Arlene Victoria Klott

Arlene Victoria Klott, 80, of Sterling Heights, MI, passed away on April 9, 2020 from complications related to COVID-19.

Beloved wife of the late Arnold Klott for 50 years. Cherished mother of Brian (Alison), Jeff (Lisa) and Scott (Mary). Proud and loving grandmother of Kara Farley (Joseph), Kameron (Anastasia), Alec, Emily, Emma and Joseph, and great grandmother of Jonathan, Olivia and Scarlett.

Arlene was born in Detroit, MI to Frank and Charlotte Skupny (Stankiewicz) on October 10, 1939. She is predeceased by her brother, Harvey, and survived by her brother, Thomas. She graduated from St. Thomas Apostle High School in Detroit, MI and married Arnold on June 30, 1962. She loved getting together with family and friends, especially seeing her grandchildren. Whether playing cards or boardgames, going out for an ice cream, or watching a game or recital, Grandma was always ready to join in on the fun. She will be dearly missed by all who her knew her.

Services will be held at a later date.

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  1. Patti and Mike Berg

    Arlene was our neighbor in Sugar Springs. She and Arnie were very welcoming when Mike and I bought our cottage 22 years ago there! I posted that she passed in our Facebook Group Sugar Springers many offered condolences to her beloved family!

  2. Denise Biernat Salminen

    So sorry to hear that Arlene passed away under such unforeseen circumstances. She was my first cousin and godmother. I was the flower girl at her wedding. My thoughts and prayers go out to your entire family.

  3. I loved my sister very much. She was a very loving sister throughout my life, even though there was an over 10 year age difference between us. She took me to see Soupy Sales at Edgewater Park in Detroit. When we watched American Bandstand together w Dick Clark, she used to play w her socks and pretend they were puppets. I loved her very much, she was a loving sister all the way to the end when a wonderful nurse held the phone to her head late about 10pm on Sat April 4th while I was sitting in the Hosp parking lot and I told her I loved her and no one was going to hurt her and she calmed down and said ok… ok and I knew she understood me. I will cherish this forever…
    I loved you very much, Arlene. The best sister a guy could have…
    Your brother, Tom

  4. Noel Baril and Jeff Tranchida

    Our condolences and thoughts are with the entire family. We know she will rest peacefully.

  5. Tom, Chris Nellenbach and family

    Sending our deepest sympathy to your entire family. Our prayers will be with yiu during this difficult time.

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