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Kimberly Slovinac

Kimberly Ann Slovinac (Wildgust)

Wednesday, May 8th, 1968 - Thursday, February 13th, 2020
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Obituary

Devoted wife, beautiful daughter, loving sister, proud aunt and treasured friend. Kimberly Ann Wildgust Slovinac, a resident of Lansdale, passed away suddenly on Thursday, February 13, 2020 at her home. She was 51.

Kim was born in Camden, New Jersey, raised in Doylestown, and a proud graduate of Plumstead Christian School (class of 1986). For over 20 years, Kim produced the finest handcrafted gifts as an employee of Byers’ Choice in Chalfont.

Her love of all things crafty can be found throughout her home and in the most beautiful treasures given to friends and family. Knitted hats and sweaters, Japanese inspired embroidery and counted cross stitch are among the most cherished. Kim was committed to growing in her faith. Sunday morning services, church retreats and bible studies were among her top priorities. As we mourn her loss, we find peace in knowing she is at home with her Lord and Savior.

Kim leaves behind the love of her life, and husband William Slovinac; her parents James and Linda Wildgust; her sister Melissa and husband Shawn; her brother James Jr. and wife Jennifer; and her nieces and nephews Jack, Maggie, Tyler and Katie. In addition to her loving family, she will be missed by the countless friends she faithfully stayed in contact with throughout her life.

Funeral services will be held at 4:00 pm Sunday, February 23, 2020 at Church of the Open Door, 1260 Fort Washington Ave, Fort Washington PA 19034. The family will receive friends from 3:00 pm until the time of service. All are invited to join the family at a reception, at the church, following the services.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Church of the Open Door Building Fund or Logan’s Heroes animal rescue.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday February 23, 2020 | 3:00pm - 4:00pm
    When
    Sunday February 23, 2020 3:00pm - 4:00pm
    Location
    Church of the Open Door
    Address
    1260 Fort Washington Ave.
    FORT WASHINGTON, PA 19034
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  • Service

    Sunday February 23, 2020 | 4:00pm
    When
    Sunday February 23, 2020 4:00pm
    Location
    Church of the Open Door
    Address
    1260 Fort Washington Ave.
    FORT WASHINGTON, PA 19034
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Interment

    Location
    Private at the convenience of the family
    Address
    WARRINGTON, PA

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Mollie Hoerr Covington

Posted at 04:19pm
Although it's been a long time, I went to Plumstead with Kim. So sorry to hear. I trust all her family will find comfort in the awesome memories and in the knowledge that she is securely in the arms of Jesus. Her legacy is profound.
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Carin Froehlich

Posted at 11:32am
We bought our home from Kim and Bill in August 2018. Knowing them for such a brief time they left our family the gift of a wonderful home Kim left behind a beautiful Hosta Garden that she but many years of love and hard work into Last year I expanded the garden her original work still shines above all we entered the 2019 Philadelphia Horticulture Contest where her garden was a favorite of the judges I would like to offer cuttings of her work this Spring to anyone that would like to start a garden in memory we would also welcome any family or friends to come visit her garden come late spring thru September we feel great sadness for all but know in our hearts she was a strong women of faith and this and her garden comforts us please feel free to contact us Dietrich and Carin Froehlich at mimibestgrand@icloud.com
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Karen Dooley

Posted at 03:21pm
What joy, kindness and friendship Kim brought to us. Our love and prayers are with you all.
Mark and Karen Dooley
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Cathy Elmore Gaylord

Posted at 04:04pm
Bill I am so sorry for your loss. Will be praying for all of you.
CW

Christy Graham Willard

Posted at 11:02am
My grandparents were neighbors of Kim & her family on Turk Rd in Doylestown. As a child, I would visit my grandparents' house every weekend and frequently found myself wandering down to the Wildgust's house in hopes of seeing Kim out with her horse. I would stand and watch her groom and ride and it wasn't long before she invited me in. She taught me how to brush the horse and put on the saddle. And she let me ride. My childhood memories of Kim were very fond. She never treated me like a pest, though I was much younger than her and often showed up uninvited. She was kind and encouraging and fun to be around and I'm sure I looked up to her. I'm so sorry to hear of her passing. I wished I could have told her how fondly I remembered her and could have thanked her for being so loving to a little neighborhood girl who just wanted a friend. May God bless her family and give peace and comfort during this time of grief and loss.

Christy Graham Willard (Dorothea Blenk's granddaughter)
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