Kimberly Yeong Sil Hull

St. Paul, Minnesota


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Known to All as Audrey Born: April 26, 1985 in Kyongi-Do, Korea Died: April 21, 2011 Born in Korea, Audrey came home to her family in Santa Fe, New Mexico at 5 months old. A citizen of the world: lived in Santa Fe; Coppet, Switzerland; Saint Paul. Taught English in Japan, traveled extensively...

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In our own way we share in the loss of Audrey with fond memories of her growing up at La Chat, first Kimi, then Audrey: her horseriding in Cessy, her genuine, caring, creative, generous, responsible self as the younger and older sister to Jono and Mikki: her invaluable place in a nurturing and loving family that is proud of her and will miss her so much. Our hearts reach out to you at this time of cruel loss and offer to you dear Suzi, Harry, Jono and Mikki our deepest and heartfelt sympathy,...

Harry, how profoundly sorry I was to hear of Audrey's passing. I remember your speaking of her when we both lived in Geneva. She was very special and I know you're family will miss her always. My sincere condolences.
Linda Quick

Dear Harry. Suzie, Jonathan and Michalea,
Words can never express our sadness for your loss. I remember so many times with Audrey (Kimi, back then) and I know how much you all loved her. Her homecoming was joyous and you were the best family she could ever have had.
We send our love to all of you and will remember Audrey forever and ever.

Kim, Jim and Mia Rubin

To the Family & Friends of Kimberly...What a lovely, talented young women, Kimberly was. I didn't know Kimberly, but I was walking into my office building last Thursday when the unfortunate accident occurred. I will never walk past the spot where the accident happened without saying a special prayer for Kimberly. There is another Angel in heaven and you now have an Angel watching over you. I am so very sorry for your loss....Dyan Matczynski, U of M Staff

Dear Harry,

Every sentence grabs my heart. I am so very, very sorry. My heart is with you.

Mark Rosenberg (Atlanta, Georgia-former CDC colleague)

Dear Suzi, Harry and family: We are so sorry for your loss. Every life is a gift, but Audrey's was a bigger gift than most. Our prayers to you all.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

I worked with Audrey at Rarig Center and she was such a fun person to be around. My grandmother passed the day after Audrey and both of the losses really hit hard. Audrey even started to teach me how to knit a blanket for my niece. I will always remember my friend and co-worker whenever I see a cat. You are in my thoughts and I offer my most sincerest condolences.

Dear Suzi, Harry, and family,
As a member of the 'bicycling community', I am so saddened that Audrey was taken from you by such a tragic accident. It was as a cyclist that I had the pleasure of meeting your family at the Hostel in Fontaine de Valcluse, France. You are in my prayers.