In Memory of




Obituary for Tamie Kile (Stolp)

Tamie Leaann Kile, born January 15, 1963 in Cheyenne, WY, grew her wings and joined her Mother on Friday February 17, 2023 at St Johns hospital in Leavenworth, KS.
Tamie meant so much to so many, but as the Matriarch of her family she was everything. As a very loving, devoted nurturer she made sure everyone’s needs and wishes were taken care of before her very own. There is not a person who was lucky enough to know her that did not have their life touched in a very significant way by her. With her “Saintlike” way of living, giving for her came more than natural no matter who needed what. Being very active in the military community, she devoted a lot of her time to helping veterans not only at work but at the VFW. Tamie was also an avid bowler and bowled every week with her family. She loved monster trucks, motorcycles, the Chicago Bears, NASCAR, playing cards, watching Yellowstone, “piggy-dipping” with her toes in a kiddie pool on her back porch and so much more.
Tamie’s beloved memory is being survived by her husband JP Kile, whom she married August 13, 1993, on Main Street, Sturgis, SD. This August they would have celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary. She is also survived by her daughter Hollie Nikkel and her husband Lance Nikkel and her grand puppies Angel, Bella and Cooper, her son Joseph Kile and his wife Wendy Kile and their 8 children Olivia, Juliet, JJ, Owen, Elijah, Abigail, Delilah and Jubilee, Neemah (ninny) her sweet little dog, Tamie’s Dad Charles (bud) Stolp and Step mom Marcia Stolp of Cheyenne, WY, and Sisters Sheri Stolp and Trish Dorsey and her husband Gene Dorsey.
A Memorial Service will be held privately for family only on Saturday, February 25, 2023. A Celebration of Life will be from 4:00 to 7:00 pm at the Rock of Ages Chapel for anyone who would like to pay their respects to Tamie as well as her family. Those unable to attend the Celebration of Life may view the live stream at

Rock of Ages Chapel
1017 Randolph
Leavenworth, KS 66048
The family is requesting no flowers. Donations in Tamie’s name may be directed to The Tunnel to Towers Foundation in honor of Tamie’s memory. Forms will be provided by the family.