Monica King

Topeka, Kansas


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Monica Jackson King died on May 16, 2012 at a hospital in Topeka, Kansas from complications following surgery. Monica received credentials as a registered nurse from Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, MO, and worked as a R.N. in Topeka, St. Louis and San Francisco, CA. Monica was a national...

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I'm sorry for our lose your daughter and my good friend. Monica had a way with words, She helped me though a painful time in my life.By helping me express things in words.I will surly miss the time we shared together

I'm deeply sorry that I did not did not get to know Monica better. From the first time I saw her I felt that we were kindred spirits. I see now that we share a birth sign. When I read the peom by Maya Angelo "Phenemenal Woman" I think of Monica. God Bless and my condolences to the family.

i am truly sorry and saddened to hear of monica's passing. although we lost touch many years ago, at one time monica and i were very close and i will always teasure and remember fondly the good times we had together. my deepest sympathies and prayers go out to her daughter, family and loved ones.

Monica was a fabulous writer and a good friend. She will be greatly missed, and I am proud to do my little part to help her daughter go to college. Many heartfelt condolences from my family to yours.

Several years ago I worked with Monica. She was an interesting person and I am sorry for your loss.

I am so sorry to hear about your loss. Words fail me (the wordsmith) at this time. I probably will see you on Saturday. The Lord's blessings be with you and yours.

Dear Ustaine,
I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter Monica. You have shared lots of stories about your family with me, and I am hoping that the good memories will be a comfort to you while you grieve this trememndous loss. Pleas know that I am keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.
Love in Christ,
Ms. StaceyLeigh A. Swift

Sending you love and blessings Ustaine...I also have a beautiful CD called "Solace...a journey on the path of Grief" I'd like to give you when I see you next. Pamela Weng

A life of such beauty is not forgotten.
With deepest sympathy for your loss.

Sincerely yours,

Resa Boydston