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Kim Alldredge

July 10, 2013

Kim Stefan Alldredge passed away on July 3, 2013 in North¬port. He was born the son of Ezra Weldon and Carol Noel (Bennett) Alldredge on Sept. 8, 1951 in Spokane.
Kim moved from Algona to Colville in the spring of 1974 with his wife Pamella Sweet and their two daughters, Donquel and Carrie. A couple years later, the family was blessed with an¬other daughter, Amber.
Kim thoroughly enjoyed living in beautiful Northeast Wash¬ington, and loved everything the area had to offer. Living in the area for the last 39 years, Kim has worked for Vaagen Bros. Lumber, Hewescraft, and Carlson Mining. In his spare time, Kim enjoyed fishing, water skiing, snow-ski¬ing, gardening, singing and playing his guitar. Most of all, Kim enjoyed spend¬ing time with his family and friends.
Kim recently acquired ten acres of land near Northport that he was so excited to call his own. He was a free spirit and lived life to the fullest, making the best out of every situation. All he saw in everyone and everything was always good, if not the best. He was a great friend to many and would help others in any way he could. Kim loved his family unconditionally and will be greatly missed.
Kim was preceded in death by father, Ezra Weldon Alldredge; by his mother, Carol Noel Alldredge, and by his sister, Signe Alldredge.
He is survived by his daughters, Donquel Leaman and hus¬band, Wayne, Colville; Carrie Cox and husband Eric, Colville; Amber Alldredge, Northport; grandchildren Lloyd, Charles, and Shelby Leaman, Ashley and Matthew Alldredge, Chantel Nuss¬baum, Emilee Alldredge-Pratt, Hailey, Brianna, and Elizabeth Young; great-grandchildren Miles and Alex Pratt; extended fam¬ily and many friends.
A celebration of Kim’s life and potluck gathering will be held at the Eagles Lodge in Colville on Friday, July 12 from 1– 4 p.m.
Please visit the online memorial and sign the guestbook at
Danekas Funeral Chapel & Crematory has been entrusted with the ar¬rangements.

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