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Kimberly Ann Zimmerman 1960~2023

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 It is with great sorrow to announce the death of Kimberly Ann Zimmerman, born November 20, 1960, passed away May 25, 2023

Proceeded in death by, James Zimmerman (father) and Faye Rudy (mother)

Kim was survived by her significant other Ed Strohm, Brother James Zimmerman and wife Danielle, Brother Joseph Carbaugh and wife Vicky, sister Angie Carbaugh, and sister Debra Richwine, with three sons and grandchildren along with nieces and nephew.

Kim was always a very outgoing person who loved the outdoors and spending time at her campsite she enjoyed life to the fullest and had an overabundance of friends.

Arrangements are entrusted to Egger Funeral Home.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Kimberly Ann Zimmerman, please visit the floral store.


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