Alice M. Klingaman Wednesday, May 1, 1935 - Monday, June 19, 2017

Alice M. Klingaman, age 82, died Monday. She was a life resident of Canton, 1953 graduate of Canton South High School and a member of the Basilica of Saint John the Baptist, St. John’s Guild and the Democratic Women’s Club. Preceded in death by her husband, Paul R. Klingaman Sr., daughter, Jean Hudas, parents, John and Audrey Larsen, sisters, Dorothy Reikowski, Elizabeth Blackburn, Loreen Braucher and Kathy Winigman and brothers, John and David Larsen. Survived by daughter, Kay Isenbarg, sons, Chip (Toni) Klingaman, Mark (Brenda) Klingaman and Mike (Sherrie) Klingaman, son-in-law, Steve Hudas, 15 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and sisters, Mary Jane Wood and Nancy Salyers. Services will be Friday at 1 p.m. in the Lamiell Funeral Home with Father Thomas Bishop officiating. Burial will be in Saint John Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday from 6-8 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to American Legion Post 44.

Sincerest sympathies to the Klingaman family from the Stark County Democratic Party.

My sincere sympathy to you Kay and your family.  I hold wonderful memories of your mother.  I haven't forgotten the chore chart, singing with your mom to Tom Jones and Englebert Humperdinck while cleaning, and most of all her chocolate coconut cream pie.   I say a prayer the Lord watches over you and yours during this sad time.  Sincerely,  Laura Phillips McDonald

I was a friend of Alice all through grade & High School.She was one of the nicest person's that I've ever known. Sorry to hear of her passing and may she rest in peace now.will miss her at our monthly lunches.Our Blessings to the Family.  Dorothy Burris Ellenberger.

I will miss my Aunt Alice very much .

But she didn't have to shave us boys bald...

For all that she did for all of us kids swimming, mighty mite baseball, Growning up together and pulling us closer together as Family.

And for all the things she did to help to keep the Family Holidays together.

Thank you Aunt Alice you will be dearly missed !!!

Lots of great memories from the pool days at Menegay's in Lousiville!  She always opened her home and heart to the many children she babysat over the years. Uncle Arnold would have NEVER thought of taking his shirts to anyone else to have them cleaned and pressed. None of us will ever forget her swear jar from the restaurant days. She was a special lady to so many!