Stephen Kloton

Stephen P Kloton

Wednesday, July 2nd, 1958 - Thursday, April 30th, 2020
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Stephen P. Kloton, 61 of Ridley Twp., Milmont Park, PA, died Thursday April 30,2020 in his home.

Born in Darby, PA he was the son of the late Steven J. and the late Elenita (Riedel) Kloton.
He was a 1976 graduate of St. James High School in Chester PA. He lived in Milmont Park for 61 years, in 3 homes on the same street, 2 of which he built. He was married to his wife, Lorraine, for 36 years.

Steve was a carpenter for over 40 years, having built many homes and decks in the Delaware County area. Most recently, he was employed by Springfield Hospital.

For many years, Steve enjoyed attending his two sons' hockey games. His interests included fishing the back bay in Sea Isle City, cooking and smoking meats. He loved spending time with friends in his “man cave” with a fire going and watching the Eagles games.

Steve owned every tool and gadget imaginable and was always ready and willing to help others with every project.

Survived by his wife: Lorraine E. (Nemchik) Kloton and two sons: Matthew P. Kloton and Andrew S. Kloton, His Brother Rev Michael Kloton and his sisters Kathleen Kloton, Eileen Stufflet and Rosemarie DiMondo.

Due to the current restrictions, services will be privately held.

In lieu of flowers memorial donation to:

Penn Medicine Abramson Cancer Center

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Lyn, Joe, Vicky and Andy

Posted at 11:25am
Sent with love and remembrance,
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Beth Hayes

Posted at 06:44pm
"Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; Love leaves a memory no one can steal" My sincere sympathy to you and your sons.
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Lisa Thornburg and Family

Posted at 03:01pm
Dear Lorraine, I was so sad to hear of Steves passing. Sending you lots of love and prayers for peace in this tough, tough time.
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Tony DiLucido

Posted at 11:19am
Photo of Steve with home built a snow plow using his lawnmower. Steve used the plow to remove snow at my parent’s home in January 1976. He way always willing to help someone.

John Mooney

Posted at 12:41pm
On behalf of the St. James High School Alumni Association, I extend our deepest sympathies and prayers on your loss. The Alumni Association will remember Stephen at their annual Memorial Mass.

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