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Brianne Klostermann

Brianne Marie (McCune) Klostermann, 40, of Moberly, MO, passed away unexpectedly on May 14, 2020, cause unknown. Brianne was born on December 16, 1979, in Columbia, MO to Brian McCune and Laura (Langdon-McCune) Smith. Brianne was a 1998 graduate of Moberly High School and a graduate of Moberly Area Community College in nursing and social services. She married former husband, Kevin Klostermann, on July 22, 2001, and was the mother of their two beautiful daughters, Kendyl and Madyson Klostermann. From a young age, her summers were spent on the softball field, whether it be playing, coaching, officiating, or watching her daughters play. She lived for passing her love of the game to her daughters, whom she loved dearly. Brianne had a passion for sports, helping others, and traveling. Her career as a nurse gave her an opportunity to utilize her gift of caring for her patients with love and compassion. She is survived by daughters, Madyson and Kendyl; mother and step-father, Laura and Glenn Smith; Father and step-mother Brian and Dana McCune; grandmother, Ann McCune; grandmother, Janice Musick; grandparents, Fred and Gladys Smith; grandmother, Elizabeth Werner; sister and brother-in-law, Lacey and Jason Henry; Sister and brother-in-law Kourtney and Phil Arrowsmith; Brother and sister-in-law Jared and Brooke House; and sister Shelby House; one niece, Helena Henry; numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. She is preceded in death by grandparents, Kenneth McCune, Roy & Wilma Langdon, Jim Musick, and an uncle, Dennis Musick. Visitation will be at Carpenter Street Baptist Church in Moberly, MO, Tuesday, May 26, 11:00 a.m., with funeral service following at 1:00 p.m. Contributions in memory of Brianne may be made to a scholarship fund for her daughters at County Bank in Moberly, MO.

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Prayers for all of the family during this difficult time. May God hold you in His loving arms and give you the strength to get you through the days ahead.

Phil and Donna Wetrich May 25 2020 1:51 PM

I'm so very sorry for your pain. I loved her like a sister.

Kristy Clawson May 24 2020 10:24 AM

Bri was a very sweet person. I've work with her many of diffent time in the nurseing field. But we 1st met at CARPENTER STREET BABISTS CHURCH. Also they her family her Grandmothers Mrs. Ann Mcquen a great women like her. My prays go out to her daughter's and family. Just know she was a great person and is looking down on us and saying all be alright the Lord has me and keeping me safe. Just share my love everyday in tell we meet again . Friend Co-Worker Letitia Reilly Barney

Letitia Barney May 23 2020 12:08 PM

Brianne and I have known each other since we were kids. Her grandma and mine were good friends and both families went to the same church all of my childhood! My heart breaks for her family and her children. She always had a smile on her face and never passed without saying hello. She will be truly missed by many. Rest In Peace Bri. Until we meet again! Always in our hearts

Wendy (Cobb) Ramsdell May 23 2020 11:57 AM

Bri was my neighbor in Renick & I truly loved her & the girls! I am praying for comfort & healing during this difficult time For the family & especially her girls! She worshiped her girls & was so proud of them! RIP Bri & well meet again in our next life! God, watch over her sweet girls & forever have them in your arms!

Linda Rogers May 23 2020 8:09 AM

Such a lovely Girl. She could run like the wind and sing like an angel. She knew what hard work was and loved to help others. So very glad to know this young woman and her family. Praying for you all in this tragedy.

Liz Wilson May 22 2020 10:31 PM

Wow this was a hard pill to swallow rest in heaven and watch over your girls

Mary Johnson May 22 2020 10:02 PM

Brianne was a sweet girl growing up. Prayers for Ann and all the family.

Christy Simmons May 22 2020 5:28 PM

My heart is heavy for your family. She was like a sister to me, we always were laughing. R.I.P and I love you.

Kristy Clawson May 22 2020 5:17 PM