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Scott Klopfleisch, 63, of Brashear, TX passed away at his home with family by his side on Wednesday, October 14, 2020 from pancreatic cancer.
He was born on November 15, 1956 in Celina, OH to Gustov and Betty (Beougher) Klopfleisch. He graduated from Celina High School in 1975 and went on to earn his bachelor’s degree from Bowling Green State University in 1980. He married March 7, 1981 to Rebecca (Phillips) Klopfleisch. They were together for 42 years. She survives along with their three children: Aaron Klopfleisch of Brashear, TX, Sarah (Chris) Carnes of Terrell, TX, and Kristen (Patrick) Brown of Howe, TX; three grandchildren: Addison Klopfleisch, Noah Brown and Cheyenne Brown; two sisters: Lori (Tim) Thwaits of Carey, OH and Karla (Doug) Smith of Celina, OH; niece: Kendal (Graham) Helmlinger of Jackson Center, OH; nephew: Damon Smith of Celina, OH; and great-nephew: Rowan Helmlinger.
Scott and Rebecca relocated to Dallas, TX in March 1981. He spent 30 years in the corporate world working as an accountant and business consultant/senior director. He enjoyed camping with this family, hunting with his close friends, watching NASCAR races on the weekends as well as being an animal lover. He spent time traveling and especially enjoyed all the trips home to spend time with family in Ohio. Family was everything to Scott as he always put family first. He had a strong faith in God and strived to live by His word.
He was loved and respected by his family along with many friends and co-workers through the years. We are all saddened and devastated by his passing. He left us too soon and will be missed by all.
He is preceded in death by his parents: Gustov Klopfleisch and Betty (Klopfleisch) Hainline; grandparents: Gail and Osie Beougher as well as Gustov and Emma Klopfleisch; aunt and uncle: Carl and Odessa Klopfleisch and uncle: Wayne Heckler, all of Celina, OH.
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