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Kimbell ‘Kim’ Ray Muto November 12, 1955 - March 19, 2021

Kimbell ‘Kim’ Ray Muto, age 65, passed away in Middleton, ID, Friday, March 19, 2021. Kim was born on a snowy day of November 12, 1955 at Rheingans Hospital in Paradise, CA. Kim grew up, married and raised his family in Paradise. Kim was a Paradise High School graduate, Class of 74′. Kim was married to Margaret on January 14, 1978; they were married for 43 years. Kim married and raised his children in Paradise, CA till the camp fire of 2018 then relocating to Corning, CA. In March of 2020 Kim and his wife found their new forever home in Middleton, ID. Kim worked in RV sales and service and retired as a finished carpenter, he was car enthusiast, son, husband, father and friend to many.

Kim is survived by his wife Margaret; his son Nicholas, wife Jayme and daughters Talulah and Penelope; his daughter Maggie Fleming, husband Alan and children Analyn, Jude and Piper; his Mother Colleen and sister Deb Enz; and many others.

On May 1, 2021, Celebration of life will be held at 350 Castlebury Street, Middleton, ID 86344 at 1:00 PM for loved ones who will continue to honor his legacy by living their lives to the fullest.




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    Mitch & Joelena Lygrisse says

    Our deepest condolences to the Muto family.?

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    Marvin McTigue says

    So very sorry for your loss. Kim was a good friend in High School. RIP old friend.

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    Colette Worsham says

    My condolences to the Muto family. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. Your memories are forever.

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    Ron Williams says

    My condolences to all the family hard to imagine, he was a good man.

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    Linda Nassie says

    Dear Meg, Nick, Maggie, and family,
    We were so sorry to learn of Kim’s passing. Please know that we are thinking of you.
    The Nassie Family

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    Liza Hanford Whitmore says

    So sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. He and I shared a history of many Paradise classes together from kindergarten through high school. Anytime we’d see each other we’d stop to catch up and share memories of times gone by. He will be missed by many. Rest In Peace Kim.

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