David's family is inviting friends and relatives to join his Funeral Service virtually via "Zoom" at 1:30 p.m., Monday, November 16, 2020.
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David D. Klingenberg, 75, of Hampton, Iowa, passed away Thursday, November 12, 2020, at his home in Hampton, surrounded by his family. He was born on September 20, 1945, in Greeley, Colorado, to Dean Harold and Betty Rose (Bohn) Klingenberg.
David graduated from Greeley Central and attended Westmar College. He was united in marriage to Janice K. Marchant on May 25, 1980, at St. John's Lutheran Church in rural Hampton.
David was a Milkman for Blue Bunny Dairy, he worked for Stonebrook's Greenhouse in Hampton and then he worked for Franklin County REC, until he retired. He was also a former volunteer firefighter.
David was a member of the Hampton Lions, Hampton Jaycees and the Hampton United Methodist Church. He enjoyed fishing, gardening, playing cards, wood working, cutting wood, feeding birds and was an avid trapper.
David is survived by his wife Janice of Hampton, son Jeffrey (Jennifer) Klingenberg of Spencer, daughter Karen Klingenberg of Pueblo, Colorado, step-son Jeffrey (Kimberly) Marchant of Indianola, step-daughter Tamara (Tom) Birdsell-Simpson, grandchildren Savannah, Haley, Blake, Aaron, Miranda, Austin, Ethan, Christian, Emma, Olivia, Addison, Summer, Cade and Thomas, great-grandchildren Liv, Ayden, Liam, Aylah, Ayvrie Jo and Louann, along with numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by his parents Dean and Betty, brother Daniel and sister Sandra Vannest.
Those in attendance will be required to wear a mask.
A public visitation will be held from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., Sunday, November 15, 2020, at the Sietsema Vogel Funeral Home in Hampton. Private family services will be held Monday. A memorial service will be planned in the future for family and friends. Burial will take place in the Hampton Cemetery.
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Hampton, IA 50441
Just learned of David's death. He was a wonderful classmate and loved by everybody who knew him at College High. We wrestled together and Dave always gave it all he had. Strong and kind always.
Dave was a classmate of mine at College High School in Greeley. We were on the football team together. He wad a great competitor, a very nice young man and a good friend sll our HS years. I sm very sorry to hear of his passing. He was a good person.
David was a prince of a man. He made a lasting impression on all who knew him, especially Dustin and me. Dustin often talks about David taking him trapping and just spending time with him. Hugs to all of you as you celebrate David and keep his memory in your hearts forever. love, debbie and dustin
Such a sweet man and a true friend to everyone.. I remember the Monday nights out after golf, and the ride on the Lady of the Lake. Such good memories. Cherish them, they are what will carry the family through these difficult times. Love, sympathy and prayers to the entire family.
I knew Dave way back at Fire Department picnics in the 70's. A friendly smile, gentle soul and a green pickup are the 3 things I think of when I remember Dave. My sympathies to his friends and family. He will certainly be missed.
Our thoughts, prayers & sympathy to Dave’s family.
So sorry to read about David. You have my sympathy . Prayers to you and your family. Carla Oleson
Our sympathy to your family, what a good friend Dave was.
Ed & Betty Etnier
Our hearts are breaking with the passing of Dave and the loss for your family. He is now at peace with no more suffering. We have shared many fun times together.. Ken and Jan Andrews