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Kimberly Sue Nordby Vanderveer, 58, passed away peacefully on July 8, 2022. She was born on October 26, 1963 to Dennis and Charlene Nordby in Bloomington, Indiana.
Kimberly “Kimmy Sue” was the sweetest soul. She had the absolute biggest heart of gold and made a friend in everyone. She attended Harrison High School here in Evansville. She worked in Retail Management for 40 years. Kimberly was known for “living young, wild, and free;” she was absolutely breathtaking. She believed strongly in “a little bit of mascara takes you a long way.” Kimberly was a very proud two-time breast cancer survivor, she was a fighter. She greatly enjoyed gardening vegetables, flowers, and fruit trees on the family farm. Kimberly was a hippie at heart and always wanted to live off the land. She greatly enjoyed traveling. She was an incredible singer; you could often find her singing Janice Joplin with her own twang. Kimberly cherished time spent with her family, she was extremely family oriented. She loved her children and grandchildren and was a foster parent for many years. Everyone was family to her; she loved so fiercely and wholeheartedly. She cared deeply in advocating for women and families, she felt strongly in giving others in the community a voice. Kimberly had such an intelligent, spontaneous, eccentric spirit. She was also known to be bold, honest, and loud in all of the best ways. Kim’s voice and memory will live on through all the lives she touched and will be missed greatly. She will forever lie in our hearts.
Kim was preceded in death by Dennis and Charlene Nordby.
Kim is survived by children Brandon Nordby, Blake Asher, Katrina Taylor, Kelsey and Abe Zenthoefer, grandchildren Megan, Morgan, Brailynn, Addysn, Novah, Madilyn, Kailey, Cordan, Travis, and Piper; siblings Melissa and Christina Nordby; she loved everybody.
Visitation will be from 3pm until the time of service at 4pm on Friday, July 22, 2022, at Sunset Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, any contributions can be made payable to Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial Park to assist the family in service expenses.
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