March 30, 1970 - May 08, 2012
March 30, 1970 - May 08, 2012
God has been granted another beautiful angel. Our mother, daughter, sister, niece, aunt, and friend was taken from us to fly with the other angels. Sadly, we had to let her go from this earth at a very young age. But know now that she is free of all pain. Her renewed relationship with God allowed her to make peace with this world, herself and her family prepared her to begin her new journey with the Lord.
Dawnette (Dani) “Wallace” Kirkpatrick was born March 30, 1970 to Robert Wallace and Vera Kadrmas in Denver, Colorado.
She attended West High School in Billings, Montana and studied Health Care Administration at Montana State University- Billings in Billings, Montana.
She was a free spirited young lady, loving life as it came along. Her sense of humor and twinkle in her eye for mischief will be greatly missed.
Some of our fondest memories with our mother came from our never boring childhood.
My greatest memory of my mother would be her saying, “Bandunal wanna go on a road trip? Turn the T.V. off and let’s get in the car and see how far we can go.” Of course, I would jump up as we would leave with the clothes on our backs, nothing more, nothing less. Every sign we came across, she would ask me, “left or right?” I would choose our direction and look around to see what was to become of our journey. Everytime I get in the car, still til this day, I turn the radio up, jam it up and choose my direction. Now that you are gone, it is your turn to take the passenger seat and send me the right direction. I love and miss you always.
Forgiveness had repaired such a tender and precious relationship between mother and daughter that will be a blessing to remain in my heart forever. My fondest memory is of our growing and changing relationship over the past 18 years that has developed into something miraculous. My mother and I have been on a roller coaster. One worth every minute of the ride. I love you. Forever and always. May you be free of pain and worry, find happiness and relief, and go forward knowing you’re with me every step of the way. I love you.
Jordyn Marie Kirkpatrick
She is survived by her children: Ashley Kirkpatrick of Billings, Mt., Brieana Kirkpatrick (Aaron Roberts) of Fort Collins, Colo., Brandon Wallace of Billings, Mt., and Jordyn Kirkpatrick of Billings, Mt. She is also survived by her parents, Len and Vera Kadrmas, Robert Wallace, her brothers and sisters, Michelle and Brett McDunn (Crystal, Melissa, Brittany), Natashia (Sterling Murphy), Jeff Kadrmas (Brady), Randy and Shelley Kadrmas (Brandon, Kyle, Jessica, Kaitlyn), and Linda Remmick as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, and uncles. She was proceeded in death by her husband, David Kirkpatrick, her grandparents, and her aunt Vivian.
Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 14 at Dayspring Christian Church in Windsor. Inurnment Resthaven Memory Gardens. Family and friends may view the complete online obituary and sign the guestbook at www.resthavencolorado.com.
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