I sang with Kim in the Utica College Choir in the 1980's She always made things fun. I remember when we went to England for a concert tour and we all had a great time. Your energy and joy will be missed.
Your smile and warmth are gifts that will always give, and for that, I will always be grateful that I met you. Your spirit will always be with the many lives you touched with the custom-made gusto you brought to life...
we were childhood friends in constantia,ny.
rest in peace with the angels:-( love,ann priddy
My condolences to the Rumsmoke/Kashian family. I'll always remember her contagious smile. Prayers for peace and healing for your hearts.
Prayers go out to the family. I remember Kim from her years in the band program in Central Square. She was always upbeat and fun to work with.
always had fun with you in church choir, and grand ma, and sneaking smokes at the play group beside church lol, blessed be.
Peace and comfort be with Kim's family at this difficult time. ~ Kevin Hinshaw, Central Square class of '85
So sorry to read this news. Kim was a spark of light throughout our highschool years. The world has lost a special lady. Hold those memories tight. Prayers.
I just found out about Kim's passing today. I am so very sorry. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.
To Peter, Robert and Alex, we prayed that this day would never come. Kim's strength was nothing short of amazing and inspiring. May you always carry her in your hearts. Please accept our deepest and most heartfelt condolences.
Kim, you were generous with your smile, hugs, laughter, and love. You showed us how to care for one another by caring for us. You helped us remember that there was no day but today and made every day count. My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers are with Peter, Robert, Alex and your entire family.
I'll never forget you buddy. I miss you.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
To Peter, Robert, Alex and all of Kim's family and friends,
My deepest condolences go out to you. I was lucky to know Kim through Utica College alumni events where her smile, her sense of humor and her dedication were absolutely contagious. Even as she was fighting breast cancer, she stayed strong and made it clear to everyone that this disease can't stop you from living every day to the fullest. Kim's amazing energy will not fade away.
Dear Jean and Family:
Joe & I were so sorry to hear about Kimberly. Our deepest condolences to Peter and your entire family.
Joe & Teresa Terranova
Dear Jean & Family:
Joe & I were so sorry to hear about Kim. Our deepest condolences to Peter and all your family.
Joe & Teresa Terranova
To the family & friends so very sorry for you loss, Kimberly sounds like she was an amazing person, very sad to hear that Breast Cancer has taken yet another young beautiful life. My thought & prayers are with you.
Dear Kim, your light will always be bright. I know we all have another Angel in heaven. Love always, Judy & Herb
The brief time we worked together feels like a mere second on the clock of life, but the positive impact you made made on me and the lives of so many known to us both, fills an eternity of inspiting memories. On behalf of all our mutual colleagues whose lives you touched with your warm kindness, thank you. Rest peacefully. May your loved ones be immersed in patience, love and understanding.
My heart grieves with your family. Kim had such a delightful way of making everyone's day brighter. Such lovely memories when we worked together at the old CIAI. She may be gone in body, but never in spirit. Love and prayers always. Laura, Ron, Jeremy, and Jennifer Cox.
Your light had slowly dimmed and has gone out, but will remain bright and warm in our hearts and memories. Love, Vic and Wilma