Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 2:00 PM
Paperman & Sons
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Monday, March 19, 2018
His daughter's home, 352 Kensington Ave., Westmount, H3Z 2H3
|Shiva Details:||Shiva hours: from 1:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m.|
|Cemetery:||Shaar Hashomayim Cemetery|
|Donations:||The Hebrew Free Loan Association of Montreal, (514) 733-7128, or to the “Klag Family Fund” c/o of the MAB-Mackay Foundation, (514) 488-0043, ext.:1406, or to the Congregation Shaar Hashomayim, (514) 937-9471.|
Debi Rosenthal - 7 days ago
Dear Malvina and family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your beloved father, he sounds like he was a very special man, may he rest in peace and may you service comfort from your beautiful family at this difficult time
Evelyn and Phil Gold - 8 days ago
Dear Malvina and family, Our heart felt condolences on the loss of your father. We hope that your good memories of him will help you through this difficult time.
Neomi Kronish - 8 days ago
malvina, I just found out that your father passed away. My condolences. Although I never got the donor of meeting your father, I am sure he was a wonderful person. Keep his memory in your heart
Lila and Nathan brotman - 8 days ago
Dear Alan & Brenda and Family, Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved father and grandfather. May you be spared further sorrow.
Deborah Corber - 9 days ago
Malvina, my deepest sympathies to you on the loss of your beloved father. He was an exceptional man and his passing will no doubt leave a deep void in your lives. I hope that you will be comforted by a lifetime of cherished memories and the love of your precious family.
Linda Stern - 10 days ago
Dear Malvina, Andrew and Family. My sympathies to you at this time on your loss. May you hold your memories close. Linda Stern
Joyce Cohen - 10 days ago
Dear Malvina and family, please accept my deepest condolences on your loss.
Marlene Tash - 10 days ago
To the entire Klag family, heartfelt condolences on the passing of Leo, a very special person – kind, gentle, and with a wonderful sense of humour. Leo and our late father, Bernard Tash, were interned together as enemy aliens when they arrived in Quebec in 1940, when they were trying to escape from the Nazis. May his memory be for a blessing. Marlene Tash (Mississauga, Ontario) & Seymour Tash (Montreal)
Cliff Moss - 10 days ago
Dear Alan and the entire Klag family, I remember fondly when we were all much younger and living on McAlear, visiting at your house and your Dad was always in his chair in the living room reading and he would look up and engage me on the issues of the day. Your Dad was a gentleman, scholar and a real mensch. My condolences on your loss.
Marvin& Harriet Corber - 10 days ago
Dear Malvina and Andrew: Although we are out of town and unable to pay our respects in person, we extend to you and your family our heartfelt condolences and wish you long life, filled with good health and comforting memories of your beloved father.
Bettina Wittneben - 10 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina and Andrew, I am very sad to hear that your father passed away. I will greatly miss his words of wisdom and gentle humour. I have learned so much from him. I wish you strength through this difficult time. Kind regards, Bettina (UK)
Elaine and Alan Brotman - 10 days ago
Dear Alan, Brenda, Noah, Josh and Family, We are truly sorry for your loss, and know Leo will be greatly missed. We hope your many fond memories will always put a smile on your face and help you get through this very sad time. With Love, Elaine and Alan, Lewis Oliver and Harris.
Lisa Singer Miller - 10 days ago
Dear Malvina, Andrew and Family, I will always fondly remember Leo exclaiming with a smile “Getting old is not for sissy’s!” That was Leo, a warm, wise, witty and generous gentleman who had a wonderful sense of humour. Our family has cherished spending Holidays, Shabbats, and simcha together. He left a meaningful impression on our children and he will be sadly missed by everyone of us. Farrel joins me in extending our heartfelt condolences to you all. Wishing you strength during this difficult time. Lisa and Farrel Miller
Shelley Hosat Cohen - 11 days ago
My sincere condolences to all on Leo's passing. I have seen neither Leo or Suzanne in many many years as I moved West in 1990. Both were close friends of my late mother Celia Rostoker Millman & my late uncle Willy Rostoker. I have very fond memories of his gentle & kind demeanour. Shelley (Calgary)
The Cahana Family - 11 days ago
In conversation, Leo put forth a message that memorialized those who perished in the Holocaust, while celebrating the strength of the human spirit. He was a refined and eloquent man of wisdom. We are saddened by this loss and know that you, Malvina, Andrew, Liya, Ryan and Jessie along with the rest of your family, will embody his spirit in your lives. Karen, Ronnie, Sapira and the Cahana Family
Benjamin Trossman - 11 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina, Alan & families My deepest sympathies on Leo's passing. He was a good person who treated everyone decently and with respect. I knew Leo my whole life and worked with him for 18 years. He was a treasure trove of knowledge. A real mensch. The world is a sadder place with his passing. May you be spared and further sorrow. Benjie
Marianne Constantine - 11 days ago
To the Klag family: My late husband Morty Constantine and Leo enjoyed many lively discussions in the exercise room of the Cummings Centre, as well they recommended to each other and exchanged cantorial music and operatic discs . Leo never complained about his fragile strength but was obviously not too happy about his failing eyesight ,yet he came every week happy to do some exercise and cheerfully chat . Very kindly he called our home to ask about my husband and continued to call now and then to see how I was was getting on. The last time I spoke to Leo was just about two weeks ago. I shall miss his presence and will not forget his kindness, his sincere interest in my children and grand children , his intelligent observations . A real gentleman a true"mensch" touched our lives.
