Feb 6, 1957 to Aug 7, 2004
Passed away suddenly at his home in Black Creek.
Kim will be deeply missed by his best friend and wife Pam, his son Dalton and daughter Ali, as well as many, many family and friends.
Kim was a dedicated family man who took great pride in his children and in his abilities as a diamond driller “give me a hole and I’ll drill it”. He was best known for his jovial, friendly nature around the hockey arena and at the mine where he worked.