Wilcox worked with animals for more than two decades
By Kelly Cantrall
Monday, July 29, 2013 at 12:11 am (Updated: July 29, 12:30 am)
A Radcliff wildlife shelter no longer will be in operation after the death of its manager.
Monika Wilcox, who ran Woodland Wildlife along with her husband, died Thursday at University Hospital in Louisville. The shelter is now closed but is in need of financial and volunteer assistance.
Wilcox, 59, worked with wildlife for 23 years, specializing in animals that needed extra care and couldn’t be placed elsewhere, said her daughter, Sarah Nickell.
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