Marvin H. Kleiner, 87, passed away Feb. 4, 2015. Survived by his wife, Lois; children, Sheri (Michael) Belmont of Huntsville, Ala., Jeffrey Kleiner of Pueblo; and Scott (Samantha) Kleiner of Navarre, Fla.; and grandchildren, Sarah, Jessica, Rachel, Savannah and Slade. Marvin was born to Jacob and Ida Kleiner on March 28, 1927, in Denver. He was a business owner and civic leader having been the co-owner of Rosenblums Mens Store for over 40 years. Marvin was past president of the United Way, Temple Emanuel and United Hebrew Center and past board member of the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce. Funeral service, 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel. Interment, B'Nai Jacob Cemetery. The family requests the omission of food and flowers. Memorials may be made to Temple Emanuel or Alzheimer's Association through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

View current weather.

Memories Timeline

View the Timeline

Guestbook

  1. I am sad to hear of Marv’s passing. He was a good man, and his family has all my best wishes for you in this time of loss. You are all in my prayers, and my wish is for you to hold all the good memories of Marv, as I will!

  2. Dear Lois, Sheri, Jeff, and Scott. Our deepest sympathy in the loss of Marvin. He will be greatly missed. May your fondest memories of Marvin bring you comfort in the days ahead. Our sincere condolences, Elsa and Danny

  3. Words seem strangely inadequate to capture my feelings and loss. Marv and Lois Kleiner (and my beautiful friend, Sheri) were next door neighbors on Alexander Circle. He became a second father to me. Marv would always stop and talk. He really cared for the neighborhood children…wanted us to grow up right and be successful. He taught me to throw a football, play golf, how buy clothes, and how behave and talk professionally. He would educate me about appearance and style. He literally picked out my clothes. Later in life, he showed enormous interest in my career. Marv did all of this out of the goodness of his heart. He had a way of inspiring the kids on our block and keeping us out of trouble. I hope all of that isn’t lost after his courageous battle against Alzheimer’s. He was a wonderful, caring, generous guy. I loved him. Many of us can say that our lives were so much better because of Marv. My thoughts and prayers go out Lois, Sheri, Jeff, and the entire Kleiner family. Thanks for sharing him with us.

  4. To the Family of Marvin Kleiner, It is with a most humble heart I extend condolences on behalf of Pueblo Elks Lodge #90. Marvin was a true and loyal Member of our Order for 63 years! He will be surely missed and fondly remembered.
    As a loyal Brother he will be honored at our memorial service the first Sunday of December this year, where his name will be respectfully added to our “Tablets of Love and Memory”. All family and friends are welcome to attend.
    “A Noble Elk has fallen, pierced by the arrow of death. His trial ended, his faults forgotten, His virtues cherished, he rests in peace’�”

    Respectfully,
    Arthur J. Birmingham
    Lodge Secretary

Sign the Guestbook, Light a Candle

Sign the Guestbook