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This year we were again able to assist the families of two Correctional Officers who were taken to their Heavenly home.  We received wonderful letters of thanks from their family members.  The spirit of Kim's kindness is still alive with her brother and sister officers.  

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  Kimberly Ann Houle was a young woman who committed herself to a career serving in the criminal justice system.  She worked as a Correctional Officer for the Rhode Island Department of Corrections.  On January 22, 2006, at the age of twenty-two, God chose to take Kimberly to her Heavenly home.  
  During her brief life here on earth Kim touched so many people in such a positive manner that, in her memory, her family and friends have established the Kimberly Ann Houle Memorial Fund. 
  The fund will primarily focus on the two areas of education which were so important to Kim.  First was her commitment to eternal matters.  At a young age Kim attended a Christian children's retreat where she invited Jesus Christ into her heart.  Through this act of accepting the saving work of Jesus Christ, we know Kim will now spend eternity in Heaven.  In light of this we will assist young children wishing to attend Christian camps that will have a life changing impact on their lives.
  Kim was also committed to pursuing her secondary education in the criminal justice field, taking classes at both Rhode Island College and the Community College of Rhode Island, earning her degree with honors from C.C.R.I.  In the spirit of her pursuit for a college degree, the fund  will assist young women with their education working towards a degree in a criminal justice program.  
  The fund will also financially assist Correctional Officers and their families who have suffered grave hardship.
  In light of Kimberly's career, we encourage you to pray for, and be thankful for, the many men and women who have dedicated themselves to serving in the corrections profession.  They work one of the toughest jobs in the Country. 
  "The next time you see one in uniform, thank them." 
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Kim and her parents were beaming with joy the day she graduated from the Rhode Island Department of Corrections Academy,
Class # 74. 


  If you would like further information or if you would like to donate, please contact us.  You can also use the link above to make a secure donation using PayPal.  We would like to thank each one of you who donated for your support.   

Kimberly Ann Houle Memorial Fund
5 Stonehill Drive, Apt 4A Stoneham, 
Eastham, MA 02180