer, born on October 20, 1964. Known as James, Jim or simply Jimmy to his loved ones. Jim was known for his hard work ethic, no nonsense attitude, stubborn but yet gentle, giving and kind personality. He had a lifetime of friends and acquaintances that knew him for his serious demeanor but mischievous smile and laughter. That laughter could light up a room when combined with his megawatt smile and handsome good looks. Jim learned the value of hard work at his first job at Reichle Farms in South Windsor. The beginnings of a person who would become respected for that hard work, his “type A personality”, his near genius iq and his common sense. He graduated from Windham Tech and quickly became a self made man thru his determinations. He worked for Reliable Refuse, Waste Management and USA Hauling. Earning his way from mechanic up to executive level foreman. Jim was an avid history buff, lovingly restoring various Willys jeeps from the World War II era with perfection. He enjoyed army movies, gardening, watching deer in his backyard and tinkering about his farm with its rolling meadows and the Fenton River, a place that was his little slice of happiness. He beamed with pride when he became a Godfather to his niece Emaleigh. He enjoyed going for rides around his farm and town in his jeeps. Often times, making a run to UConn just to get a black raspberry milkshake. Jim loved German Shepard’s dogs, owning several throughout his lifetime, settling on his deepest love of the solid black Shepards, his favorites being from the lineage of Conan and Otto. His dogs gave him unconditional love and he loved them unconditionally to. Jim had a brilliant mind that included common sense and when tied to his personality made him a artist and a perfectionist. He had an undying love for his mother, Marlene Newman Klotzer, who predeceased him during his youth. He was also predeceased by his Aunt Evelyn Wilson and nephews Andrew and Gary Jr. Growing up in a large family that includes 12 brothers and sisters, James took on the persona of the quiet one, earning him the nickname of “Mouse”. But not to worry, he was never one to hold his tongue when pushed or had a valid reason, making him a respected colleague and boss. Jim loved with a pure heart that was intense and true. He was a true gentleman, always willing to assist in whatever way possible. Jim would always show great poise and strength in difficult situations. In the wake of his untimely death, Jim leaves behind his five brothers and their spouses: Robert and his wife Carolyn, Stuart and his wife Sandy, Gary and wife Lori, Alan and Richard. Six sisters and their spouses: Sharon and her husband Tom, Lori and husband Ron, Allison, Kelly, Lynda and husband Danny, Kristen and husband CJ. Nieces and Nephews include: Evan, Nick, Jacob, Alexander, Thomas, Kyle, Robert, Dillon, Caleb, Lindsay, Chip, and Emaleigh. Great niece Trinity and great nephew Hendrix. He is also survived by his estranged wife Dawn Deschenes Klotzer and step children Amanda and Kayla and their children. It is with great sadness that due to the global pandemic, services and a celebration of life will announced at a future date. To celebrate a life well lived, memorial donations in James’ name can be made to the Willington Fire Dept #1,Po Box 161, Willington, CT 06279.

Colleen Reeves

Posted at 06:49pm
I am so sorry for your loss. Jim was a quiet man but a very hard working man who was always there for his family. May he rest in peace.

Kelly Klotzer

Posted at 09:48pm
Love you, Jimmy! Tell Mom and Dad I said hi. R.I.P. my brother.
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Brenda and Jim Rockwell Posted at 08:26pm

Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers to the family. May you find strength during this difficult time.

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