Kim Marie Lopez
Ms. Kim Lopez (nee Schmit), of Sheboygan and formerly of Port Washington, passed away unexpectedly Sunday morning June 15, 2014 at her residence due to health complications. She was 48 years old.
Kim was born August 17, 1965 in Sheboygan, the daughter of Jack and Jo Ann Wester Schmit. She graduated from Random Lake High School in 1983, and continued her education at LTC where she studied to be a Medical Assistant. For over 15 years, she worked at Cedar Creek Clinic in Grafton. Most recently, Kim was returning to school to earn a degree in mortuary science.
Kim attended many groups and classes at local churches, where she made numerous new friends. She was passionate about all her hobbies, and enjoyed collecting antiques, baking, cooking, canning, making and sharing Amish friendship bread, gardening, crocheting, stitchery, drawing, arts, home decorating and reading. Above all, she was a proud mother who cherished time spent with her son Evan, family, friends, her dog Nelson and her cat Roxy.
Kim is survived by her son Evan Lopez of Port Washington, and her mother Jo Ann Schmit of Random Lake. She is further survived by her brothers: Todd Schmit (Randal Collins) of Chicago, IL and Chris Schmit (Jacqueline Williams) of Grafton, aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and many other friends. She is preceded in death by her father Jack.
Funeral services will be held at 7PM on Wednesday, June 18, 2014 at Eernisse Funeral Home, 171 N. Royal Ave., Belgium. She will be laid to rest at St. Mary's Cemetery in Random Lake. The family will receive visitors at the funeral home on Wednesday from 5-7PM. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested.
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My deepest sympathy to the family and especially to Evan. I'm sure she watching from above and is so proud of you and what you become. If you ever need someone to talk to you I'd be glad to lend an hear. Take care and al... more
I always remember Kim at the 5 Pillars in Random as I sat and talked with her Dad and others. I hope you can find the peace that passes all understanding and find the strength to celebrate those great memories of Kim. So... more
Our deepest sympathy to Kim's family. Kim was a good friend of mine in high school, I have a lot of fun memories of her.
I worked with Kim at Cedar Creek. She was always ready to offer a helping hand. Her artistic talent was often displayed at work. I can still see her pretty handwriting. She is a sweet soul. Peace.
I worked with Kim at Cedar Creek for many years.She was always such a great and happy worker and so very bright.I miss her.RIP dear,sweet Kim.
I always remember seeing Kim and Jane -- 'besties' sharing friendship time together. Peace to Kim, nothing like a sweet angel with a beautiful smile. My most sincere sympathy to family and friends.