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Jacqueline A. Kleiman

October 10, 1933 — November 11, 2022

Jacqueline A. Kleiman, 89, formerly of Camp Hill, went to Heaven on Friday, November 11, with her daughters, Jamie and Jill by her side at Bethany Village, Lower Allen Twp.

Jackie graduated from Lemoyne High School, Class of 1952, after graduating from Business School she worked as a legal secretary until her girls were born. She returned to the workforce when her girls were older.

Jackie loved being a mother and spent as much time as possible with “her girls”. Every holiday was spent with her family. Devin and Cameron, her local grandchildren, had a very special and close relationship with “Grammy”. She and her husband, Dick took them to wonderful places and taught them so much. Jackie was an avid gardener. She was passionate about art, animals and dancing. Her love of travel took her and Dick to many places around the world. In their later years the two spent the winters in Palm Desert California with many of their friends. They loved dancing and big band events. Jackie was involved in many charities and was a generous donator to animal shelters. She was a member of Beta Sigma Phi for over fifty years and made many lifetime friends through her sorority. She was also a Silver Sneaker, performing at many nursing homes for the residents.

Born on October 10, 1933, in Wilkinsburg, PA, Jackie was the daughter of the late Walter H. and Dorothy A. (Brown) Reamer. She was the widow of M. Richard Kleiman, her beloved husband of over forty years, and was also preceded in death by a sister, D. Virginia Johnson.

Surviving are her daughters, Jamie L. Hoffman (David Killian) of Carlisle, and Jill A. Marshall of Shermans Dale; a stepson, David Kleiman (Suzie) of CA; a stepdaughter, Stephanie Kleiman of Hawaii; three grandchildren, Devin, Cameron and Liam; extended family members and Jay Marshall of Florida, father of “the girls”.

Services will be private at the convenience of the family. In her honor and in lieu of flowers, please consider contributing to any animal rescue of your choice.


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