Erin Kilborn
ERIN LYNETTE ( TRIBE) KILBORN Erin Kilborn passed away November 24, 2005 in Seattle, WA at the age of 23. She was born in Vancouver, WA on January 5, 1982 where she lived until graduation from Prairie High School in 2000. Erin moved to Seattle to attend Seattle Pacific University from which she graduated in 2003. Erin is survived by her husband, Adam Kilborn of Seattle, WA; her parents, David Tribe and Sharon McRae, both of Vancouver, WA; a sister, Sarah Tribe of Vancouver; a brother Dan Tribe of Portland, OR; and grandmothers, Dorothy McRae of Vancouver and Mary Lou Tribe of Brush Prairie, WA. A memorial service will be held on Sat., December 17, 2005 at 3:00 pm at Central Christian Church, 1844 SE 39th Ave., Portland, OR. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Erin Kilborn Memorial Account at any US Bank branch.
Published by The Columbian on Dec. 11, 2005.
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Our hearts and prayers are with you.
Lola Cazier
Dale and Cheryl Witkowski
Cheryl Witkowski
December 17, 2005
Our hearts and prayers are with Erins family. Losing our Jennifer in February, we truly feel your pain. I first saw Erins smile at Pleasant Valley as she was in my group on a field trip. As one Mothers heart to another,my heart aches with you. Please accept our Deepest Sympathy.
Janet Steinmueller
December 15, 2005
I am so sorry to hear of Erin's passing. My sympathy to her family. I cannot imagine the pain of losing one's child or wife at such a young age. My love and prayers are with you.
Phil and Jane Wright
December 14, 2005
Our heartfelt love and sympathy to all the family. Our prayers are with you.
Charles and Lois Dailey
December 12, 2005
I was shocked to see Erin's passing. She was always happy and had such a wonderful outlook with positive goals.
May the spirit of our Heavenly Father bless you at this time.
(Your old neighbor)
December 12, 2005
I was saddened to read about the passing of Erin in the paper this morning. She was such a happy, caring girl. I work at Prairie and Erin came into my office once in a while and she always had a smile and a kind word. She will be greatly missed. Please accept my condolences.
Sandy Bernhardt
December 11, 2005
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