ADELE C. (Comstock) KLOCK
Watertown Daily Times
Tuesday, December 7, 1993

Adele (Comstock) Klock, wife of Ivan Lewis Klock, (Jacob Merton Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Adam Klock, Adam Klock, Adam Johannes Klock, Adam Klock, Jacob Klock, Hendrick Klock)


LAFARGEVILLE -- Adele C. Klock, 71, Main Street, wife of Ivan Klock, died Monday at the House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown, after apparently suffering a heart attack.

The funeral will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Frederick Bros. Funeral Home, Theresa, with the Rev. Mark Pierce, pastor of the LaFargeville United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Grove Cemetery.

Calling hours will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Donations may be made to the LaFargeville Volunteer Ambulance Fund or to the Grove Cemetery Association.
Surviving besides her husband are three sons, Gary, Cuba, N.Y., and Craig and Kim, both of LaFargeville; two daughters, Yvonne Klock, Brick, N.J., and Mrs. Milton (Tamara) Alexander, Watertown; five grandchildren and four sisters, Romona Bretsch and Juanita Trask, both of Arizona, Mrs. Milton (Delores) VanBrocklin, Florida, and Mrs. John (Sylvia) Moteyunas, Central Square.

A sister, Averil McClure, died before her.

Born April 18, 1922, on Wellesley Island, daughter of Clarence and Nellie Foster Comstock, she graduated from Clayton High School and served in the Navy from 1941 to 1944.

Following her discharge, she attended the Syracuse Business School and worked in Syracuse and Ithaca before returning to LaFargeville in the late 1940s.

She married Ivan Klock on May 15, 1950, in the Lutheran Church in Whitesboro. The couple lived on Main Street in LaFargeville all their married life. They operated Klock's Mobil and Klock's Antiques at their home.

Mrs. Klock was a reporter for the Thousand Islands Sun. She was also a former tax collector and assessor for the town of Orleans.

She was a member of the LaFargeville United Methodist Church and the Grove Cemetery Association, serving as president of the cemetery association for 20 years.

She was also a member of the LaFargeville Grange, the Order of the Eastern Star and Klock-Smith American Legion Post 1788.

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