Kimberly Jane Little

March 2, 1964 – June 18, 2018
Place of Birth: 
Rochester, New York
Place of Death: 
Marion, New York
Marion, New York

Calling Hours

June 24, 2018 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Marion American Legion
4141 Witherden Road
Marion, NY 14505

Service Event Information

Memorial Service
June 24, 2018
Celebration of LIfe
about 2;30 PM bring a story to share


Newark Cemetery

Kimberly J. Little

Marion/Newark—Kimberly J. Little, 54, died on Monday (June 18, 2018) at her home in Marion.

On Sunday (June 24th) from 2 to 4 PM there will be a celebration of her life, at the Marion American Legion, 4141 Witherden Road, Marion.

Memorials, in her name, may be made to the Marion American Legion, 4141 Witherden Road, Marion, New York 14505.

Kim was born on March 2, 1964 in Rochester. She was a graduate of Newark High School and lived in the area all her life. She had been a member of the Marion American Legion and at one time the August Mauer Post American Legion in Newark. Kimmie loved her animals.

She is survived by her daughter Kellie Brown (Joseph Chopan) and her daughter Alexandria of Marion; a step daughter Bobbie Brown (Andrew Gardner) and her sons Blake Blaisdell and A.J. Gardner of Newark; a brother Richard (June) Little of Perinton; uncle William (Louise) Hochenberger of Penfield. Kimberly was predeceased by her mother Dolores Hockenberger




You will be forever loved and remembered for your smile and great and loving personality. Will forever hold you in my heart. Will surely miss you Kimmie

great friend for over 40 years. so many good times to remember. always smiling and enjoying life. she will be missed. R.I.P. Kimmy and may you ride the wings of the Angel's above us and to know you will never be forgotten.

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