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Kim Cortight, Jr.

Kim Cortright Jr., 28, of Bethlehem, formerly of Saylorsburg, died June 16 at Manor Care in Bethlehem.  Born in Flemington, NJ, he was a son of Kim Cortright Sr. and Karen (Thatcher) Cortright of Henryville.  He was a graduate of Pleasant Valley High School where he was class treasurer.  From a very young age, he had a gift of helping others through their problems, whether physical or emotional.  Kim also loved animals and nature. 

Survivors:  Parents; brother Brandon Cortright of Henryville; grandmothers Alice Thatcher of Henderson, NV and Grayce Cortright of Adrian, Michigan; aunts Debra Thatcher, Bonnie Tarsi, Dawn Foster on his mother's side, Lyn Cooper and Jill Ortmann on his father's side; a very close special friend Steph, and 3 cousins.

Services:  Private; arrangements by Nicos C. Elias Funeral Home, Allentown.

Contributions:  to Canine Partners For Life, www.k94life.org click on SUPPORT CPL; also on Facebook.