Brian Klotz Obituary, Death – Brian Klotz has died. After that, he found employment with Cummins Inc. in Jefferson, Louisiana, where he remained for the subsequent 15 years in the capacity of Inside Sales/Product Management Representative. Brian was a huge sports fan who followed a wide variety of teams and leagues and even occasionally wagered money on the outcome of games he watched. He rooted for the LSU Tigers and the New Orleans Saints with a great deal of fervor.
There are many people who will miss Brian very much, including his cherished parents, Calvin B. Klotz, Jr. and Paula Jane Northcott Klotz, as well as his brother Jason B. Klotz and his sister Lydia Jane Klotz Parish and their respective husbands. In addition, Brian is greatly loved by his grandparents, Calvin B. Klotz, Sr. and Paula Jane Northcott Klotz. Mary-Camila Klotz, Abel Bernard Klotz, Amelia Rose Klotz, and Gladys Jane Parish are some of the people who are able to carry on his legacy after his passing. His loving nieces and nephews are also among those who are able to do so.
Before he was born, both of his sets of grandparents—those on his mother’s side, Lanny and Jane Northcott, and on his father’s side, Calvin and Margaret Klotz—had passed away. Brian was brought into the world on November 18th, 1979 in the city of Baton Rouge, which is located in the state of Louisiana. 1997 was the year that he graduated with his high school graduation from Archbishop Rummel High School, which was situated in the city of Metairie in the state of Louisiana. During his tenure at the school, he was a member of both the Raider Swim Team and the Raider Band. He was a drummer in the Raider Band. After completing his high school education, he went on to further his education at LSU and eventually graduated from the University of New Orleans with a degree in Business Administration.