Michael Steven Kloes

May 1, 1962 ~ December 25, 2012

Michael Steven Kloes, 50, of Hills, MN, unexpectedly died at home, Tuesday, December 25, 2012.

Funeral services will begin at 10 am, Saturday, December 29, 2012 at Faith United Presbyterian Church, in Brandon, with Pastor Chuck Asche officiating. Interment will follow at the Pleasant View Cemetery in Valley Springs. Full Military Honors will follow. Visitation will begin Friday, December 28, 2012, at 4pm until 7pm at Heartland Funeral Home.

Michael Steven Kloes was born May 1, 1962, on a military base in Germany to Paul and Evelyn (Volberg) Kloes. Michael moved around a lot because of his families’ military background but in 1980, he graduated from Clovis High School in New Mexico. In 1981, Michael joined the US Navy. In 1985, after an accident that broke his back, Michael was honorably discharged. He moved to Sioux Falls to be with his children. On July 29, 2006, Michael married Sheri Roseboom. He worked for the VA in food service and also drove for Yellow Cab for eight years.

Michael was a tinkerer and enjoyed working on cars, making music boxes, wood working crafts, and constructing model cars. He also enjoyed VW Bugs and playing monopoly with his family. On most weekends, Michael and Sheri could be found at the races cheering on their favorite drivers. Michael also was an active member of Faith United Presbyterian Church and the El Riad Shrine in Sioux Falls for several years.

Michael will be deeply missed by his wife Sheri, two children; Jason (Jessi) Kloes, Yokuska, Japan and April (Aaron) Skinner of Sioux Falls, five grandchildren; Braxtan, Cardon, Dylan, Heather, and Alyson; his parents; Evelyn Kloes, Liberty, SC, and Paul Kloes, Pittsburg, PA; and two sisters; Kim Kloes, Palm Bay, FL, and Rosemary (Bo) Mackey, Liberty, SC.

4 Responses to “Michael Steven Kloes”

  • melissa shrieves:

    Dear Kloes Family,

    Michael will be deeply be missed by all of us. Sorry for your loss. Love you all

  • Rich & Judy Hawe:

    The family of Micheal you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Don Anderson:

    Mike’s family
    I have known Mike for many years from knowing him thru the VA Hospital, when he was driving for Yellow Car and he would pick up my daughter from our home and take her to school, to the time that he spent at Killion Community College when he and my daughter were attending school there. Mike was always concerned about other people, everytime I visited with him, he would always ask how my daughter was doing and telling me to greet her. Mike will be deeply missed, you are in my family thoughts and prayers.

  • Randy & Glenda Hecht:

    Our thoughts and Prayers to the Kloes family. Mike will be dearly missed by so many. Rest in Peace Mike. Will miss talking to you.

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