Kimberly Sauther Miller

August 20, 1967December 4, 2018
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Kim Sauther Miller, 51, of Spokane Valley, Washington, joined our Lord in heaven on December 4th, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Kim was born in Great Falls, MT, on August 20th, 1967. As a child and through her teenage years, Kim was a talented gymnast and enjoyed showing horses with her family. She graduated at the top of her class from Central Valley High School and continued her education at Eastern Washington University before joining the US Army Medical Corp where she was in the advance units of Desert Storm. After leaving the Army, she continued in the medical profession, holding Laboratory Manager positions for Sacred Heart Medical Center and LabCorp (formerly Paml) in a career spanning 20+ years. She relished planting flowers, tending to her yard, and spending time chatting with friends and family. But most of all, she loved watching Marcus play football and compete in various athletic endeavors.

Kim is survived by Son Marcus Miller; Parents Vic and Kathy Sauther; Sisters Vicki (Jimmy) Brown, Melissa Sauther, Ande (Ken) Priddy, and Ali Williams; Nieces Gracie, Molly and Abby Priddy, and Delaney and Will Williams; as well as numerous Aunts, Uncles and Cousins. Kim is preceded in death by Grandparents John (Marion) Hanchett and Gust (Helen) Sauther. Kim’s family wishes to extend a special thank you to Dr. Susannah Mourton for her loving care of Kim for the past 2 years.

Family, Friends, and others whose lives Kim touched are invited to join on December 14th at 2:00 PM at Valley Fourth Church with Pastor Joe Pursch officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to Because There is Hope ( in memory of Kim Miller. The organization offers hope, healing, and a safe haven for local patients undergoing cancer treatment.


14 December

Memorial Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Valley Fourth Church

2303 S Bowdish Rd
Spokane Valley, WA 99206


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Rosalee Allan

December 11, 2018

Kimberly was an outstanding leader for Pathology Associates Medical Laboratories.(PAML). I had the honor of having her as one of my team of dedicated employees who served the Coeur D’Alene region proudly. I also was witness to her unwavering support of her son as he played football with my grandson. Game nights were special. Rest In Peace Kimberly. You will be greatly be missed by all.

Rosalee Allan, Former COO of PAML

Stephanie Moscone

December 10, 2018

I met Kim through work she was my boss, but she was more than that she was my friend. She truly cared for me and all her staff for that matter . She went out of her way to help me when she knew I needed help. She always had a way of knowing when I had something going on in my life. I will miss our talks and hearing her call me sweets even though she called alot of us that. I love you and now you rest easy my friend.

Molly Carolan

December 8, 2018

I remember Kim and I riding horses for hours. We would laugh so much. I loved when my horse and I slept over at Kim’s House. I always considered her one of my best friends. When Marcus started attended Opportunity I was so excite to be re connected to the family.
My daughter and Marcus becoming friends in High School met that we were suppose to be life long friends.
Kim will be missed and our love for horses.

Rowena Cochran

December 6, 2018

I am deeply saddened to hear of Kim's passing. She was a wonderful boss and person. Kim genuinely cared for her employees. I only worked at PAML for little while but glad to have met her. I will always remember Kim. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


December 6, 2018

I remember long years ago, my boss (Kim) was trying to help me in the processing room, and since she used to work in the hospital she started working like she knew, when I went back I and check on her i freak out, and said what just happen here? we laugh and laugh, she did everything completely different as we do in the PC lab, we had to re do everything again, she did what she could and went beyond her limits to accommodate, and help everyone one of us in everything she could.
I know she will be here today, if heaven wasn’t so far away, I LOVE YOU BOSS 
Friend Annie.

Janet Byrnes

December 5, 2018

Kim will always be remembered for her beauty-both inside and out. I will remember her sense of humor and most wonderful smile. She adored her son and was a devoted mom and always had the best things to say about her family.
I’m going to miss her!

Pamela Johnston

December 5, 2018

I loved when little Kim and Vicky came to town. Cousins my age! We played a lot of slots and took the little ones for walks in the neighborhood. Finally, girls to play with. Kim was always so darling but tough. I wished so much that they would move back. She grew to be a lovely, loving woman with a strong character and a wonderful son. I hope that your family is comforted knowing so many people care. Love, your cousin, Pam