Sun City K9 Adoptions Remembers Kim Goble

It is will a heavy heart that Sun City K9 Adoptions remembers the life of beloved shelter Director ...

It is will a heavy heart that Sun City K9 Adoptions remembers the life of beloved shelter Director Kim Goble. After a courageous battle with cancer, Kim left for her final resting place Wednesday, April 4th in the early morning hours.

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Kim dedicated her life to the aid of animals and was loved and cherished by her community. She is admired by animal rescuers far and wide for her work to keep Sun City K9’s no-kill mission up and running, and for her committed protection of so many dogs and cats over the years.

She has done a lot of great work for the cities of Menifee and Sun City and was peaceful knowing that the people she loves so much would continue her work when she was gone.

As she had been in hospice care for several months, her duties were transitioned prior to her passing and will continue to be maintained by the capable and caring hands of Sun City K9’s devoted staff.

In an email from Kim’s daughter, Naomi says, “We appreciate all the love you have shown her through this difficult time with her cancer. We are very happy she is in a better place that she can now rest. Please laugh, smile, and have a beer in her honor. That's how she would of wanted it.”

Kim's memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 11:00 AM. The service will take place at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 43940 Pacific Sunset Drive in Temecula California 92592.

If you would like to send flowers the family has made arrangements with Wes Flowers, they have all the necessary information, please contact them at (951) 693-5700. Please feel free to pass along the information about her services.

For information about the shelter, or ways to honor Kim and her work please contact Marie at (951) 301-9928.


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  1. A beautiful person has entered Heaven's Gate. I know the Rainbow Bridge Committee was there to greet you, and many others.
    RIP Dear One. Thoughts and Prayers with your Family.
    Debbie Peterson

  2. I am so saddened by this news. Kim was a sweet lady and she took such good care of the animals. She loved them and they knew it. During adoption days, they loved when the girls got lunch because it meant fun snacks for them. Kim always got the greatest smile when "sneaking" one of them a french fry! I'm sure they all met her with more licks and kisses than she could stand! As her daughter suggests, I am going to smile, laugh, and have a beer in her honor - right after I wipe the tears from my eyes. God bless her family and Sun City K9 (her other family). She will be missed.

  3. You gave my daughter her first job volunteering at 13. You knew she was young ,but you saw something in here love for the dogs. She is now turning 18 . When I talked to you a few months ago you said you were doing better and when you got back to the shelter you would take my other daughter that's turnin