OBITUARY

Kimberly Ann Tomalia

December 12, 1972July 6, 2018
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TOMALIA, Kimberly Ann (Boudreau) – age 45, passed away. Kim was a lifelong resident of Flushing, MI. She was a graduate of Flushing High School and U of M Flint, and enjoyed a successful career in sales for over 20 years. Kim was feisty, determined, loving, very sociable, and had many friends. She felt much love and tenderness for all animals and often rescued or rehomed birds, rabbits, strays, and puppies while always having several pets of her own. She will be deeply missed by so many loved ones. Surviving are daughter, Hannah; grandson, Nicholas; mother, Nancy Boudreau; brother, Anthony (Kim) Boudreau; nieces, Emma and Abbie Boudreau; many special cousins, other relatives, many good friends, and her much adored dogs: Storm, Athena, and Tasha. She was preceded in death by her loving father, Thomas Boudreau, infant nephew, Evan Boudreau, grandparents, many other close relatives, and special dog Gunner. Her greatest treasure was grandson Nick, who brought her so much happiness, fulfillment, and was loved beyond words. Her daughter Hannah was her pride and joy. Per the families wishes cremation arrangements have taken place. A celebration of Kimberly’s life will be held on Sunday, July 15, 2018 at 2:00 P.M. at Reigle Funeral Home – 5501 W. Pierson Road, Flushing, Michigan with an hour of memorial visitation prior to the service. For those desiring, contributions may be made in her memory to Nancy Boudreau for Kimberly’s daughter and grandson’s future. Rest in peace and free of pain our darling Kim.

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Amy Stamm

July 12, 2018

Tony, my heart goes out to you. There really are no words. I'm thinking about you and I'm here for you if you need to talk. I will always remember her beautiful smile and her love of animals. ❤

Amy Malcolm-Schultz

July 11, 2018

First thing my deepest condolences, second I met kim in 7th grade we didn’t hit it off at first but after a while we became friends kim was always laughing and had many many friends I am so sorry to here of this as such a young beautiful woman it’s a huge loss god bless and my prayers are with you all to get threw your loss of a daughter, sister , mother , grandmother and friend

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