Kimberly Dale "Kim" Day (nee Tilley)

19 mars 19712 juin 2021

With broken hearts the family of Kim Day, announces her passing suddenly on June 2, 2021, at the age of 50. Kim was the beloved wife and soulmate of Paul Day. Kim will be forever missed by her cherished children, Traci, Jacob, Candace, Kali. Kim was a devoted and adored nana to her grandchildren, Najwa, Carson, Savannah, Tristan, Collin, Deklin and Alexander. Kim will be lovingly remembered by her parents David and Pamela Tilley and by her brother Derek. Kim was an unforgettable person with a loving and generous spirit who loved to be with family and friends. Her children treasure that she opened her heart and home to Cody Laroche as one of her own. Due to COVID restrictions a private family service will take place on Friday, June 18th at 11am. You are invited to view the service via the livestream link below. A celebration of life will be arranged at a later date.



Kimberly Dale "Kim" Day (nee Tilley)


Candace Burton

28 juin , 2021

I'm so so so sorry for your loss your mother was a wonderful lady and you girls ever need anyting just give me email I I'm there for you

Melissa Parker

18 juin , 2021

You will truly be missed here in hamilton. Your smile always shined bright. Your ear was always there to listen. I'm so glad I had the chance to meet you kim. You will be missed. My condolences to the family.

Kathy Day

17 juin , 2021

Kim, everyone should have someone like you in their life, loving, generous, kind and nurturing. You were one of the kindest souls I have ever met, and I was so lucky to have you as a sister-in-law. You were taken way too early from this world.

Until we meet again.

"You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back or you can do what she'd want; smile, open your eyes, love and go on."
by David Harkins

Donna Rigby

10 juin , 2021

RIP beautiful,I had so many great memories of you at The Collingwood apts,every time you seen me,welcomed me with a big hug, you had so many friends there,always the mama bear looking out for everyone

Denise Cicero (McLean)

9 juin , 2021

I grew up in Stoney Creek with Kim and we attended the same school. Havent seen or talked to her in years. My heart is truly saddened by what has happened to her ,her husband and son. May they all RIP and may their family keep their memories close.