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Kim J.

August 8, 1962 – December 29, 2018

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Condolence From: Elisa (Monroe) Santoro
Condolence: My prayers and condolences to the O'Brien family. Kim I have many great memories of you during the time we got to spend together at the Westlake theatre doing the shows together. You are a light that has extinguished far too early. Until we meet again my friend.....keep singing and smiling while you wait for the rest of us to catch up.
Friday January 04, 2019
Condolence From: Dulce Washburn
Condolence: Heartfelt prayers and condolences go out to the O'Brien family in this time of sorrow. Kim will be missed, a fellow Hawthornite whom I grew up with. May God Bless.
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Jacqueline Baker
Condolence: I remember when we were young, playing in the yard while my dad and your grandpa worked in the garage. I have such fond memories of that time. I hope you did as well. Sorry I didn't know you as an adult, but I'm guessing we still would have had fun. Good bye, Kim, for just a little while. I'll see you again, in a grassy yard, in the sun, laughing.
Wednesday January 02, 2019
Condolence From: Betsy and Jim Hauser
Condolence: Please share our sincere country. Betsy and Jim Hauser
Wednesday January 02, 2019
Condolence From: Kit Murphy
Condolence: Seasons in the Sun. Miss you now. All the way from kindergarten. Not fair to leave early. We had a happy yet short hello in the Thornwood diner back in 2012 that you made hard to forget. Kim ran across the room, jumped over a chair and then jumped up on me with a great big hug just like a little kid. We had fun Kim. I miss our truth and riddle conversations. Or at least you claimed that I spoke in riddles with you. I'll see you on the other side. :-) :-(
Wednesday January 02, 2019
Condolence From: Christel Trulson
Condolence: My heart is breaking. We wish we could be there, but know you are in our hearts and prayers! Much love! The Trulson Family
Tuesday January 01, 2019
Condolence From: Ward Nelligan
Condolence: I remember one time at the Pleasantville parade, Kim on the corner of Romer Avenue by the library dancing in the marching band has a past. Totally in her world. It was beautiful to watch such a free spirit!

Monday December 31, 2018

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