Kimberly-Graham-Obituary

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Kimberly Sue Graham

Imlay City, Michigan

Jul 13, 1966 – Nov 17, 2020 (Age 54)

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BORN
July 13, 1966
DIED
November 17, 2020
AGE
54
LOCATION
Imlay City, Michigan

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Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City Obituary

Kimberly “Kim” Graham, age 54, of Lapeer, Michigan died Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at her home.  Kimberly Sue Schroeder was born July 13, 1966 at Almont Community Hospital in Bruce Township, MI. She is the daughter of Charles and Patricia (West) Schroeder.  Kim grew up in Attica, MI. She is a graduate of Lapeer East High School, Class of 1985. Kim lived most of her life in the Attica and Lapeer areas.   She was employed as a hospital unit clerk for Lapeer County General Hospital. Kim had waitressed in the Lapeer area for a period of time.   Kim was a member of 4-H, showing horse and cattle during her high school years.   She is survived by: her daughter: Paige (Daniel) Graham of Attica, MI: her sons: Tyler (Melanie) Willin and children of Attica, MI and Troy (Jena) Willin and children of Attica, MI:  her parents: Chuck and Patricia Schroeder of Attica, MI: brothers: Barry Schroeder of Attica, MI and Brian (Evelyn) Schroeder of Attica, MI; her four grandchildren: Jason, Skyler, Davey, Parker, Ariana, and Mia; and her special extended family: Jeff Willin and Ty Graham.   The funeral service will be held 1:30 pm Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City, 225 N. Main Street, Imlay City, MI.  Interment will follow at Attica Township Cemetery.   The family will be available for visitation 11 – 1:30 pm, Thursday, November 19, 2020 at Muir Brothers Funeral Home of Imlay City.   Due to recent health concerns of the COVID-19 pandemic, social distancing (six feet apart), masks (to be worn at all times), and limited occupation (25 people) of the funeral home will be enforced.  Please be sure to sign our on-line register book at www.muirbrothersfh.com to share your memories and condolences with the Graham family.

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Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your family today Kim. You are loved. Cheryl

We hope it helps for you to know we’re sharing your sorrow and wishing you all the strength to face each new tomorrow without Kim. May the caring of friends and family give you comfort and peace. God bless you and keep you all close.

Aunt Pat and Uncle Chuck,
Sending virtual hugs and loving memories to both of you.
When visiting Michigan during many summer vacations, Kim would always make sure to spend quality time with my sister and I, her younger cousins from Pennsylvania. I was always in amazement of all of her many treasured horse show ribbons that would line her bedroom walls. She would always take the time to give me a riding lesson or invite my sister and I for a sleepover which would include lots of...

The Schroeder, Willin, and Graham families and friends have my deepest condolences! You are in my thoughts and prayers.

Kim and I met in the 7th grade, a long time ago. To me, she was alluring, witty, and carefree, and I was in awe. Our friendship lasted many years, but we lost touch after she became a busy mom. How many considerably pregnant women do front somersaults off a diving board? Kim did...and with style! She continued to amaze me. Fond memories such as this is how I...

Kim was such a loving and high spirited women. She will be sadly missed by so many. Warm and loving thoughts sent to all family members.

So terribly sorry to hear of Kim's passing. So many memories. Teenage years. Wow. My first sleepover at Kim's house we got up at four o'clock in the morning to muck out stalls before going to a horse show and watching her show Lady Anna Dee. Swimming in the pool and watching the German short-haired pointer dog, Snickelfritz, I think I'm remember his name right, jump off the diving board and swim to the other end. She thought that was hysterical. Movies at the Pix theatre and cruising...

so sorry for your family, just so much going on this year
,so sad. she was a very beautiful lady. janet


Sending strength.