Silvia Christine Klink

October 30, 1968 - November 29, 2021

Silvia Christine Klink passed away on November 29, 2021 in her home in Kingwood, Texas, at the age of 53 years.

Silvia Klink was born on October 30, 1968 in Essen, Germany as a daughter of Siegfried Johannes Klink and Erika Maria Klink, born Schelle. She was the middle child between her older sister Isabel Soldanski, born Klink, and her younger brother, Robert Klink.

On March 23, 2001, she married her husband Matthias Walter Traugott Lietsch in Iserlohn, Germany and moved to their home in Kingwood, Texas in 2001. Silvia was a gifted journalist. Literature, art, jewelry making, traveling, gardening and cooking were her passions. Her ties and gathering with family and friends instilled deep joy to her soul. Her dachshunds Carly and Tyra were her whole pride and a big treasure of the heart.

Silvia Klink is survived by her husband Matthias Lietsch, her mother Erika Maria Klink, sister Isabel Soldanski and husband Andreas Soldanski, her brother Robert Klink, her niece and nephew Christina and Tim Soldanski, and mother in law Ursula Lietsch, and her sister in law, Antje Heine and husband Utz Heine and their children Eric and Katharina Heine.

May God protect and guide her soul, after a life that was cut much too short. May the archangels shield her on her ways from harm. May the living remember her kind and deep soul and shall her life inspire those, with whom she shared her time on earth!

 

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There will be a gathering of friends and family for Silvia on Saturday, January 15, 2022 at 10:00 am at Darst Funeral Home in the garden.

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One condolence on “Silvia Christine Klink”

Miyuki says:

Dear Silvia,
Your physical departure came all too sudden but your spiritual existence is still alive in our souls. Thank you for the warmth and laughter forever.

Dear Matthias,
You are a warrior who will keep on the good fight! This sad moment will become strength for the road you will keep paving.
God bless you and keep you safe and strong.

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