Kim was the greatest. I looked up to him for so many reasons. Truly a man of God. And what a family he has. NONE better! Keep in touch Jan. We love you all!
So sorry to hear about your loss.Cherish the memories you have of you and your father. They will help to comfort you in the days ahead. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Gods speed Kim. It was a privilege to have known you. You will be missed.
Our prayers are with Jan and the family. Kim was such a wonderful man. We are thankful for the love, friendship and counsel he so freely gave to us. My favorite memory of Kim is the time he mischievously suggested I drive my brand new Jeep up to Goose Lake in Red River NM, knowing the road was narrow, rough, overgrown and crazy scary, and I was blissfully unaware of that fact. I will never forget how hard he laughed afterwards when I told I actually made it to the lake, enduring three hours of fear-filled, steering wheel gripping, adrenaline pumping driving. He said "If I knew you were crazy enough to actually do it, I would have loaned you my old Jeep to drive!" I am so thankful he has experienced ultimate healing and wholeness and is with his savior. We will miss him.
Jan, Our family is so sorry to hear of Kim's death. He is one of the sweetest men I have ever known and we had a lot of respect for him for his kindness, gentleness and faithfulness to his family, friends and community. We miss seeing your sweet smile. Thanks for showing us what a loving couple should be!
Janice and family, I was so sorry to read about Kim's death. I'm praying that God carries you through your grief. He did so much for Cherokee.
Our hearts are heavy with the news of Kim's passing; he left this world (and our small town) a better place and he will be sorely missed by so many.
Sorry to hear about your loss of Kim. We all know he is in a better place today. That doesn't keep you from missing him. Prayers and thoughts to the family. Marty Myers