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 Sugar Kik Obituary

KIK, Esther V. "Sugar" (Age 91)

Passed away on March 13, 2011 in Davenport, WA. She is survived by her sister Edwina (and George) Mielke and brother Arthur (and Sharon) Deppner both of Davenport, WA along with numerous nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband Walt Kik in 2002, parents Edwin and Emily Deppner and one brother Donald Deppner. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, March 19, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Chapel of Strate Funeral Home, Davenport, Washington with Pastor Cindy Wuts, officiating. Concluding Services and Vault Interment will follow at Rocklyn Cemetery, Davenport, WA. STRATE FUNERAL HOME, DAVENPORT, WA is caring for the family. (Published in Spokesman-Review from Mar. 17 to Mar. 18, 2011)

Walt Kik


March 11, 2011

Esther, I will always remember you when I spent my junior year in high school with you and Walt. You were the best cook and I still have your cookbook that you made for me for a shower present. You also made me the prettiest pink dress and I was so proud of it. Thank you kind lady for being a part of my life.

E. S.-R.


March 19, 2011

Sugar was always kind to us kids. I felt like she was an Aunt to us.

I remember walking from our house to hers for an impromptu visit one summer day with my brother Steve. She lived about 2 or 3 miles away if you cut through the fields and pasture. She welcomed us with a nice cold glass of water when we got there and we had a nice little conversation with her. When we got back home, our mom was horrified that we had crossed the highway all by ourselves! oops! hehe.

C. E.-C.


March 19, 2011

Ester brought so many laughs and tears to all of us at Serene Meadows, we all loved and treasured her.

B. B. and staff..


March 18, 2011

Not only was Esther my Aunt, but she was also a very kind, caring, lovely human being to so many others. She touched several lives with her many talents and giving heart. She loved to have company and to feed people. You never left her place hungry or without enjoying a great conversation. She would talk for weeks if you just popped in to say hello. It meant the world to her. Nothing ever slipped past her without a heartfelt "Thank You". Her and Uncle Walt never had children of their own, but were constantly surrounded by several children that they treated as if they were theirs. We "ALL" were her children. Aunt Esther, you will be missed by so many, but the love you shared with all of us will never be forgotten. May God bless you real good as you now dance in heaven with Uncle Walt. I will miss you! I love you, Cindy

C. D.-R.


March 18, 2011

What a special lady Sugar was. Her smile could light up a room and my children looked forward to visiting her when they would visit their Grandma Miller. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

S. M.


March 18, 2011

I enjoyed working with Esther on so many projects for Davenport and the County. She was one of a kind! Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.

M. and B. A.


March 17, 2011

Esther will always be remembered as one of the most kind, loving and open-minded citizens of Lincoln County. She was a steadfast supporter of her family, friends, churches, museum and the American political system. Always happy to see friends; she was even more excited to make new ones! Her disarming smile and contagious laugh will be missed by everyone who knew her. Our sympathy to the family, Love, G.S & R.M


Walt Kik



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