Opinion

Mother will be missed

In memory of Kim Renee Wolff who died in a car accident at


the age of 30, on July 11, 2000:


So many peoples' lives were touched in some way by Kim.


Anyone who knew Kim knew that she faced life


boldly and head-on. Kim was adventurous and enthusiastic. This


was clearly evident in her vast array of tropical travels. She


traveled with her husband, Wade, to many tropical


resorts and islands. Kim filled Wade's life with


joy. Kim made everyone's life complete that came into contact with


her. Her life was complete. She did all the little things. Kim


enjoyed snowmobiling, jet-skiing, parasailing, playing sports


and fishing. She loved her flowers and going to


the zoo. Kim defied logic. She was organized in everything she did,


yet at the same time was late for everything she


so systematically planned.


Kim was a loving wife, mother, daughter,


sister, aunt, niece, cousin, friend, employee, co-worker, helper, and


the list goes on. Kim loved her family. She met every need her husband had. She truly was a Proverbs 31 woman. She bore a precious and beautiful child for everyone to enjoy.Kim loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She studied; she worshipped; she prayed. She loved God's people. Her Bible study fellowship group was so important to her. She loved God's creation. To know Kim was to love her, because just like her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, she first loved you.For those of you whose lives were touched by Kim, we want to thank you for your prayers and thoughtful acts of kindness. The food that was sent to us along with the many cards, gifts, and flowers was greatly appreciated. Thank you for sharing your fond memories of Kim. She will be in all of our hearts forever.Love in Christ,Wade, Courtney and family,RedmondBR8; wolffLetters to the editor



Mother will be missed



In memory of Kim Renee Wolff who died in a car accident at the


age of 30, on July 11, 2000:


So many peoples' lives were touched in some way by Kim.


Anyone who knew Kim knew that she faced life boldly and head-on.


Kim was adventurous and enthusiastic. This was clearly evident in her vast


array of tropical travels. She traveled with her husband, Wade, to many


tropical resorts and islands. Kim filled Wade's life with joy. Kim made everyone's


life complete that came into contact with her. Her life was complete. She did


all the little things. Kim enjoyed snowmobiling, jet-skiing,


parasailing, playing sports and fishing. She loved her flowers and going to the zoo.


Kim defied logic. She was organized in everything she did, yet at the same


time was late for everything she so systematically planned.


Kim was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece,


cousin, friend, employee, co-worker, helper, and the list goes on. Kim loved


her family. She met every need her husband had. She truly was a Proverbs


31 woman. She bore a precious and beautiful child for everyone to enjoy.


Kim loved her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She studied; she


worshipped; she prayed. She loved God's people. Her Bible study


fellowship group was so important to her. She loved God's creation. To know


Kim was to love her, because just like her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, she


first loved you.


For those of you whose lives were touched by Kim, we want to thank


you for your prayers and thoughtful acts of kindness. The food that was


sent to us along with the many cards, gifts, and flowers was greatly


appreciated. Thank you for sharing your fond memories of Kim. She will be in


all of our hearts forever.



Love in Christ,


Wade, Courtney and family,


Redmond

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