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Kimberly Gail Englert

Died: Wed., Oct. 8, 2008

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Kimberly Gail Englert, 50, of Blanchard went to be with the Lord on Wed. Oct. 8, 2008 at The Geisinger Medical Center in Danville.
She was born in Lock Haven on Jan. 23, 1958, a daughter of Harold R. and Sara E. Moore Englert who survive in Blanchard.
Kimberly was a faithful and devoted member of The Liberty Baptist Church in Blanchard where she participated with the Bell Choir, was a member of the " Love Me Class", and took pride in being responsible for always having water available for Pastor Stan at the pulpit whenever he preached. Sher loved her church and will be missed by all that new her.
She was also active in Special Olympics and particularly enjoyed the track and bowling events. She always looked forward to attending the Special Prom.
She really enjoyed shopping, especially for clothes, and was happy for the chance to eat out as much as possible.
Along with her parents she is also survived by her brother, Harold F. " Harley" and his wife Brenda C. Motter Englert of Beech Creek,3 Nieces; Aleisha F. Englert Leitch, Lindsay M. Englert, and Meisha C. McDermit and husband Matt and their children Kyleigh and Kullen.
Services will be held at The Liberty Baptist Church on Saturday October 11,2008 at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Stan D. Johnson officiating.Friends and family will be received from 6-8 p.m. and for one hour prior to services at the church at Bald Eagle and Main St. in Blanchard.
Memorial contributions may be made to The Liberty Baptist Church Bldg. Fund at P.O.Box 207 Blanchard,Pa.16826

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Terri Mann Watson
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
Dear Englert Family ~ Heartfelt condolences from everyone in my Family to everyone in yours. It was always a joy to meet up with KIm -- she always greeted with a smile and I was particularly amazed how well she could connect faces and names even when she had not seen someone for an extended period of time! May your Family find peace in knowing that Kim is in Heaven smiling down on each of you.

Cheryl (Richner) Williams
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
Dear Sara, Harold and family, I am sending my deepest sympathies at the passing of Kim. I have wonderful memories of special times together that I will always hold very lovingly in my heart. You are a special family that made Kim (and her friends) feel special. Keeping you in my prayers- Cheryl

Carla and Ed Post
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
We will miss Kim so much.. We'll miss the Sunday morning hugs and the "where are the boys", and when she would get those giggle spurts, it just made your heart fill with joy. Our deepest sympathy will be with your family.

mr.and mrs.adam schrawder &family
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
mr.&mrs englert i'm so sorry for lost but i can't make it to the viewing but i will send you card.formally nicole miller and boys

Grace Keller
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
I have read the obituary twice and still cannot believe it. I will miss her hugs and the way she always took time to show me her new clothes. My heart is very sad to hear of her passing and she will be sadly missed at Kmart.

Michele (Royer) Egan
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
To Aunt Sara and Uncle Harold I was sadend when I recieved the news My prayers are with you. I will always remember Kim for her love of shopping. She could never have enough clothes. Sorry I can't be there in person. Wish I could Alaska seems so far away at these times. Love and Miss you. Please take care.

Janet Yost
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
Harold and Sarah, My deepest sympathy.

Anna Wolfe
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
Dear Sarah, Harold and family, I am indeed sorry and send to you my deepest sympathy. Kim will be missed. My memory of her is that everytime I went to the Liberty Baptist Church - no matter how long a time between visits - she was always there to greet me with a hug. She was such a part of the church family. May God's love surround you now and bring you comfort. In love, Anna sending

Cathy and Mal Shaw
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
Harold and Sara and family, Want you to know how sorry we were to hear about Kim. We have lots of fond memories of her and of course the both of you. Please know that we care about your loss. Also sorry that I couldn't make it to the service but my thoughts and prayer were with you. Cathy and Mal

Julie (Thompson) Hinds
   Posted Wed December 31, 1969
To the Englert family - I was so sadden to hear of Kim's passing. In reading other tributes they are ring of the same thing...Kim's hugs. One could never forget them and how they could cheer the heart. Her love of life and others was unconditional. We need all carry on that love. Her smile will always be in our hearts.