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October 19, 1964 ~ August 25, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
Kimberly Duhamell Minton, age 58, on Friday, August 25, 2023 her savior called her home from Lafayette Pointe. She was born on October 19, 1964 in Coshocton to the late Charles Duhamell and Elaine (Denney) Duhamell, who survives. She was a Coshocton High School Graduate and worked locally here in Coshocton. Kimberly can be described as hardworking and determined. She loved Christmas and the joy of buying presents for her family. She was not to be held back by using one hand to wrap all her gifts for others. She was loving and selfless, always taking care of her nieces and nephew and great nieces and nephews. She watched them grow up and supported them at their school and sporting events, brought her joy. She enjoyed cheering on the Cleveland Cavaliers and loved to play bingo.
Along with her mother, Elaine, she is survived by her brothers, Brett (Angela) Duhamell and Bill (Renee) Duhamell, both of Coshocton; nieces and nephews, Justin (Kelsey) Duhamell, Dejay (Clay) Wilson, Josh Duhamell, Kelsi Duhamell, Cassidy Duhamell; great nieces and nephews, Cash, Adley and Colt Duhamell and Lexi and Beau Wilson; aunt and uncles, Judy Clines, Cliff Denney and Ivan “butch” Denney and cousin, Julie Sells.
She is preceded in death by her father, Charles E. Duhamell.
A heartfelt “Thank you” goes to her special aides and nurses that took great care of her at Lafayette Pointe.
A memorial service will be at the Miller Funeral Home on Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at 5pm with Pastor Ric Bonice officiating.
2 Corinthians, verse 8 says, we are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body and to be present with the Lord.
Psalms 116, verse 15 says, precious in the eyes on the Lord is the death of his saints.