She found her way to these United States from Germany. One of the few bright spots of WWII is Klara met a Polish gentleman, the late Antoni, who was displaced during the war. They fell in love, married and relocated to the U.S, to start a new life. They lived for some years in Camden before they relocated to Delran. She was a hard worker, spending many a year in factories in Camden. She took some years off to raise her kids and then returned to Macmillans’ where she packed books. She was a great mom who instilled in her children the love of family, friends, life and travel.
Klara raised quality children. She did some baking: her cakes were great, cookies a little dry, but everyone loved them just the same. She loved the sounds of Germany and Poland (everything from Strauss Waltzes to Polka), did a little gardening and enjoyed Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy. Upon her retirement, Klara and Antoni traveled and met wonderful friends. Klara reached a great age of 93 before leaving this earth behind to rejoin her husband and parents in heaven. She is survived by her children, Susan Kolasa-McDevitt and Stanley (Maureen); a granddaughter, Lindsay (Nate) Pietsch and a great granddaughter, Isabel. Viewing and Burial services are private. Prayers and thoughts are welcome.