Kie Tamiya Matsuda, a loving father, husband, and friend passed away on Friday the 8th of January 2016. Kie's injuries were very critical and unfortunately were too severe to save him. We are raising money to help support all of our expenses for this tragic accident. The money will be used for medical, funeral, cremation, and coroner bills, along with all of the other financial expenses. Kie was the most wonderful man who always smiled and cracked jokes with everyone. Kie was never shy and wouldn't be afraid to make new friends. Kie touched the hearts of many and was known by so many people. He was very outgoing and helpful. He would help anyone in need in a heartbeat. Kie was a great father to his three children David, Kimiyko, and Takato. He raised them to be strong individuals who are very responsible and motivated. He taught them to be who they wanted to be and to never be afraid to reach their goals. Kie always supported each of his kids with school, sports, careers, and anything that was important to them. He was an amazing husband to his wife Holli. They were best friends ever since they were twelve. They have been together for twenty three years and had such a strong relationship. They had a love people look a lifetime for. The outpouring love, messages and prayers to the family of what everybody could do would be a small donation to show your appreciation of how Kie has touched your lives. Thank you so much for all of your love and support. It is with deepest gratitude for all of the loving support and contributions in assisting Kie's family with lifting this financial burden and allowing the family to grieve.
Unfortunately the loss of her only son has impacted Kie's Mother severely sending her to the hospital for an undetermined length of time and we are also asking for your support in her care, too. (01/11/2016)
Kie's Mother has been moved to a Care Home under medical care and was diagnosed to have suffered a massive stroke due to the stress of losing her son. It will be a long road of rehabilitation before she may be able to return home. (1/28/2016)