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Kim Diane Sutherland

Published On: Jul 20 2013 09:57:32 AM CDT   Updated On: Jul 20 2013 09:58:44 AM CDT

OREGON – Kim Diane Sutherland, 56, passed away unexpectedly at her home on July 16, 2013.

She was born August 18, 1956, in La Crosse to Noel and Diane (Noyes) Sutherland. Kim spent her childhood growing up in the La Crosse area, graduating from Central High School in 1974.

Kim is survived by her parents, Noel and Diane; four children: Angela (Franklin) Seitler and their children, Emily and Alexander; Cheri Springer (Sonny Giesfeldt) and her son, Tae; Brant (Liesl) Springer and their children, Brynn and Tyler; and Jared (Sara) Springer and their two children, Sebastian and Isaac; one sister, Kristin Sutherland-August of Malibu, and her son, Nicholas Sutherland of Los Angeles; two brothers in La Crosse; James Sutherland and his son, James Jr.; Timothy Sutherland and his two daughters, Courtney and Marissa; her very special Aunt and Uncle, Phyllis and Don Greeno; a special friend Karen; Sarah Howell, who Kim was a second mother to; and many other friends and relatives.

In keeping with her wishes, Kim requested to be cremated. Friends and family are invited for visitation from 11a.m. to 1p.m. Sunday, July 21, 2013, at the ALL FAITHS FUNERAL CHAPEL, 4058 Lien Rd., Madison. Service will be held at 1p.m.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family and they will be dispersed according to Kim’s wishes.

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