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Kimberly Marie Boyer, age 59, handed away unexpectedly in her sleep at her household house in Vermontville, on March 26, 2022. She was born Nov. 24, 1962 at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Utica to Diana Boyer.

Kimberly cherished nature and all life, huge and small. From a younger baby she felt it was her mission to avoid wasting lives and make life a bit simpler for these round her. From taking a cow from the native slaughter home and dragging it house whereas being kicked with a purpose to “reserve it” to creating positive these round her by no means felt alone or unloved, particularly throughout the holidays.

She was an exceptional mom and homemaker to a few organic kids, however “Kimmy” was mom to many in our neighborhood. Might we maintain her alive by spreading Adirondack wildflowers and love and remembering the significance of household and neighborhood. She cherished nothing extra.

Kimberly’s dream was to develop our household property right into a farm referred to as “Raven Haven” a spot the place household, associates and the neighborhood could make recollections. If anybody want to donate bushes, flowers, and bulbs, and so on. to assist make her imaginative and prescient a actuality, please contact the household.

Kimberly is survived by her mom Diana Boyer; her siblings Tammy Boyer, Shawn Boyer, Ray Boyer; and her kids Tanner Meade and Carol Meade.

Kimberly was preceded in dying by her son Kevin Meade and the one father she ever knew, Robert “Bob” Duke.

Kimberly was born in Utica, however was raised within the Adirondacks. She cherished the woods, tenting, drift-wooding, drawing, however most of all being a mom. It was her satisfaction and pleasure to boost laborious working, nature loving kids. She farmed, she volunteered on the native meals banks and cherished serving to our neighborhood. She was in her prime when surrounded by mom nature and other people she cherished.

A memorial service shall be held on April 9, 2022 at Algonquin Residences Rec. Heart from 2 p.m. to five p.m. Burial shall be held at a later date on the comfort of the household.

We’re asking that any household and associates that attend “carry a reminiscence.” We might like to see footage and share memorable tales about “Ripper”! If in case you have a second, write down one thing you bear in mind.


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