Kimberly Ann Barnett
September 13, 1971  -  November 8, 2018

Kimberly Ann Barnett

It is with broken hearts and much sadness that the family of Kimberley Ann Barnett announce her passing on November 08, 2018. Kim was a truly devoted daughter, sister, and friend. She left a lasting impact on the people she loved.

Kim is preceded in death by her beloved father, James F Barnett, Sr. She is survived by her loving mother, Nancy Shopmyer; sisters Chris Thomason and Tiffany Jolley; and brother Jimmy Barnett. Also mourning her loss are her two nieces and nephew along with a large circle of extended family and countless other lifelong friends and acquaintances who hold great memories of time shared together.

Kim’s life was dedicated to her family, friends, and the countless animals she rescued and loved so dearly, especially her rescued Boxer Sam. She was known by so many for her acts of kindness and compassion to help people and animals, which brought so much joy. She will be dearly missed. Kim’s spirit continues to live in all who loved her.

Kim’s immediate family will be holding a private ceremony to celebrate her life. It is encouraged that Kim’s friends across Texas and Florida celebrate her life as well. Inurnment will take place at a later date.

A very special young boy came into Kim’s life, bringing her awareness to autism. In return this became a cause very dear to her heart. In lieu of flowers, we request a donation be made to the Autism Society of America in memory of Kim.


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  1. Mary Dailey
    Plano, TX

    We are so deeply saddened to hear of Kim's passing. Although we have not been in touch recently, we have wonderful memories of her growing up near us and she will be forever in our hearts. We send our love to her family and pray she is at peace in the arms of her father. Rest in peace sweet Kim. The world is a better place because of your kindness.
    Aunt Mary, Uncle Mickey, Ryan & Sean

  2. Sharon Graves
    Houston, TX

    Deepest condolences to Kim’s family. She was such a great friend. I will never forget all of the good times we had together. You will be truly missed. Rest In Peace bud. Love you.

  3. Stephanie sauri
    Davenport, FL

    So sorry to hear of Kim’s passing Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family

  4. Shannon C
    Surprise, AZ

    Kim buddy I am truly going to miss you. Antics like fishing in the swimming pool and WalMart drag racing are always going to be great memories. You taught me how to grill, how to surf a pool slide, and I will never forget our conversations. That was the best part. Your friendship was true and you cared about people. Thank you for that. You were better than most people because you were genuine. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family, and I know we will see each other in a better place some day.

  5. Jimmy Barnett
    Sugar Land, TX

    Kim - You will be missed so much by so many people. You were always such a kind hearted loving person and I was so lucky to have you as a sister. I know being with dad and Sam are bringing a smile to your face. Rest in peace my sweet sister, I love you.

  6. Shelley Debeltz
    Panama City, FL

    My life will be so hard without you here in it. You had my from the day we meet. I don’t know how to go on without you.

  7. Jo Anna Green
    Richmond, TX

    Kims family I’m so very sorry for your loss. I’m so very blessed to call Kim my very good friend! We had so many fun&good times together when we were younger ! I’m so happy we got to live together for awhile and I really got to see how kind, loving and a loyal friend! Loved how much you loved my cats and other animals! I will never forget you and will love you forever!
    Jo Anna Green

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