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forever in our hearts love joyce and reggie gross


Posted by: reggie gross - canton, OH - Friend   Feb 08, 2018

Teri, Ben and Rachel: I was saddened to learn of Cami's death, but I know she is enjoying the fruits offered in that Heavenly place not made with human hands. She has no more pain and I know she is happy there. Cami was a kind and sweet person and took pride in her children and grandchildren. My last visit with Cami was when she came for a visit and I took her and Rachel to lunch! Know that my prayers are with you always. Love you.


Posted by: Caryl & Chrystal Taylor - Las Vegas, NV - Family   Feb 05, 2018

Sad to hear of the passing of my classmate. She always lit up the room when she walked in with that smile.


Posted by: Sharon Courtright Jackson - Wellston, OH - Classmate   Feb 04, 2018

I was sadden to hear of you sister passing ...you and Rick and families are in my thoughts and prayers...


Posted by: Shirley Riley - Newark, OH - Friend   Feb 03, 2018

I am so saddened by Kim's passing. We were classmates and friends at Wellston High School. In the past years, when she moved back to Wellston from Oklahoma, we had become very close again, and she was like a sister to me. Our time together was precious to me. Her smile was contagious, and I always looked forward to chatting with her. She was very special to anyone that knew her. I will miss her very much, as will every one whose life she touched..


Posted by: Wanda Cheatwood - Wellston, OH - Friend   Feb 03, 2018

So sorry


Posted by: William Dunn - Malone, FL - Friend   Feb 03, 2018

So sorry to hear of Kim's passing. She always had a smile,lively and kind heart. She was a cheerleader and a year older than me, but a very integral part of those special cheerleaders that contributed significantly to our Championship BB season at WHS Had the opportunity to talk to her several years ago and still that same smile. My condolences go out to her family.


Posted by: John Norman - Huber Heights, OH - Friend   Feb 03, 2018

I met Cami when she married Yuri. Yuri was fro Ukraine where I took many mission trips. Yuri and Cami helped bring many Eastern Europe Jews out of communist countries to Israel. They were both put together by God for such a time as they spent doing His work. We were FB friends after she moved back to Tulsa, sharing her journey with Yuri as he suffered dementia before his passing. We shared the love of nursing, God and the Jewish nation. Happy home going to you Cami, we'll all see you soon.


Posted by: Donna Ayler - Okla.City, OK - Friend   Feb 03, 2018

So sorry to hear, thoughts and prayers to all her family.


Posted by: Teresa Bierhup - Wellston, OH   Feb 01, 2018

Will always remember her smile...so enjoyed the times she attended the Vinson reunions....she will be missed


Posted by: Elaine Head - Toledo, OH - Friend   Feb 01, 2018