Kim Flottum Medina OH Death

Kim Flottum Medina OH Death: Retired Bee Culture Magazine Editor died after cancer battle

Kim Flottum Death Medina OH – 76-year-old Kim Flottum, the retired Bee Culture Magazine Editor has sadly passed away. Kim Flottum, the author of “Top-Bar Beekeeping” was announced dead this morning. He died after a way too short battle with cancer. Kim left behind a legacy enriched with kindness, passion for beekeeping, and a deep love for nature, particularly his garden.

Who was Peter Kim Flottum?

Following her graduation from the University of Wisconsin–Madison with a degree in horticulture, Kim Flottum devoted four years to the study of pollination ecology at the USDA Honey Bee Research Lab.

After this, he devoted two years to the cultivation of vast fields of fruits and vegetables, where bees played an essential part in the process. Kim was a unique man who seldom talked badly and found delight in his work with both bees and people.

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His presence exuded optimism; many are fortunate to have him in their lives. As someone well-known for his kind and knowledgeable demeanor, he was generous with both his time and his expertise.

Using this wealth of expertise, Kim has contributed over twenty years of writing and editing articles for beekeepers that have been published in the monthly journal Bee Culture. Additionally, he was the publisher of publications that covered a variety of topics related to beekeeping.

These topics included honey bee pests and illnesses, marketing, queen production, beekeeping history, starting beekeeping, and “The ABC & XYZ of Bee Culture,” which is considered to be the industry’s most influential reference.

Kim Flottum obituary and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date by the family.

Medina is a city in and the county seat of Medina County, Ohio, United States. The population was 26,094 at the 2020 census. It lies about 33 miles south of Cleveland and 23 miles west of Akron within the Cleveland metropolitan area.

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