Kemberly "Kembo" Sue Abbott
March 16, 1968 – November 5, 2020
Kemberly Sue Abbott, 52, of Aurora, Colorado, passed away on November 5, 2020. She was born on March 16, 1968, Loving daughter to Walter A. and Sallie A. Abbott.
Kemberly was a beautiful person who loved her family and friends dearly. She was also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Kemberly will be greatly missed by her parents, Walter and Sallie Abbott of Fort Collins; sister, Kearston (Jay) Cain of Windsor; and brothers, Travis (Monica) of Parker, and Tyler of Fort Collins.
A Celebration of Kemberly's Life will be held on Friday, November 20, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. at Resthaven Funeral Home, 8426 S. Highway 287; Fort Collins, Colorado 80525.
- Tyler Abbott, Pallbearer
- Travis Abbott, Pallbearer
- Luca Abbott, Pallbearer
- McCaslin Cain, Pallbearer
- Donovan Martinez-Dockery, Pallbearer
- Don Leflet, Pallbearer
Kemberly "Kembo" Sue Abbott
November 21, 2020
Will always remember her smile, laugh and love. A beautiful person inside and out. We have been blessed to have known her for the past forty plus years. She will be in our hearts forever. Love to all of the Abbott family.
November 20, 2020
I enjoyed the good times we spent together in Denver during my visits to see my sister. She was a loving cat momma, loving daughter, sister, aunt, and an original supporter and friend to JAM Custom Jewelry Design. Gone too soon, rest in power, until we meet again.
November 19, 2020
Sallie, Walt, and family,
It was heart breaking to hear this news. I send you all my deepest condolences.
Kemberly had such an infectious laugh and fun, positive personality. We spent so many good times together and in thinking about all the memories, I can still hear her voice and laughter like she's sitting right here reliving these memories with me. I remember her little red CRX that we would drive all over Denver, Fort Collins, and Central City. We always had so much fun no matter if she was making me go see some metal hair band at the Little Bear in Evergreen or just sitting around scrapbooking. Kemberly always knew just what to say to cheer me up or kick my butt. She was with me the night I met my husband, Dan, and neither of us will ever forget her. She made me a better person and has had a lasting effect on my life.
I'm praying that everyone feeling this loss will find peace and comfort (and laughter) in memories of the good times we all shared with this beautiful soul.
Kemberly, until we meet again...
November 9, 2020
To be in Kemberly's presence was to be in the presence of pure love and joy. She was the kindest soul and she made everyone feel like someone. No matter what was going on, she was positive and caring. A true friend. She brought us so much happiness.
I have so many wonderful memories of Kemberly, it's hard to choose just one to share. My favorite I suppose is when we almost got kicked out of the Olive Garden. Her laugh, as we all know, was both hilarious and contagious. We would joke around and laugh so hard that we would start giggle-snorting. Then the giggle-snorting led to more giggle-snorting, and louder and louder laughter. Quite a raucous!
I love you all. You're my family too. So much love to everyone.