Kimberly Joy Williams, 29, passed away November 20, 2021 at her home in Meridian, Idaho.
Kimberly was born January 19, 1992 to Blake and Christy Williams in Boise, Idaho. She has been a blessing in our lives. Kimberly’s life has been a complicated, challenging, difficult, joyous, spontaneous, loving journey. Lessons we have learned from her have not come easy. We are different people than we would have become without her. More compassionate, tolerant, and hopefully more loving, humble and prayerful because of her.
Kimberly graduated from Rocky Mountain High School in 2010 and went on to receive her National Certified Medical Assistant designation from Stephen’s Henager College in 2017. Kimberly had a special gift and affinity toward seasoned citizens. She loved to visit with elders and hear their life stories. She was tender, kind, and compassionate with those much older than her. She was a fierce champion of the underdog. Her most recent life mission and passion was aiding and advocating for those who were victims of sex crimes and trafficking. Kimberly had a special gift working with animals. Especially rehabbing abused and neglected animals. Her tender heart gave her special connections to all mistreated creatures.
Kimberly had a very artistic and creative mind. She loved to paint, dance, bake, model, create. The ocean and the coast were her healing place. She loved to hike and be in nature. She was blessed with two beautiful boys. Liam James Williams, (7) and Kyron Blake Williams, (5). Her strongest desire was to be a good mom to her boys. She was so proud of both Liam and Kyron.
Kimberly had a special love for her Paternal Grandma-Grandma Bev, she wrote in a journal, “I am so thankful for my Grandma. Grandma, I know you’re on the other side of the veil but YOU were always my safe person. You taught me so much! I can’t even thank you now and I wish I could. I feel your spirit nearby often watching over and protecting us and I just want to say thanks. Love, your blueberry eyes.”
We have hope and peace in the knowledge that Kimberly has been reunited with her safe person, Grandma Bev as well as many other Grandparents, Aunts and loved ones who have gone on before her. Her mighty battle with mental health issues had her frequently saying, “I just want to go home.” Her passing has left a permanent hole in our hearts. Our dearest hope is that she has found peace and rest in her heavenly home.
She is survived by her father, Blake Williams, Meridian, ID. Her mother, Christy Williams, Meridian, ID. Her two boys Liam and Kyron Williams, Meridian, ID, sister Jamie Lynn Williams, Nampa, ID. Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and extended family.
To watch Kimberly’s service please go to the following link.
To watch Kimberly’s tribute video please go to the following link
Miranda Pulley saysDecember 12, 2021 at 9:14 am
You’re missed every single day Kimmy!
My thoughts, love and prayers are sent to the family during this time, most importantly to the boys Liam and Kyron.
Saul Jeff Rodriguez saysDecember 12, 2021 at 3:28 pm
I’m so sorry… I wish I could have done something to help.
Dan D. saysJanuary 20, 2022 at 1:22 am
I’m barely finding out now. My heart is shattered into a million pieces! I was talking with her about helping grow her business, dealing with the loss of her best friend literally the day before! I’m so sorry I couldn’t have done more. I was trying to be there for her… I wanted to be there for her… please feel free to reach out if you all need anything! Anything at all!!!