Mildred Klussmann

Mildred Smith Klussmann

October 11, 1916 - March 23, 2020
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Mildred “Millie” Smith Klussmann, 103, a lifelong resident of Annapolis, MD died at Brightview South River in Edgewater, MD on March 23, 2020. Born on October 11, 1916, in Annapolis, MD, she grew up on her family farm that is now the location of the Annapolis Mall.

Millie graduated from Annapolis High School and was employed as a secretary at Arundel High School, as well as being a homemaker. She was a longtime member of Edgewater United Methodist Church, the Ladies of the Elks, and a Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star. Millie was known for her great fashion and always matched from head to toe. She enjoyed walking the mall, watching Fox News, talking on the phone, loved to play the piano and sing hymns, traveling the world, going on cruises, and spending time with family and friends.

Millie was preceded in death by her husband of 34 years, Ed Klussmann and three siblings, Thomas and Warren Smith, and Mary Stallings. She is survived by her son, Artie (Susie) Beaulieu of Davidsonville, MD; a stepson, Bill Klussmann of Naples, FL; two nieces, Connie Spindle and Sally Amass; two granddaughters, Cindy Greenwell and Kimberly (Steven) Akers; six great-grandchildren, Cortney (Tim) Allen, J.C. (Ashley) Greenwell, Candyce Greenwell, Caitlyn Greenwell, Elizabeth Akers, and Joshua Akers; and two great-great-grandchildren, Riley Allen and Joel Greenwell, III. Services and interment are private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Edgewater United Methodist Church, 2764 Old Solomons Island Rd., Edgewater, MD 21037. Online condolence may be made by visiting the link on this page.
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Steven and Brenda Sears

Posted at 10:14am
Dear Artie, Susie, Connie and Sally,
We just learned of the passing of Millie. She was always dear to our hearts and my Dads' favorite cousin. An incredible Woman who touched so many lives. We were so happy that she was a part of ours.
With love and heartfelt sympathy, till we see her once again in Heaven.
God Bless,
Steve and Brenda Sears

Sally Amass

Posted at 01:41pm
We loved laughing together, bantering back and forth and most of all, spending time together. She was a very special person and will always hold a special place in my heart. Much love, Aunt Mil.

Kari Heward

Posted at 08:49pm
Mrs Klussman was one-of-a-kind! We loved her dearly at our JCPenney salon and I am going to miss spending time with her and doing her hair. I’ve known her since the 90’s so we go way back and I have so many memories to cherish. Her greatest treasures in her life were her Family and her Faith. I shared two pics from her 100th birthday at our Salon. Holding her family in our thoughts and prayers.

Barbara O'Neal

Posted at 07:46pm
Ms Millie you are my rock how can I go on without you,you helped me be a better person than I am and thought I could be ,we talked about about a lot of things, and you always said how much you cared and loved me for doing the things that I did for you,and that I did them because I did them because I wanted to do them not because I had to, I'm gonna miss our talks every day in the AM and afternoon before I left to go to home for the day and I looked forward to seeing you in the morning and spending time with you,you always said stay with me you wouldn't tell anyone and I would tell you if I could I would, I love you and miss you so much every day seems like it is harder to go on but you always told me that one day we would have to go on that you have had a great life , well like I said you will never be forgotten in my heart and soul and mind,love and miss you so much, I hope you will be my guardian angel I love you

Kakers Posted at 10:25pm


Diane and Daniel McPherson

Posted at 03:25pm
Our thoughts and prayers are with all of Mildred's family. She was such a kind person. Always had a smile for everyone.
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A Posted at 05:26pm

Thank you so much!!! ❤️❤️

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