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Kimberly Norman

January 21, 1964 ~ April 6, 2018 (age 54)

Kimberly Norman was born January 21, 1964 to the union of Manning and Bernice Norman. Kimberly was raised in Brooklyn, New York where she attended the New York school system. She graduated from fashion industry high school. She was blessed with one child, daughter Jasmine. Kimberly later relocated to Seattle to be near to her sister Emily whom she was very close to. Kimberly worked several jobs in the Seattle area such as telemarketing and Safeco field where she made lifelong friendships. She genuinely cared for people. Kimberly was very talented, she like to decorate and sew. She also had a thing for keeping a clean and orderly house. Family and friends as well as cleaning agencies would call upon her for cleaning services.  She would also give advice on decorating. She really loved children. She was called upon to babysit so much that she decided it was her calling. She has helped raise a lot of children over the years. One of the happiest moments of her life was the birth of her only grandchild. She loved and adored him so much! She will be truly missed but not forgotten in our hearts and minds. God saw that you were getting weary, so He did what He knew was best. He stood beside you and whispered, “come and rest.” Sleep on dear one and take your rest. We love you always, but God loves you best.

On April 6, 2018 Kimberly was called home. Kimberly is preceded in death by her father Manning Norman, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Kimberly leaves to celebrate her life her mother Bernice Norman, daughter Jasmine Shana Norman, grandson Stacy Jahlid Norman, sister Emily Norman, brother Manning Norman III (Jeanette), brother Manny Perkins, aunt Susie Mathews Watson, uncle Richard Patterson, aunt Zelma Patterson, aunt Janie Norman Vaugh, nieces, Shanelle Sierra Norman, Jasmine Norman, nephews Jabrion Norman, Jalon Norman, and David Griffin.


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