Gone Too Soon
WINNIE M. M. K. KING
When Winnie King was born in Mombasa, the Coast of Kenya on January 10, 1989, she was smiling. She was a happy girl with a sense of humor. She was communicative and. artistic Her mother, a teacher and now a nursing student, set the tone for Winnie’s love for learning. Later, her step-father’s professional ambitions would also influence Winnie’s interest in education. Throughout her 21 years, Winnie had many diverse experiences. She attended excellent schools, travelled widely, and met people from a variety of backgrounds. She attended schools in Kenya, Tanzania, Chicago, Atlanta, Austin, and Corpus Christi. A devoted Baha’i, wherever Winnie went, she stood on the firm foundation of The Faith. A person of many talents, Winnie excelled in art, drama, writ- ing, media production, and photography. Her interests included psychology, media, education, and medicine. She loved children and taught class in Baha’i Summer Camp. Winnie attended Texas A & M before returning to Austin and attending Texas State University. She settled in Austin, the city she had grown to love.
Sunday, May 30, 2010 2:00pm
Austin Baha’i Center 2215 E. M. Franklin Avenue Austin,Texas 78723
Corner of FM2243 N. Bagdad