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Obituary Picture for Klaus Bertich

In Loving Memory

Bertich, Klaus

August 31, 1946 - January 15, 2024

In loving memory of Klaus Bertich (8-31-46 to 1-15-24).

Klaus Bertich, born on August 31, 1946, passed away peacefully on
January 15, 2024. He was the cherished son of the late Peter and
Katharina Bertich. Klaus leaves behind a legacy of love, survived by
his devoted wife, Annemarie Flesch, and their loving children,
Nicklaus (Kristina) Bertich and Elizabeth (Erik) Pemberton.

Klaus was a beloved Ota to Abigail Bertich, Matthew (Bayley) Johnson,
Ashley (Eric) Bastien, Nicklaus Bertich, Kaylee Johnson, and Andrew,
Joseph and Christopher Pemberton. Klaus’s warmth, wisdom, and humor
will be missed by all who had the honor of knowing him.

Instead of flowers, the family kindly requests considering a donation
to one of the following:

The Alzheimer’s Association

The Parkinson’s Association

The Society for the Blind


May Klaus’s legacy continue to shine brightly in our hearts.

Service of Kutis Affton Chapel 10151 Gravois. Visitation Saturday, January 27 1:00 PM until service at 4:00 PM. Interment at Jefferson Barracks Cemetery.


9 thoughts on “Bertich, Klaus”

  1. Annemarie,
    My deepest sympathies go out to you on the loss of your husband, Klaus. I will remember you in my prayers.
    Donna Becker Gallaher

  2. Annemarie
    I am so sorry for the loss of your husband Klaus. My prayers and thoughts are with you..
    Darlene Cova Boese

  3. I’m deeply sorry to hear about your husband‘s passing. Although I never had the chance to meet him, I can only imagine the wonderful memories you shared. Please know my thoughts are with you during this difficult time take care.

  4. He will always be Mr.Bertich to me. The funny man who gave us a kick in the pants when necessary. And was always there to keep an eye on us when we were teenagers, with his witty commentary. I remember him fondly.
    Your family will be in my prayers.


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