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Klaus F. Adensamer
March 31, 1933 - December 12, 2013
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<div itemprop="description">After a long struggle with cancer, in his 80th year, our beloved husband, father and grandfather was released of his suffering and taken to the Lord where he will have comfort and be reunited with those dear family members that went before him. He is survived by his loving wife Ursula, his son Raymond (wife Cindy), daughter Monica (husband Randy), grandchildren Cara, Stephanie, Jackson and Austin who all adore him, and sister-in-law Ingrid, who is a source of strength and encouragement. <br /> <br />Klaus immigrated to Canada in 1954 from Vienna, Austria. Started an instrumental panel company, Western Controls Inc. with Tom Hislop, that had great success for 25 years. During it&rsquo;s glory days, it employed upwards of 200 people and kept a friendly and family-type atmosphere. <br /> <br />He gave back to the community by becoming a Rotarian of the Rotary Club of Etobicoke, was awarded as a Paul Harris fellow, and instrumental in starting the successful Toronto Rotary Rib-fest. After his retirement, he became a member of the Combined Probus Club of North Oakville and used his computer talents by becoming the editor of its monthly newsletter, The Patter. He was very generous of his time and friendship and he loved being surrounded by family and friends. He enjoyed flying his twin-engine airplane, sailing in Georgian Bay, skiing and golfing in North America. <br /> <br />Special thanks to Dr. Keeton, Dr. Irish, Dr. Goldstein and St. Elizabeth Healthcare and the nurses for helping him throughout his illness. Many thanks to the extraordinary caring staff at the Ian Anderson House for easing Klaus&rsquo; final journey. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Ian Anderson House or the Princess Margaret Hospital. <br /> <br />A celebration of life be held at the Glen Oaks Memorial Chapel and Reception Centre, 3164 Ninth Line, (Dundas/403) Oakville on Friday, December 20, 2013 in the Chapel at 2 p.m. <br /> <br />Please take a moment to sign the online guestbook for the family.</div>