Mr. Kim K. Klock, 64, passed away Monday, March 21st, at Summit Village in Watertown, where he resided.
There will be a Celebration of Life at a time and place to be announced in the Summer. A burial will be held at Grove Cemetery in LaFargeville.
Kim was born April 23rd, 1957, in Alexandria Bay, the son Ivan and Adele (Dale) Comstock Klock. He graduated from LaFargeville High School in 1976.
In his younger years Kim worked for Chalks Marina in Fishers Landing, he then worked for the Town of Orleans Highway Department. His most recent employment was for New York State Parks and Recreation in general maintenance, working in many areas, until becoming disabled following an ATV accident.
He was a member of the Sons of the American Legion Klock-Smith Post 1788. Also, a longtime member of the Long Lake Hunting Club in Harrisville.
Kim enjoyed four-wheeling, snowmobiling, working on all types of motors, hunting, and boating. He really enjoyed socializing with his friends.
Surviving are two sisters, Tamara Klock of Calcium, and Yvonne Klock and her partner Addison Wardwell of New Jersey; two brothers and their wives, Craig (Lori) of LaFargeville, and Gary (Nancy) of Cuba, N.Y.; one Aunt, Ramona Comstock of Arizona; cousins, niece and a nephew.
Donations can be made in his name to the LaFargeville American Legion Klock-Smith Post 1788, NYS Route 180, LaFargeville, N.Y. 13656.
I am deeply saddened with Kim’s passing. We were friends since the mid 1970s when he worked at Chalks marina. He was always someone that made you laugh and we had many great adventures either snowmobiling or racing boats on the river. Just a great guy and he will be surely missed. So rest in peace my friend and I hope someday our paths will cross again. Godspeed. Chip Raymer from the Lake of The Isles.
Leslie Brown Varner
My condolences to the Klock family. I am so sorry to hear of Kim’s passing.
Steven L Ashcraft
We all at Summit miss him. He was a great friend to all. I will miss our nascar Sunday .
my condolences to the klock family ,i had alot of memories with kim at the marina,sundays on the river he will be missed
Condolences to the Klock family Kim will be missed
Condolences to the Klock family. Had not seen Kim in years but remember him as being a great guy and a good friend to all.RIP Kim
I met Kim while working at the summit. He was a friend to many and loved being outside when weather permitted. RIP Kim
My sympathy to the Klock family. Kim was a very nice guy. My family really liked him a great deal. My Dad in particular really enjoyed talking with him. When I was in college, a friend and I broke down near his home. He helped us get on the road again and wouldn’t take any pay. That is the kind of guy he was. The world needs more kind acts like that. Rest in Peace, Kim.
Scott A. Link
Marie W Ebbing
So sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. Everyone knew all the Klock’s and such a special family.
Thinking of you;
Marie White Ebbing