Justin Klein obituaryIn Loving Memory…

Justin Andrew Klein

Justin Andrew Klein, 36, of Sedalia, went to be with the Lord Saturday, September 4, 2021, at Bothwell Regional Health Center, after a battle with COVID-19.

He was born March 25, 1985, in Sedalia, son of Timothy Klein and Debra (Vansell) Klein.

Justin was a 2003 graduate of Whittier High School. He was employed by Owens Corning and was a member of the Steel Workers Union.

Justin loved nothing more than being outside, whether gardening, fishing, mushroom hunting or helping his grandpa work on tractors. He enjoyed woodworking and took pride in the truck that he worked hard to buy. Justin always had a smile and was easy going and full of life. He had a lot of friends and was always there to help. He thought the world of his grandparents who helped raise him. He was an avid Buccaneers and Kansas Jayhawks fan. The love he and Raime had together was immeasurable.

Surviving are his beloved partner of eight years, Raime Bain; his father, Timothy Klein; his mother, Debra Klein; his grandfather, Andrew Klein; three sisters, April Norman, Amanda Knifong and Amy Knapp; his brother, Timmy Klein; several aunts; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Carol Klein; grandparents, Kenneth and Marcella Vansell; uncle, Steve Klein; and friend, Rusty Bain.

Funeral services will be held at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, September 8, 2021, at Heckart Funeral Home.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 p.m. until service time Wednesday at the funeral home.

Burial will be at a later date in Memorial Park Cemetery.

Honorary bearers will be Chris Salmons, Nick Davis, Nolan Smith, Jay Crum, J.R. Hicks, Mike Norman, Jeremy Boatman, Zach Nicholson and Stephen Phillips.

Memorial contributions are suggested to Boys and Girls Club.


13 Responses

  1. My prayers are with the family. Not only did I work with Justin I am close to the family. You will be missed greatly Justin, fly with the angels.

  2. I love you justin im going to miss you real bad. Im going miss all of our talks.out in the garage, you spent alot of time with alot of people in oir hangout. RIP Justin.

  3. I’m just so sorry to hear of another loss for the Klein family. Just know you are all in our prayers after this tragedy. May God help you find peace and healing. We love you.

  4. What can I say Justin you have always been a sweetheart your smile would light up a dark room or you could turn someone’s bad day into a good laugh your grandpa will miss you greatly whenever he spoke of you he would get a twinkle in his eye and a grin from ear to ear you was loved greatly by him and will be missed by so many I will miss your handsome smile and big hugs you have always had a special place in my heart

  5. So sorry to hear this. I spent many years with Justin lots of great memories between us and our friends. I always remained friends we always kept in contact. He most definitely has a heart of gold. Going to miss hearing from him now and then.

  6. This is so heartbreaking. Heaven has the sweetest Angel with a heart of gold. My family have known you for many years! I can still see this little blonde headed boy coming to my house to play. That smile with those dimples. Justin you will be greatly missed by so many. My condolences to your entire family💔

  7. We are so very sorry to hear of Justin’s passing. Our deepest sympathy & prayers to the Klein family.

  8. So sorry for your loss. You all are in our thoughts and prayers .

  9. A one of a kind, genuine great soul, just thinking about Justin and his personality makes me smile, God has him, he is in the best place he could ever be I truly believe, I wish more people were like Justin the world would be a much better place, I will miss him greatly, I honestly believe all the many people that knew him will forever miss this man. Goodbye Justin.

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