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Alvin Klocke

Alvin Lloyd Klocke

Wednesday, July 14th, 1937 - Wednesday, July 10th, 2019
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Gastonia- Alvin Lloyd Klocke, 81 passed away peacefully at home on July 10, 2019. He leaves behind his loving wife Bonnie Klocke, sons Danny Klocke and wife Kelly, Jack McCoy Jr. and wife Shirley, daughter Jo Randall and husband Doug, 6 grandchildren Derek Valcourt, Tyler McCoy, Steven Klocke II, Rhea Klocke, Haley Klocke and Riley Klocke and 4 great-grandchildren Madelyn McCoy, Brandon Randall, Ayden Valcort, and Charlotte Klocke.
Mr. Klocke is preceded in death by his mother Verna M. Lyons and son Steven P. Klocke. Al also leaves behind his beloved recliner and his beloved poodle Lucky.
He served in the US Navy for 4 years and served on the USS Intrepid Aircraft Carrier. He worked 30 years for Gard/Wix corporation as an outside salesman.
The family would like to thank Hospice of Gaston County for their excellent care and service, especially Gretchen, Anna and Katie who took such good care of Al, and Dr. Shenck, Kelleigh, Sheryl, Susan and Anne for treating him so wonderfully..You are all the best!
Arrangements are private at this time. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Gaston Hospice or the American Cancer Society.
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Danny Klocke

Posted at 09:16am
Daddy, Grandpa

If a picture paints a thousand words what a story there would be to tell. Thankful we are to have them but the memories in our hearts and minds tell the real story We are forever grateful for those that paint the story for us of who you are. We will forever love you for the times spent with you and the lessons taught and learned. We know that where you are now has released you of all worldly pains and burdens. You are now free for eternity as I know your home going was a glorious event for you as well as us for we are assured in the Word "to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord". Even though our hearts are saddened, in time we will be okay and will look forward to the day when once again we will meet. Until that time keep us all under your watchful care. I received a wonderful message from a classmate of mine reminding me of this.

"Let go smile, nay, laugh out loud and smother yourself in the lessons taught and learned.

Someday when the time is right, realize you are always with us, guiding every step... if we listen... as we make our own paths forward."

We will not say goodbye to you but simply until that time when we see you again.

Until then you are in our hearts

With unimaginable love,

Danny, Kelly, Haley and Riley


SM

Steve Manning

Posted at 03:59pm
Al was one of the best factory representatives that served the Napa family. He mentored many young salespeople including myself. I would not have been as successful as I have been without his guidance. I will always treasure the time we spent calling on customers and the example he set with his outstanding work ethic and wisdom. He will be missed but his legacy of playing it forward will be passed on by those he helped along the way. Thank you Al. Our deepest sympathy to Bonnie and his family.
Steve Manning
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