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Loland Shane Klundt

December 26, 1956 — December 30, 2023

Hagerman, ID


L. Shane Klundt of Hagerman, ID passed away in the early hours of December 30th holding the hand of his one and only true love, after a long and courageous battle with diabetes. Shane was born in the early hours of December 26th, 1956, to Flame and George Klundt.  He was raised in Twin Falls attending Lincoln Elementary where he made many lifelong friends.  He went on to meet the love of his life and soul mate “Julie” in the nineth grade at Robert Stuart.  Who knew this would embark on a journey of a lifetime of undying love and companionship. He continued to attend Twin Falls High School, where he played football and graduated in 1975. "Go Bruins!".  In June of 1976 he married the love of his life and high school sweetheart Julie A. McMurdie. To that union their children were born, Travis and Theresa.  They were his pride and joy, everything and every accomplishment was for his family, they were what he lived and breathed for.  He was the “rock” in our little family.  He later went on to attend CSI and Boise State University obtaining a degree in Plumbing.  He soon became a Plumbing Contractor for which he built a successful business for 40 years.  Through his business he developed many relationships that lasted to the end.  During his younger years he loved coaching his daughter’s softball teams from T-ball to Jr. Highschool.  He talked about those years until the day he passed and the joy it brought him and the little girls he was able to inspire and guide.  Shane also enjoyed playing softball and you would often find him on the field playing in the evenings.  Some teammates would say he was the “home run king”.  Shane was also his son’s number one fan of all of Travis’ sporting activities from baseball, basketball, wrestling, track, and football. He was so proud of his sons’ abilities and accomplishments.  He had an undying passion for hunting and fishing and loved to share this with his family and friends.  So many memories have been embedded in the hearts of those that shared this with him forever. Later he was blessed with his grandchildren, and they became his shining stars.  He enjoyed attending as many as possible of their activities, events, sports, and other accomplishments.  He would light up the room talking about them and how he loved them so very much.  Retiring to his little piece of heaven and kingdom in Hagerman was what he always wanted.  His amazing view of the valley was as far as the eye could see.  This is the place where he spent his final years fishing and hunting, and at peace with his family and close friends.   Shane is survived by his wife and love of 47 years, Julie, his son Travis Klundt, daughter Theresa (Jeremy) Caywood, Grandchildren, Hudson, McCoy and Mckinlay Klundt, and Gauge Caywood.  Brothers Kody (Cindy) Klundt, Waylon (Kay) Klundt, Sister-in-laws Patti Keene and Theresa Tamez, and numerous nieces and nephews.  Preceding him in death are his parents George and Flame Klundt.  A special thank you to his three most amazing nurses of whom he loved, Amanda, Karamee, and Mellisa.  Friends Dean & Corey Reddick, Loni & Sandy Tate and many more are not mentioned.  Until we meet again, know you are always in our hearts, loved, and missed deeply.  A memorial service will be held on Tuesday January 9, 2024 at 2pm at Rosenau Funeral Home, 2826 Addison Ave E.

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Memorial Service

Tuesday, January 9, 2024

2:00 - 3:00 pm (Mountain time)

Rosenau Funeral Home & Crematory

2826 Addison Ave E, Twin Falls, ID 83301


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