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Jean Kline, the daughter of David and Tammy (Remboldt) Kline, was born June 9, 2012 at Jamestown Hospital, Jamestown, ND.  She was taken to be a heavenly angel on August 31, 2012 in Valley City, ND.  A memorial service will be held on Thursday, September 6th at 2:00 PM at the Lerud Schuldt Funeral Home Chapel.  Visitation will be held on Thursday one hour before the service at the funeral home.

Brooklyn’s’ mommy and daddy were so proud of her.  Her amazing smile could melt anyone’s heart.  She never fussed about anything, all she had to do was look at you with those big blue eyes and you were in love.  She loved it when people would admire her.  It was easy to tell because she always smiled when she heard someone say how cute she was.  She enjoyed being at work with her mommy.  Her face would light up when her daddy would sing her favorite song to her, the Miami Dolphins Fight Song.  Just looking at her would brighten your day.  She had the most infectious smile.  She was her mommies little pumpkin and her daddies little chipmunk, because of her chubby little cheeks.  Losing her has left a huge hole in the hearts of her mommy and daddy along with her brothers Zachary and Brian.

Brooklyn is survived by her parents, David and Tammy Kline; two brothers, Zachary and Brian Kline, all Valley City, ND; Grandmother, Diana Martin, Jamestown, ND; uncles, Terry Remboldt and Tom Remboldt, both Gackle, ND, Tim (Amy) Remboldt, Eldridge, ND, Boston (Starla Radtke) Kline, Jamestown, ND; aunt Kelli Kline, Fargo, ND; great aunts, Donna Seibold, Jamestown, ND, Darlene Farr, Federal Way, WA; cousins, Diamond Kline, VA, Alexis Kline, Jamestown, ND, McKenzie Remboldt, Eldridge, ND and Carson Radtke, Jamestown, ND; a special “grandpa”, John Brendmoen, Valley City, ND; numerous other family members

Brooklyn was preceded in death by her grandpa Irving Kline, grandparents Roger and Carol Remboldt and one uncle Todd Remboldt.

Funeral arrangements by the Lerud Schuldt Funeral Home of Valley City.  Online guestbook available at

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  1. alysha Reply

    May she rest in peace I know and belong to a support group in Fargo for parents of pregnancy and infant loss if you need more information add me of facebook alysha Ann oberlander

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