Kimberly-Sutton-Obituary

Kimberly Ann Sutton

Durango, Colorado

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DIED
August 22, 2020
LOCATION
Durango, Colorado

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"Death has nothing to do with going away. The sun and the moon set, but they are not gone."Kimberly Ann Sutton passed away on August 22, 2020 at the age of 41 with the love of her life by her side. Kim was a special woman who left an everlasting impact on all who knew and loved her. She was a...

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Kim i was just reading past messages we had together. I went to your profile and found out you passed. I will always remember our times on Taft elementary school playground. I'm so sorry to her family.

Even though we never met Kimberly, Mike and Rachel always spoke highly of her. We wish you are condolences to all her family and friends.

Kimmie was the link that brought family together, she knew no stranger and her love for all was immeasurable. Our memories will be cherished for all our days

Thank you for being there for all the children..You will be missed!! Love you for loving our family..

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.

I loved Kimmi!! She was my best friend in high school and for many years after. People used to call us “The Amazon Twins”, because we were both tall blondes! We’ve shared SO many wonderful memories together. I will truly miss her!! ❤

Kim was a good person and had a very big heart. Only got to be together once, but she was afriend always. She will be missed by us and it was an honor to have know her.

Kim and I worked at Taft Elementary School. We bonded quick working on the playground. We would always match in our clothes the kids always loved when we did this. Kim was an amazing person we were the bestest of friends I could ever ask for. Our families did everything together. She even moved when I moved so that we could be near each other. I have friends in my life but nothing like hers which comes once in a lifetime for some. I will always remember her and the memories we shared. I once...