It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to Kimberly Eads, 59. She passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family after a brief but courageous battle with cancer.
Though her time on earth was short, the lives she touched are countless. Those of us who were blessed to know her will remember her for her smile, her complete selflessness, her unconditional love and loyalty, her genuineness, and her devotion to her children. Her kids, her family, her dogs and her friends were always the most important thing in her life. She would gladly sacrifice any of the materialistic joys of this life to help those she loved. It only took a moments conversation with her to see her joy and genuineness and leave you walking away feeling some how lighter. She will be missed by all who knew her and There are so many that will feel her absence. The family encourages everyone to remember that this goodbye is only temporary. She will always be carried in the hearts of those who loved her.
Kim loved the outdoors and most weekends she could be found camping and fishing with her lifelong best friend Kate. She devoted every extra moment she had to her family, whether it was a holiday or just spending time running errands with her mom. Spending time with her grandkids was Kims favorite way to spend her time off from the Job she loved at Wyoming Vapor Company. She truly loved her job and the people she worked with. She saw her coworkers as extended family and enjoyed spending time with them outside of work at concerts and taking camping trips. She enjoyed her work because she got to deal with so many people everyday. She built a relationship with many of those customers and grew to love them. She worked at Wyoming Vapor from 2015 all the way up until the point that she became too sick to work. Leaving her customers and coworkers weighed heavily on her. She also enjoyed In the past working for her son in law Chris piloting for heavy load trucks traveling the country and seeing so many beautiful places! Everyone who knew Kim knows that her true happy place was curled up with her dogs relaxing after a long days of work. She was loved by many in her life and will never be forgotten. Kim will always be missed.
She is survived by her mother Mary Eads, Aunt Jean Ann, her children, Christopher, Stephanie and her husband Chris, Elizabeth and Randy, her Husband Bobby, Her many grandchildren who all meant the world to her, and nieces and nephews
She is proceeded in death by her grandparents Dorothy and Gene Peach. Sister Shanda Eads, Brother Wayne Eads, And Uncle Steve Able.
Services will be held February 18th, 2022 at Bustards funeral home at 2pm followed by a grave site ceremony and burial at highland cemetery. In lieu of flowers we ask you donate to Casper Humane Society as Kim was the biggest animal lover.
Arrangements are under the care of Bustard and Jacoby Funeral Home , 600 CY Ave, Casper, WY 82601.