Kimberly Spring

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Kimberly Sue Spring (Miller), 58, went home to be with Jesus on June 3, 2016. She had been battling and fighting for the last two years with stage four brain cancer.

She was born April 11, 1958 in Zanesville. She graduated from Maysville High School in 1976. She moved to Butler in 1981 where she lived for 20 years. Kim worked at First Knox National Bank the majority of those years in Bellville., Fredericktown and Mt. Vernon branches. While working she attended Mt. Vernon Nazarene University and earned her bachelors degree.

The last 15 years she has lived in the Cleveland area and worked at BancOne and Chase Bank. While in Cleveland she attended University of Phoenix and earned her master's degree. In the last five years she was doing what she was passsionate about, teaching. She taught preschool kids through adults and was so happy and loved her job.

Kim loved going to the beach and being outdoors. She loved to travel and try new things. She was an avid Cleveland sports fan and loved going to sporting events. She loved being with her grandchidlren, nieces and nephews as much as possible.

She is survived by her daughter, Amanda (Mandi Miller) and Mel Diaz, with two granddaughters, Zoey and Emma of Rittman; her son, Jeremiah Miller, with granddaughter Alisha Miller and grandson Shelton Miller; her parents, Shirley and Richard Spring of Zanesville; sisters Carol (Spring) and Jim Garanich, with nieces Meghan and Gracie, of Cincinnati; Jane (Spring) and Jim Kilgore, with nephews Andrew and Max, of Zanesville.

She will be deeply missed by her extended family and friends.

She was preceded in death by grandson Jeremy Miller and nephew Mason Kilgore.

Published in Bellville Star from June 13 to June 14, 2016
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