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“Dear Shirley:I remember you bringing Scott to Uncle worth's and Aunt Margarets "pet" and at that time I decided some day I want a son.Our Prayers for...Read More »
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“Dear Shirley and family:As you know I have memories of your bringing Scott to Uncle Worth's and "pet's" Aunt Margaret's and at that time I think I...Read More »
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“Shirley,So sorry to hear of Scott's death. Please know my thoughts and sympathy are with you and Harrison.Marianne Beeson ”
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“It was a tremendous honor to have worked with Scott for so many years. What a classy guy always near perfect communication, whether in writing or in...Read More »
4 of 12 | Posted by: Glenn Frank - Bedford, MA

“We never had the pleasure to meet Scott personally however we have grown close to Scott's son Harrison. Scott raised a wonderful son who we're sure...Read More »
5 of 12 | Posted by: Chris & Diane Shaw - Yarmouth, ME

“I had the great fortune to be one of Scott's clients. I very much enjoyed working with him; his grounded intelligence, personal warmth, and sense of...Read More »
6 of 12 | Posted by: John Wilson - Chebeague Island, ME

“Scott was a wonderful professor who had such a passion for what he taught. I am grateful to have met him and wish his friends and family my deepest...Read More »
7 of 12 | Posted by: Emma - Cambridge, MA

“Scott was a much loved professor at Bentley whose students benefited from his knowledge, energy, and friendship. The Bentley community will miss him. ”
8 of 12 | Posted by: Vicki LaFarge - Wayland, MA

“It was an honor to have Scott as my Professor at Bentley University this semester! He was a great professor, wonderful person and it was truly a...Read More »
9 of 12 | Posted by: Sofia

“I had the privilege of having Scott as my professor this semester. I am very saddened by his passing and my condolences to his friends and family. ”
10 of 12 | Posted by: Zachary . - Student

“I had the honor of having Scott as my Professor this semester, he was a wonderful individual and will be greatly missed. ”
11 of 12 | Posted by: Zachary

“So sorry to the Klein family for your loss. May he RIP.Jim and Wendy SheridanBill and Uldine Drown ”
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Scott S Klein of Reading was born and raised in Topeka, Kansas, passed away October 28 2016 at the age of 59. He was the beloved and devoted father of Harrison Klein. Dear son of Shirley B (Jordan) Klein and the late Max A. Klein. Former husband of Ann (Thornton) Klein. He is also survived by former mother-in-law Toshi Piro, former brother in-law and sister in-law, Mark and Mary Ellen O'Connor, their children, Mitchell, Jacqueline and Spencer O'Connor and companion Yvonne Spicer.

Scott graduated from Kansas State University in 1980 with a bachelor's degree in marketing with minor in finance. He worked for AT&T for 16 years. While working, he went on to pursue a Masters Degree in Accountancy in 1998. Afterwards, he realized that he was pursuing a career that he did not love fully and decided to change careers. So he went back to Bentley and attained a Masters Degree in Personal Financial planning from the Elkin B. McCallum of Graduate School of Business in 2002.

He went on to hold personal financial planning positions with Arthur Anderson, Tanager Financial, Wachovia Bank, and Wells Fargo. His last position was with Lexington Wealth Management as a Senior Relationship Manager. In his spare time Scott was an Adjunct Professor teaching Investments and Capital Accumulation in the Masters of Science Financial Planning Department at the McCallum Graduate School of Business / Bentley University. Scott always expressed how fulfilled he was by his career. He truly enjoyed working as a financial planner and as an adjunct professor.

He was also involved with additional organizations that include: Former Treasurer / Board Member, Reading Scholarship Foundation for five years; Boston Estate Planning Council; Boston Security Analysts Society; and the Financial Planning Association.

Scott was an amazingly personable man. His incredible disposition and his engaging way of talking to you made him an excellent person to hold a conversation with. His loud laugh was sure to brighten your day and is something his friends and family will truly miss.

Scott loved spending time with his family and friends. He spent many hours playing basketball growing up and playing basketball with his son Harrison. As a Kansas State University fan, he enjoyed supporting the college basketball and football teams with his family and his parents. When he moved to Boston area, he became a local college fan going to Boston College basketball and football games with his family. He also enjoyed professional sports, traveling, reading and music.

He will be missed so very much. However, we should all be thankful that we knew someone of this caliber. They don't come around often in this world and it was truly a blessing to know and be around Scott Klein.

Friends are cordially invited to gather and share memories with the Family on Thursday, November 3rd from 3-7pm with a prayer service at 7pm at the Doherty-Barile Family Funeral Home, 11 Linden St. READING. Parking attendants and a ramped entrance are available.

In lieu of flowers, please honor Scott by making donations in his memory to the Reading Scholarship Foundation, INC PO Box 492 Reading, MA 01867 or on their website http://www.readingsf.org/.

For more information, www.facebook.com/BarileFamilyFuneralHome