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Kimberly Kay "Porky" Mahana
April 13, 2014
In Kremmling, Colorado
She was born on August 20, 1964 in Wheatridge, Colrado. Her parents were Butch and Donna Mahana. She had two sisters Jeanine Jones (Duane) and Shannon Cordova (Jose). She graduated high school in 1983 from Pomona High School. She also went to Dog Grooming School in Wheatridge, Colorado. She was active as an EMT on the Grand County Ambulance for several years. She worked as a groomer for a few ears and then got a job with the Grand County Sheriff's Department as an Animal Control Officer. She was with the department for 7 years. She loved the outdoors! She enjoyed riding 4-wheelers, hunting, fishing, camping, riding horses and she loved all animals. She never met a stranger!
She is survived by her father Butch, her sister Jeanine Jones (Duane), sister Shannon Cordova (Jose), 8 nieces and nephews, 3 great nieces and nephews, and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was preceded in death by her mother Donna, all grandparents and several pets.
Services are April 19, 2014 at 1:00pm at the Gore Range Baptist Church.
Saturday, April 19th, 2014 1:00pm, Gore Range Baptist Church
I was deeply saddened to hear of Kim's death. I saw her a couple of years ago at a family get-together and really enjoyed talking to her. I remember spending time with Butch,Donna,Jeanine,Shannon and Kim when I was a kid. They were such a happy family who always made me feel welcome. Us girls had some really fun times. I'll remember Kim with a smile.
Holly (Johnson) DeFeyter Apr 18 2014 12:00 AM
Butch I'm so sorry for your loss. Had a lot of great times with Kim she was a good friend. I was thinking about all the fun we had together just the other night, sitting up half the night playing games and waiting for the pager to go off for another ambulance call, all the family dinners, hanging out at the gas station with Butch and Donna. Shannon and Jeannine I wish there was something I could say to make things better for your families. She will me missed but I remember her saying to me I don't want people to cry and be sad when I'm gone I want them to celebrate my life and remember how much I love them. Kim did a lot of good in her short 49 years and was always willing to help anyone who needed it. She will be missed. I love you all
Nancy Wright (Klocke) Apr 18 2014 12:00 AM
Kim was my cousin, ten years younger than me. She was a good horsewoman and was always the center of anything we did when I used to gymkhana with Kim and her sisters. I will always have many great memories or our trips to the local arenas. I also remember when their whole family brought their camper and horse trailer to Las Vegas to help me move back to Colorado with my horse and my dog. I boarded my horse at their place on Kipling for several months. I had so much fun riding and sharing time with the Mahanas. Kim, you will be missed by all that knew you ~ Melody
Melody Anderson Apr 18 2014 12:00 AM
I haven't seen Kim for several years, but I remember the trip to get her to the Ocean before she turned 30. We won money in Puckerbrush, NV - that financed most of the trip. She rode upside down in the front seat because of her headache, made it to the ocean AFTER pulling off the road for a quick nap and almost getting arrested because we had handguns in the car. We laughed like loons when the cop gave her the guns and me the bullets - like we didn't know how to load a gun. We ran ambulance together for a few years. She kind of got me into EMS. I smashed her car going to a call one early morning. Lots of memories of Kim and the whole family. Bud and Mercella got letters from my smart dogs, Butch and Donna were like second parents, Neen, Shannon (Rusty)...was a great time. My thoughts are with Kim's family.
Deb Brinkley Apr 18 2014 12:00 AM
Kim was working for animal control at the time she told me about a litter of puppies and there was only two left, She brought me this leggy awkward looking dog, he looked like a Great Dane,all legs, curly tail,a mutt but he wasn't as big as he looked. We named him Murray , Best little dog we ever had. he lived 17 years. She had a way with Animals and knew how to match dogs with the owners. Kim was a sweet,funny and a very outspoken person, if there was something that needed to be said, by golly, she would speak her mind. Taken too soon at her young age. She now has another job to do,watching over the ones she loved. She will be missed by all who knew her. Our Heart Felt Sympathies to her Family: Always, Griz, Terri Adams and Family
Griz & Terri Adams Apr 17 2014 12:00 AM
I haven't seen Kim for a long time but used to enjoy her. So sorry to hear she is gone. Wonderful lady!
Chelle Marquardt Apr 16 2014 12:00 AM