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August H. Kluge, 91

Framingham – August H. Kluge, 91, of Framingham and formerly of Watertown, died Wednesday Dec. 29, 2010. He was the devoted husband of the late Josephine (Mouthaan) Kluge, who died in 2007.

    Mr. Kluge was a registered professional engineer who designed jet engines and worked in the aero space industry throughout his career. He retired from General Electric of Lynn after over 20 years of service.

    He leaves his beloved children, Gerda Schrauwen and her husband, Ed, of  Lexington; Erica Den Hartog of Texas; Bud Kluge and his wife, Ellen, of  Southborough; and Augustine Percoco of Fla. He also leaves his grandchildren, Camille Scheinhaus and her husband, Alan; Carol Booth and her husband, John; Eric Schrauwen and his wife, Sophia; Michael Den Hartog and his wife, Holli; Danielle Den Hartog; Erica  Jane Kluge; Jonathan Kluge; and Matthew Kluge, as well as four great-grandchildren.

    A Mass of resurrection will be held Thursday Jan. 6, at 11 a.m., at St. Anne Church, 290 Jefferson Ave., Salem. Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Heart Assoc., 20 Speen St., Framingham, MA 01701 or St. Anne Church, 290 Jefferson Ave., Salem, MA 01970. Arrangements are under the direction of Morris Funeral Home of Southborough (Morrisfuneralparlor.com). 

 

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