Kimberlee Wasylewski

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Kimberlee Ann (Sewell) Wasylewski, age 62, passed away, unexpectedly, at home on May 18, 2021.

She was born July 21, 1958, to Ira and Joyce (Church) Sewell in Flushing, Michigan.  

Kim worked as a dispatcher for the Otsego County Sheriff’s Department and at Great Lakes Energy in Boyne City. In her earlier years, Kim sang with local bands.

She is survived by her life partner, Joel Wasylewski; step-children Amy (Gary) Vogt, Audrey (Joel) Finn-Harris, Julie Wasylewski, and Nicole (Shawn) Kilmer; brothers, Jeff (Becky) Sewell, Paul (Glenis) Sewell, and Mark (Gerri) Sewell; and five grandchildren.

Kim was preceded in death by her parents; and her step-daughter Cheryl Wasylewski.

Kim’s family will have a celebration of life privately at a later date.

Arrangements were entrusted to Nelson Funeral Home & Cremation Service, P.O. Box 1548, Gaylord, MI 49734.

8 comments on “Kimberlee Wasylewski”

  1. So sorry for your family’s loss. Kim was always so nice and friendly. She always talked to me about our daughters and her grandbabies. She will be greatly missed. God bless you, we are sending prayers for your loss.

    1. I wish I could go back and redo our last conversation. I wish I would’ve tried to fix things, it shouldn’t have ended that way. I thought I had more time.

  2. Dear Family, Sorry for your loss of this lovely lady (Kim) she was sweet and always took the time to talk kind of everyone.

  3. Darlene(Ellison) Wandrie

    Sorry for your family’s loss. She was a great friend growing up in Johannesburg school. We shared many adventures. One of them was coming down with mumps at 16. Sad we didn’t stay in touch after I moved to Petoskey. Pray for you all

  4. To the Sewell’s and all of Kim’s family members,

    Heaven has gained another angel! I have known Kim for many years, she was a very kind hearted person and will be missed by all that have known her!
    Rest in peace Kim, for I know you are in the loving arms of our Lord!
    My thoughts and prayers are with her friends and families, and we will all meet again!

  5. Rich Blackmore

    VERY sorry to hear this news. She was a talented lady- a good singer. I remember her sitting in with some of my old bands back in the day…she could ROCK the house and the crowds loved her for sure.

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