Charles Klein (1939 -
Virginia Ann Callum (1938 -
William Charles4 Klein (Joseph Ferdinand3, Nicholas2, Jean Nicolas1) was born 22 December 1939 at St. Nicholas hospital, Sheboygan, Sheboygan County, Wisconsin, the son of Joseph Ferdinand and Lorraine Marcella (Hubing) Klein. His birth is recorded in Sheboygan County birth records, v 95, p 235.
He married Virginia Ann "Ginny" Callum 21 December 1963 at St. Rose Roman Catholic church at 30th Street and Michigan Avenue, Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. Reverend John J. Clark presided. Witnesses were Thomas John Klein and Charlotte Mankowski Clark. See the marriage records of the church. Also see Milwaukee County marriage records, v ___, no. ____.
She was born 2 April 1938 at Fort Atkinson General hospital at Fort Atkinson, Jefferson County, Wisconsin, the daughter of Otto Albert and Gertrude Viola (Sery) Callum. Her birth is recorded in Jefferson County birth records, v 27, p 313.
Bill graduated from Port Washington high school at Port Washington, Ozaukee County, Wisconsin in June 1957. He received his bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the college of liberal arts, Marquette University, Milwaukee in August 1961. He graduated from Marquette University's school of medicine in June 1965 and served as an intern at Wadsworth Veterans Administration hospital, West Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California for a year. He took his residency in radiology at Yale-New Haven hospital, New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut for three years. He was chief resident in his last year and was also an instructor in radiology at Yale University school of medicine.
He served in the United States Air Force as chief of the department of radiology at Chanute Air Force hospital, Rantoul, Champaign County, Illinois for two years and was discharged with the rank of captain on 2 July 1971.
He then became an assistant professor of radiology at Medical College of Wisconsin (formerly the Marquette University school of medicine) and staff radiologist at Milwaukee County General hospital, Wauwatosa. In July 1973, he joined Sheer, Ahearn and Associates at Tampa, Hillsborough County, Florida, as a radiologist. He is now chief executive officer of the group.
Ginny graduated from Fort Atkinson high school in June 1956 and attended Marquette University's college of liberal arts where she received her bachelor of arts degree in English and philosophy in 1960. She attended graduate school at Marquette the following year and then taught mathematics in the Milwaukee public schools for three years. She received her master of science degree in English at Southern Connecticut State College, New Haven, in 1969.
The Kleins reside in Odessa, Florida.
The Kleins have three children: