Kimberly S. Stringer

Born: 01/30/1962 Passed:

Kimberly S. Stringer born January 30, 1962 in Canton, Ohio passed away on February 25, 2020 following an unexpected illness. She was employed by SARTA for 10 years and had done numerous other driving jobs throughout her life. She was an avid golfer and loved playing many sports in her younger years. She was well loved by family and friends and has many special friends, too numerous to mention.

She is survived by her beloved mother, Patricia Stringer; siblings, Kandi Sinay, Bill (Suzy) Stringer and Scott Stringer (Tammy Keller); nieces and nephews, Suzy Chatelaine, Louis Keller, Nicholas Mitchell, Jacqulyn Mitchell, Julie Stringer and Matt Stringer; great nieces and nephews, Leila Mitchell-McKimm, Brodie Mitchell, Jayden and Dominick Stringer and Jase, Jude and Aria Clemens.

Kim was preceded in death by her father, William L. Stringer; grandparents, Ernest and Fran Case and grandmother, Mary Stringer.

Kim’s family will receive friends Friday evening from 5-7 pm at the Paquelet-Falk Funeral Home in Louisville. Services will follow at 7:00 pm with Pastor Rick Brown officiating.

32 Tributes to Kimberly S. Stringer

  1. Kell “your” bell says:

    Words will never be able to express what you meant to me and so many other people. Only time will be able to slowly fill the void that now is in our hearts. Even though I didn’t get to see you as much the past few years, I know now that you will watch over myself & so many others each & every day.

    Even though the sadness will eventually go away, the love & all the wonderful memories with you never will.

    Love Always,
    Bell

    • Creola says:

      We use to see each other and wave while we were doing are routes. I really miss her. She was such a great person. She was fun to be around
      and you knew you’d be laughing by the time you got back on the bus.
      Going to miss you Kim.

  2. Hodge says:

    Kim you was truly an awesome person you would give your friends the shirt off your back if they needed it. Your Dogs truly adored you, Casey will miss you. You will truly be missed. Give your dad a big hug for your family. Until we meet again in heaven.

    • Amy says:

      Kim you were always nice to me Everytime I seen her she would tell me that here comes trouble I will miss her

    • AnneMarie Snyder says:

      Kim,
      I will always Cherise the many late night talks we used to have. Fly high and know that your light of friendship glows brightly amongst the many people who knew and loved you! Rest in Heaven, my friend ♥️

      • Carla Shirosky says:

        Kim,
        I had such a great time with you at Jamison and Josh’s wedding. Your fantastic smile and sense of humor is something I’ll always remember when I think of you.

  3. Gidget says:

    The world has lost a true bright light.

    • Nanci Daniels Ramsell says:

      To Kandi and Billy and Scotty and Pat. All of you were family to us Daniels’ kids Nanci and Paula and Bryan. We had so much fun as children playing everyday. My heart pours out for your loss and pray the memories will heal your pain. Nanci Daniels Ramsell

  4. Darcel Carpenter(wench) 💋 says:

    Someone close to us described our relationship special because we were friends, lovers and soulmates. Good description 💔

  5. Bill stringer says:

    Kim was the best sister any brother in the world would love. We loved Kim so much and she went to the lord way too young.Sis I will see you in heaven miss you so much

  6. Pamela Mastbergen says:

    Some souls leave behind a trail of light that is never forgotten.
    Walk in Peace Kimba – Love P

  7. Her SARTA Family! says:

    It was truly a pleasure to work with Kim. She will truly be missed!

    Our deepest sympathy,

    • Marqueis says:

      I’m going to miss you Kim you were the best driver and rip to you my friend

    • Kimberly Hodge says:

      Babe, no words come
      To the surface. We were just talking the day before about our life together and getting back together. No one knows what we went through or what we meant to each other. Never in a million years did I think I would lose you. Some family and friends asked me not to come. I know and you knew what we meant to each other and how we missed one another. I love you and always will. I have to say, you wanted me to have Kaysi if something were to happen. I hope he is fine, I miss him so much. I love you and always will. Till we meet again my sweet angel. 😘😘🤗🤗❤️❤️

  8. Judith Oddi says:

    I am so sorry the Lord called you home so soon. Rest well with all of the Angels, I am sure you are with.

    I enjoyed knowing you and working with you. You were a good friend and a good person to me.

    I offer my prayers to your family so they may get beyond the grief they feel and enjoy all of the happy memories.

