Kimberly Honey Death – Family and friends have taken to social media to mourn the death of Kimberly Honey who passed away. He died on Wednesday 20th December 2023 after a tragic accident. She was cherished daughter and mother, was one of those souls who left an everlasting impact on the hearts of those who had the good fortune to know her. Resilience, generosity, and unshakable loyalty to her family were the defining characteristics of her path.
Who was Kimberly Honey?
When Kim was in Tuscumbia, she attended the First Methodist Church as a member. She had a personality that was full of adventure and she lived her life to the farthest extent. Throughout her life, Kim was a devoted mother and daughter who cherished her family. Her entire world revolved around her children. Her days were devoted to providing her children with love and affection, passing on her knowledge, and making her house a place where laughter and joy could be found.
Her children, on the other hand, flourished under her direction and were living examples of the principles that she taught in them. Within the context of her community, Kimberly’s circle of influence stretched beyond the confines of her immediate family. She had a reputation for being kind and compassionate, and she was always willing to provide a helping hand to people who were in need.
Kimberly Honey Obituary
Because of her sincere and caring attitude, she was able to empathize with others and connect with them, which resulted in the development of a network of relationships that flourished. Kim is survived by her children, Christian Williams (Haley) and Victoria Belle Long (Livingston); parents, David and Sandra Honey; brother, Josh Honey (Cindy); sister, Cheri Grimmitt (Ged); nieces and nephews, Caleb and Abby Honey and Noah and Lucy Grimmitt; special friend, Sean Presley and his son, Sawyer Presley; and beloved pets,
Ollie and Cali.
Visitation will be Saturday, December 23, from 12:30 until 2:00 p.m. at First Methodist Church of Tuscumbia. The funeral service will immediately follow with Rev. Dr. Rudy Guess officiating. The interment will be at Shoals Memorial Garden.
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