She was the most loyal, kind and gentle person that you could ever wish to have in your life. Brave, tireless, thoughtful, unassuming, she was a joy to be with.
What mattered most to her was to make the people around her happy and to make the very best job of what ever she was doing. The only time in the nearly thirty years we were together that I saw her truly sad was when she could no longer do those things.
Maybe the title of this page is misleading. If you didn’t know Kim, I could probably take your whole day up trying to put into words who she was and probably not succeed.
If you were lucky enough to know her, you’ll know why I’m struggling.
Her smile lit up my life.
Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer on Christmas eve 2010.
She passed away on the 27th of May 2014 aged 51 at