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Richard Herman Klingeisen, American priest. Certified chaplain National Association Catholic Chaplains, Wisconsin. Recipient Leadership award, National Association Catholic Chaplains Region VII, 1991, Low Income Housing Improvement Project award, Appalachian Research and Development Fund Kentucky, Inc., 1999.

Background

Klingeisen, Richard Herman was born on August 25, 1946 in Manitowoc, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Lester Reinard and Dolores Mary (Binversie) Klingeisen.

Education

Bachelor in Philosophy, St. Paul Seminary, 1968.

Career

Parochial vicar Steamship Peter & Paul, Green Bay, Wisconsin, 1972—1976, St. Jude, Green Bay, 1976—1978, St. John Nepumocene, Little Chute, Wisconsin, 1978—1981. Staff chaplain Holy Family Memorial, Manitowoc, 1981, team leader pastoral care, since 1998, director pastoral care, since 1998. Coordinator health affairs Diocese of Green Bay, since 1998.

Member Respect Life advisory board Green Bay Diocese, since 2004. Chaplain Green Bay Catholic Medical Guild, since 2005.

Achievements

  • Certified chaplain National Association Catholic Chaplains, Wisconsin.

Membership

Member-at-large Manitowoc Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Task Force, since 1999, Coalition on Care of Dying, Manitowoc, since 2000, Dementia Task Force, Manitowoc, since 2000. Member of Daughters of Isabella (Mystical Rose Circuit, chaplain since 1996), Travellers Protective Association (chaplain since 1998), Knights of Columbus since 1998.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bowling, golf, walking, reading, playing card games.

Connections

father:
Lester Reinard Klingeisen

mother:
Dolores Mary (Binversie) Klingeisen