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 www.cartmelldavis.com
. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Papas Pets at https://papaspets.org/
Published by Old Colony Memorial on Aug. 24, 2021.