Justice for Lynn


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Reply FloadralWag
11:23 PM on August 5, 2013 
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Reply Behnaz Reid
3:44 PM on July 24, 2013 
Hi to the dear family of Lynn. I was working with Lynn for few years at Canadian Blood Services in Vancouver, while Lynn was living with her ex-boyfriend on a boat in Deep Cove. We clicked right from the beginning and became great friends for the years after. When she broke up with him she stayed with me until moved to Penticton later. We had shared lots of laughs, sorrows, tears, and happiness at that time. I visited her in Penticton and stayed with her for few days and we had a blast together on that visit. I am so grateful for those good times we shared at the time. After 2010 that I'd moved to US we still kept in touch and were talking on a regular basis. On June 18, 2011 when I called her for her birthday wishes, she told me that they had planned a trip to Arizona, and they would stop in Boise to stay with us for the night for a short visit. We planned for that weekend.... I waited, waited and waited..., but no sign from Lynn. Called many times but no respond, emailed her, but again no respond. I thought that she is having a good time with Keith and simply has forgotten about me!! Few times I went back to BC and again no news from Lynn. Her cell phone was disconnected and no answer at Keith's home either. .... If I had known!!!!!! My beautiful friend was shot in the face and I thought that she was having a good time with him.... Today I was checking the news and I saw the title:"Former RCMP officer Keith Wiens has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of his common-law wife, Lynn Kalmring two years ago." I was in shock... My friend, Lynn??!! No that couldn't be happening. Two years ago..??!! I'm sad, shocked and speechless. I don't know what to say.... I loved her so much.... All I can say to her family, especially to Brandy and Ava, that I know she'd cared so much for them, I am so so very sorry to hear that our dear Lynn is gone, and please accept my condolences. I don't know what else to say.... I am sharing same sadness, disbelief and shock. God bless her and her dear family. Rest in peace my dearest friend, Lynn. Love you always..
Reply P Brooks
5:45 AM on July 12, 2013 
I cannot tell you how terribly upset I am at the circumstances of your loved one's death, and how sad I feel for the whole family, at this tragic loss. Lynn will always be with you in spirit. I just pray that justice is done!!! Many people have you in their prayers and wish you strength and love.
Reply Chris Crowley
4:17 PM on January 8, 2013 
I know your pain, it never goes away. Lynn appears to be one who enjoyed life to the fullest. Never give up and stay on top of this, she is unable to speak for herself, only you and the state can speak for her. All my prayers.
Reply Debra Boos
7:44 PM on January 7, 2013 
God Bless you on your road to Justice for Lynn.. I know it can be a very long and painful journey. My Prayers are with you and your loved ones..
Reply DonnaD
12:13 AM on January 5, 2013 
I was directed to you site today, through another family that is now suffering a very sad loss... I also lost my son, he was murdered back in 2006 , but I never found out what happened until Oct 2010. We are about to start the trial. I am so very sorry for your loss, and I feel your pain. You are all in my thoughts and prayers as you move through a very difficult journey in your lives. It is sad times like this brings so many together, but I have to say it is nice to meet others who can share and understand our pain, and anger. I have been wanting also to make some changes... Please let me know what can I do...
Reply Shelley
7:46 PM on January 4, 2013 
Thank You to everyone that has helped us succeed at getting the petitions delivered in the House of Commons...a small...but giant step forward

Lynn's sister Shelley
Reply [email protected]
10:21 PM on August 7, 2012 
Janet Weir says...
Brandy and family
Just letting you know that your Mom and the justice you are seeking are still in our hearts and minds.

