Kimberly Kay Vojta
Our much beloved daughter, granddaughter, sister, cousin, aunt, niece and friend was called to heaven by the angels just short of her 40th birthday on December 23rd, 2012 in her home in Spokane, WA after a heroic battle with health issues.
Kimberly was born on January 3rd, 1973 to Terry Vojta and Rhonda Kuebler at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital in Pasco, WA. She lived with her mother in the Tri Cities and Spokane throughout her years.
If there is one thing Kimberly was known for, it was for how she brought her unconditional love into your life. To know her was to love her, and whether it was with family, friends or her two cats, Kimberly's excitement to see you, contagious laughter and joy for everything in this world always lightened your heart and lifted your spirits. She loved coloring, sorting through her movie collection that was second to none, and most of all, dancing. There was not a wedding, Christmas or graduation that went by where Kimberly was not the first one on the dance floor displaying the moves she learned from her favorite movies.
Kimberly graduated from Shadle Park High School in 1994, participated in several Special Olympics and had a life-long career as the head speech maker during family events. Regardless of the occasion, she was our family's cheerleader, always leading the charge at gatherings and saying the perfect words in a way that only she could. Her brothers and sisters will always cherish the many memories of movie parties they had growing up, the competition for which one could earn the title of being her favorite and, of course, her favorite cherry Slurpees. We will all love and miss her forever, but we know she is up in heaven eating ice cream with her grandparents smiling down on all of us.
Kimberly was preceded in death by her Grandparents Jordan and Alieta Vojta and Bob Reed and her Uncle Kevin.
She leaves to carry on her wonderful stories, love and laughter, her parents, Rhonda Kuebler and Terry (Teresa) Vojta; her grandmother, Germaine Reed; her brothers, Jordan and Dusty; her sisters, Amy and Brandy; her cats Shorty and Kisses and too many other family and friends to count – all of whom are better people in this world for knowing her.
Memorial services will be held at the Cathedral of Joy in Richland, WA on January 5th, 2013 at 11:00 am.