In Memory

John Klopp

John Klopp

DOB:  7/2/49

DOD:  2/3/18

John David Klopp was loved and adored by his wife of 49 ½ years, Linda Heuer. His Children loved and admired him.

John had retired from 37 years of working on and inspecting airplanes for our U.S.A. military. Over 20 of those years were at Truex Air field in Madison, Wisconsin.

John was a wonderful sketch artist and painter and his printing was extraordinary.
On retirement he kept his wife by his side and traveled all around the United States.

His children are John Von Klopp(Renee) from Sun Prairie, JoLinda Klopp (Lynn) from Milwaukee, Mervina Klopp from Edgerston, and C.E. Monse Klopp from Madison. His five cherished grandchildren are Austin, Anja, Courtney, Bethany and Reja.
John died after a short illness in Las Vegas, Nevada with his wife by his side.

He was born on July 2, 1949 and raised by his parents Casl and Elsie in Shawtown (Eau Claise) Wisconsin. His death was February 3, 2018. John is with Jesus.

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02/08/18 07:11 PM #1    

Dan Hall

Sad to hear of John's family's loss.  Sounds like John lived a good and honorable life.  I especially appreciate the last line of his obiturary. How wonderful to have the assurance that he is united with Jesus and will be reunited with his loved ones.  God's peace and comfort to his survivors. 

02/08/18 07:56 PM #2    

Lila Stevens (Chamberlain)

I remember John well.  I went to the funeral home website and posted our sympathies to LInda and his family He married Linda Heuer, graduate of 1968, Memorial. 

02/08/18 08:04 PM #3    

Ron Halpern


Ron HalpernI did not know John, and I am the poorer for that. We were all special, the greatest and the least of us. John's passing that emphasizes how dear life is and how our days at Memorial we're both collectively special and deeply personal. When one of us passes, we all lose a piece of our history and, yes, a piece of the soul of who we were and are. My deepest condolences. May his family find joy in the wholeness and richness of the life that led, and held dear, together.


02/08/18 08:38 PM #4    

Jean Behnke (Wisnewski)

Sorry to hear of the loss of another classmate. It sounds like John led a good life with people who loved him. Thouhts and prayers to family and friends.  R.I.P.

02/08/18 09:47 PM #5    

Steve Engedal

So sorry to hear about John.  We have known each other since grade school down in Shawtown.  I wish we 

would stayed closer thru High School but it did not work out that way.  I too am very glad to read the last words 

that he was a believer in Christ.  Enjoy John...

02/09/18 03:07 PM #6    

Dave Jopke

I remember John well from our  Shawtown days. He was a great guy and my thoughts go out to his family.

02/10/18 07:41 AM #7    

Jean Berg (Gfall)

I too remember John as Steve and Dave and I all went through My. Washington and Jr. High and Memorial together. My memories of him are of a kind, quiet guy with a shy smile that crept on to his face often. My thoughts and prayers for comfort go to his Linda and his family.

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