Hi Janet,

Thank you for taking the time to comment. Your support means a lot!
Reply Janet Weir
5:56 PM on June 12, 2012 
Brandy and family
Just letting you know that your Mom and the justice you are seeking are still in our hearts and minds.
Reply David Marsh
9:30 PM on May 21, 2012 
We at http://www.tomthumb.info have the same feeling.The justice is corrup right the way through,and its all done under the political policy of "Attack the innocent to protect the guilty.Hope you all can sign a petition for a grandmother of 89 who was highly decorated in ww2,and help "STOP" injustice,from us all at Tom Thumb,and friends.
Reply Brandy
4:27 PM on January 16, 2012 
It seems to get harder as the time passes. I feel emptyness, and this town seems to have lost its color. I just want to see her again, hear her voice again.....Miss you Mom
Reply Shelley
4:18 PM on January 16, 2012 
Today it has been 5 months since Lynn was taken from us...My heart is so empty..that spot will never be filled again...we were suppose to grow old together ,...but one person's selfish decistion was able to change everyones life forever...I only hope this man will rot in hell...and that even is too good for him...Lynn we will keep fighting the fight of justice....your life will live on with the love and memory from me and all your family. Missing you so much...
Reply Jamie
10:27 PM on January 2, 2012 
Hanna says...
I stand with Lynn's family in demanding justice for her murder and I'm outraged at the special treatment that Keith Wiens is receiving from all of his buddies in the RCMP & the judicial system. He is a violent man, a murderer, and he has lost all of his rights to live in our community as a free man.

I can clearly sense your outrage Hanna. I too don't want to see this man walking the streets. As far as I am concerned, bail should not be granted to a murder suspect, period. But as a police officer myself, I am also offended by your statement. You need to realize that it wasn't an RCMP officer sitting up in the front of the courtroom granting bail, but a judge. This sad incident was investigated properly and thoroughly by the Penticton RCMP. But it was a judge who felt that there was no danger to the public and thus released him. So please don't think there is 'special treatment' from the police here.
Reply Brandy
10:50 PM on December 8, 2011 
I miss Mom so much.....For all who still have a MOM, don't forget to tell her how much ou love her!
Reply Katherine
9:12 PM on November 27, 2011 
My heartfelt condolences to the family.
Reply Lindsay
12:16 AM on November 8, 2011 
I worked with Lynn for 3 years. She was an amazing, strong and beautiful woman. I will do all I can to support Lynn's Law and others whose lives have been taken too early. My thoughts go out to all those that were fortunate enough to have Lynn touch their lives.
Reply robyn
12:05 AM on November 6, 2011 
lynn was a wonderful and caring person,you are greatly missed by all.RIP pretty lady,think about you all the times and miss you dearly.
Reply sue
2:19 PM on November 4, 2011 
loves & hugs keep up the good work
Reply Sarah Brill
1:55 AM on November 4, 2011 
You are doing a great thing. Hugs and love to the family
Reply Natalia
11:48 PM on November 3, 2011 
I really hope to see positive change come form this horrible and traumatic situation. I couldn't imagine having to live in a small community and run a business knowing that the person who killed a family member was free to live near by. In hopes that he WILL be charged for this murder, it still doesn't account for the fact that his trial will not be for quite sometime, so how is the family expected to heal and go on with their daily lives?!? Our support, love and sympathy goes out to the whole family- Natalia & Blake
Reply Jeannie Cavallo
9:17 PM on November 3, 2011 
Sorry for your loss.
Reply Dustin
6:00 PM on November 3, 2011 
Heard about the website today.....Would like to pass all positve energy towards the family.On behalf of my family to yours...
Reply Joe Kuroaka
1:58 AM on November 2, 2011 
Miss you Mom, Love all the beutifull pictures of you on the site. Thank you for a lifetime of teaching me how to trust and respect other people and to never quit on your dreams.
Reply maggie leslie
2:10 PM on October 31, 2011 
I am lynn,s oldest sister i miss her a lot lynn and i have shared some great sister time over the years some of which were when lynn lived here on the coast and her and I started a business called lynne sense she was so happy to be following her dream making soaps lotions and bath salts every morning her and I would have our cup of coffee long before any one was up it was in these moments when we shared story,s about our lives her warm smile just made me happy that she was the first person I saw before our day began i will truly miss her a lot but know that she is watching over our family as we struggle with her death this should of never happened we want the laws changed and won,t stop until this happens
Reply Miss Donna
9:45 PM on October 30, 2011 
I am Lynn's sister and I miss talking to her, hearing her laugh, listening to her dreams and her love for life. I know in my heart that justice will be done for her and other families who have lost a loved one from a tragedy like this. Violence against anyone should not be tolerated, especially domestic violence against women. Lets stand united and put an end to this, its time to be heard. There was no time to say goodbye.....and my heart aches..and I too go through days of deep sorrow, then anger, and still disbelief leaves me feeling empty. My sister's death will not be in vain...Lynn's Law will change our broken justice system and you can be a part of that change.