  9. Patti says:

    Kim I will truly miss you and that laugh! Been a pleasure working with you, I will always remember you getting into your white convertible at the end of a long and we would joke how you were entering therapy zone. You would put those shades on, flash that smile & off you would go. God Bless & RIP Kim

  10. Darlene Hastings (Dar) says:

    Kim we have been friends for 40 yrs. and always had some great laughs every time we ran into each other.We had some fun times at my bar. You made friends with everyone you met! You had a smile that could rule the world! I will take comfort knowing you will be with our Lord. your Dad and your puppy! Peace be with you my friend.

  11. Ginger Graham says:

    Kim, you were a very special person in my life and I am really going to miss you, Love You and see you in heaven.

  12. Shawna-aka Big Weed also says:

    How can I explain how heartbroken I am, along with many many others. I can’t believe I won’t see my Big Weed anymore. I will slowly learn to go on without you but I will keep you softly tucked away in my heart. I love
    you Kim. I will miss you tremendously.

  13. Rhonda Mastbergen-Fritz says:

    Kim you touched the Hearts of many along your journey here on earth. What a privilege to be one of them❤️. You played a huge roll in my Sister Pams life and Nikki along the way 💕. You will be forever in our hearts . Wish we could of had one more cup of coffee ☕️ together 😘 I will never forget our heartfelt chats.
    My heartfelt sympathy to your family and friends.. Rest peaceful until we meet again ..
    ❤️Rhonda

    • Luv ASH & BUD says:

      Sending my condolences to Kim’s family and friends. It was a pleasure meeting such a vibrant and fun person. I’m going to miss that laugh and you screaming my name and telling me, “GET ON THE BUS!”

      Your favorite passengers,

  14. richard zengler says:

    To Patti and all…my deepest sympathies are with you.

    Rick Zengler

  15. Anonymous says:

    Kimmy you became a great friend and coworker over the last ten years, I will miss you whispering Jimmy staaf every time we crossed paths it always put a smile on my face and as everyone knows that don’t happen often. Kimmy I will miss you much. A beautiful soul is now with the angels

    • Rhonda says:

      Kim,
      We have been friends since we were 19. Your friendship was special and rare. You brought more joy to every life you touched. Your smile would light up a room when you walked in. I am blessed to have you as a friend. So many wonderful memories with you. God must have needed a very special Angel. Rest in peace my friend. You are missed now and forever. I love you. Till we meet again. 💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖💖

    • Jim & Karen Heckman says:

      Jim & I are deeply saddened
      by the news of Kims passing. Our heart felt
      condolences to you and
      your family

  16. Jennifer says:

    God, thanks for bringing Kim into my life. She is always a smiling face, a wonderful friend, confident and a beautiful person. She always left me with a sense that no matter how hard life is, you always have friends to be there when you need them. Thanks for letting us spend time together, laugh, love and cherish each other. Till we meet again, my friend.

  17. Bob says:

    Kim – We hit it off from the 1st time we met at SARTA. What a great friendship! I knew I would always get a straight and truthful answer from you. You knew when something was bull but never got hung up on the small stuff. I miss you so terribly much. Say “Hi” to my dad and sister. Love ya, Kim.

  18. Nancie George says:

    Kim,I will never forget your radiant smile and how you were the life of the party…you will be missed by so many…..,.thoughts and prayers to your family and friends…R.I.P.😢🌈

  19. Bryan Daniels says:

    Kim, You will forever be missed. Your family will learn to heal from this wound. But time will not heal all wounds. God Bless Your family. Bryan S. Daniels Sr.

  20. Your Brother Scott says:

    Now Is my time to say goodbye, My (Heart) is breaking and tears are flowing, as I write my farewell to you. Only you and I know the very special relationship that we had. I am so crushed right now that my hands are shaking, and my heart is hurting, knowing that this will be the last time writing to you. I know that life is so special; when we have loved one like (you) to spend our time with, and now your Gone.
    But Never Forgotten
    I Know God will get me, and our family through this very hard time of loosing you. I Love You and Missing you already

  21. Behavior Bryant says:

    Kim I am so shocked to hear that you’re gone, I will truly miss you, and I will always remember all our conversations, laughing together, and your big bright smile. Wow and to think that only three days before, we were laughing and talking about so many things, and it saddens me to know that it would be our final conversation.

  22. Denise says:

    I can remember the fun times we had as we rode my mini bike through our neighborhood. Crossing the “busy” street to pick her up! (Back then it was a busy street to me). I ate dinner at her house on occasion and for some reason, I remember helping her clean up the dishes. She would scrub the sinks out with cleanser after that. I don’t know why that memory sticks out but it does. So sorry to hear…

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