Erich F Kielburger, 77\nErich Kielburger was granted his angel wings on May 11th 2021. His final days were spent surrounded by family and friends that Erich had touched in some small way throughout his very memorable life.\nErich had many highlights during his life including being a Mason at the Herman Humble Lodge 152, a leader in Boy Scout Troop 316 at St. Ambrose in Philadelphia, served as Director of the Bayerischer Volfest Verien a German Club in Philadelphia, he was a member of the American Legion, president of the St. Ambrose home and school association for a time and served in the United State Air Force from 1963 - 1967 during the Vietnam War.\nHe worked 25 years for General Electric moving through the ranks from an appliance service tech to one of the top sales managers. From there he joined a startup company Lodging Products Inc. where he received a patent for an automated hotel room heating and cooling program. He finally retired from the Philadelphia Prison system as part of their internal investigations team.\nHe and his wife, Renate, have a vacation home in the Poconos and enjoyed many wonderful times there together. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Renate; his three sons Erich, Frederick and Cristian; grandchildren Kirstin, Frederick, Sarah, Morgan, Mckinley, Sadie and Tyler; one great grandson Carson; and 3 siblings Kathe, Nicholas, and Peter. Relatives,friends and fellow Masons are invited to his viewing Saturday May 15th 10:00 AM at the Malloy Funeral Home 625 Byberry Rd. Phila., PA 19116. A Masonic Service will begin at 11:30 AM. Interment Private. The family asks in lieu of any flowers please send a donation to the Samaritan Administration Office 3906 Church Road Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 or www.SamaritanNJ.org/giving who provided him excellent care in his final days.