Kimbra Kaye Clark
Kimbra Kaye Clark
KILGORE — Kimbra Kaye Clark left behind her frail human body on June 5, 2019, to join her Lord and Savior in Heaven’s loving sanctuary. Born on September 10, 1980, to parents Ricky and Martha Clark, Kimbra began her life’s journey as a four-pound preemie.
Life was a struggle, but she always found a way to overcome the obstacles placed before her. Kimbra was a 1999 graduate of Kilgore High School and also attended Kilgore College. Kimbra enjoyed participating in soccer, band, cheerleading and FFA. She was proud that her four years of FFA fundraiser totals were the highest in school history and her record still stands. Kimbra’s talents were many but none exceeded her passion of art and her numerous awards received in piano recitals.
No person ever possessed a kinder heart or was more empathetic and concerned for all of God’s creatures. Kimbra was always willing to do for others in spite of the cost to herself. She was proud of her involvement at the church, preparing meals for those who attended Wednesday evenings and especially the take-out orders for shut-ins and ill members.
Kimbra is survived by her partner Ricky Coplin and three beautiful sons; twins Carter and Kaden and Kaleb. Also, remaining are Kimbra’s parents and her sister and brother-in-law, Angela and Tim Williams; many cousins and an anticipated nephew remain to maintain her legacy.
Grandparents Herbert and Helen Sale as well her only aunt, Penny Hallmark and her only uncle Curtis Clark preceded Kimbra in death.
Kimbra will be remembered for her quick smile and the enveloping hugs that she gave as well as telling you that she loved you anytime and every time you left her presence.
Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m., Monday, June 10, 2019 at the First Baptist Church of Kilgore with Reverend Dr. Pete Freeman and Reverend David Hampton officiating. Burial will follow in Danville Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at Rader Funeral Home Sunday afternoon between 2:00 - 4:00 P.M.
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