Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Memorial Facebook page set up for Zoe Miller - a life far too short, a loss far too painful

Zoe Miller 1989-2011
A memorial Facebook page has now been set up to celebrate the life of Zoe Miller, daughter of my close friend Kris Klaasen - who many of you know as a friend or as owner of Working Design.

This is a devastating time for Kris, Zoe's mom Joni Miller and sister Maia Klaasen, and all their many family and friends, as all of us can only imagine.  

UPDATE - The memorial will be held on Sunday October 2 at 2 p.m. at the Aboriginal Friendship Centre, 1611 East Hastings Street in Vancouver.

Your support is greatly appreciated by all.

My wife Shirley, daughter Erin and I are all stunned and saddened - we have known Zoe almost her entire life.

Our deepest condolences to family and other friends - you are in our thoughts at this difficult time and anything we can do to help, we will.



Jordan Hsieh said...

Sad stuff. I heard about her on the news. A tragic end to a life ended all too soon. She must have lived each day to her fullest. There's nothing to regret. Her life was one of passion.

Anonymous said...

After Jack Layton died, many people wrote, "the good die young." This phrase is equally fitting for this young woman.

Ken in Victoria said...

First of all, I am sorry I did not know this young lady. If you knew her as a good person, then I am sorry for your loss and that of your family and friends. I sincerely wish the best of all under the difficult times. God bless.

DPL said...

She was way too young to leave, it is so sad. Tough on family and friends. RIP

Anonymous said...

zoe was a burst of life that touched all of our hearts so softly she will be missed
and loved by all of us sincerely Elsa Creary.