May 10, 1924 ~ March 6, 2013
William Klaiman, passed away March 6, 2013. Survived by wife, Elsa; daughter, Linda Bauer (Steve); sons, Henry (Ann) and Daniel; grandchildren, Katie Tauba Fitzig (Nachum) and Shoshanna Leah Bauer (Mike Bohlmann); great-grandchildren, Sophia Bauer-Macaraeg and Yossel Fitzig. Born in Poland in 1924. Bill survived the Holocaust, as did Elsa, his wife of 67 years. They met in the days following liberation, and emigrated from Germany to the US in 1949, staying briefly with relatives on the East Coast, then moving to Pueblo, where Bill was soon employed at CF&I. The Klaiman Family enjoyed camping and fishing through the years, and Bill was always involved with building things and fixing anything broken. He was active in the Pueblo Jewish Community, volunteered to help seniors with their taxes and became active in Good Sams. He brought his energy and good nature to everyone he knew and will be sorely missed by family and friends. Graveside service, 11 a.m. TODAY, March 8, at B'nai Jacob Cemetery, 23 Montezuma, Pueblo. Go to website, www.montgomerysteward.com or call Montgomery & Steward at 542-1552 for directions. DIRECTIONS TO B'NAI JACOB CEMETERY: From I25 - take the 29th Street exit Head west on 29th Street (towards Sunflower Bank) Left on Elizabeth Street. Right on 24th Street Left on Montezuma & the cemetery is on the left hand side of the street.