Kim Renee Kronmiller


Kim Renee Kronmiller


Kim Kronmiller

Kim Renee Kronmiller passed away unexpectedly on March 15, 2017, surrounded by her husband and family. She was born to Robert and Erma Cochran on Dec. 25, 1957.

Kim was a mom to her four-pawed kitty kids, Cosmos and Haven. She was an avid reader and checked out 20 books at a time. She loved traveling, music, singing, flowers, gardening and any shade of purple she could find.

Kim was an active member of Shiloh Methodist Church. John 15:22 says: “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you.” Kim certainly loved everybody the way God commanded.

Kim was a wonderful wife, daughter, sister, aunt, great-aunt and friend.

She is survived by her husband of 39 years, James Kronmiller; James’ older brother, William Kronmiller; her mother, Erma Cochran; her sister, Kelly Wilburn; her youngest sister, Kathy Cochran; her nieces, Maureen Wilburn, Catherine Wilburn, Maegen Wilburn; her nephews, Robert Jaramillo, Chase Cochran; her great-nephews, Angelo Runsabove, Zachary Jaramillo, Damon Jaramillo; and close family members, James Mehling, Vance Curry, Thamara Jaramillo, Mike Maxwell and Cory Ryan.

The casket will be open for visitation from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 19, at Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary, 1001 Alderson Ave. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday, March 20, at Shiloh United Methodist Church, 1810 Shiloh Road. Private burial will take place at Mountview Cemetery prior to the service.

Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or Yellowstone Valley Animal Shelter.

Leave a Memory or Condolence

4 thoughts on “Kim Renee Kronmiller”

  1. Ralph & Helen Blee

    I will always appreciate what a wonderful babysitter Kim was to my three children when we lived on Winchell Lane. She was a very special person and we all thought very highly of her. Kim, rest in peace and may God Bless and Keep you.

  2. Dear Maegen, My heart goes out to you and your family. May God be part of this sorrow and hold your hand and know that your Aunt is a good place and will always be watching over you and the family.

  3. I was so sorry to see the news of Kim’s death. For over twenty years, I saw her regularly at the library, and we had many nice conversations about the books we each read. My colleagues and I will miss seeing her friendly smiles.

  4. I took care of Kim when she was a baby. I fit her inside a bureau drawer that was used as a baby bed until mother and daddy got back home. I did not keep in touch with her over the years after they moved away from Kansas City but she called mother regularly. I am floored and sad. I never knew she had died. She always took such good care of her mother and was so happy to see her mother smile. She turned into a very lovely and nice lady who was so caring for others. My heart goes out to her mother and her husband and I shed tears of her passing.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *