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Friday, January 8, 2010

John A. Klickna II Salesman

John Albert Klickna II, 63, a salesman for the health-care company Eclipsys for 30 years, died of cancer Dec. 27 at Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville. He lived in North Potomac.

Mr. Klickna was born in Springfield, Ill., and graduated from the University of Illinois, where he played football as a teammate of Dick Butkus's, later a player with the Chicago Bears.

He moved to Washington in the 1970s and began working for the company that became Eclipsys.

His marriages to Heidi Stoetzel and Pamela Pemsel ended in divorce.

Survivors include two children from his second marriage, Jason Klickna of North Potomac and Jessica Klickna of San Diego; his mother, Marjorie Klickna of Springfield, Ill.; a brother; and two sisters.

-- Patricia Sullivan

Monroe Warren Jr. Real Estate Executive

Monroe Warren Jr., 91, who worked for his family's real estate company as an officer and sales and project manager, died of sepsis Dec. 26 at the Riderwood assisted-care center in Silver Spring. He lived at Riderwood.

Mr. Warren, the son Monroe Warren Sr., who built the Kennedy-Warren and Tilden Gardens apartments in Washington and Chevy Chase Lake apartments in Maryland, spent most of his career at Meadowbrook Inc., the family's construction company. He was also vice president of Thomas Kelly Realtors, the sales branch of the company.

Mr. Warren was born in Washington and graduated from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School. He was attending the University of Virginia when he was drafted into the Navy during World War II and served as an electronic technician's mate in the United States.

After the war, he returned to the Washington area and joined the family business.

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