Kim Fox

kim fox
Kimberly Jean Fox, 55, Fargo, ND passed away on December 1, 2018 at her home surrounded by family and under the care of Hospice of the Red River Valley. She was born September 26, 1963 to James William and Florence (Erhmann) VanEpps in Billings, MT. Kim grew up in Linton, ND and she graduated from Linton High School in 1982. Following graduation, she moved to Wahpeton where she attended NDSCS. In 1983 Kim was united in marriage to Bryan Hoherz in Linton. The couple raised their two children, Lee and Karissa, in Fargo. Kim was a supervisor at Perkins and later managed the restaurant and bar at the Radisson. She also worked for Valley Rental and Sanford Hospital. Kim was employed at the VA Hospital as a medical support assistant until leaving for medical reasons. On July 10, 1997 Kim married Rick Fox at United Methodist Church in Fargo. They made their home in Fargo. Kim was an avid shopper who always managed to find a good deal. She also loved getting manicures, and was known for the fun designs on her nails. Kim never forgot a birthday, whether it was a coworker, friend or family member. She had a huge heart for everybody and always put everyone above herself. Her “Nana Sandwiches” were enjoyed by family, neighbors, friends, and her grandkids because they were made with love. Kim’s greatest joy was spending time with her grandkids. She is survived by her husband of 21 years, Rick; children, Lee (Meghan) Hoherz and Karissa (Jason) Hoherz; grandchildren, Charlye, Nevaeh, Shayla, Beau, Jason, and Adrion; siblings, Dawn (Mike) Hoherz; William (Lois) VanEpps; and Tina (Wade) Doty; nieces and nephews, BranDee (Kevin) Moran; Cassandra, Amber, William Jr., and Joshua VanEpps; and Peyton Doty; great-nieces and nephews, Gabrial, Alexandria, Brooklyn, and Jayden Moran. She was preceded in death by her parents and grandparents. There will be a visitation from 6-8:00 PM on Thursday, December 6, 2018 at Boulger Funeral Home and Celebration of Life Center. Her Celebration of Life will be at 2:00 PM on Friday, December 7, 2018 at Boulger Funeral Home with a visitation one hour prior.

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  1. Kim will be missed by all . We have many good memories from North Fargo clinic . My thought and prayers are with her family .

  2. My deepest Sympathy to Kim and her family. She was so loved. All always remember the fun times at lunch at the Va with her, Liz, Andrea, and Kathy. I always remember the excitement in her face when she would talk about her grandbabies. We love you Kim Fox and we will greatly miss you. Thinking of you Rick and family in this time of need. GOD BLESS YALL.

  3. My dearest Kim,
    I have been trying to write how I feel all day… To tell stories about our time growing up, hanging out together ALOT, sometimes doing what we were not suppose to be doing..

    I decided our stories are for us to remember, as our memories will last forever in my heart. (we really do not need to tell everyone, everything we did as long as we know we were having a great time : )

    (and we never got caught)

    Your laughter and smiles were always addicting, always loving, caring and sincere.

    Heaven was sure given a beautiful angel…

    Please give your mama a huge hug for me, Love you both..

    Prayers to your family………..

  4. My beautiful friend, may she rest in peace! Our deepest sympathy to Rick and family!! She is a beautiful guardian angel for us all!

  5. Kim you where truely amazing inside and out. You had a heart of gold and you and Rick would do anything for anyone. You always listened. But you did not have a problem putting anyone in there place if needed. Ha ha. Your love for your family and friends was incredible. Your a true blessing. Love and miss u. Renae Olexa

  6. Jeff and my thoughts are with you during this difficult time. I will always remember our bowling days and all the fun we had together.

  7. Thoughts and prayers to Kim’s family during this difficult time. Kim was a fun, sweet and hard-working gal; I enjoyed working with her during my time at the VA. Kim touched many hearts and will be missed by even more. RIP my friend; for your suffering is over.
    With sincere sympathy, Susan Pearson

  8. Kim and I met 30 years ago and became fast friends. She was just one of the “guys” to me. I will miss her, and her kind heart greatly. I wish her well in her new journey… My thoughts go out to her family who also mean very much to me.

  9. Kim was a Joy to work with who always had a smile on her face. May God watch over her family during this time. My deepest sympathy.

  10. Karissa, Lee, and Rick. My thoughts and prayers are with you! Was so sad to hear of Kim’s passing! She was like Stacy’s second mom and I always appreciated that! Sending love and hugs!

  11. Kim’s ready smile and willingness to help anyone and everyone will be missed at the Fargo VA. My thoughts and prayers are with Kim’s family during this sad and difficult time.

  12. My sweet Kim I miss you and your loving heart everyday, life wont be the same around here, but I know you will always be near. I will think of you always and forever smile. I love you dearly -Your Spicy Jalapeno

  13. Our sincere sympathy to the family. I know she will be greatly missed. We still remember when her and Dawn babysat for us. Such great kids so I am sure she made a wonderful mother, grandmother.

  14. My grandmother was the light of my life and I will always miss her she was the biggest part of my life and you really never understand how much you need someone until they are gone and that is said by many and only believed by most but I will regret every single breath I took without her making it easier for me to breath I will miss her until the day we are reunited once again her and my great grandmother Florence. She is my everything she did everything she could for everyone else sometimes I wish she would have cared a little else for everyone and make sure she was ok I miss her with everything in me.

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