A Real Mensch –

August 17, 2018 – “I was a stinking, drugged-out dope fiend,” Kline wrote in “Never Lose” (1996), his autobiography. “People who knew me would cross the street to avoid seeing me.” His daughter Sharon said in a telephone interview: “He was in and out of our lives. He would come and go, but my mother would protect us and support him.” Her mother, Dorothy Daniels-Morton, Kline’s first wife, would let him stay in her home long after their divorce.

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