Thank you for all the support

We are thankful to live in such a loving community.

The family of Kent Kindsvater wishes to express our gratitude for the support we received from the time of Kent’s diagnosis of a Glioblastoma brain tumor to his passing on Oct. 24.

We are blessed to live in a community that surrounded us with love.

Special appreciation goes to the Enumclaw ER, Swedish Cherry Hill Hospital, Enumclaw firefighters, and Week’s Funeral Home. Kent’s celebration of life video can be viewed at weeksfuneralhomes.com

Patty Kindsvater

Enumclaw

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