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In Memory of Kim Scholl

Kim Scholl, age 64 of Hudson, WI passed away on April 15, 2020 surrounded by family. Kim was born on February 6, 1956 in Chicago, Illinois to Audrey Edenhofer. Kim graduated from Round Lake Beach high school in 1974. In 1993, she married the love of her life, Donald A. Scholl.

Kim loved her family above all else in this world. She was tremendously proud of her children and of all of their accomplishments and endeavors. Kim truly lived life to the fullest. Whether she was camping with her family, traveling with her husband or simply enjoying the moments family life brought. 

Kim will remain in the hearts of her husband, Donald A. Scholl; children, Kevin (Katee) Proschwitz, Keith Proschwitz, Niki Southworth; grandchildren, Aidan; siblings, Lynn (Joe) Riendeau, Bill (Heidi) Eden, Lori (John) Schlebinger and all of her beloved family and close friends. She is preceded in death by her parents, Audrey and John Edenhofer.

Memorials for Kim’s family may be mailed to O’Connell Family Funeral Home, Care of Kim Scholl’s Family, 520 S. 11th Street, Hudson, WI 54016, to be forwarded on behalf.

Services have been entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home in Hudson, Wisconsin

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    • Kevin and Keith, Your mom was a sweetheart. I’m so sorry she left you so soon. I was your neighbor on Lakeshore Dr in Lake Villa. My daughter Candace and I lived in your basement temporarily when our house next door sold. I have very fond memories of you both as toddlers. I was looking her up to reach out and catch up and very sadly found her obituary.

      I see Don you and Kim did marry. You are indeed the love of her life ❤. You started dating when I temporarily roomed with Kim. I hope you both had a wonderful marriage.

      I wish the entire family health and happiness.

    • Kevin, my heart aches for you and your family on the passing if your dear Mom. Please know you are all in my prayers as you deal with this difficult challenge. I wish you all peace and comfort!