Kimberly Dawn Anderson

October 6, 1962March 17, 2019

Kimberly Dawn Anderson, age 56, of Greensburg, Indiana passed away on Sunday March 17, 2019. Kim was born October 6, 1962 in Columbus, Indiana to Sondra Spague Graisson and Alvin Eugene Garrison. Kim is survived by her husband, David Lee Anderson; daughter, Tamara (Donald) Lockherd; mother, Sondra Graisson; brother, Todd (Shannon) Garrison; grandchildren, Samantha Burton and Aaron Burton; and Great Grandchildren, Aiden and Jayce. She was preceded in death by her; father, Alvin Eugene Garrison and brother, Brian Garrison. A visitation will be held for family and friends at the Gilliland-Howe Funeral Home Friday, March 22, 2019 from 2:00 pm until 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Kimberly's memory may be made to the Family in care of the Funeral Home. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Anderson family.


  • Sondra Graisson, Mother
  • Alvin Eugene Garrison, Father
  • David Lee Anderson, Husband
  • Tamara (Donald) Lockherd, Daughter
  • Samantha Burton, Grandchild
  • Aaron Burton, Grandchild
  • Todd (Shannon) Garrison, Brother
  • Brian Garrison, Brother

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  • Visitation Friday, March 22, 2019

Kimberly Dawn Anderson

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Kathy Sprague

March 26, 2019

So sorry to hear of my cousins passing.....many thoughts and many prayers to her loved ones!

Saundra Grissom

March 21, 2019

David and Lorie
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers.
They are greatly appreciated.

David & Lorie Garrison

March 20, 2019

Sonie, we are so sorry for your loss.Remembering Kim as a very little girl growing up with Gwyn and David. You are in our prayers.

Saundra Grissom

March 20, 2019

Dear Kim,
In life I loved you dearly
In death I love you still.
There's a place in my heart
That only you could fill

There was never a dull a moment in our home from the day Kim came into this world. She was a handful from the day she learned to walk.
One day Kim's older brother, Brian, came home from school to show us how he was learning to read. At the tender age of four Kim said, "I'm the only one in this whole family that doesn't know how to read!" She picked up a book came over, sat down beside me, handed me the book and said, "Now teach me to read."
Another day I had cleaned her all up, combed her hair and put a new dress on her. She went outside then immediately came back in and said, "That bird out there whistled at me."

Vickie Martinez

March 19, 2019

David and Tamara there are no words. This is unbearable my heart goes out to you . She was one of a kind my friend for over 40 years. Her laugh her smile and spunk will be missed. Fly high Free Bird

Lisa Sexton

March 19, 2019

Love, hugs and prayers. I can see you fishing now.