OBITUARY

Kim Marie Bejeck

April 10, 1962March 18, 2021
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Kim Marie Bejeck was born April 10, 1962 in Concord, N.C., at Cabarrus Memorial Hospital, to William P. Bejeck, Sr. and Deanna Helen (neè Kosma) Bejeck. She was the second of three children. She had a tight bond with her siblings growing up, which lasted throughout their lives. Kim showed an early passion for writing and drawing. She was extremely creative and a life-long lover of the arts. Kim had a soft side for all living things, with cats being her absolute favorite companions. She loved to cook and try new recipes. Kim had a terrific sense of humor and a dry witty personality. She was generous to a fault and volunteered at numerous organizations when she was younger. She was especially gifted and patient with individuals suffering from any sort of handicap.

Although Kim never married or had children of her own, she doted on her nieces and nephews. She was fiercely proud of their accomplishments and loved them unconditionally. Aunt Kimmie, as she was known, created wonderful memories that will last a lifetime.

Kim’s career was interesting and varied. Her positions included but were not limited to assisting stock brokers in a brokerage firm; to managing a construction office for a high-ending builder of townhomes; to legal secretary for Donald T. Bucklin, former Partner at Squire Sanders & Dempsey L.L.P., which also included assisting Mr. Bucklin during his time on Capitol Hill in his position as a former Independent Counsel; to being the executive assistant to former MPAA President Jack Valenti; to supporting Anne J. O’Brien, former Partner at Arnold & Porter LLP.

Kim’s hobbies included antiquing, drawing, decoupaging, refinishing furniture, reading, watching old movies and spending time with her family. She used to say she wished she could retire in a little town like Cabot Cove, Maine (from the Murder She Wrote series). That line sums up our sister perfectly, she was a no frills person who loved the simple things in life. She will be missed beyond what words can express and always remembered with love and laughter.

Kim died March 18, 2021 and was preceded in death by her father, William Patrick Bejeck, Sr. and her mother, Deanna Helen Kosma Paprzycki. She is survived by her sister, Debbie (Steve); brother Bill (Beth); nieces Jennifer (Kenny); Kristy (Joe); nephew, Steve (Rachael); nieces Allison, Emily and nephew Brady Bejeck; great-nieces Ava Erickson and Brooklyn Lee; aunts Sally K. Barrett and Carolyn K. Griffin; along with many cousins.

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  • Gathering

    Friday, April 9, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Friday, April 9, 2021

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Mariann Durante

April 6, 2021

We always looked forward to seeing Kim and sharing a good laugh. She will be remembered by all of us for her quick wit and pleasant demeanor. A donation has been made to the Humane Society on her behalf. Our condolences to family and friends.
God bless you Kim!
Love from Mariann and Fran Durante, John and Loretta Niemiec and Greg and Mary Anne Niemiec.

Kristy Lee

March 28, 2021

Kristy Lee

March 28, 2021

Kristy Lee

March 28, 2021

Jennifer Erickson

March 28, 2021

Jennifer Erickson

March 27, 2021

This picture is a true representation of how our time together was spent. There was never a dull moment and we were always laughing. Your quick wit and ability to tell a story is unmatched. Looking back at old pictures and home videos really solidified how lucky I was to have you as an aunt and Godmother . You were ALWAYS there. I speak for my siblings, your great nieces and my cousins when I say you were such an instrumental part of our childhood. From crafts, movies, trips to museums and sleepovers...We always had the best time.

I am still in disbelief that I am writing this on your memorial page. You were way too young to be taken away from us. I take comfort in remembering all the happy memories and ridiculously hilarious adventures. I love you and miss you forever💕

Kristy Lee

March 25, 2021

I love and miss you, Aunt Kimmie! I’ll forever be your special girl xoxoxo

Sandy Delanghe

March 25, 2021

Sandy Delanghe

March 25, 2021

Sandy Delanghe

March 25, 2021

I will miss you forever Kimmie!

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