Marcy Kimball
Cartmell-Davis Funeral Home
150 Court Street
Plymouth, MA
Marcy Stevens Kimball, 60, of Plymouth, peacefully passed away on August 19, 2021, after a valiant battle with pancreatic cancer. Marcy was born on November 13, 1960, to Charles and Elissa Stevens, in the city of Albany, NY, and lived in Loudonville, NY. A beautiful, witty, and vibrant personality from the beginning, Marcy was an excellent athlete, dominating the tennis court and hitting the slopes. Marcy graduated from Emma Willard after attending Albany Academy for Girls, and went on to pursue a degree in economics and dance at Ohio Wesleyan University. She worked at Mass Financial Services in Boston and then in residential real estate for many years, but her true passion was being joyfully active. From skiing in Stowe to boating on the Cape to defeating opponents at tennis and paddle tennis, Marcy never stopped moving. Her energy and love of life were contagious. In 2001, Marcy was set up with Bill Kimball for what would be her last first date. They bonded immediately over their interest in music. They shared a mutual love of sports, a sense of friendly competition, and an appreciation for a cold cocktail and warm conversation. Marcy and Bill were always the life of the party. They loved fiercely. Marcy had a wonderful sense of style, as evidenced by the beautiful home she shared with Bill at White Cliffs. Marcy and Bill spent their days playing golf and tennis, enjoying the ocean, hiking, reading books, dancing, and laughing. She won many team and individual competitions in both tennis and golf. Marcy achieved certifications in scuba diving, yoga instruction, and esthetics. She was also very active in the community, helping to raise funds for Little Brothers of the Elderly and Papas Pets. Marcy is survived by her husband, Bill, two stepdaughters, Micaela Van Valkenburgh (Scott) and MacKenzie Fitzgerald (Sloan), mother, Elissa Dupont, sister, Jennifer Girvin (Ken), brother, Mark Stevens (Tina), and 10 nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her father, Charles Stevens, brother Chuck Stevens, and sister Pam Stevens. Services will be held at Christ Church, 149 Court Street, Plymouth, on Thursday, August 26, at 2 p.m. Please note that masks are required in the church. For more information or to sign the online guest book, please visit In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Papas Pets at
Published by Old Colony Memorial on Aug. 24, 2021.
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149 Court Street, Plymouth, MA
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Gail (Mealey) Quinn
August 26, 2021
Bill, Jenny, Mark & Lisa, With deepest sympathy. A life cut too short. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Janis &Jason Greene
August 25, 2021
Love and prayers to you Kim! Our hearts are broken for you!
Carolyn and Bill Schrader
August 25, 2021
Marcy was a beautiful soul... We always loved being with Her and so glad She met Bill /that He made Her life complete. My sister-in-law shared their wedding favor (music cd of their favorite music)... which I so enjoyed! We will miss You Marcy.... Until we see You again
Mark & Clara Duncan
August 24, 2021
My Condolences to the Kimball and Stevens families. Marcy was a wonderful person, She was always friendly and said Hi to Me any time we ran in to one another. Had an Awesome time during a Get-Together at Marcy & Bill´s House. Marcy had an Excellent Golf game and will be missed at White Cliffs.
Matthew Higgins
August 24, 2021
My Condolences to the Kimball and Stevens families. Marcy was a wonderful person. She was always friendly and said Hi to Me. It was great any time we were in each other´s company. Had an Awesome time during a party at Marcy & Bill´s House. Marcy had an Excellent Golf game and will be missed a lot at White Cliffs.
Matthew Higgins
August 24, 2021
Marcy and I attended Emma Willard School together back in the late 70´s. I remember her to have loved being outdoors and surrounded by friends. I´m sorry for the loss of this bright soul who touched the hearts of so many. My thoughts are with her family and many friends who are missing her deeply at this time.
Christiane (Sweeny) Gorycki
August 23, 2021
My condolences to the entire Kimball and Stevens families. White Cliffs has lost another amazing member. I met Marcy soon after she and Bill moved here. She was a very vibrant person and immediately got involved in many activities at the club. Her specialties were definitely in the tennis and golf areas, but she got herself involved in so many other areas as well. Marcy was a very sweet and sincere person who knew how to have a good time. She will be sorely missed by all who new her.
Alan Isherwood
August 23, 2021
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