Kimberly Michelle Wolfe Kerr

1971-2015

folder and book pictureKimberly Michelle Wolfe Kerr was a giver. She gave her time, love and friendship to many. She will live forever in our hearts.

Born in California and raised in Kansas and Oklahoma, Kimberly was best at getting things done. A graduate of Edmond Memorial High School and the University of Central Oklahoma, she spent most of her time raising a family and volunteering. Her life’s work culminated in two wonderful sons, countless friends and a loving family. Kimberly attained her dream job of being a Mom.

She was all-in with no fear as a Mom of two boys. She encouraged and cheered for them in skateboarding, motorcycling, playing ice hockey, soccer and many other activities. She set an example and lived life to the fullest, riding every rollercoaster and relishing the path less traveled. She was a master co-pilot, navigating family road trips through 26 states.

Kimberly is survived by her parents Doris & Bill Klingler and Ken & Char Wolfe, sisters Colleen & Tara, in-laws Linda & Ken Franklin and Terry & Kathy Kerr, sons Wiley & Wyatt and husband Bill.

We are stronger and better people for having her in our lives.

Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to St. Baldrick’s, Miles for Melanoma Oklahoma or the Zach Tays Memorial Fund.

A memorial service will be held at First Christian Church at 11 AM on Wednesday, June 10 at the corner of 2 nd and Boulevard in Edmond.

Comments

  1. Being Char’s best friend gave me the good fortunate to meet the family and see what a wonderful mother Kimberly was. She had a beautiful soul that will live in the hearts of her sons and family forever. Thank You, Bill, for making her so happy in her life. Thank You, Char and Ken, for making me a part of your family.

  2. Being Char’s best friend gave me the good fortune to meet the family and see what a wonderful mother Kimberly was. She had a beautiful soul that will live in the hearts of her sons and family forever. Thank You, Bill, for making her so happy in her life. Thank You, Char and Ken, for making me a part of your family.

  3. I first met Kim while she was young teenage girl, when Char first met Ken. Through the years when I visited Ken & Char I would see Kim and always enjoyed visiting with her. The years passed and later when I next saw Kim, she was married and had a young family. And it was just so obvious how happy & proud she was of her young boys.

    Kim had a beautiful smile, and it’s brightness was never more obvious than when she was talking about her sons. How proud she was of both Wiley & Wyatt & I know that Kim will always Live in their Hearts. As will her family, always keep Kim close with their Love & Memories.

  4. We remember Kimberly from our days at Britton Monticello. Our son Keith and Coleen were in the same Kindergarten class and Kimberly I believe was in second grade at the time. Sweet, sweet, girls. She was such a joy to be around and we remember her fondly. Our heart goes out to her family and all who had the privilege of knowing her. Love and prayers, Gary and Dianne Weber

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