In Memory

Kim Camille Kemp

Kim Camille Kemp

Kim Camille Ann Kemp was born on November 21,1951 in Phoenix, Arizona and passed away on July 3, 2021 in Scottsdale, Arizona. A Celebration of Life will be held on July 24, 2021 at 10:00 am at Desert Breeze Community Church, 17600 N. Black Canyon Hwy., Phoenix, AZ 85053.

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07/09/21 05:32 PM #1    

Ginni Weaver (Lionberger)

Kim's sudden passing has left so many of us incredibly saddened. She was a bright light and will be kept alive in the memories of those who called her friend. May her memory be a blessing.

 


07/10/21 09:24 AM #2    

Patricia Navage (Whitney)

I will miss you my friend, and so sorry we missed our chance for our Mary Coyle's reunion...but also so glad we were able to reconnect and spend the last year communicating and having our common goals to talk about. Rest in peace!


07/10/21 12:02 PM #3    

Bill Austin

Sorry to here of Kim's passing. Her star will always shine bright in the night sky.


07/11/21 11:25 AM #4    

Charles Cross

To Kim...and each of our classmates and faculty who have passed; and, to everyone's memory of love shown to them, and given away, then, now, tomorrow and forever:  "The music in my heart I bore, long after it was heard no more."  (Wordsworth)

"I see Angels, and I have seen the Angel in you!"

Charlie 

 

 


07/14/21 11:07 PM #5    

John Sanders

Kim and I attended St Gregory's and West High School together. We both grew up in the North Encanto area, our homes just a few houses apart. My mother urged me to go over to Kim's house to play. To my delight, the Kemps had a wonderful swing set in their back yard. I loved swings. So I loved going over there. Best of all, besides two swings, there was also a two seat glider, that we could ride all afternoon, which we often did. By high school , Kim and I ran in different circles, so we rarely interacted. Too bad. I would occasionally see her in the neighborhood, as I believe she owned two homes, including her childhood home. Our last contact was at our West High School 50th Reunion in 2019, where I won the title of alum to live the closest to the West High campus. Afterwards, Kim graciously reminded me that she still lived in the neighborhood, and actually lived the closest to West High. Kim, I humbly concede the title! May you rest in peace.


07/15/21 08:31 AM #6    

Maureen Feeney (Berget-Bles)

Kim and I were classmates and friends at St. Gregory's together.  She was a sweet, fun person to know, and a friend that you could depend on.  I'll always think of her as Camille, because that's what she went by throughout grade school.  We shared Brownies, Girl Scouts, and birthday parties at one another's houses.  We went to West High together, but travelled in different circles of friends by then.  What I know for sure is that Kim (Camille 😊) was always smiling and seemed to be loved by many throughout her life.  We should all be so lucky..rest in peace my little friend.❤️


07/19/21 03:49 PM #7    

Patricia Yanchik (Iannucci)

Kim and I met in high school in our music class. Kim was my Maid of Honor in my first marriage, after we lost contact because I had moved to Denver for 6 years.  I'm so grateful for Facebook because we got to meet up again. Kim was a very caring and private person.  I know when I told her about the pilgrimage to Portugal, Spain, and France she was very excited.  Her sister Billie and she were able to go, but she told me not to say anything on Facebook about them going, I kept my word until now.  Kim heard about our Lions Club collecting plastic water bottles to help out with the Leo's and the church to feed the hungry.  She started collecting from 4 family friends and would bring over anywhere from 4 to 6 big yard trash bags full.  I believe she had just delivered some a week before she passed away.  Kim had this wonderful laugh where you will never forget, always happy.  One of her famous words to say was "Cool" along with her laugh.  We understood each other on politics, she would private message me and knew we were thinking the same thing and can laugh about it.  I will truly miss Kim, but in my heart I know she is in God's hands now.  God Bless and know I love you


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