Ollie Klein

Ollie Klein of Coatesville, New Jersey, Passed Away on November 10, 2022 at the Age of 10

Ollie Klein passed away at age 10 on November 10, 2022 and was left behind to his parents David Klein and Kimberly Klein as well as one sister Kadence Klein as well as his grandparents.

He was also renowned as an artist, having shown his works at various international galleries and being part of the art collective known as DMK.

Early Life and Education

Ollie Klein was a lifelong resident of Belmar, New Jersey and parishioner at St. Rose RC Church. In his free time he enjoyed bowling and collecting Lionel Trains. Ollie leaves behind his mother Kimberly Klein of Coatesville; sister Kadence Klein; grandparents Ronda Adams Richard Adams Daniel Brown Teresa Brown Cindy Wall Steve Wall Mike Klein Lora Klein as well as numerous nieces nephews cousins and friends.

Shyann was described by schoolmates as being both kind and friendly, though very little information regarding his past has been released by authorities or released to his parents and relatives. They hope that soon new clues or information may surface that allows them to return him safely home; until then, however, their search continues in memory of this beloved teenager who remains dear in our hearts.

Professional Career

Ollie Klein has been an award-winning photographer for decades, shooting high-profile advertising campaigns. She has collaborated with celebrities like Madonna and has seen her work displayed at multiple exhibitions.

She earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from University of Michigan and currently attends Rhode Island School of Design as a graduate student. Her work specializes in portraiture, fashion and contemporary art.

She is the mother of two daughters, Kate and Kadence Klein. She is survived by her husband David Klein; mother Kimberly Klein; sister Catherine Beck; and grandmother Norma Klein (predeceased by great grandparents Stephen Longsworth, Ollie and Faye Brown and Lois Cherry). Memorial contributions may be made in her name to North Putnam Youth Baseball League or her funeral mass will take place November 10, 2022 at St Rose RC Church Belmar.

Achievement and Honors

Ollie Dawson Klein of Coatesville died November 10, 2022 at age 10. He is survived by his parents David and Kimberly Klein from Greencastle; sister Kadence Klein; grandparents Ronda Adams Richard Adams Daniel Brown Teresa Brown Cindy Wall Steve Wall Mike Klein Lora Klein great grandmother Marjorie Longsworth Bud Klein his wife as well as several aunts and uncles.

Mitra first rose to fame through her appearance on Beowulf as Scott Wolf’s illicit love interest, then in Hollow Man as one of several witnesses raped by its protagonist, played by James Caan. Additionally, she served as live-action model Lara Croft from Eidos Interactive’s Tomb Raider video games before Angelina Jolie took over this part of her role for both films.

Personal Life

Ollie Klein is an artist devoted to street photography who uses his camera as an outlet to ease everyday stressors. He has been doing it professionally for over a decade and his work is highly renowned worldwide.

He is an experienced musician and has collaborated with various artists. He recorded with Shriekback, ESP, and Space Tribe bands as well as playing guitar for Sinead O’Connor and serving as co-producer on numerous projects.

He currently resides on Dubac Road in Neptune, New Jersey and attends St. Rose Roman Catholic Church in Belmar. He is survived by his mother Kimberly Klein; sister Kadence; grandparents Ronda Adams and Richard Adams, Daniel Brown and Teresa Brown, Cindy Wall and Steve Wall as well as Mike Klein and Lora Klein.

Net Worth

Couple has made giving back a priority, raising over $200K for those affected by COVID-19 pandemic.

Mitra served as the live-action model in the first two Tomb Raider video games before Angelina Jolie took over as lead character. Additionally, she has made appearances on The Practice and Boston Legal as Tara Wilson; Gideon’s Crossing as Dr. Alejandra Klein; as well as Gideon’s Crossing (playing Tara Wilson on both shows).

Credit Suisse assigns First Boston an estimated value which approximates Jefferies’ multiple, then Klein’s stake would be valued at roughly $200 million; any higher this number becomes, the more money Klein will gain for his business.

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