Kimberly Anne Tolley
1966 - 2021
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Kimberly Anne Tolley

Kimberly Anne Tolley, age 54, died at her home in Natomas, Sacramento County on January 6, 2021.
Kim was born in La Canada, California on December 12, 1966. Upon graduation from high school in La Canada, she moved to Humboldt County and attended Humboldt State University where she graduated with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. She spent her career in workforce development, working for many years at the Employment Training Division of Humboldt County Social Services, working primarily with homeless youth.
Kim had a good sense of humor and a wit to match. She had a noticeable sense of style and always looked beautiful. For hobbies she painted, cooked healthy food, and was interested in learning about new things, quickly becoming an expert. She was available to friends for support whenever needed. Kim was dedicated to her son Joseph.
She is survived by her son Joseph Winkler, her mother Mary Lou Rodearmel, her brother Mark Tolley and his wife Lauren, and their two children; her stepbrother David Rodearmel, and stepsister Sue Rodearmel.
Kim was a loving daughter, sister, and dear friend. She will be greatly missed.
A celebration of her life will be held for her friends in Humboldt County at a later date.
Funeral arrangements were under the care of W.F. Gormley & Sons Funeral Chapel.

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Published in Times-Standard on Feb. 24, 2021.
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March 9, 2021
A good friend who had a great sense of humor. We had some good time together. She will be dearly missed. Thinking of the family.
Teal Buehler
March 2, 2021
Kim and I were best friends during jr and early high school. She was so much fun, a little crazy and super funny. She was a great friend. I remember us hanging out at the mall, shopping at Contempo Casuals.... We lost touch over the years, but I never forgot her smile, sharp wit and the bond we had. I am heartbroken to hear how she passed. Love to you, Kim. I will miss you....
Rebekah Whaley
March 1, 2021
What an amazing, strong beautiful woman and wonderful mother! This is such heartbreaking news! My love and blessings to you Joseph!! May you find strength and healing in memories and stories. My deepest sympathy to all her loved ones!
Carlotta Winans Clark
February 28, 2021
I miss you, my friend.
February 24, 2021
I am saddened to hear of her passing. We worked together many years and we were friends. I send my deep condolences to her family and friends. She will be missed.
Nancy Norman
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