Elaine Kronish - 11 days ago
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Dale Boidman - 11 days ago
Dear Malvina and family, please accept my sympathy on the passing of your father. I remember you talking about what an important person he was in your life. BDE Dale
Marvin Birnbom - 11 days ago
My sympathies to the family.
Rhonda Herman - 11 days ago
Dear Suzanne Malvina & family On behalf of the volunteers of Meals on Wheels Shaar Hashomayim allow me to express my sincere sympathy on the passing of wonderful mensch Your beloved father Leo. He also had a smile and humour to help us through life challenges always concerned for his beloved wife. May these pleasant memories ease you through this difficult mourning period.May he rest in eternal peace.
Familie Wittneben - 11 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina and Andrew with family, we can't tell you how sad we are hearing that Leo died. We will miss his future telephone calls on Christmas, what he did for many years and he called me his "Volksgenosse". He kept always his unbelievable humor inspite of his difficult and painfull life. He used to have sayings in German full of wit and esprit. Unforgettable is our common visit to Berlin couple of years ago when we learned a lot of Jewish life and history and the worst time in Germany's past. Family Wittneben, Germany
Mona Gold Steinberg - 11 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina, Alan, and families, I am so sad to hear this news. Your father was alwys so kind and sweet, he had a smile for everyone. I am so sorry for your loss, but what a life he lived! May you find comfort in each other during this difficult time. His memory will always be a blessing. I haven't seen all of you in many years, since we lived across the street on McAlear. I hope that you are well and find the strength you need to get through this together. B D E.
ann singer - 11 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina, Andrew and family, my deepest condolences on the loss of Leo, he was a real gentleman.
Moatti Family - 11 days ago
We were so sad to hear that Leo had passed. We were touched by his kindness, intelligence, and interest in the people around him. He served many people, by teaching about the Holocaust and his experiences. His loss is enormous and we wish you peace at this most difficult time. With love, Vivian, Michel, Alexander, and Charles
Marc Lavoie - 12 days ago
Malvina et Alan, Mes plus sincères sympathies. Votre père était une personne hors de l'ordinaire. Il m'a beaucoup appris. Je l'aimais beaucoup. Il va me manquer.
Lois Lieff - 12 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina and Andrew, Liya, Ryan and Jessie, Thinking of you with deepest sympathy on the passing of your beloved Leo. May your special memories of his remarkable life be a source of strength at this sad time. Leo left a lasting impression on all whose lives he touched. Y'hi zichro baruch - his memory will always be a blessing. Snookie
Lois Lieff - 12 days ago
Dear Suzanne, Malvina and Andrew, Liya, Ryan and Jessie,
Debbie and Michael Ruckenstein - 12 days ago
Dear Malvina, Alan and families, We are so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved father. May you find strength and comfort in the many years of memories together. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Debbie and Michael Ruckenstein
Leah Tessler - 12 days ago
Dear Alan, Brenda, Noah and Josh. Leo Klag was a lovely, gentle, and kind man. We know he will be greatly missed. You are all in our thoughts. Leah, Rup, Jacob and Aron.
Sharron Lipson - 12 days ago
To the entire Klag family my sincere condolences to all of you on the loss of your father/husband and grandfather. I will always have fond memories of Mr. Klag growing up. Wishing you all a long and healthy life.
Linda Greiss - 12 days ago
To the Klag Family: My sincere condolences on the passing of Leo. I am a volunteer on Thursdays at the MAB day centre, and always enjoyed hearing the stories he told. He was a very "special man" and he will be missed.
Shelley & Howard Diamond - 12 days ago
Malvina and Andrew and family, we send you our deepest condolences on your loss. May you be spared any further sorrows.
Raizel Candib - 12 days ago
Dear Malvina, Alan and families,I remember your father very fondly both as a parent when I was a teacher at Wagar High School and as a good friend of Helen and Moshe Katz z”l. He shared many of his wartime experiences with me and especially the irony of being interned as an enemy alien in Quebec when trying to escape from the Nazis. He was a highly intelligent man. May his good name be a blessing. Raizel Candib