Kim Marie Scesny

September 1, 2020

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Kim Marie Scesny (Kolakowski), 59, of Pompano Beach, FL passed away on September 1, 2020. She was born on December 27, 1960, in Mt. Clemens, MI. 

She spent her last hours on earth surrounded by family. Kim is survived by her fiancé, Michael Bonn; son, Jonathan (Marie) Hagan; daughter, Sandra Hagan; and granddaughters, Anna and Violet Hagan. Kim is also survived by her brothers, Wade (Theresa) Kolakowski and Gary (Denise) Kolakowski; sisters, Judy (Joe) Burchfield, Dawn Kolakowski, Melissa (Aaron) Lysic, and Ruthie Shakar. Many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends will also greatly miss Kim. 

Kim was preceded in death by her infant son, Richard Arthur Hagan; father, Richard Kolakowski; mother, Sharon Downs; brother, Rick Kolakowski; and brother-in-law, Joseph Shakar. 

As a family, we are grateful for the love and support shown to our mom over the years - she had so many people who loved and cared for her. We are most grateful to God for saving her soul, as she willingly accepted the gift of salvation He offers. This life is unpredictable but our God is unchanging and faithful. Mom, you are with HIM now - forever at peace - and we look forward to a glorious reunion in heaven. 

Kim spent her childhood and young adult life in the “arctic” north (Michigan) prior to moving to South Florida in the early ’80s. Once she experienced the Florida tropics, there was no turning back - trips north were reserved for family visits - but did increase in frequency once grandbabies came along! Somewhere along the journey, she became known as “Kiki” - seemingly a fitting name for her - and even more fitting as it became “Grandma Kiki,” perhaps her favorite title, second only to “Mom.” 

In her late teen years, Kim began dating and later married Leo Hagan. In 1979 they welcomed their firstborn son, Jonathan Ross, into the world. What joy he brought! In 1981, their next son, Richard Arthur, was born and only lived 1 day on earth before going to heaven. This was a crushing blow to their young family, but just under a year later in 1982, God gave them a baby girl, Sandra Jo - who would forever have a special mother/daughter bond with Kim. Though Kim and Leo’s relationship ended before Kim moved to FL, the children they had together would bond them for life. During the kids’ growing up years, Leo would always be sure to include Kim in all facets of their lives - phone calls, visits, school events, and of course sending lots of pictures. Jon and Sandy are grateful to their dad for encouraging and maintaining this relationship.

Kim’s life was filled with many ups and downs, but she will be remembered for her laugh (sometimes due to her lack of coordination), her willingness to help anyone in need, and her genuine love for the people God placed in her life - friends, family, and even complete strangers. If she was able to help someone, she always would. 

For the past, almost 20 years, her partner, Michael Bonn, has been a constant support, caregiver, and best friend to Kim. Despite some of his own health struggles, he always did his best to show Kim that she was deeply loved! 

In 2011, Kim faced a medical crisis and her survival was an absolute miracle. These last 9 years have been a gift from God and have been lived to their fullest. Kim has been able to enjoy and create many more memories with Mike, her precious grandchildren, her children, and other family and friends. 

Mom, Grandma Kiki, Aunt Kim, Kimmy, Kiki, ‘Ski - you will be greatly missed! 

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